In 2010 Mattel revived the much loved Superman Batman line
with a new limited series of Public Enemies figures.
These figures were very popular with both the fans and collectors with
queues of people lining up to get hold of the exclusive figures. These figures
were all adapted from the animated movie which was based on the artwork of Ed
McGuinness who illustrated the comic book.
There were two series of these figure released which were better
proportioned and better articulation, with greater posability, than the previously
released DC Direct Animated figure line.
Series 2 included a Brimstone build-a-figure. Each of the figures in
this series came with a part of Brimstone, so you had to collect all four of
the figures to build the complete Brimstone figure. As well as the single-pack
figures there were two 3-pack sets and one 6-pack assortment.
Mattel Man of Steel Superman
Superman: Man of Steel
2013 brought us the event we had all been waiting for, a new Superman
movie, and of course Mattel were there with a dedicated Superman: Man of
Steel line of action figures.
The movie however received only mediocre reviews and despite an initial
positive response at the box office the hype soon fizzled out and many, like
me, were disappointed, yet again, with how badly our hero had been treated.
Luckily for Mattel, because the movie completely filed to connect with a
younger audience, their figure figures were target more towards the adult
collectors market, who had been deprived of and good Superman figures for some
The sculpting, paintwork, facial expressions, articulation and even the
packaging seemed to hit the sweet spot with these figures.
The initial series had two different Superman action figures and six
other characters from the movie. Probably the best of them, much to everyones
surprise, was the Faora figure. With incredible detail, exquisite sculpting and
beautiful paintwork these figure pulsated with hot, aggressive sex appeal.
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