New Images Appear for DC Multiverse Lynda Carter Wonder Woman Figure

Hot off the heels of the new DC Multiverse figure wave from this morning, comes new images of the upcoming DC Multiverse Signature Series Lynda Carter Wonder Woman figure. You can check out the new images over at The figure was announced along with the 90’s TV series The Flash, and the Batman Forever Batman figures, but hasn’t been seen since. It wasn’t even on display at Toy Fair this year.

The figure should hit shelves this August, presumably along with the upcoming Batman Returns Penguin figure. You can expect to pay around $25.00 for it. If you missed out on the first two figures in the line, you can try one of our affiliate sites below!

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Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman action figure with full-color printed face and imprinted details, inspired by her appearance in Seasons 2 and 3 of The New Adventures of Wonder Woman television series which aired on CBS from 1977-1979 and the DC Comics Wonder Woman ’77 digital comic series (2015).

Accessories include a red cloth cape imprinted with blue and white stars and stripes, gold plastic lasso, alternate pair of hands, display base, flight stand, full-color scenic background plate and foot pegs.

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