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Batman: The Dark Knight - The Joker with Crime Scene Evidence

by Mattel

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  • Batman: The Dark Knight Movie Masters Action Figure collection from Mattel
  • For Ages 8 & Up
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 6.7 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B0015GCK74
  • Item model number: M5070
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,370 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Baan: The Dark Knight - The Joker with Crime Scene Evidence. With this you can experience the denizens of Gotham city in all their heroic or hideous glory with movie masters figures.These highly detailed figures give you up-close-and-personal look at the freakiest make-up of the Joker and his Gotham city thugs.

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Customer Reviews

This figure is well worth the wait, if you can wait that is.
Justin G. Scott
The Joker w/ crime scene evidence figure is quite a collectible for anyone who loves The Dark Knight, and collects movie memoribillia.
A. Mccurley
I just got lucky and I just love bragging to everyone that I got one.
Warheart

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JC on July 26, 2008
Well the reason some sellers are jacking up the price is because there is a 1st wave version and a 2nd wave version. Now both models look almost identical but have subtle differences. The 1st wave was recalled and is no longer being sold, (thus sellers have raised their prices). This is because the jokers face was frightening children and the company decided to make a 2nd version that wouldn't be as scary to kids. Now the reason why people have jacked up the price is because the first wave is much more authentic to heath ledgers joker from the movie and the second wave has the joker making a goofy expression instead of a scary one. Also another way to tell the difference between a 1st wave and 2nd wave model is if there are air holes on the sides of the package you have the 2nd wave model. The second wave model is out in stores but is hard to find and you should not purchase it for more than $20.00
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael T. Wrench on May 28, 2008
This line of figures was very impressive to me. I did not expect it to be as good as i am seeing. This figure in particular is a great replication of the joker as to the other one which is to cartoon-y. I wish that it was respected more for it's purpose (fellow batman fans) than for people who just want money. To bad that this figure came out after Mr. ledger's death. so guess what, it isnt worth anything! wait and find it in stores. I dont think it's that important to spend 70 bucks. thanks
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven MccArty on May 9, 2008
Mattel's TDK Movie Masters Joker is a good looking figure that is not worth more than $12. The joker card and evidence bag included are the best extras of the series, but it's still just a baggie and a playing card. The figure has about 15 points of articulation, not DCUC or even Marvel Legends level, but better than most mass market toys. The figure bears a passing resemblance to Ledger and the painted face is nice and smudged; a boon for Mattel in that it shouldn't look neat because neither does the film version.

Joker also comes with the knife shown in an earlier teaser poster, a nasty looking fillet knife. I've noticed in comparing mine with the pics of others online that most of these Movie Masters Jokers have a drastic, red lipstick smear on the right cheek. So if yours has one it's okay, they were made that way. I've also noticed many have repainted theirs with varying results, I say lose the lipstick smear if you must but be cautious otherwise; if you mess up the paint you may not find another one to replace it with!

If you are a mass market toy collector you will want this figure, but at the prices I've read this selling for you're better off waiting for Sideshow to release Hot Toys' version of TDK figures later this summer. At least those are higher end and detailed figures worth that kind of dime.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James R. Madison on May 28, 2008
First of all, I have been waiting for this toy line (Movie Masters) to come out for over 6 months and boy it's better than I expected. I knew that given the circumstances, this figure would be highly sought after. I have tried numerous stores (i.e. toys"r"us, wal-mart, target ect.) and unfortuately I had to resort to a private seller. Here's the thing, if you want these that bad and soon, pay the extra money. Otherwise wait until they hit stores in a much higher quantity. I think that Mattel did this for a reason. To see what the Batfans would do in trying to obtain these figures. I'm a collector, so opening these isn't really what I had in mind. These are great works of art and should be treated as such. The figures themsevles are very evocative of the characters in the upcoming film The Dark Knight. They lend to a higher quality than most, with encredible detail. Be warnned, the (Heath Ledger) Joker figure has a small fillet knife included for continuity of the character and may pose as a choking hazard for younger children. Also, I noticed that very few of the Batman figures in particular have mismatched legs, meaning two left feet and the paint jobs can be a little messy. Overall, these are really great figures to say the least. However, you might be better off checking these out at the stores if you are a meticulous collector. Again, my only gripe is the rarity of such items. I'm sure the movie masters Joker will find its way on the shelves soon enough without anyone having to pay such high prices. Good things come to those who wait.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Robt1031 on May 23, 2008
Strange, for a figure that is so "rare", there sure are a lot of them around for sale, here and on E-bay. Hmmmm...

Assuming Heath Ledger did not die, this figure still would have been highly sought after by fans, but not at these exorbitant prices. Heath's passing changed one thing - the insatiable greed and avarice of those willing to capitalize on his death.

The Joker is hard to find due to collectors/fans buying them and predatory dealers buying multiple copies at local stores to resell them at much higher prices, but the Joker figure is hardly "rare". The actual chase figure of the "Movie Masters" series is Bruce Wayne, clearly denoted on the back of the Movie Masters card as "chase figure", meaning *that* one that will be hardest to find. I've tried, but cannot locate any dealers on Amazon selling the Bruce Wayne Chase Figure, and can only find one on E-bay. Compare that to the dozens and dozens of the "rare" Joker figure that are for sale here and elsewhere.

Besides, Mattel is in this to make money, too, and do you honestly think that they will produce less of these once they see the price-gouging that is going on in the secondary market? Mattel has nothing to gain from scalpers, and more to gain from increasing supply for legitimate consumers. Expect that to happen.

And for those expecting this to be worth a lot some day, take a look at Batman Returns Catwoman; hard to find back in the day, and very expensive from dealers at the time. Nowadays, it is readily available from third party Amazon sellers for as low as $8.98.
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