Hot Toys | First Look At Wonder Woman (Wonder Woman 1984)

Hot Toys unveils a new Wonder Woman figure from the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 movie!

Hot Toys had unveiled Wonder Woman in her golden armor not long ago, now they have unveiled our first look at a brand new Wonder Woman in her classic armor! For the first time, we are getting a hair sculpt for this character rather than the fake hair, this will definitely please some collectors! You can get the special bonus edition that features a spinning Lasso of Truth or simply the basic edition!

“The world needs you.” – Steve Trevor The empowering DC super hero, Wonder Woman, is back in her newest movie, Wonder Woman 1984. Facing off against the all-new formidable foes whose ruthless ambitions threaten to destroy the world, fans’ beloved heroine must again draw on her incredible strength, courage and wisdom to save the world from greater evil. With high anticipation of the movie from fans worldwide, Hot Toys is very excited to present the new 1/6th scale Wonder Woman collectible figure capturing the warrior princess down to finest details. Beautifully crafted based on the appearance of Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/ Wonder Woman in the movie, the 1/6th scale figure features a newly developed head sculpt with astonishing likeness and long curly dark brown hair sculpture, Wonder Woman’s signature tiara, a specialized body tailored with enhanced articulation on shoulders, Wonder Woman’s iconic blue and red battle suit, a pair of Wonder Woman’s signature “Bracelets of Submissions”, her “Lasso of Truth”, sparkling effect accessories in different sizes, and a figure stand. Furthermore, a Special Edition available in selected markets will include as additional Lassoing in Motion as bonus item exclusively for collectors. Reserve the Wonder Woman figure today. It’s a chance to gear up with the world’s greatest warrior!

FIRST LOOK

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A first estimated release for this figure is 2021. If there are no more delays, we’ll be able to see Wonder Woman 1984 in September or October depending on where you live!

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Thomas Storai is the Collectables Editor for The Future of the Force. He is passionate about Star Wars, Marvel, DC, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and a wide variety of movies. Follow him on Twitter @ThomasStorai where he uses the force frequently!

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