Transport the dark, urban landscape of Gotham City to your front door with these three new offerings from Diamond Select Toys and the DC Universe! The TV spectacle Gotham has garnered accolades from viewers across the world, and now it’s time to bring its characters to life. These three figures feature 16 points of articulation and come in a window box with spine art for easy reference and display.
Each seven-inch figure comes with character-specific accessories and a deluxe diorama base depicting aspects of the crime-ridden streets of Batman’s hometown. The Penguin comes with a pier, Jim Gordon comes with an alleyway and Selina Kyle (pictured below) comes with a fire escape — put Jim and Selina’s bases together to create an even bigger scene!
At least with that name she can take up a career as a pop star if all else fails.
Few supervillains are as deadly as Poison Ivy. Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley, one of Batman’s arch-adversaries for almost 50 years now. But her appearance in Batman: The Animated Series at the beginning of the ’90s was nothing less than iconic — and holds a lot of nostalgia value for Millennial DC fans.
We’re way excited to announce two additions to this lineup of figures based on the TV show, one of them being the lethal lady with the red tresses. Series 2’s Poison Ivy, standing six inches tall, sports a shredded-aesthetic black costume with accessories. And we’ve got the Penguin, too! Four inches tall from Series 5, he’s proportional to your other Animated Series figures. Click the photo below and get your order in now!
That girl is poison.
With a grimace like that, you’d think only a mother could love the Penguin. But we all know that’s not true. This villain has got a special place in our hearts. Here’s the Batman Returns 1/4 Scale Penguin from NECA, a 15-inch offering that will make your heart melt. Well, sort of. Danny DeVito is Oswald Cobblepot in the 1992 movie, delivering a performance that’s still unforgettable in the 21st century.
Synthetic hair and movie-authentic sculpt make this Penguin as realistic as possible. You’ll think he just jumped out of the screen in the hopes of delivering a fatal blow to Batman. He’s dressed to kill, too — a removable top hat, a removable fabric coat with faux-fur trim and umbrella accessories ensure that his swag is off the charts. Pick him up today!
I thought penguins were supposed to be cute?