Superhero Hype’s Best Entertainment Earth Deals for Pre-Black Friday

Superhero Hype’s Best Entertainment Earth Deals for Pre-Black Friday

It’s time once again to explore this site’s partnership with a retailer more specifically focused on collectibles and superhero items, many of which prove impossible to procure on non-specialty sites. Entertainment Earth serves as home to many figures, statues, exclusives and more, tailored to our specific interests. And not just that — they also have several great deals going on at any given time. In our semi-regular feature, we highlight the best hot new items up for preorder, as well as the best clearance offers. This week, they have quite a few pre-Black Friday deals going


Packed with enough parts to make him either time travelling Steve or Battle of New York Steve, this import Captain America is ready to kick his own ass. It is America’s, after all. He includes multiple hands and heads, as well as shield effects to mimic him throwing it into battle.


From the Timothy Zahn novels, it’s Dark Side Luke, voluntarily fallen to experience the Dark Side before turning back to the light. And with him, the Force-dampening Ysalamiri, favored by Grand Admiral Thrawn. Part of the relatively rare legends wave, this figure doesn’t show up too often, let alone at a discount. Trust your feelings. You know it to be true.


McFarlane Toys‘ first and probably only Dr. Fate figure hails from the Injustice 2 game. Wearing more armor than usual, he’s ready to do battle, and has the advantage of levitation. Don’t mess with this magic man.


For those who open their figures, this deal looks hellishly good. Standing at around 13 inches tall, the translucent fire demon works as a giant alongside Marvel Legends figures. But he can also stand as an equal alongside 12-inch toys. Hold him up to the light and watch the flame details come into focus. Pose him wielding the giant sword, or preparing to grab and punch a foe. Asgard beware.


The would-be bride of Ultron finally gets her own shiny silver figure. With multiple hands she can punch and taunt. Plus the figure comes with that all-important torso for Joe Fixit Hulk.


Kong may have lost to Godzilla, but on his own island, he is King. Packaged here with a couple of prehistoric beasts and a log to smash them with, he can demonstrate his alpha skills. He just never quite prepared for the deviousness of modern humans.


With part two of Masters of the Universe: Revelation ,just dropped, wave 2 of the figures enables fans to reenact key scenes. Spikor and Beast Man saw a lot more action, and Teela’s the main protagonist this time. Stay tuned for a future toy review feature on these guys.


With most of NECA‘s Ultimate figures running over $30 now, this oversized xenomorph’s a steal at less than that. The translucent monster can stand on its hind legs like a large humanoid, or ram on all fours like a rhino. Includes a removable head dome.


Whether fans like her for Jurassic Park or David Lynch movies, Laura Dern doesn’t see much action figure love. So snap up this Dr. Sattler cheap, and customize away! Perfect for posing with sick triceratopses or weird men in suits.


There’s nothing wring with Superman that he can’t fix with his bare hands. Or so Bruce thinks. And with this armored Batsuit, he means to prove it. Frank Miller’s comic battle for the ages inspired Ben Affleck’s armor in Batman v Superman, but The Dark Knight Returns‘ ending was better.

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