These Disney Supersize Figures Are an Animation Fan’s Dream Plan Staunch | NYCC 2022

These Disney Supersize Figures Are an Animation Fan’s Dream Plan Staunch | NYCC 2022

Super7 brings some serious Disney collectible mojo to NYCC.

Jesse Schedeen


Oct 8, 2022 4: 20 am


Oct 8, 2022 4: 18 am

There’s by no methodology any shortage of chilly Megastar Wars, Surprise and DC collectibles on veil at comedian e book conventions, but some firms stand out by venturing quite off the beaten path. That’s without a doubt the case with Super7, whose NYCC booth is a admire trove of figures from franchises treasure Disney animation, Transformers and Mighty Morphin Vitality Rangers.

Verify out the slideshow gallery below for a more in-depth procure a look at Super7’s NYCC booth:

NYCC 2022 Gallery: Super7’s Disney, Transformers and Vitality Rangers Figures

Super7’s Disney Supersize line is successfully the highlight of their booth this year. The company has already impressed with its Disney Ultimates line, which specializes in highly posable 6-bolt figures pulled from Disney’s many intelligent properties. But because the title suggests, the Supersize line bumps up the scale considerably with 20-bolt vinyl figures and real cloth outfits. They’re no longer cheap at around $300 every, but they’re without a doubt assertion pieces for the hardcore Disney fan.

Speaking of Disney Ultimates, Super7 did bring unpainted prototypes of the upcoming Sequence 4 wave, which specializes in The Nightmare Sooner than Christmas characters treasure Jack Skellington, Sally and Oogie Boogie.

Super7 has a moderately eclectic differ of figures on veil, with some very spectacular Vitality Rangers and Transformers figures and diverse novel additions to the ever-in vogue ReAction series of pretend-retro figures.

Make certain to forestall tuned to IGN’s NYCC hub net page for the total gigantic bulletins and collectibles from this year’s convention.

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