It only took about 40 years for us to get a Kenner-styled Invisible Jet finally! McFarlane Toys continues to mine nostalgia from kids from the 1980s with the relaunched Super Powers toy line.
Why Wonder Woman’s iconic yet transparent vehicle was not part of the original run is a mystery. Then again, Kenner did give Superman a jogger for some reason… Regardless, the Invisible Jet is here and can fit McFarlane Toys’ new Super Powers figures as well as the original heroes (who are slightly shorter).
Wonder Woman’s camouflaged sky vehicle is set to arrive this summer. Entertainment Earth has it slated for July, and you’ll probably be able to find it in Walmart around that time, too.
Although the main gimmick is that the jet is see-thru, there is another play mechanic. The belly of the plan houses a capture claw attached to the jet via a yellow lasso. Does a working canopy count as a play feature?
Unfortunately, the capture claw ruins the transparent effect since not all of the components are made out of clear plastic. Oh well.
If you couldn’t find the Wonder Woman figure in the previous wave, she’s being re-released in her classic ’80s color scheme in Super Powers Wave 4. She’s $9.99 and will also be arriving in July via Entertainment Earth.
The rest of Wave 4 is made up of classic-colored Batman, Aquaman, and Robin. McFarlane Toys is also releasing another throwback vehicle to accompany the Invisible Jet. The Batmobile has been redesigned. It now incorporates parts of the classic Filmation and George Barris cars with more modern stylings.
What do you think of the relaunched line of toys? Which figures should be added in the upcoming waves? Let us know below.[Source: Entertainment Earth]
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