DC Multiverse Aquaman, Mera, Black Manta, and Orm Figures Review (Mattel)

DC Multiverse Aquaman, Mera, Black Manta, and Orm Figures
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What It Is

The Aquaman Multiverse Collectors figures from Mattel have arrived. Designed for ages 3 and up, these detailed figures are highly poseable with 23 points of articulation. These are more for collectors than play line figures. The series consists of 4 figures. There's the half mortal half Altantean Arthur Curry, otherwise known as Aquaman. Dressed in his well known gold and green attire, he comes with his trident. This true King of the Sea is ready to stand against his younger half brother ORM, the self declared King Of The Ocean. He is dressed and helmeted in purple and silver armor with silver cape. He also comes witha trident. There's Mera, the Princess of the undersea kingdom of Xebel, she comes with a spear and an additional set of hands with water manipulation look. Finally there's the menacing Black Manta, the villainous Treasure Hunting Pirate David Kane. He comes with a sword. The 5th member to this collection is the BUILD A FIGURE Trench Warrior. All 4 figures in the series each come with a part to a deadly sea creature, when all four are purchased and opened, The Trench Warrior can be assembled. Each is sold separately.

Is It Fun?
These figures are more for posing and display rather than play. Though recommended for ages 3 and up, these figures are more for older collectors of DC Multiverse figures to add to their collections. 
Who It’s For

Though they are recommended for ages 3 and up, we recommend buying the play line figures for younger fans instead. These figures are from Mattel's higher end collectors line of Superheroes and are better for display and posing rather than action. Fans of Aquaman and DC Comics characters will be on the hunt for these figures.

What To Be Aware Of

These figures are from Mattel's higher end collector's line of Superheros. Though they are recommended for ages 3 and up, we recommend buying the play line figures for younger fans instead. The sculpt and paint jobs are fine, but we wish they were more on point. Some figures have trouble standing on their own, and the Black Manta cannot hold his accessory because his hand is too small. All 4 figures in the series each come with a part of a special Build A Figure, The Trench Warrior. Each is sold separately.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy