Batman

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Every rose has its thorns
Diamond Select Toys' Femme Fatales line has previously been home to a lot of heroines and villainesses with whom fans may not be familiar. However, that's likely changed with the addition of some women from the DC Animated Un...

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To villainy, gentlemen!
Kotobukiya has announced plans to add villains to its DC Comics ArtFX+ line. To celebrate this fact, the company is currently running a contest on its Facebook page where fans can name a villain they would like to see for the...

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Batwoman

Tweeterhead shines their signal on classic Batwoman statue


See the origins of Huntress, here!
Mar 18
// Oansun
Lost in history thanks to DC's unceremonious reboot in the 1960's, high-end statue maker Tweeterhead revisits the now forgotten member of the Bat-family. While Barbara Gordon's popularity on the television series translated t...
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Questions you may not have known you wanted answers to
I recently spoke with Zach over at Diamond Select Toys to answer some questions that I'm sure many of you have been wondering about since seeing the company's spectacular Toy Fair display. In the process, I also received bett...

Think Pink Batman

Feb 16 // Scarecroodle
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For some reason I thought a pink Batman would be bustier?
The moment you've all been waiting for has arrived: Pre-orders third of Entertainment Earth's exclusive Funko Pop! Rainbow Batman figures. You might know it better as... the Pink Batman! The most ludicrous of the "rainbow" Ba...

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Better and better
Its no secret that DC Collectibles has greatly improved the "action" in its action figures within the past few years, going from relatively basic articulation to some incredible options. Now DC Collectibles may be making anot...

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Feeling animated over more animated series figures
MTV News has stolen a sneak peek at DC Collectibles upcoming Batman: The Animated Series collectibles, including a look at character sheets which feature the accessories. It's kind of a big deal. The reveals include a 24-inch...

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NECA

NECA Batman Returns Penguin up for pre-order


He's a looker
Feb 04
// Rachael Chambers
The Penguin is pretty gross, ya'll. He's slightly more appealing in 1/4 scale, but NECA has put enough detail into the 15" figure to make me keep my distance. In the likeness of Danny DeVito's 1992 Batman Returns performance,...
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But first we might see a bunch of other colors?
We recently discussed the possibility of DC Collectibles releasing a "Rainbow" Batman action figure set and now, apparently not to be outdone, Funko will be releasing a Pop! yellow Rainbow Batman. The figure is the first in a...

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Pretty in pink?
DC Collectibles recently ran a poll which attracted a little buzz since it teased that a "Rainbow Batman Figure Set" could be released. The poll itself consists of several previously shown unproduced figures and asks fans whi...

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Custom Munny maker takes the women of Batman to adorable levels


The streets of Gotham just got cute!
Jan 24
// Soul Tsukino
Illustrator and vinyl customizer Shaun Nakasome has added to his work of custom crafted Munnys and Mighty Muggs figures with his new works for Batgirl, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn. These adorable little cherubs are 4" t...
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'I'm a woman and here's my bat, hence Batwoman'
Like a bad cartoon pun, DC Collectibles' upcoming DC Comics Bombshells Batwoman re-envisions Kathy Kane as either a baseball player or a bat-wielding vigilante. The figure was recently featured as part of a Bombshells promoti...

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Also more Catwoman collectibles because, well, Catwoman
DC Collectibles has released its latest batch of solicits and headlining the selection is none other than a B:TAS Roxy Rocket. Batman: The Animated Series and DC Animated Universe fans will recall that Roxy Rocket was a chara...

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Or shout, shriek, etc
DC Collectibles has officially unveiled the latest entry in its latest Batman: The Animated Series line: Scarecrow! Based on his scarier appearance in the 1997 The New Batman Adventures cartoon (the in-continuity follow-up to...

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Batman

'70s Batman standing watch upon your wall, courtesy of Pop Culture Shock!


He's hanging out, waiting for fish with Joker faces.
Jan 14
// Oansun
Pop Culture Shock toys presents another unique looking statue for the static toy collector. This is their web-exclusive Batman Bronze Age wall statue (1:7 scale). So yes, you can hang this puppy on your wall if you were worri...
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Batman

Batman Keychain strikes fear into Joker goons everywhere!


Now you can rush out to get more Diet Coke... in style.
Jan 08
// Oansun
Own a piece of Batman film history, with a steel-alloy representation of the 1989 Batmobile from Tim Burton's hit Batman. This is one of the most suped-up of all Batman's rides, loaded with enough explosives to take out as ma...

Tomopop Review: ArtFX+ Arkham City Batman

Jan 05 // Kristina Pino
Figure Name: ArtFX+ Arkham City BatmanFigure Maker: KotobukiyaRetail: ¥5,500Sponsored by: HobbyLink Japan This statue came in a standard windowed box, well-packaged and all that, and in the style of the boxes from the Arkham games. I didn't take pictures of it, but I did use the background/insert that came with the figure for the backdrop of my own photographs. I was really worried about finding a good spot to photograph ol' Bats because of my temporary lack of lighting equipment and not particularly Bat-like surroundings, and I'm rather pleased with the result I got here. Alright, let's get this started. Batman is perched over some stone steps with one of his hands holding a Batarang and the other in a fist. As far as posing goes, this is way better than just straight up standing. He looks animated here, strong, and poised to strike. They didn't go for too much of an action pose, which I appreciate considering you spend a lot of time being stealthy in these games. With his cape posed as though fluttering behind him rather than swaying with his movement to the side, it looks like he's just been waiting for the right moment, which feels just right to me, too. We've got some seams showing at his shoulders on the cape, but it's hidden rather well by the cowl there and lined up to his shoulders for minimum impact. You can see them perfectly well in the photo, but you'd have to really be looking for it, and the figure would have to be less than 2 feet away from you for you to notice it on the shelf. For whatever reason, I usually leave the head shots for the end of my reviews, but I'm putting it up here next because I really like how his face and head sculpting came out and wanted to highlight that right away. The cowl and face have fantastic work done, giving Batman one of his usual serious, yet calm and calculating expressions. Really great detailing, here. Another great bit of detail is at his utility belt, which looks a bit dinged up from all the action he's been getting. The belt isn't a separate piece wrapped around his Bat Spanx, so it doesn't jiggle around or anything. Ok, let's take a step back for a wider look, here. I'm really loving the way the body sculpt and suit came out, just in general. Honestly, I don't have any complaints about this statue; I'm gonna put that out there right now. I have nothing to complain about, because this looks so great, and the suit is even shaded so the muscles stand out more where they bulge. The legs look nice and beefy, like I can just reach out and squish them. Now, here's a look at his weapon hand. The hand is kinda poseable - it swivels around because there's actually an alternate, so it's on a peg. If you want to have him holding the Batarang, you can, but you can also have him holding his grapnel gun. Both look cool, but I've got him shelved with the standard Batarang in-hand because that's just my preference. If you're a Bat fan, especially if you're a fan of the Arkham games, you can't go wrong with this statue. Kotobukiya has delivered a great, high-quality product, and if you can find it, it's totally worth your dough. Check out the gallery for more images which didn't make it into the body of my review, and share your thoughts in the comments below! Thanks to HobbyLink Japan for sponsoring this review.
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Perched up on your shelf: he is the night
Kotobukiya released this 1/10-scale Batman based on his appearance in the very fun Batman: Arkham City game back in late August, so this is by no means a brand-spankin'-new figure. But it's new to me and I want to share my review.

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Batgirl

Batgirl statue a breath of fresh air


Jesse Farrell gets it.
Dec 25
// Rachael Chambers
In a sea of lazy, mass produced figures, artist created toys are always fun to come across. Jesse Farrell, sculptor extraordinaire, contributed this fun piece for HUB Comics 6th Annual Dark Knight on a Dark Night and I'm tota...
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New photos of Bandai's S.H. Figuarts Harley Quinn (Injustice ver.) have appeared, courtesy of a listing on the Tamashii web store. The figure depicts the Joker's fangirl/love interest as she appeared in Injustice: Gods Among...

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DST

Penguin bust, Dragon Age Minimates, AoU Hulk among DST's Summer offerings


A Summer blockbuster of collectibles
Nov 25
// Scarecroodle
Are you ready for Summer?! Forget for one moment that it's not even Christmas and take a peek at what Diamond Select Toys will be releasing in Summer 2015. The selection includes a long-awaited Batman Classic tv series Pengui...
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They certainly were at a retailer near me
Series 4 of DC Collectibles' Scribblenauts Unmasked blind-boxed series is showing up at retail (or, at least, has just started to show at Gamestops). The wave, which has undergone a few changes at this point (unless Swamp thi...

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DC Collectibles' latest batch of solicits features two new Harley Quinns, a John Stewart action figure, the New-52 Poison Ivy, a Sandman chess set, and more, which are due out in July. The attention-grabbers here are probably...

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Even more Harley Quinn?
PopVinyl.net is reporting that Funko has announced a new Vinyl Vixens line, which is set to premier with Batman babes Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman. The line, which apparently draws inspiration from pin-up art, will appear at Hot Topic and other retailers in coming months.

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Crazy cute or just plain crazy?
Funko's Wacky Wobblers line just got a little crazier with the addition of Deadpool and Harley Quinn. The Joker's sidekick/love interest is depicted with her trusty, trademark mallet (accept no baseball bat substitutes) and l...

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NYCC 2014: PCS

NYCC 2014: Pop Culture Shock


Featuring heroes of all shapes and sizes
Oct 14
// Brian Szabelski
It probably won't be much of a surprise that Pop Culture Shock arrived at New York Comic Con with some of their new licensed collectibles. After all, they have a pretty good track record of putting out expensive, but "worth t...
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Why am I giving the Joker second billing?
Square Enix's Variant Play Arts Kai Harley Quinn and Joker are currently available for pre-order. The duo had appeared at a few cons, although the fan reception here wasn't as high as you might expect. It's certainly not a ba...

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NYCC 2014: Kotobukiya

NYCC 2014: Kotobukiya


The perfect accompaniment to Kotobukiya's panel
Oct 11
// Natalie Kipper
After reading all about Kotobukiya's future products in Tian's overview of their panel at this year's New York Comic-Con, I am sure you are chomping at the bit to feast your optical nerves on the company's booth from the...
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NYCC 2014 GSC

NYCC 2014: Good Smile Company Up-close


We get up-close and personal with the GSC display
Oct 11
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Good Smile Company is awesome for getting us right up close with their latest display pieces at New York Comic Con! You can practically smell the fresh paint on the figures! This is as close as you can get without being there...

NYCC 2014: Square Enix

Oct 10 // Scarecroodle
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Get excited.
Spider-Man, Catwoman, and Iron Man will be the newest inductions to Square-Enix's Variant Play Arts Kai line and are some of the most exciting designs to grace the line. If that wasn't enough, fans can look forward to a Final...

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Collector's World

The toy department grows up with Target and Funko's Collector's World


Plus a pair of Target Exclusives
Sep 29
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Target stores nation wide are giving us figure collector's a new reason to hit the toy department. They're teaming up with Funko to make the Collector's World, an end cap in the toy section featuring Funko products of all sha...

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