Mattel’s DCSC Larfleeze
April 15, 2013

This guardian of greed won’t lend you a hand… in fact, he’ll take yours right off if you have something he wants! (Orange you glad you’re not his enemy?) Larfleeze calls on an army of construct allies to defeat anyone honing in on what’s his. Although this fully articulated figure arrives with his power battery with handle, there’s no need for one because he grips it tightly in his greedy little hands!

The April DC subscription figures brings up the leader… and primary member of the Orange Lantern Corps – Larfleeze.   Previously we only had the orange lantern corps version of Lex Luthor.

There has been some speculation among collectors that Larfleeze was actually a figure planned for one of retail waves of DCUC, and once that line left retail he was re-purposed for the sub.  At one point he was scheduled to be in the “DC All Stars” retail line, before it was also cancelled.

Larfleeze comes with his orange lantern battery, which, unlike the orange Luthor battery, has a handle on it.

Larfleeze uses the newer lanky buck body with a new head, shoulders, fore arms and hands.  He has the double elbow articulation, but not the double knees.   He is however, missing the bicep swivel, most likely because of the sculpt of the new shoulders.

Larfleeze is the April Club Infinite Earths DC Signature Collection figure.  He will be available for sale on on April 15th, 2013.

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Daniel Pickett
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