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DCC Batman: Arkham City wave 4 pre-orders on the loose

11:15 PM on 11.13.2012


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Starting to wonder who's even left for DCC to do besides Hugo Strange. Calendar Man, maybe?

DC Collectibles' fourth wave of their articulate Batman: Arkham City line is now up for pre-order. The wave features another Batman, Nightwing, Talia al Ghul (Batman's occasional love interest/baby mama), and the previously discussed Deadshot.

While we may have seen a lot of similar-looking Batman and Nightwing figures over the years, Talia is a bit rarer and this Deadshot is (thankfully) one of a kind. This also very well may be the only chance to pick up Deadshot and Talia in their Arkham City duds as it's doubtful either will appear in Mattel's Batman Legacy/Unlimited line. And, rather unfortunately, it's not even that good of a Talia. Oh well, I guess something is better than nothing... which is exactly what Hugo Strange has seen so far.

Oh well, with the shrinking roster of Arkham City characters to draw from, DC Collectibles will have to eventually include Hugo Strange. Hopefully before they end the line. As with previous regular entries, these figures have a US$24 list price (but can generally be found for US$20~22 individually) and are slated for a March release.

[ Pre-order the set | Batman | Nightwing | Talia | Deadshot from Big Bad Toy Store ]


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