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    Default Mattel DC Comics 6'' inch Multiverse Figures

    I wasn't sure where to post these and I can't find a 6' inch multiverse line thread.






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    Mattel sure got a lot of use out of that 2008 TDK Gotham City Thug figure.

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    To echo Clown Prince, I wasn't sure where to post this so since this is a multiverse figure I'll post here. This is the 12" BvS Armored Batman. I found it at a TRU this past Saturday -- cost was $29.99. I was really surprised with the amount of articulation and overall detail. The head is on a ball-joint- though the up and down motion is limited by the back of his neck. Shoulders on hinged ball joint. Elbows are hinged with a swivel at the elbow (bends to 90*). The wrists can swivel/rotate. He has a waist swivel, T-jointed hips that allow full splits, as well as being able to extend the leg all the way forward -- and backwards. The knees are on a single hinge and bend to 90*. The only real disappointing thing about this figure is that there are no ankle joints. He stands well, for the most part, and you can still get some nice poses. The bottom of his feet have the spikes.

    The cape is fabric -- inside is a soft material, and the outside is more of a pleather material. There is some pretty nice dry-brushed weathering throughout the armor, as well as sculpted battle damage. Overall, I really like this guy, and I was pleasantly surprised at the level of detail and articulation on a 12" Mattel movie figure.






    Just FYI - the eyes do not light up, I added them using the PicsArt app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiFabio View Post
    Mattel sure got a lot of use out of that 2008 TDK Gotham City Thug figure.
    thats actually the question/clark kent buck.....but yeah they have mileage with that particular sculpted suit.

    Im a big DCUC fan so I'm just pleased to have something coming back on the shelves. Super fun line to collect back in the day .

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    for $30 thats a nice looking Batman. I would pick that up as its very comic accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amos brearly View Post
    thats actually the question/clark kent buck.....but yeah they have mileage with that particular sculpted suit.

    Im a big DCUC fan so I'm just pleased to have something coming back on the shelves. Super fun line to collect back in the day .
    You guys are a little confused. There are three different suit bodies. First came the Two-Face/Clark Kent body. Then the movie masters Dent/Two-Face and every one else in the TDK and TDKR. Then the Question/ Constantine and now this Joker body. In any case they are all over used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Goblin View Post
    You guys are a little confused. There are three different suit bodies. First came the Two-Face/Clark Kent body. Then the movie masters Dent/Two-Face and every one else in the TDK and TDKR. Then the Question/ Constantine and now this Joker body. In any case they are all over used.
    this body looks identical to the one black mask came on in the sig. series.

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    Yeah it's that one too, so it's the Question/Black Mask/Constantine/Sandman/Ra's Al Ghoul and now Joker body. Which is different from Clark Kent/Two-Face/Riddler body and the Movie Masters body.

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    Call me what you want, but with a little work that Mattel Armored Batman rivals a $300 Hot Toy.

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