Praise Hera, Mattel's Wonder Woman Dolls Are GloriousJames Whitbrook2/13/17 1:44pmFiled to: ToysWonder WomanMattelToy FairToy Fair 2017DC11022EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Imagine if the Barbie’s Dream Job dolls included Barbie’s dream of being an Amazon Warrior, and you’ve pretty much got Mattel’s new line of dolls for the Wonder Woman movie. They’re majestic. Advertisement The company unveiled its first set of Wonder Woman toys ahead of next weekend’s New York Toy Fair to Entertainment Weekly, and it mainly covers the line of articulated dolls that the company will be releasing to accompany the movie at surprisingly reasonable prices. A mere $20 can get you Diana in either her training gear or her Wonder Woman get-up, see here: While $15 gets you a version of the Wonder Woman outfit minus the sword and shield, or the blue dress she’s seen wearing in the trailers (plus sword, sheathed in the back, as the season’s ultimate party accessory): There’s also a two-pack of Diana and an impressively handsome Steve Trevor doll, who’s so immaculately groomed (those eyebrows!) he could give a Ken doll a run for its plastic money. And then there’s either Diana or Queen Hippolyta atop some really sweet horses: They all look downright fabulous. And if dolls aren’t your style? Mattel is also doing toy versions of Diana’s sword, bow, and her tiara and bracers for kids who want to get in on the action themselves. Advertisement All these Wonder Woman toys above are expected to hit shelves in spring, ahead of the movie’s debut. Head on over to EW to see the rest of the line/Recommended StoriesWonder Woman's Invisible Jet Might Be the Least Fulfilling Comic-Con ExclusiveArtist Turns $20 Wonder Woman Toy Into a Spectacular Miniaturized Gal GadotWonder Woman Finally Gets Her Own Awesome Hot Toys FigureJames Whitbrookjames.email@example.com@JWhitbrookJames is a staff writer for io9. He reads comics so you don't have to—but sometimes you should anyway!