Cryptozoic & Warner Bros. Consumer Products Officially Release DC Comics Lil’ Bombshells Vinyl Figs
Friday September 16, 2016
Cryptozoic Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products Officially Release DC Comics Lil’ Bombshells Vinyl Figures
Series 1 Mini Figures Available in Collectible Tins
Cryptozoic Entertainment (cryptozoic.com), leading creator of board games, trading cards, and collectibles, and Warner Bros. Consumer Products on behalf of DC Entertainment, are pleased to announce the Series 1 release of DC Comics Lil’ Bombshells Vinyl Figures.
This is the first series of mini collectible figures based on the popular DC Bombshells franchise, inspired by 1940s pinup art. The Series 1 set includes Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Catwoman, Batwoman, and many more of DC’s iconic leading ladies! Each 2.75” collectible is hand-painted and embellishes its retro style with a cute cartoonish twist.
Retail displays contain 12 figures delivered in an exclusive pop-up box with original art that will stand out on any display counter or shelf. Each figure is a blind grab and comes inside a collectible tin that is great for safe keeping. The figures include iconic accessories and stylistic flourishes for each character, such as Harley’s menacing mallet and Wonder Woman’s magic lasso. With their great finish and design, these mini figures outshine comparable figures in the marketplace.
The full release of the DC Comics Lil’ Bombshells Vinyl Figures from Cryptozoic Entertainment follows their popular pre-release debut at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. The limited quantity of figures available at Cryptozoic’s booth sold out prior to noon on the first full day of the convention. The entire first series of mini figures are available at comic book stores, book stores, Walmart, and Calendar Club, as well as online retailers and various other brick and mortar retailers that carry Cryptozoic products.
- Two rare deco variants (1:72)
- One 2.75” figurine per tin
- Collectible tin packaging
10 unique characters including:
o Wonder Woman
o Harley Quinn
o Poison Ivy
o The Flash
o Black Canary
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