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 I just want Dick Grayson and Jason Todd to be sitting down and eating (like at Batburger or shit) and Dick starts talking like “Oh yeah, me and the Titans bla bla…” and Jason just nods along because goddamn, not another Nightwing toy until Dick says “And then Roy kind of…” and then Jason goes all “Roy? Roy Harper? Is that little shit with you!? why dO YOU HAVE MY LITTLE SHIT!? GIVE ME MY LITTLE SHIT BACK, GRAYSON OR I SWEAR TO FUCK!!”

Latest DC Toys Bring Out the (Super) Girl Power (Exclusive)

There’s no doubt that male superheroes like Batman and Superman have long dominated DC’s cinematic universe, but with Wonder Woman heading to theaters this year and DC’s hugely popular multimedia initiative Super Hero Girls taking off over the past year, the ladies are catching up. While this year’s New York Toy Fair, taking place this weekend at Manhattan’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, will feature plenty of Bat-toys, there will also be loads of Wonder Women, Harley Quinns, and Supergirls on display. Click through to see Yahoo Movies’s exclusive sneak peek of the latest DC offerings from toy-maker Jakks Pacific.

DC Toddler Dolls

Get Batgirl, Supergirl, or Wonder Woman in adorable doll form. Available in fall 2017; $19.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Wonder Woman Action Pose Doll

Each figure in the Action Pose line of DC Super Hero Girls stands 18-inches tall and has 12 points of articulation. Available exclusively at Toys “R” Us this fall; $34.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Supergirl Action Pose Doll

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Batgirl Action Pose Doll

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Bumblebee Action Pose Doll

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Wonder Woman Action Purse

The handle detaches into a bow that shoots the included arrows. Available this fall; $14.99. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Wonder Woman Costume

The Everyday Dress-Up Assortment includes character-appropriate accessories for each of the DC Super Hero Girls. Available this fall for ages 4-6; $19.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Harley Quinn Costume

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Supergirl Costume

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Batgirl Costume

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Poison Ivy Costume

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Bumblee Costume

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Harley Quinn Cape

In addition to the costumes, there will also be a series of capes for your crusading. Available in fall for ages 4-6; $9.99 each. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Katana Cape

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Supergirl Cape

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Poison Ivy Cape

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Bumblebee Cape

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Face Appliques

Includes 6 sheets of tattoos, masks and dauber. Available this fall; $9.99. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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Super Action Tattoos

Comes with 6 metallic tattoo sheets and a dauber. Available this fall; $9.99. (Courtesy of Jakks Pacific)

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DC Comics has an impressive stable of superheroes, though they’ve often struggled in their efforts to capitalize on these heroes outside of comic books. One example of this involved toymaker Kenner’s efforts to release a line of “Anti-Heroes,” which featured gritty, post-apocalyptic versions of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Robin. We weren’t sure if DC was going for “the end of the world” or “1980s Dusseldorf sex club.”

But the weirdness didn’t stop there. Kenner also developed cyborg versions of said superheroes, including a Batman wearing a halter-top bikini, for some reason. The designs ultimately never made it out of the conceptual stage, though don’t be surprised if some turn up in your dreams tonight.

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