Published on July 24th, 2021 | by gareth0
Diamond Select Reveals New Walmart Collection From Collector Con
If you are a collector; this is a great way to get items without waiting for online orders.
Collector Con Brings New DST Exclusives to Walmart!
Walmart has long been known as a great place to get collectible toys, but now it’s gotten even greater! Walmart has partnered with Diamond Select Toys on four exclusive products, all launching during Walmart’s Collector Con, and all slated for release this fall! Read on for details, then head over to Walmart.com to order yours!
The ‘90s are alive and well with Diamond Select Toys’ animated-style busts! This bust of Peter Parker, Spider-Man, firing a webline with his mask removed, is exclusive to Walmart, and measures approximately 6 inches tall. Limited to only 3200 pieces, it includes a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Barry Bradfield, sculpted by Paul Harding.
It’s Victor Von Doom vs. prehistory in the newest Marvel Comic Gallery Diorama! The Fantastic Four foe stands on top of a pile of dinosaur skulls, his fists glowing as if preparing to take on even more giant reptiles. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Alterton!
The Rocketeer flies onto video with this exclusive 7-inch action figure! Packaged in a replica VHS clamshell case, this figure of the Rocketeer includes a removable jetpack, removable rocket blasts, and interchangeable hands. Featuring 16 points of articulation, it also features an exclusive, vibrant movie-poster paint scheme! Designed by Yuri Timg, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.
The Crow returns in exclusive VHS-style clamshell packaging, with authentic movie artwork on front and back covers. This version reflects his first appearance in the 1994 film, and includes his gravestone, the crow, and a poster for a Halloween night performance of The Hangman’s Joke! The action figure includes 16 points of articulation and a black display stand with the movie’s logo. Designed by Yuri Timg, sculpted by Chris Dahlberg.