Just when you thought you had gotten the most out of your World of Warcraft experience, you realized that there was still more for you to enjoy. World of Warcraft may have set new limits on PC entertainment and collectible trading card games, but the fun doesn't end there. Fans will be proud to know that DC Comics takes the hit gaming title to a whole new level with its new line of World of Warcraft action figures.

With a release scheduled for this upcoming fall, these collectible action figures will no doubt make fine additions to any World of Warcraft fanatic's library, so if you're shopping for a gamer's Christmas present, they just might top your list. A total of six models will be released in the first series, and once they hit shelves there is no question that gamers will be longing to pick up one of these collectible figures. However, it may be difficult in obtaining one of these collector’s items due to the fact that they will only be carried by a select number of retailers.
World of Warcraft has been at the top of PC gaming sales since its release in November of 2004. The production of the action figures was undertaken to give fans an opportunity to make a hobby out of a virtual pastime. The first release of figures will include a Blood Elf Rogue, an Orc Shaman, an Undead Warlock, and a Dwarf Warrior. The figures will range between 5-8 inches in size and will be sold through select toy retailers. In addition, a second release is expected that will include two more of the larger figures, a Draenei Paladin and Illidan Stormrage.
DC Unlimited, a branch of DC Comics, is projected to release the first series of action figures in November 2007, just in time for Christmas. While it is not set in stone as to how much the figures will cost when they hit the market, various sites across the web have them available for pre-order at a price of roughly $30 for the first set of four WoW collectible action figures.