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DC Collectibles

DC Cover Girls for 2018

Harley Quinn's many faces

DC Essentials action figures

DC Comics Bombshells

Batgirl and her ride

Black and White

Jokermobile

DC Rebirth Harley Quinn

Superior Iron Man

Wonder Woman Pop vinyl figure

Big-headed Megazord

Star Trek Geeki Tikis

Harley Quinn Red and Black vinyl

The Iron Giant

Deadpool the Duck

Lady Deadpool

Supergirl and Martian Manhunter Lego BrickHeadz

Lockjaw!

Superman the puppy?

The Mighty Thor

Deadpool rides!

'Game of Thrones'

Civil War!

Vixen

Justice League Monolith

Yondu

Let Groot grow!

The Guardians of the Galaxy

Ultimate Spider-Man Mashem

Groot is ready for tunes

Spider-Man and Venom!

Cute baby Groot

Ghost direwolf

Deadpool statue

The Justice League and their foes were assembled in statue form at a DC Collectibles event Wednesday at San Diego Comic-Con 2017.

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From left to right: Supergirl, Batgirl and Harley Quinn from the DC Cover Girls line on display at DC Collectibles' event at San Diego Comic-Con. Supergirl and Harley Quinn are coming in March 2018, while Batgirl will follow in August 2018.

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A Harley Quinn figure with swappable faces on display at DC Collectibles.

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Hal Jordan (Green Lantern), Nightwing and Deathstroke are coming soon to the DC Essentials action figure line. Availability and pricing haven't yet been announced.

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Black Canary and Zatana are joining the DC Comics Bombshells line, which gives the characters a 1940s look. Both figures are coming in June 2018 for about $28 (roughly £20 or AU$35).

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Batgirl is coming to the Gotham City Garages statue line, rocking a sweet motorcycle to match.

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These Black and White statues are coming from DC Collectibles throughout 2018.

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The Jokermobile on display at DC Collectibles puts a smile on a villainous vehicle.

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This limited-edition DC Rebirth edition of Harley Quinn holding a boom box is exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con, with just 2,500 figures available for $50, which roughly converts to £40 or AU$60.

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This Superior Iron Man figure is on sale at ThinkGeek's Comic-Con booth for $45. That's about £35 or AU$55.

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Get this Pop vinyl Wonder Woman figure for $10 at ThinkGeek. The price converts to roughly £10 or AU$15.

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The Pop vinyl figure of the Megazord from "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" costs $20 from ThinkGeek (roughly £15 or AU$25).

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These Star Trek Geeki Tiki cups are leaving the Enterprise and boarding ThinkGeek's shelves in an $80 set. The price converts to about £60 or AU$100.

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This Harley Quinn Red and Black vinyl figure is at ThinkGeek for $30 (roughly £20 or AU$40).

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The title figure from 1999's "The Iron Giant" is a Comic-Con exclusive from ThinkGeek that costs $10. That's about £10 or AU$15.

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Ready for a deep cut? Lego is giving away Deadpool the Duck figures at San Diego Comic-Con through a raffle. While the chances of grabbing one are slim, we at least can see what a bounty-hunting duck would look like.

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In speaking of Deadpool characters, Sideshow Collectibles is showing off Lady Deadpool. Pricing hasn't yet been determined.

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Supergirl and Martian Manhunter Lego BrickHeadz figures are exclusive to Lego's SDCC booth. You'll pay $40 for the pair -- roughly £30 or AU$50.

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Marvel unveiled a giant Lockjaw plush figure at San Diego Comic-Con. It may not be on sale, but it brings a sense of scale to the Inhumans' canine companion.

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Factory Entertainment's Pawzplay line currently features DC superheroes as adorable dogs. These pups are coming in late 2017 to early 2018 and will cost $15. That's about £10 or AU$20.

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This statue of Jane Foster as Thor from Sideshow Collectibles costs $500 (roughly £385 and AU$630).

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Look out! Deadpool's on a motorcycle in this Factory Entertainment prototype figure planned for 2018.

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The Dark Arts Deluxe toy line will be releasing new figures based on HBO's "Game of Thrones." While the figures themselves aren't ready yet, the company showed off these prototypes, which include new versions of Daenerys, Jon Snow (as seen during the Battle of the Bastards) and Melisandre.

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Captain America and Iron Man's "Civil War" battle is the focus of this Factory Entertainment statue, coming in late 2017 for $350 (roughly £270 or AU$440).

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Vixen from "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" is appearing in Lego form at SDCC. They'll be giving this exclusive figure away in a raffle.

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The Justice League Monolith statue is coming in early 2018, so you can proudly display the team in your home for $500. That's roughly £385 or AU$630.

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Loving Yondu after "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"? Sideshow Collectibles has a beautiful statue of the guy, but pricing hasn't yet been announced.

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A little Groot might literally help grass grow with this Grow and Glow Groot from Uncle Milton. It includes the figure, pot and grass seeds. This mini Marvel garden costs $15 at SDCC and otherwise sells for $20 (roughly £15 or AU$25).

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Sideshow Collectibles is working on more figures based on the Guardians of the Galaxy. Details are scarce on pricing and availability for most of the team, but Rocket will cost $230 (about £180 or AU$290).

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Ever want to just give Spider-Man a squeeze? This Spider-Man Mashem toy from Uncle Milton does just that. This San Diego Comic-Con exclusive costs $5 -- that's about £4 or AU$6.

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This Groot from Factory Entertainment is a premium motion figure with a cassette he'll want to rock out to. This figure will cost $150, which converts to about £115 or AU$190.

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Spider-Man and Venom are also getting the Lego BrickHeadz treatment as part of an SDCC exclusive. It's $40 for the pair. That's roughly £30 or AU$50.

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An adorable Baby Groot was also on display at Sideshow Collectibles. It's coming sometime in 2018 and pricing hasn't yet been confirmed.

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Ghost the direwolf from "Game of Thrones" is getting a plush toy from Factory Entertainment later this year for $20. That's about £15 or AU$25.

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Sideshow Collectibles' high-end statue of the Merc with a Mouth will cost $700. That converts to roughly £540 or AU$880.

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