BATMAN V SUPERMAN Toys Revealed; Will Be Available as Comic-Con Exclusives

     July 1, 2015


The toys always have a jump on the movies. Mattel is set to debut a lineup of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice action figures, Batmobiles, and dolls at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and they give us a slightly closer look at the characters, or at least characters in their plastic-form.

USA Today has shared some images of the exclusive toys that Comic-Con attendees will have a chance to buy and then sell for an exorbitant amount on eBay. Mattel will be selling a Batman and Superman action-figure two-pack for $30. Per USA Today, “Each of the 6-inch-tall figures comes with fabric capes, display bases that combine to form the film’s iconic logo, and lights-and-sounds packaging teasing one of the big moments from the upcoming movie.  There will also be a die-cast Hot Wheels of the new Batmobile for $25.


Image via Mattel


Image via Mattel

Fans can also see (but not buy until the spring) a Wonder Woman Barbie; there will also be Barbies for Superman and Batman, but we don’t know if those will be on display at Comic-Con.

What will be on display at the Mattel booth is a life-sized Hot Wheels build of a Batman v Superman “Twin Mill car designed to celebrate the film.” The car looks like if Superman and Batman worked together to design a car only one of them would need.

Check out more images of Mattel’s Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice toys below.  The film opens March 25, 2016, and is expected to have a panel at Comic-Con in Hall H on Saturday, July 11th.


Image via Mattel


Image via Mattel



Image via Mattel

Here’s the official synopsis for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice:

Fearing the actions of a god-like super hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs.  And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.  



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