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« Reply #1980 on: July 23, 2018, 07:10:10 pm »

By my count, we've got 31 comic accurate figures coming in this line.  At some point.  I did not include the Clayface wave, which is currently shipping, in that number.  I did include the SDCC Aquaman 3-pack which has, as yet, not been made available to the public.  I also included unconfirmed figures like Impulse, the Balent Catwoman, and the Finch Wonder Woman.  You guys looking for "classics" might be a little surprised.  I define "classic" as characters from before Flashpoint (2011).

Vixen:  Rebirth look but she works for classic.

Gotham by Gaslight Batman:  Elseworlds  1991. 

Byrne Bizarro from the late 80's.

Aquaman, Black Manta, and Ocean Master are all SA.

Kingdom Come Superman: 1996

Kyle Rayner is Rebirth but is a definite 90's throwback costume.

Batman Beyond: 1999

Lobo comes with a 90's style head.

Mammoth is a definite pre Flashpoint figure. 

Impulse:  1994

Balent Catwoman:  Clearly Classic. 

Thirteen out of 31.  Not bad classic guys. 
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