Countdown for DC Club Infinite Earths – DOOMSDAY! (Bound)
August 20, 2013

As we count down the final few hours of the 2014 Mattel subscription window we will take a closer look at the announced figures for the first quarter of the 2013 DC Club Infinite Earths sub.  You can order a 2014 sub with both monthly and quarterly shipping here at

Doomsday Bound is the tier 1 over-sized subscription figure for the 2014 sub.   This version of Doomsday is of his first appearance containment suit from when he first came out of the vault.  This will be the first time we have gotten this version of Doomsday as an action figure.

The figure is based on the Kilowog oversized figure buck body.   Doomsday grew in size with each punch in the story line so if we get the tier 2 version he will be even bigger.

The harness on this Doomsday figure uses the same tech/idea as is used with many of the MOTUC figures with the buck body and the softer plastic  details clip over the torso.  Doomsday’s already got his right side freed from the constraints… it’s up to us fans tonight to see if he busts all the way out!




It’s looking a little bleak that we will see tier 2 at this point, but it would be amazing to get a full scale Doomsday for the line.  The original Doomsday was released in 2006 in the Superman line.   He is only slightly taller than the Superman figure.  This figure is over double the size of the Superman figure.


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