Batman Legacy Arkham City Batman and Two-Face Collector Figure 2-Pack
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- Celebrating one of the greatest superheroes of all time, Batman
- Inspired by the popular Batman films and the Arkam City video games
- Collection features different versions of Batman and some of the most legendary villains
- Created in 6" scale each figure is highly detailed and articulated for the adult collector in mind
- 2-pack includes Batman and Two-Face from the Arkham City video game
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Two-Face meets the Caped Crusader once again in Mattel Batman Legacy Arkham City Batman & Two-Face Collector Figure. With Batman in his striking outfit and Two-Face about to toss his trademark coin, this is one collector's item that'll have an irresistible appeal among die-hard DC Comics fans.
Why You'll Love It: Realistic action for real Batman fans.
Age: 14 years and up
- Cool 6-inch scale figures
- Inspired by the Arkham City action-adventure video game
- Realistic down to the last detail
- Swivel arms, elbows, wrists and legs
- Designed by the renowned Four Horsemen Studios
- Collector's item value
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Top Customer Reviews
Top notch likensses of both characters from the game.
Every detail is present. Every seam, buckle, rivet(yes rivet) are all given the proper attention as expected of the Horsemen. They even went one step further and changed/corrected some things for the sake of design like, the Bat insignia on Bats' chest. It more closley resembles the new symbol seen on the games title as well as the Bat-Signal in the game as opposed to the weird one on his chest in both games.
The same as Bats...All the, in this case, Gory details are present as well as the suave details on the other side of his face. His suit has nicely painted pinstripes as well as grimey burns and singed edges. Even the shine on his wingtips/spats are nicely detailed.
Bats takes it in this area. He's almost as poseable as a standard DCUC figure but he does have some lazily cut joints that limit his mobility. Mainly the joints in his shoulder, elbow and abs.
2-face on the other hand, has more DC Direct-ish articulation.
He's missing the ball jointed shoulders and has 0 ab crunch movement.
Besides that he still feels like a DCUC figure in stature and can still be posed in some interesting gangster-like poses.
These are really well done figures that fit in well with your DCUC collection or survive what most young Bat-Fans may have in store for them.
Here are the bad points...
Both figures have limited articulation in places that they need it. If you're a DCUC collector, you'll notice immideately. The average kid could care less.
All in all, this is a good purchase for fans of Batman, fans of DC comics, and fans of the Arkham City game alike.
Very seldom does a character manage to penetrate as many levels of pop culture as Batman has. From the oft mentioned TV Shows of old, to the stellar animated shows, and even to alternative lifestyles of the more, um, flamboyant ones amongst us, (*cough*bat nipples*cough*, Batman has been interpreted and presented to the public in numerous fashions over the decades. However, a painful lack of good batman video games has always plagued fans of the character, up until the very recent release of Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009). Being one the greatest video games of the modern era, period, a sequel was inevitable, leading to Batman: Arkham City, due to be released in October. It is from that highly anticipated upcoming release that the newest batman action figure comes to us.
Now, right off the bat, I'll mention two things; A, this figure is based on batman's appearance in Arkham CITY and not Arkham Asylum, and, B, to me, this figure is much, much more superior than DC Direct's offering. We've all seen the case made for both figures being the better one, but, to me, mattel's effort is much more accurate in capturing not only the batman from the game, but also the character itself. The consistent black and gray color scheme looks much more beautiful than DCD's mixed bag use of black and blue. the bodysuit itself is textured to resemble tactical armor, and this goes well along with the numerous rivets, plates and panels, giving a feel of not only heightened realism, but also major awesomeness.Read more ›
While these figures have some numerous points of articulation, they are heavily restricted from poor joint design. I like the Batman figure the most, but it isn't the ultimate figure to pay $60 for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are high quality batman toys. No question the are much higher quality action figures than you would typically find in the toy section of a big box chain store, my only... Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by Christopher Haas
My nephew loved playing the Batman Arkham City game so I decided to purchase the set for him for Christmas!Published on December 31, 2011 by JonMichel
I already own a few Batman figures, so I saw no need for this one. As a result, I threw it in the dog bowl with some bacon and my dog went crazy from there with the figure. Read morePublished on December 20, 2011 by Chris Matthews
while yes, this does look like the batman in the game, this is originally not the way batman should look. why? cause hes just 75 pounds overweight. i swear he looks like a gorilla. Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by J. A. Balbin Jr.