This line seems to be bringing up a lot of the old discussions about the line between dolls and action figures (and about gendered toy marketing), which I'm thinking about making a separate post about, since it's such a huge topic. But in the meantime, let's take a look at the action figure version of Bumblebee. I'd actually planned on picking up Batgirl, but they'd actually sold out of every other figure at my local store - although they still had all the dolls, which makes me wonder if the figures are benefiting from more of a crossover market.
The figures are carded rather than boxed, and are displayed on pegs in the store (unlike the action dolls which are boxed and shelved).
|The front of the box.|
|She has to lean forward a bit to stand with the wings on.|
|She might not stand well but she sits nicely.|
|Showing off the braided half of her hair.|
You can also see the honeycomb textured body suit here.
|Between DC Collectibles John Constantine (L) and DC Direct Midnighter (R).|