Re-live The Dark Knight with this Batman Premium Format statue figure

The Joker doesn’t stand a chance. Here’s the Dark Knight Premium Format Batman statue figure from Hot Toys and Sideshow Collectibles. This 20-inch figure commemorates the second installment of Christopher Nolan’s epic trilogy.

Actor Christian Bale is captured here in stunning detail, and Batman takes to the streets in his advanced Batsuit with intricate armored plating and utilities, a velvety black cape and a newly redesigned cowl. Click on the image below to start!


Enterbay BATMAN : The Dark Knight

Enterbay has created some amazing figures, capturing incredibly accurate likenesses and details, so we’re thrilled to see their take on the Dark Knight himself. Based on his appearance in The Dark Knight (as portrayed by Christian Bale), this 12-inch figure features a ton of accessories, multiple heads and hands and some of the best overall work you’ll ever see on a figure. He’s definitely a high end addition to your collection, but if you’re ready to take it to the next level, then this is a perfect place to start.

New Sideshow Figure: Final Battle John Connor

The new Final Battle John Connor figure allows you to add another Christian Bale figure to your shelf if Bruce Wayne/Batman was not enough. A rendering of the actor in the role he played in last year’s Terminator: Salvation, the 12-inch figure comes to us from Sideshow and comes with a number of film-accurate accessories to make this not only a great showpiece, but a true collector’s item.

If you’re a fan of the Terminator franchise, be sure to check it out. And here’s a list of the figure’s features and accessories!

* Field jacket
* Pants
* T-shirt
* Tactical belt
* Tactical vest
* Backpack
* Headset
* Radio with pouch
* Pistol magazine pouch
* Shoulder pad
* Drop leg panels
* Grenade with holder
* Armband
* Tactical gloves
* Assault boots
* HK416 with tactical red dot sight
* M203 grenade launcher with elastic sling
* Pistol with holster
* Fully articulated Hydrobot with light-up function
* Battle-damaged endoskeleton environmental display base

New Bruce Wayne Medicom/Sideshow Figure!

Sideshow Toys is responsible for some of the best and brightest figures and statues out there today, from Iron Man to Star Wars, Alien to Indiana Jones and X-Men to Batman. They’ve got a ton of great licenses, an incredible design team and can boast some of the most detailed likenesses you’re likely to find. And now that they’re also distributing Hot Toys, Medicom and more, their line-up is becoming even more impressive.

The latest figure from Medicom via Sideshow is this RAH Bruce Wayne from The Dark Knight.  Standing 12 inches tall, he’s an awesome-looking figure and the likeness to actor Christian Bale is near-perfect (it’s actually better in-person than in the promo pic above). It features a real cloth suit for a look based on Bruce Wayne’s outfit seen here:

Fans of the film or collectors of fine figures will definitely want to check this one out. It joins the other Batman figures available over at

Public Enemies

Public EnemiesPublic Enemies is a 2009 film directed by Michael Mann, an adaptation of Bryan Burrough’s non-fiction book Public Enemies: America’s Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933–34.

The crime drama is set during the Great Depression with the focus on the FBI agent Melvin Purvis’s attempt to stop criminals John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, and Pretty Boy Floyd. Christian Bale plays FBI agent Purvis, Johnny Depp plays Dillinger, Academy Award-winner Marion Cotillard (La Vie en rose) plays Dillinger’s girlfriend Billie Frechette, and Channing Tatum plays Pretty Boy Floyd. Principal photography began in Columbus, Wisconsin on March 17, 2008 and continued in Chicago, Illinois; Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Beaver Dam, Wisconsin; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Madison, Wisconsin; and several other places in Wisconsin until the end of June 2008, including the Little Bohemia Lodge in Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin, the actual location of a 1934 gun fight between Dillinger and the FBI. Some parts of the film were shot in Crown Point, Indiana, the town where Dillinger was imprisoned and subsequently escaped from jail.


* Johnny Depp as John Dillinger: An American bank robber whose exploits dominated the press during what is sometimes referred to as the public enemy era, between 1931 and 1934.
* Christian Bale as Melvin Purvis: An FBI agent chosen by J. Edgar Hoover to lead a manhunt to catch Dillinger.
* Marion Cotillard as Billie Frechette: Dillinger’s torch singer girlfriend.
* Channing Tatum as Pretty Boy Floyd[6]: An American bank robber and alleged killer.
* Giovanni Ribisi as Alvin Karpis: A noted criminal in the United States known for his alliance with the Barker gang in the 1930s. He was the last “Public Enemy” to be captured.
* Emilie de Ravin as Anna Patzke: a bank teller who was taken hostage by Dillinger and later released.
* Stephen Dorff as Homer Van Meter: A criminal and bank robber active in the early 20th century, most notably as a criminal associate of Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson.
* Billy Crudup as J. Edgar Hoover: The first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States.
* Leelee Sobieski as Polly Hamilton: Dillinger’s final girlfriend, ignorant of his true identity.
* Jason Clarke as John “Red” Hamilton: A Canadian criminal and bank robber active in the early 20th century, most notably as a criminal associate of Dillinger.
* Bill Camp as Frank Nitti: Al Capone’s right-hand man and Underboss in the Chicago Outfit.
* David Wenham as Harry Pierpont: A member of Dillinger’s crew and Dillinger’s friend and mentor.
* Stephen Graham as Baby Face Nelson: He was a bank robber who acquired his moniker, Baby Face Nelson due to his youthful appearance and small stature. After Dillinger’s death in July 1934, Nelson became Public Enemy Number One.
* Richard Short as Samuel P. Cowley: He was the FBI agent who brought down Baby Face Nelson but was mortally wounded in the gunbattle in Barrington, Illinois.
* Christian Stolte as Charles Makley: A known associate of Dillinger’s and who broke him out of prison in 1933. By the end of that year, Makley ranked fourth on Illinois’ list of “public enemies”, behind Dillinger, Pierpont, and Hamilton.
* Stephen Lang as Charles Winstead: He is the leader of the Texas Rangers who join the manhunt for Dillinger and his gang.
* Shawn Hatosy as John Madala: An FBI agent who helped capture Ma Barker.
* Branka Katic as Anna Sage: the infamous “Lady in Red” who was romantically involved with Dillinger at the time of his murder.
* Don Frye as Captain Donald Gordon: a Texas Ranger. Frye previously worked with Mann on Miami Vice.
* James Russo as Walter Dietrich: a man whom Dillinger met while in the Michigan City penitentiary. He taught Dillinger and others “the methods of Herman ‘Baron’ K. Lamm, a Prussian army officer turned highly successful bank robber”.
* Lili Taylor as Sheriff Lillian Holley: Sheriff of Lake County Jail, Crown Point, Indiana, where Dillinger was incarcerated

There are no toys for the movie Public Enemies but we do have other toys from characters played by Johnny Depp and Christain Bale.

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Terminator Salvation and some awesome Terminator Toys

Soon, the upcoming Terminator Salvation will be known for more than Christian Bale’s psychotically angry rant (though I’ll admit I’m thankful that it gave us this profanity-laden dance remix) and fans of the machine-driven action films will be able to see if Bale can help resurrect another less-than-vital franchise. Here’s a look at the trailer for the latest entry. It looks awesome.

Of course, it’s easy to miss Arnold Schwarzenegger (I’m kind of proud of myself for spelling that correctly in one go), but promises of a cameo definitely help. I can’t wait to see how they pull it off. The premiere was yesterday in L.A., but fans will have to wait until May 21st to get a chance to see it.

In other Terminator news, we’re also offering a bunch of really cool items over at our online store, so be sure to check it out. We’ve got a couple right here, but you can also peruse the complete McFarlane Terminator section or the Sideshow Terminator 12” figures.