Tonner Doll Company has announced their new Wonder Woman #1 16-inch tall character figure based on the likeness of actress Gal Gadot. The warrior Princess from Themyscira is engineered of injected plastic and vinyl. The totally new body has 15 points of articulation and saran hair. She comes dressed in battle armor consisting of a molded breast plate with a genuine leather battle skirt. Her armbands and gauntlets are made of real metal. Wonder Woman carries her golden lasso in a genuine leather harness. Her boots are made of detailed vinyl and resin. And the figure comes with changeable open hands, fists, and gripping hands. If you pick up the bundle ($310.00), that includes a figure stand as well as a shield and sword set. You can also purchase these separately (stand - $50.00; shield/sword - $50.00; Wonder Woman - $225.00). This is a limited edition of 500 pieces and will begin shipping around December of 2017.
The folks from Action Lab Comics teamed up with Robert Tonner of Phyn & Aero to debut the Doll Face ball-jointed resin doll at San Diego Comic Con. Doll Face (aka Lila) is an all resin ball-jointed doll capturing the Witch Hunter as pictured in the comic. Standing in at 18 inches tall, the doll has 16 points of articulation. As with many BJDs, Doll Face has eyes that can be easily changed out for unique looks (though, the yellow with hearts are pretty amazing). She also sports a wig made of fine acrylic fiber that can be combed and styled. And Doll Face includes her iconic black and white satin baby-doll dress, white knee-high stockings, and Mary-Jane shoes.
The Baby Doll is currently available to pre-order from Phyn & Aero (linked above) for $550.00. It's a limited edition of 100 pieces and expected to begin shipping in November 2017.
Phyn & Aero is a new collaboration between Robert Tonner and Andrew Yang. The first character introduced - Annora Monet (designed by Tonner) - is available to pre-order. The Kadira figure (designed by Yang) will arrive later this year. as well as some other yet un-named characters. All have been created using some new techniques, both in the product development process and in production.
The above pictured resin ball-jointed figure (Annora Monet #1) is available to pre-order for $350.00 (LE of 100 pieces). The Deluxe Basic figure (left below) runs $550.00 and is a limited edition of 75 pieces. And the Strength Of Character ball jointed figure (below right) is a limited edition of 100 pieces is available to pre-order for $475.00.
Tonner Doll Company has announced several new projects that are currently in the works. Among those, there's the Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman doll. That doll should be in production very soon and shipping from China in July or August of 2017. There's Claire and Jamie from Outlander in development. There are also Jazz Jennings (I'm assuming the YouTube personality) and the the classic actress Mary Astor which should hit later this summer. And there will be some surprises in early Fall from Fantastic Beasts, The Wizard of Oz, and Gone with the Wind that should be revealed in summer 2017.
Tonner Doll Company has released a pair of 16-inch tall dressed dolls from their Gotham Garage series. There are the Catwoman (above) and Harley Quinn (below) dolls. They're each done up like "biker chicks", complete with motorcycle helmet, lots of leather, and tattoos. Each figure is a limited edition run of 300 pieces and costs $190.00.
Wilde Imagination has released the newest doll from their Evangeline Ghastly line. The Amelia Whistle-Wickham Ghastly is a limited edition of 225 pieces, retailing for $225.00 each.
And while I could attempt to describe the doll, the folks over at Tonner use all sorts of adjectives that aren't in my lexicon.
Apparitions have never been as fashionable as Evangeline’s ghostly Great-Great Grandmother, Amelia Whistle-Wickham Ghastly. Her dearly departed doppelganger has returned and is on a mission to help her. Her removable wig is a subdued blend of lavender and silver stylishly pulled back with a blue faux floral décor which matches the trim along her waist. Her big grey eyes offset her grey shantung bodice and the crinkle chiffon and sequin lace of her ethereal dress and bodice overlay. Matching satin shoes ensure that she is a true vision to behold! Alabaster skin tone.
Tonner will be at San Diego Comic Con 2014 in Booth #4149. They'll be bringing a pair of 2014 exclusives with them.
The Sheldon Cooper - Special Edition dressed Tonner character figure is a limited edition run of 100 pieces. It features Jim Parsons' portrait sculpt with a Green Lantern t-shirt with red sleeves. It's priced at $169.00.
And the Vintage Wonder Woman dressed Tonner character figure will also be a limited edition run of 100 pieces. This figure features a resin head sculpt and a resin body. It will be available at the show for $475.00.
Any remaining exclusives will be made available on the Tonner site on July 31st 2014.
Tonner Doll Company has revealed details (and photos) of their Amy Farrah Fowler dressed Tonner character figure from The Big Bang Theory license. The 15" tall doll features the sculpted portrait of Mayim Bialik as Amy Farrah Fowler. The limited edition run of 500 pieces will run $149.99 each.
The Amy Farrah Fowler dressed Tonner character figure includes:
• Floral chiffon long sleeve bodysuit
• Green cotton knit bodysuit
• Tan cotton skirt
• Grey and blue stripe cardigan
• Black cotton knit tights
• Brown faux leather shoes
• Brown glasses
• Figure stand
Tonner Doll Company has revealed a full-length photo of their Lady Action Tonner Character Figure. The 16" tall doll features their Tyler 2.0 head sculpt with a blue lycra body suit, black faux leather skirt, tights, black boots, belt, signature hat, serrated sword, gun, and holster. This figure will be a limited edition of 250 pieces.
Also, Tonner introduced their Tonner Exclusive Wonder Woman Outfit. This limited edition of 150 pieces will make the perfect costume change for Lady Action.
It seems like more folks are getting the license to produce Batman figures based on the classic 1966 Batman television series featuring Adam West as the caped crusader. Tonner has announced the Batman 1966 Dressed Tonner Character Figure is now available to pre-order.
The 17" tall figure features their Matt O'Neill body with an Adam West portrait sculpt. It includes molded hair, a grey and black lycra bodysuit with bat symbol, grey lycra pants, blue vinyl gauntlets, blue vinyl cape, blue faux leather boots, gold faux leather belt with a gold embossed buckle, a stand, and of course the Batman mask.
Limited to a run of 500 pieces, you can pre-order one now for