Superman and The Flash from the Justice League film are coming from popular figure maker S.H. Figuarts. Featuring super-articulation and superior sculpting, these will be two figures fans of the film will want to get their hands on.
Bandai S.H.Figuarts Superman From “Justice League”
Next in the dynamic S.H.Figuarts Justice League (the movie had launched Nov 2017) line-up is the iconic caped superhero, Superman! Sculpted in meticulous detail and featuring an unparalleled range of movement (including the articulated cape), Superman’s design is as he appears in the latest movie “JUSTICE LEAGUE”. Also included, is an additional “angered” interchangeable face part, as well as 4 additional hands.
Available for pre-order now!
Releasing July 2018
Bandai Tamashii Nations S.H.Figuarts Flash From “Justice League”
Next in the dynamic S.H.Figuarts Justice League (the movie had launched Nov 2017) line-up is the man who came from DC TV drama series “The Flash”. He is known for his “SUPERHUMAN SPEED” and incredible performance shown in the latest movie “JUSTICE LEAGUE”. This is the first time the character has been created in the S.H.Figuarts line! Included are additional 4 hands.
Available for pre-order now!
Releasing May 2018
Both of these look pretty fantastic. I still hate this version of the Flash costume — that will never change. But I also can appreciate how great a job they did sculpting the figure. While I will probably be skipping the Flash, I will for sure go out of my way to pick up this Superman. I love Henry Cavill as Clark, so any new version is going to peak my interest. This one is so well done that it jumps to the front of my must-buy list though. Neither of the head sculpts are perfect, and I have no idea what they were thinking with that Angry Superman face, but the rest of the figure is what sells me on it. Perfect build without sacrificing articulation. And that cape!
These are up for preorder now. Flash will be shipping in May, with Superman hitting all the way in July.
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