Inspired by the designs from the Batman: Arkham Origins video game, this new figure of Bane is done very well by DC Direct.
Standing an impressive 10 inches tall, this Play Arts KAI action figure of The Dark Knight Rises’ BANE is one of the best figures to join the line and a great addition to any Bat-fan’s collection.
He’s a Japanese import and a brilliant figure. Beyond that, he also features an alternate set of hands, a variety of weapons and a display stand. He’s packaged in a window box for display by those who like to see their figures, but keep them safe from the horrors of dust.
Kelley Jones’ take on BANE is a brilliant, exaggerated take on the muscle-bound supervillain. Hopped up on venom, he’s the latest addition to the Batman: Black and White series and pays a fitting tribute to a villain whose recent incarnations in both film and comic book pages have been incredibly strong and incredibly memorable.
Statue measures approximately 8.75” high x 7” wide x 5” deep.
Bane breaks the Bat in this incredible 1:6 scale statue from DC Direct. Standing about 16 inches tall, it brings to your display shelf one of the most iconic scenes from The Dark Knight Rises. You can practically hear the broken bones.
The statue is hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain and sculpted by Dave Cortes and Paul Harding.
The Dark Knight Rises featured a number of truly iconic scenes, but this one probably takes the cake. Bane “breaking” Batman was one of the moments that we were all anticipating, but could still scarcely believe when it came.
Now, the folks at DC Direct have recreated this brutal sequence as a 1:6 scale statue. It’s one of the most impressive-looking statues DC Direct has ever made and one that’s sure to make a great addition to any Bat-fan’s display.
Built to scale with the 12-inch Batman figures, the Tumbler Batmobile is an amazing rendering of the design made famous by Christopher Nolan’s stunning Batman trilogy. A pre-order shipping out in November, the Batmobile is an incredibly 29 inches long and demands as much attention as it does display-shelf real estate.
Roof panel slides open to allow access for Sixth Scale Batman
Movable braking flaps
Headlights feature light-up function (Requires Three (3) AAA Batteries – Not Included)
An Armored version of Batman joins Bane, Victor Zsasz and the seductive Poison Ivy in the second series of Arkham Asylum toys. You can order them now since they’re arriving in a matter of days and you can expect them to be just as brilliant as the first wave.
Each one is about 6 or 7 inches tall and the level of detail is stunning. If you enjoyed the game, you’re going to love the way these figures bring those CG designs to new, plastic life with accessories and great articulation on all counts.
As you await the release of Arkham City, this is a great addition to your display shelf and might help make killing time until October just a little bit easier.
The first official gameplay trailer for Arkham City has been released and it’s a stunner! Check it out:
Of course, while we wait for the game to be released, some of us are also waiting for the companion figures that make up series 2 of DC Direct’s ARKHAM ASYLUM collection.
Batman, Poison Ivy, Victor Zsasz and Bane can be pre-ordered now, individually or as a set. They’ll be shipping out in May of this year, so while there’ll still be plenty of time before Arkham City hits shelves, maybe these 6-inch figures will make the wait just a little bit easier…