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McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse First Appearance Batman from Detective Comics #27 (1st Appearance) 7-inch scale figure


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1 hour ago, Dratchola said:

if this was actually a "first appearance" figure he'd have a gun and holster.

No he wouldn't because companies can no longer include guns with DC characters (in the USA). 

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He has the trigger hand for a gun anyway. If I wasn't already using Ultimates Destro handgun with my DKR Joker, I'd definitely give it to this figure. I kinda dont like empty trigger hands on my figures.

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Definitely in on this, the cape looks to be wired. Would be awesome if this included a reprint of Detective Comics 27 but still an excellent looking figure and looking forward to getting in my preorder!

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This is actually something I like, well in a way, I appreciate that Todd did this Batman, as I never recall seeing an action figure of Batman's first appearance, I might try and get this just because it's kinda special.

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15 minutes ago, Lord_Scareglow said:

This is actually something I like, well in a way, I appreciate that Todd did this Batman, as I never recall seeing an action figure of Batman's first appearance, I might try and get this just because it's kinda special.

I'm certain DC Direct made a figure with this look too. Probably several actually since DCD had a First Appearance sub-line and did a lot of repaints and reissues via multi-figure sets. I'm guessing Mattel might've done this look too at some point.

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3 hours ago, deecee4 said:

I'm certain DC Direct made a figure with this look too. Probably several actually since DCD had a First Appearance sub-line and did a lot of repaints and reissues via multi-figure sets. I'm guessing Mattel might've done this look too at some point.

DC Direct's figure was released in 2004 (I actually think it might have been just the one figure the one time), and Mattel released theirs in 2012.

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1 hour ago, Satam said:

DC Direct's figure was released in 2004 (I actually think it might have been just the one figure the one time), and Mattel released theirs in 2012.

The FA Batman figure was also in the DCD Batman through the ages boxed set. And I think a 2 pack but not sure so maybe not.

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