Mattel had very few reveals for its DC Universe brands at NYCC. We did see three new figures (in the form of a Huntress prototype, Red Hood, and Captain Marvel Jr/Freddy Freeman) but it mostly just showcased items on the horizon.
The new reveals strike me as odd picks. I can't imagine that there's a ton of demand for Freddy Freeman nor for a classic-looking Red Hood (a Jason Todd Red Hood would likely be another story...). Huntress makes a bit more sense since she's a fairly popular character associated with the Bat-family. At any rate, this line has always seemed to thrive on the unexpected.
Freddy Freeman seems to be using the old teen mold (a la Beast Boy, Kid Flash) rather than the new, taller teen body. If so, it's a weird decision given that I recall the character being a bit on the taller side. Otherwise he seems like a fairly standard figure. The Red Hood is significantly less remarkable since his only new bits are the helmet (presumably non-removable, meaning we can't see Under the Red Hood) and possibly the cape. Otherwise it's a standard recycled mold.
Huntress we apparently weren't allowed to photograph given that she's still in the prototype phase. From what I've seen on other sites, the figure looks in-line with the older female body mold despite featuring a good deal of new sculpting. I imagine that the figure is based on one of her more contemporary designs.
Finally, it's worth checking out the Elasti-Girl in the gallery if you wanted to get an idea of scale. She will be one of the items offered in Matty's October 15th sale.
(And yes, there were Watchmen figures shown off as well but they'll be covered separately)
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