Height: 6 1/4 inches
Articulation: Hinged ankles, hinged knees, swivel thighs, H-hinged hips, swivel waist, mid-torso hinge, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, swivel/ hinge elbows, swivel wrists, and a ball-jointed head.
Accessories: Two interchangeable portraits (masked and unmasked), pistol, and Killer Croc's right arm.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* Mattel's DC Comics Multiverse line hasn't been as well articulated as other similar lines like Marvel Legends, Star Wars: The Black Series, or even Mattel's own WWE Elite Series, but they are nice, durable figures that feel like they can handle plenty of play and posing. Deadshot feels sturdy and, despite some limited articulation in the hips, can take some cool poses.
* I love the look of Deadshot's armor in the film. My desktop wallpaper has been the Suicide Squad cast lineup for a month or so now and I really think that this film has some fantastic costume design. Mattel captured Deadshot's body armor really well as these actually feel like pieces of modular armor over a standard athletic shirt of some sort.
* Like Batman, Deadshot also comes with a second portrait that is easily swappable. If you want to cover Floyd's face you can slap this alternate hooded head on him with the cool aiming reticle over his left eye. This is a very cool headsculpt and it looks awesome. I love the texture on it and I'm really excited to see this in the film.
* Deadshot also comes with a piece to the Killer Croc
* Floyd Lawton's wrist guns are a vital part of the character's look and I'm glad they're part of the Suicide Squad costume and included on the action figure. The problem here, though, is that they're really very flat and close to the wrist. If you're trying to pose Deadshot using these you're going to run into the problem of the barrels not being high enough. They either needed to be higher (good solution) or Mattel needs to implement swivel/hinge wrists onto their DC Multiverse figures (best solution).
* Considering that these are 6 inch figures, their is just no justification for having non-removable (and non painted!) weapons in holsters. Deadshot has two small pistols (look like Glocks) in a holster on his back and a small knife on his left boot but they're extra pieces added on and not removable. Why!?!? These would have been just too cool as little extras!
* While it's cool that Deadshot comes with this customized Glock 17, why in the world did Mattel not give him his custom AR-15? That would have been an awesome inclusion. Also, the Glock 17 is kind of odd and rubbery, although I do like the paintjob. The lack of Floyd's rifle just kills it for me, though. That should have been a primary accessory.
I've reviewed a couple of other Deadshot figures on the site: Deadshot from Arkham City and the New 52 Suicide Squad Deadshot.
I've also reviewed the following other DC Comics Multiverse figures:
DC Comics Multiverse (6 inches) by Mattel (2016)
Batman from Zero Year
Earth 23 Superman
The Joker from Batman: Endgame
Reverse Flash (The Flash TV Series)
DC Comics Multiverse: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Mattel (2016)
Son of Batman
DC Comics Multiverse: Batman v. Superman by Mattel (2016)
Batman's Grapnel Blaster (Collect & Connect accessory)
DC Comics Multiverse: Suicide Squad by Mattel (2016)
Harley Quinn (12 inch)
The Joker (Toys R Us Exclusive)