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Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Christmas Haul 2017: Parademon from DC Comics Multiverse: Justice League by Mattel
Height: 6 1/4 inches
Articulation: Hinged ankles, hinged knees, swivel thighs, H-hinged hips, swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, bicep swivels, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel wrists, swivel lower and upper wings, and a balljointed head.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* Overal, the headsculpt and paintwork on the Parademon isn't terrible. I do wish the sculpt showcased the sharp teeth that these guys have in the DCEU (and open mouthed headsculpt would have been very welcome) but the paintwork on the skin and the clean work on the goggles really does look pretty cool.
* The Parademon has some very large wings. There are two smaller wings and two larger wings with one of each attached to two separate poles on the figures back. The wings pivot freely and do help to add some "oomph" to the figures impressiveness.
* The Parademon is toting a pretty cool rifle. There aren't any paint applications on it but the level of sculpted detail is impressive and the figure holds it well.
* Looking at the figure, you can definitely tell that something is up. Does the color of this figure even match the Parademons we see in the film? I'd suggest that these were based on an early design that was changed after filming but considering that the Parademons showed up in 2016's Batman v. Superman, there's no way that's the case unless Mattel has been sitting on this sculpt for nearly two years.
* The Parademon just looks overly toyish. While the comic (and perhaps even TV) based Multiverse figures seem to be improving, the Justice League line has largely been pretty disappointing. If you showed me a picture of this figure I would think he were from the kid focused 5-6 inch line.
* The articulation on this guy is weak. The head barely even rotates left and right, the shoulders have little to no movement, and everything else just feels solid and clunky.
If you'e looking for more Parademons I have reviewed the Nano Metalfigs Parademon from 5-Pack A.
If you're looking for more DC Comics Multiverse figures, check out the following:
Batgirl (The Batgirl of Burnside)
Batman (Batman: Zero Year)
Batman (DC Rebirth)
Batwing (DC Rebirth)
Damian Wayne Robin (Robin War)
Doctor Psycho (Collect & Connect figure)
Duke Thomas (We Are Robin)
Earth 23 Superman
The Flash: From Page to Screen
Jim Gordon Batman (Batman: Superheavy)
The Joker (Batman: Endgame)
The Reaper (Batman: Year Two)
Rookie (Collect & Connect figure)
Wonder Girl (Teen Titans)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
Armored Batman (The Dark Knight Returns)
Batman & Superman (The Dark Knight Returns)
The Flash & The Atom (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns)
The Joker (The Dark Knight Returns)
Mutant Leader (The Dark Knight Returns)
Robin (The Dark Knight Returns)
Son of Batman
Batman v. Superman
Batman's Grapnel Blaster (Collect & Connect accessory)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Reverse Flash (The Flash TV Series)
Aquaman (Toys R Us Exclusive)
Batman (Wal-Mart Exclusive)
Cyborg (Wal-Mart Exclusive)
Mother Boxes (Collect & Connect Accessory)
Steppenwolf (Collect & Connect Figure)
Harley Quinn (6 inch)
Harley Quinn (12 inch)
Harley Quinn (Gold Dress)
Harley Quinn (Toys R Us Exclusive)
The Joker (Toys R Us Exclusive)
Supergirl TV Series
Diana of Themyscira
Wonder Woman (Toys 'R Us exclusive)