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If watching “Arrow” and “The Flash” this fall won’t be enough for you, DC Entertainment still has you covered. DC Collectibles is releasing four “Arrow” action figures plus a “Flash” action figure of Barry Allen.

All five of the dolls will be available at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con starting on Thursday, July 24. Along with Batman-themed figures, these “Arrow” and “Flash” toys will even get their own panel on that same Thursday at 10 a.m.

What figures make up the set?

First of all, there are two versions of Oliver Queen as the Arrow. In one, Oliver is half-naked and rather muscular. He also has a severed Deathstroke head. The other figure is more of a standard Arrow look, featuring the full costume and hood.

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arrow oliver queen action figure dc 'Arrow,' 'The Flash' action figures: Oliver Queen, Canary, Deathstroke and Barry AllenSara Lance, the Canary, also gets a doll. This one is particularly impressive for capturing the look of actress Caity Lotz.

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arrow deathstroke action figure dc 'Arrow,' 'The Flash' action figures: Oliver Queen, Canary, Deathstroke and Barry AllenMoving to “The Flash,” there is only one action figure so far: Barry Allen in his Flash costume and ready to run. Like the Canary figure, this one bears a striking resemblance to actor Grant Gustin.

the flash barry allen action figure grant gustin dc 'Arrow,' 'The Flash' action figures: Oliver Queen, Canary, Deathstroke and Barry AllenThe action figures will be available after their debut either at the DC Entertainment Comic-Con booth or online.

“The Flash” premieres Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW, while “Arrow” Season 3 follows on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.