I found the 5-packs but just recently I came into the newest 10-Pack Figure Collector's Set and a few of the series 3 single packed figures. Interestingly enough, folks have just started finding the fourth series of single packs (which includes Batwoman, Bane, and Deadshot!) so it seems like Jada Toys is having a lot of success with this line. Like with most of the multi-packs you will end up with some duplicates but at the lower price of this line (about a dollar or less per figure) it's a bit more manageable to handle duplicates. My daughter like to collect these too, so I give her my duplicates. Let's take a closer at this 10-pack which includes three exclusive figures: Shazam!, Black Adam, and Captain Atom...
Height: 1 5/8ths inches to 1 3/4ths inches
Non-Scalper Price: $10 dollars
If you're trying to pick up one of every figure in the collection you're going to end up with some duplicates. Batman DC39, Batgirl, and Catwoman come packaged in the series 3 5-Pack A while Bizarro is included in series 3 5-Pack B. They're all solid figures but you can check out those reviews for my thoughts on them.
Jada Toys does offer some repaints from time to time but turning the DC22 Flash into the Reverse Flash is a pretty cool idea. The Flash is one of my favorite sculpts in the line and the Reverse Flash takes that dynamic, running pose and gives it the very cool Reverse Flash paintjob. I'm digging it, especially the nifty red and black lighting bolt logo on the chest. Reverse Flash is also offered as a single packed figure in Series 3.
As a Batman fan I'm pretty happy that Jada Toys is putting out a great roster of Gothamites in this line. I'm really excited to see Poison Ivy out so early, particularly in her very cool New 52 outfit. It took me a bit to get used to this look but I really love Poison Ivy's black and green outfit. It's very cool and Jada Toys did a nice job of capturing the various vines and creepers surrounding Ivy. The paintwork seems greatly improved on this series. Poison Ivy is also offered as a single packed figure.
Hawkman is another series 3 figure that is also available single packed. He's based on Hawkman's New 52 look which isn't my favorite look for the character but that doesn't mean that Jada Toys didn't do a terrific job. The metallic paint work looks awesome here on Katar Hol's armor, wings, and axe. Fun Fact: Either the Super Powers Hawkman or the Flash was probably the first DC Comics figure I ever owned!
Now we get to an exclusive for this set: Black Adam! While I love Gotham based figures and the Justice League, I definitely like that Jada Toys is willing to go a bit deeper into the DC Universe than some companies typically get. Black Adam's gold and black color scheme works excellently here and everything is very neat and clean. The lightning bolt on his chest is fantastic for the small scale.
The second exclusive pairs perfectly with Black Adam: Shazam! With the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the power of Zeus, the courage of Achilles, and the speed of Mercury, young Billy Batson is now rocking my Nano Metalfigs collection. The metallic paintwork is excellent here, too, and really adds to the character's aesthetic. That's a pretty solid likeness of Shazam!, too!
Another former Charlton Comics character along with Shazam!, Captain Atom is a great character who also fits perfectly with the die-cast metal makeup of these figures. This is my favorite Captain Atom look and Jada Toys nailed it. The simple outfit looks perfect here and the punching pose makes for a fun display.
I've reviewed so many Batgirl toys that she has her own review gallery. Check out the Batgirl Library for more Batgirl reviews!
I've also reviewed so many Batman figures that he has his own review archive. Check out the Dark Knight Gallery for more Batman reviews!
If you're looking for more Catwoman figures I've also reviewed Mattel's Classic TV Series Catwoman, the Legends of Batman special edition Catwoman, basic Catwoman, and Egyptian Batman & Egyptian Catwoman, the Lil Bombshells Catwoman, the Greg Capullo Catwoman, the Darwyn Cooke Catwoman, the Arkham Knight Catwoman, and the Nano Metalfigs Catwoman DC44 from the series 3 5-Pack A.
If you're looking for more of Dr. Pamela Isley, I've reviewed a few other Poison Ivy
figures on this site including the Lego Arkham Asylum Breakout set which comes with an Ivy minifigure, the DC Super Hero Girls Poison Ivy, the DC Universe Signature Collection Poison Ivy, the DC Collectibles New 52 Poison Ivy, the DC Designer Series Bombshells Poison Ivy, the Lil' Bombshells Poison Ivy, and the Vinyl Sugar Vinyl Vixens Poison Ivy.
I have also reviewed two other Reverse Flash/ Zoom figures before: The CW Reverse Flash from the DC Comics Multiverse line and the Mezco One:12 Collective Zoom.
For more Shazam! I've also reviewed the Mezco One:12 Collective Shazam!
These are the first figures of Bizarro, Black Adam, Captain Atom, and Hawkman I've reviewed on Action Figure Barbecue.
For more DC Nano Metalfigs, check out the following:
10 Pack Figure Collectors Set
Batcave Nano Scene
DC1- Batman (Batman v Superman)
DC2- Desert Batman (Batman v Superman)
DC5- Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad)
DC6- The Joker (Suicide Squad)
DC7- Batman (Batman: The Animated Series)
DC10- Killer Croc
DC11- Green Lantern
DC13- Classic TV Series Batman
DC17- Harley Quinn
DC18- The Joker
DC19- Katana (Suicide Squad)
DC20- Commissioner Gordon
DC22- The Flash
DC32- Tactical Suit Batman (Justice League)
DC34- The Flash (Justice League)
DC38- Wonder Woman
Pack A (Wonder Woman 4, Cyborg 12, the Flash 22, Parademon 24, and Batman 35)
Pack A- Series 3 (Batman 39, Batgirl 42, Catwoman 44, Black Canary 62, The Riddler 63)
Pack B (Superman 3, Supergirl 8, Aquaman 9, Lex Luthor 27, and Batman 36)
Pack B - Series 3 (Braniac 28, Batman 40, Bizarro 41, Darkseid 48, Lobo 64)