April 30, 2013
It’s a battle for the ages as the Dark Knight takes on Killer Croc, a vicious, mutated monster of a man who lurks in the sewers below Gotham!
Sculpted by Ray Villafane, this stunning statue features an alternate paint deco on Batman to match his updated look and stands about 17 inches high, making it an incredibly striking piece to add to your rec room.
April 24, 2013
Based on his armoured look in INJUSTICE, this 6-inch Batman figure brings all the grim severity of the Dark Knight to life on your display shelf. His design boasts improved strength and power, perfect for taking on both heroes and villains in the brutal game. If you’re a fan of the grittiest interpretations of the Gotham hero, this is definitely one to pick up.
February 7, 2013
This is an amazing entry to the Batman Black & White statue collection, showcasing Terry McGinnis’ Dark Knight. Designed by Dustin Nguyen, it’s about 8 inches tall and features one of the best, most dynamic poses in the series. Take a look:
If you’ve been collecting this line or if you’re just an overall Bat-fan, this is one statue you can’t miss. It’s a stunner.
February 1, 2013
From Square Enix comes a stunning figure the likes of which you can only expect from the Play Arts Kai Series. Based on her appearance in The Dark Knight Rises, Selina Kyle (Catwoman) comes to the action figure series and looks amazing doing it, with a ton of articulation and brilliant sculpting. She comes with alternate hands, a handgun, a chanegable hair-piece, an alternate head and a display stand.
January 22, 2013
The Batman Black & White Collection has just received a classic as they add Frank Miller’s take on the Dark Knight. No matter what, it’s undeniable that Miller changed the game for Batman, so it’s fitting to see his version of the character given its due here.
The statue measures just over 7 inches tall and makes a perfect addition to your display shelf. Grab it now!
October 4, 2012
This is one incredible collectible and no picture can really do it justice– you’ve gotta see this kind of detail in person. It’s about 1:6 scale, meaning 29 inches in total, and every piece is perfectly designed, creating a Batmobile that rivals the real deal in everything but size–and, I suppose, functionality. That said, though, you can definitely fit any of the 12” Sideshow figures in here, whether Bruce Wayne/Batman, the Joker or maybe Tony Stark, if you’re into crossovers.
Authentically detailed Sixth Scale model car measures approximately 29 inches long
Identically to scale with Hot Toys’ Sixth Scale Batman Figure
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)
September 16, 2012
Darwyn Cooke’s stand-out style is showcased in this awesome Batman Black & White figure. Take a look!
Renowned artist Darwyn Cooke gives a modern twist to the Dark Knight’s golden age style with latest from the “Batman: Black and White” line of collectibles. Standing ready to defend the night, this statue, painted in monochromatic tones, adds a classic feel to any shelf! Figure measures 5.5″ high x 6″ wide x 5″ deep.
September 4, 2012
The new design of the Dark Knight is rendered here as a 1/6 scale figure, built with 85% die-cast metal alloy and featuring a whopping 50 points of articulation!
Featuring the amazing New 52 design by Jim Lee, the 12-inch figure features a detachable and poseable fabric cape, a grappling gun and a Batarang, as well as a magnetic gargoyle statue perfect for posing.
June 29, 2012
Though he only made a cameo appearance in ARKHAM CITY, the encounter with Killer Croc in the underbelly of ARKHAM ASYLUM was one of the most nerve-wracking battles in the past few years of video games.
Killer Croc stands about 8 inches tall and features some absolutely incredible detail, from the yellow of his vicious fangs to the speckles of dirt on his asylum-issued uniform. It’s a great addition to any Bat-fan’s collection and a true testament to the quality of DC Direct’s offerings.
June 26, 2012
Darwyn Cooke’s most recent foray into comic writing and illustration has been in MINUTEMEN and SILK SPECTRE as part of the controversial Before Watchmen series from DC Comics. This upcoming Batman statue, however, promises to be much less divisive– it’s just plain old awesome.
The black and white statue stands about 7 inches tall and is sure to be one of the most coveted versions in the whole line, with Cooke being one of the best and most popular artists out there. Order now and it ships out in July! Just in time for SDCC…