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  1. Batman’s rational mind and unparalleled fighting skills are put to the ultimate test when an ancient force threatens his world and everyone he holds dear in Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham, available to purchase Digitally and on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack and Blu-ray on March 28, 2023, from Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment. The all-new, feature-length DC Animated Movie puts Batman up against Lovecraftian supernatural forces threatening the sheer existence of Gotham as he’s aided and confronted along the way by reimagined versions of his well-known allies and enemies, including Green Arrow, Ra’s al Ghul, Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc, Two-Face, James Gordon and more. David Giuntoli (Grimm, A Million Little Things) reprises his Batman: Soul of the Dragon role as the voice of the Dark Knight in this all-new 1920s-based DC Elseworlds tale. Tati Gabrielle (Kaleidoscope, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Uncharted) makes her DC animated debut as Kai Li Cain, Batman’s closest ally. Elevating the action and drama are DC animation veterans Christopher Gorham (The Lincoln Lawyer, Insatiable) as Oliver Queen, Patrick Fabian (Better Call Saul) as Harvey Dent, John DiMaggio (Futurama, Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire) as James Gordon, and David Dastmalchian (Dune, The Suicide Squad, Ant-Man) as Grendon. Rounding out the cast is Gideon Adlon (Legion of Super-Heroes) as Oracle, Karan Brar (Jessie, Diary of a Wimpy Kid franchise) as Sanjay “Jay” Tawde, Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator, The Frighteners) as Kirk Langstrom, Darin De Paul (Mortal Kombat Legends & Overwatch franchises) as Thomas Wayne, Brian George (Seinfeld) as Alfred, Jason Marsden (Young Justice, A Goofy Movie) as Dick Grayson & Young Bruce Wayne, Navid Negahban (Homeland, The Cleaning Lady) as Ra’s al Ghul, Emily O’Brien (Days of Our Lives) as Talia al Ghul & Martha Wayne, Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager) as Lucius Fox, William Salyers (The Regular Show) as Cobbelpot & Professor Manfurd, and Matthew Waterson (The Croods: Family Tree) as Jason Blood/Etrigan. Sam Liu (The Death and Return of Superman) fills the dual role of producer and co-director of Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham, working closely with co-director Christopher Berkeley (Young Justice) to bring to animated life the script from screenwriter Jase Ricci (Teen Titans Go! and DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse). Producers are Jim Krieg (Batman: Gotham by Gaslight) and Kimberly S. Moreau (Legion of Super-Heroes). Executive Producer is Michael Uslan. Sam Register is Executive Producer. Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham will be available on March 28 to purchase Digitally from Amazon Prime Video, AppleTV, Google Play, Vudu, and more. 4K Ultra HD and Blu-Ray Discs will be available to purchase online and in-store at major retailers. Pre-order your copy now. SYNOPSIS: Inspired by the comic book series by Mike Mignola, Richard Pace, and Troy Nixey, Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham is a 1920s-based tale that finds explorer Bruce Wayne accidentally unleashing an ancient evil, expediting his return to Gotham City after a two-decade hiatus. The logic/science-driven Batman must battle Lovecraftian supernatural forces threatening the sheer existence of Gotham, along the way being aided and confronted by reimagined versions of his well-known allies and enemies, including Green Arrow, Ra’s al Ghul, Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc, Two-Face, James Gordon and Bruce’s beloved wards. Prepare for a mystical, often terrifying Batman adventure unlike any other. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: Batman: Shadows of Gotham (New Featurette) – An examination of themes of existential dread in a world drenched in gothic overtones that combine to create one of Batman’s most unique adventures. Audio Commentary – Filmmakers and storytellers, including producer/co-director Sam Liu and screenwriter Jase Ricci, take in all the gothic horror and intrigue of Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham. Pricing and film information: PRODUCT MSRP Digital purchase $19.99 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack + Digital Version* $39.99 USA 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack $44.98 Canada Blu-ray + Digital Version* $29.98 USA Blu-ray $39.99 Canada 4K/Blu-ray Languages: English, Spanish, French Blu-ray Subtitles: English, Spanish, French Running Time: 90 minutes Rated PG-13 for some strong violence, disturbing images, language, and brief partial nudity *Digital version not available in Canada
  2. There it is, folks! Hell has officially frozen over! On Friday, the message, 3 years in the making, has been received by everyone, like a Bat Signal in the sky: The long awaited Mezco One:12 Collective Batman - 1989 Edition action figure is processing soon! This is not a drill! But what were the events that led to its surprise reveal? Could it be that this email was unintentional? ToyFarce investigated... ToyFarce met with Brad, the newest intern at the Mezco HQ in New York, to tell us exactly what happened on Friday: "I had just come back from a coffee run, and sat down at my desk, when I saw that there was an email from the company. I looked at it and thought it was the email saying that the One:12 Collective Batman - 1989 Edition was processing soon, so I was excited, and just forwarded it to everyone, using the company email address... It is only after I scrolled down a little that I saw that this was just a new template email, and it said "FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY" in the title. Third day on the job and I've already messed up..." The news went through the toy community like wildfire, as every group chats, Facebook groups, and news website would instantly blow up and talk about how FINALLY, the wait is over. Not only that, but ToyFarce also heard that mainstream news also picked up on it. Special thanks to William "Dorklair" for sending this over! More news at 11:00... Now, that figure will definitely 100% meet the expectations of everyone, right? *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  3. Another week, another McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse line reveal! Over the last few days, McFarlane Toys has released pictures teasing the upcoming DC Multiverse The Dark Knight Trilogy wave, releasing pictures of Batman, Two-Face, and Scarecrow. We already know that the Joker is part of that line, and that Bane is most likely the 'Collect-to-build' figure, but what if it was all a trick, and the 'Collect-to-build' figure was actually right in front of our eyes, the whole time? ToyFarce investigated... We worked around the clock to look for clues (what wouldn't ToyFarce do for you?), and we are 60% sure that we have found out who the "Collect-to-build" figure will be... A Rachel Dawes figure! (More like "Collect-to-reassemble", actually!). On the first picture, Batman can be seen over the ruins of the warehouse where Rachel was in the Dark Knight movie. The Two-Face reveal pic is a bit on the nose, since Harvey Dent became Two-Face at that exact moment too. On the Scarecrow reveal picture, we can see barrels... the SAME barrels that exploded to "disassemble" Rachel! If those are not clues, we do not know what is. We hired an expert to see if the pictures had been edited, and it turns out they were, and here are what was on the original pictures: The great part about this "Collect-to-build" figure is that you do not even need to assemble it! You can just display the different limbs on the floor, around the figures, for that realistic movie touch. No information yet if the figure will come with Maggie Gyllenhaal or Katie Holmes headsculpt. More news at 11:00... SAVE RACHEL! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  4. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Batman Forever one sixth scale figures from Hot Toys. These are figures that we weren't sure would ever actually come out, but Hot Toys actually put them up for pre-order back in February 2021, so there was hope! And now, they are here! Yay... not? Both packaging are really nice and quite colorful, just like the movie was. It has a sleeve with a picture of the figure on the front and all the legalities in the back. Under the sleeve, you can see the figure through a window (although both figures are covered with protective plastic so you can't see them very well...). First off, Batman, as portrayed by Val Kilmer in 1995, in his Sonar Suit which he wears at the end of the movie, after the Riddler (played by Jim Carrey) destroyed the Batcave. Batman (Sonar Suit) comes with a ton of accessories. He has 7 extra hands, 2 versions of his batarang (open and closed), a grapnel launcher with a wire that can be attached to it, the batarang blade weapon that can attach to his hand, the underwater thruster from the movie, and a stand. His eyes can individually move (they are on a plate inside the cowl), and an extra set of 'sonar' eyes is also included, as well as the tool to change/move the eyes. As it happened before with Hot Toys Batman figures, the figure is an articulated body covered by a quite thick rubber suit, which completely hinders articulations. You can bend the arms and legs a little, but when you do, the suit bunches up and it does not look great. Leaving that figure in any other position than the infamous "Museum pose" will not look great and probably damage the suit after some time... Yay... Unfortunately, the peg hole under the head arrived broken on mine, so I cannot change the eyes. I am currently waiting for a replacement part. As gorgeous as it looks, this figure has been a bit of a let down. Robin also looks great, but is unfortunately not better. The suit is the same way as the Batman figure, thick rubber, so he can't move much. Those are more like statues with a little bit of articulation, basically. Robin also comes with only 4 extra hands and no other accessories. No PERS (moving eyes) feature. To add insult to injury, he costs the same as the Batman figure. I also believe that the red is the wrong shade of red. It seemed a lot darker in the movie... And what's up with that bulge?! Once again, they look beautiful, and I'll admit that I've been catching myself staring at them in the Detolf, and thinking 'Man, those look awesome', but you can't really pose them or do anything with them. Those are expensive figures that only a completist who has all the other Hot Toys Batman figures would get... so I did. More news at 11:00... Babyyyy! I compare you to a kiss from a rose on the grey...
  5. In this future, there is no future... A custom cobbled Knightmare bats from the McFarlane Grim Knight with a mild repaint, wired coat and scarf and Mezco goggles. The Superman shocktroops are McFarlane WH40K Darktide troopers.
  6. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the new Harley Quinn figure from the Batman: Hush comic book line by MAFEX. Harley is the 7th figure from this line (8th if you include the repaint). She's a great figure and could very well be 'the' original look Harley Quinn figure, after several, several attempts by other brands (with the DC Icons Harley Quinn at a close second). Harley Quinn comes with 2 extra headsculpts (smiling and angry), 4 extra pairs of hands (fists, grabbing hands, pointing fingers and open "jazz-hands"), an extra set of feet with the springs she used in the comic book to jump on the stage, and her trusted hammer. The only thing missing would have been her gun with the cork on a string in it, like she had in the book, but the no-gun rule is pretty strict, even for prop guns with flags for Joker or cork guns for Harley. This figure has amazing articulation and can be put in all sorts of acrobatic poses, just like her comic book counterpart. The head sculpts look really good, even if they didn't really capture the Jim Lee style of Harley Quinn. When you look at her, it's clearly Harley (No derpy face like the DC Essentials one). If you have the MAFEX Batman: Hush Catwoman figure, it is more of the same, with the addition of the wristbands, which can sometimes fall off when you're switching hands, but we can live with that. The next figures from this line should be Huntress and Nightwing, which have been delayed to later next year. Well, this Harley was scheduled for April 2022, but who's counting anyway! More news at 11:00... "Opera-Shmopera!"
  7. A customized Knightmare Batman, made from the McFarlane Grim Knight, a wired coat and scarf from Ebay seller gpslot, and goggles from Mezco Doc Nocturnal. The figure has been moderately repainted for details and weathering. The shocktroops are the basic McFarlane Warhammer40K Darktide figs.
  8. A Million Little Things actor David Giuntoli will be voicing Batman for Warner Bros. Animation, DC, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment's Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham. The animated film is based on the 2001 graphic novel by Mike Mignola, Richard Pace, and Troy Nixey. It is part of DC’s Elseworlds line, which tells stories set outside the DC universe. Explorer Bruce Wayne in the 1920s accidentally unleashes an ancient evil and returns to Gotham after being away for two decades. Batman battles Lovecraftian supernatural forces and encounters allies and enemies such as Green Arrow, Ra’s al Ghul, Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc, Two-Face, and James Gordon. Additional voice cast includes Tati Gabrielle as Kai Li Cain, Christopher Gorham as Oliver Queen, John DiMaggio as James Gordon, Patrick Fabian as Harvey Dent, Brian George as Alfred, and Jason Marsden as Dick Grayson and Young Bruce Wayne, Karan Brar as Sanjay “Jay” Tawde; David Dastmalchian as Grendon; Navid Negahban as Ra’s al Ghul; Emily O’Brien as Talia al Ghul and Martha Wayne; Tim Russ as Lucius Fox; Matthew Waterson as Jason Blood/Etrigan; Jeffrey Combs as Kirk Langstrom; William Salyers as Cobblepot; Gideon Adlon as Oracle; and Darin De Paul as Thomas Wayne. Christopher Berkeley and Sam Liu will be co-directing from a script by Jase Ricci. Sam Liu, Jim Krieg, and Kimberly S. Moreau are producing, with Sam Register and Michael Uslan executive producing. Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham is expected in the spring of 2023. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
  9. As more and more Mezco One:12 Collective action figures are starting to come out, there was hope that a stray 'Processing soon' email would arrive in our mailboxes about the coveted 1989 Batman figure, a figure that has been delayed for over 2 years now (original release date was between August and October 2020). Unfortunately, it looks like we'll have to wait a little more, as ToyFarce was approached by a self-proclaimed time traveler, who confirmed to us that the figure is still not out in 2034! The time traveler introduced himself as Blizzorp3000 (he explained that in the future, we won't use first names and last names anymore, but rather our internet usernames), and said that he came from the year 2034. We were hoping that he would let us know about important upcoming events, or maybe lottery numbers or a sports almanac, but he said that that wasn't important. He was there to let us know one thing, and one thing only: The Mezco One:12 Collective 1989 Batman figure is still not out yet in 2034. When we asked why he would use a time machine to come and tell us that, he just shrugged and said he thought it was important. In fact, it was the most important thing to him. He then went back to his time machine and left. We are still not sure if it happens, or if this was a fever dream. More news at 11:00... This is heavy. *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  10. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the DC Multiverse Arkham Knight mini-wave from McFarlane Toys. Last week, we checked the Arkham City wave, with the Solomon Grundy "Collect To Build" figure. After that wave came out, McFarlane Toys doubled down by annoucing another Arkham video games-centric wave, with Red Hood, Scarecrow from Arkham Knight, and the Joker (infected version) from Arkham City (which also appeared in Arkham Knight that way). First off, Red Hood, as he appeared in the (forgettable) Red Hood Story pack DLC for Arkham Knight. Red Hood, or Jason Todd, was actually one of the main villains of the Arkham Knight game, the Arkham Knight himself (spoiler!), and turned good again during the game. The DLC was not mindblowing but gave us that cool design with the jacket and the hood over his mask. Red Hood comes with some of the weirdest effects (small explosion, and punch thing effect, maybe?), due to the 'no weapon' rule, BUT... he does come with trigger finger hands, and if you have a McFarlane Toys Munitions packs, you can get the perfect accessories for him (aka 2 guns). Scarecrow, as he appeared in Arkham Knight, is another beautifully sculpted figure. There was a 'Gold label' monochrome version of it that was released earlier, but I'm glad they decided to release a 'normal color' version (as if it was a surprise...). The Scarecrow was voiced by John Noble (LOTR, Fringe,...) in the game, for that extra spooky voice. It was the main villain of the game with the Arkham Knight, and the figure comes with zero accessories... He has needles for hands, I guess he doesn't need any! The infected Joker is what the Joker looked like in Arkham City, after injecting himself with the titan and becoming a huge monster at the end of the first game, Arkham Asylum. This figure is basically a repaint of the Arkham Asylum Joker, released during the first year of DC Multiverse, except he couldn't have a gun, so they gave him... a sword. You know, the one thing he never used in the game. Here are some comparison pics: McFarlane Toys Red Hood and Arkham Knight (spoilers!) McFarlane Toys and DC Collectibles Red Hood McFarlane Toys and DC Collectibles Scarecrow McFarlane Toys Arkham City and Arkham Asylum Joker McFarlane Toys and DC Direct Joker (Sickened) McFarlane Toys has announced a Arkham City Riddler since, and here's hoping for more Arkham goodness! More news at 11:00... This is how it happened. This is how the Batman died.
  11. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the DC Multiverse Arkham City wave from McFarlane Toys, with the Collect-to-Build Solomon Grundy (It's like a Build-a-figure, but with less lawsuits). The Arkham video game series is one of my favorite game franchise, so I needed that wave. Last week, we sadly lost Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman in the Animated Series and the Arkham video game series. Rest in Peace, Kevin. First off, Batman. Now, THAT is a Arkham City Batman. It is day and (dark) night compared to the Arkham Asylum one that McFarlane Toys released in their first year of DC Multiverse. This figure has the proportions (mostly) right, and a perfect head sculpt. Batman comes with a grappler gun, and Grundy's legs. Easily one of the top 3 DC Multiverse Batman figures for me (and God knows there is a ton of them...). Catwoman is also a nice figure, with a great headsculpt. The rubber 'diaper' is a bit too pronounced on the front, but whoever sculpted the back... really loves his job. A great attention to detail! Selina Kyle (spoilers!) comes with her whip, which could have been a bit more rubbery, as this one is made of solid plastic and does not move, and Grundy's chest. Oswald Cobblepot, the Penguin is the one that disappointed me the most in that wave, as he still looks really good, but the big rubber jacket basically turns him into a brick with arms. The details on the jacket are nice, though. The Penguin comes with an umbrella (which one is it?) and Grundy's head and jacket. Ra's Al Ghul, which was an important part of the game, is a bit bulkier than he was in the game (if i remember correctly), and has super saiyan hair. The figure looks pretty decent, with lots of details on his outfit. The leader of the League of Assassins comes with a sword with arabic writing on it, and Grundy's arms, the final part of the Collect-to-build figure. Solomon Grundy, born on a monday... The Collect-to-build figure is very easy to assemble (I have bad memories of the Last Knight on Earth Bane, which hurt my fingers a few times). You can choose to have the jacket on or go topless. The figure looks great, since it's a monster and McFarlane Toys knows how to make them, with lots of nice details and textures, the face looks awesome... BUT... it's a bit small. It's barely taller than the other figures from this line, while Grundy was a gigantic in the game, and could have been a 'Megafigure'. Here are comparison pics: McFarlane Toys Batman from Arkham Asylum, Arkham City and Arkham Knight McFarlane Toys and DC Direct Arkham City Batman McFarlane Toys and DC Direct Arkham City Catwoman McFarlane Toys and DC Direct Arkham City The Penguin McFarlane Toys and DC Direct Arkham City Ra's Al Ghul McFarlane Toys and DC Direct Arkham City Solomon Grundy (See what I mean when I said he's small? The DC Direct one is HUGE in comparison) More McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Arkham video game figures reviews to come! More news at 11:00... RIP Kevin Conroy
  12. One of Filmation’s most beloved animated series has been newly remastered in high definition for release on Blu-ray for the first time ever! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will distribute The Adventures of Batman: The Complete Collection on February 28, 2023, as a two-disc set featuring all 34 episodes of the classic series for $29.98 SRP (USA) and $39.99 SRP (Canada). The Adventures of Batman was one of the spotlight animated television series to be produced by Filmation, who generated more than 50 animated series, over a dozen television shorts, specials and movies, and eight feature films. The Adventures of Batman was also paired with another famous DC Super Hero to become The Batman/Superman Hour. Filmation veteran Olan Soule (Super Friends, The Towering Inferno) provided the voice of Batman, while American Top 40 co-founder & host Casey Kasem (Scooby-Doo franchise) played Robin. The supporting cast featured two-time Emmy Award winner Ted Knight (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Caddyshack) as Commissioner Gordon, Larry Storch (F Troop) as Joker, and Jane Webb (Sabrina the Teenage Witch, The Archie Show) as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl. Soule and Kasem became the reigning voices of Batman and Robin, respectively, for several years as the Dynamic Duo would appear in two The New Scooby-Doo Movies crossovers, various versions of Super Friends, and The New Adventures of Batman. Premiering on September 14, 1968, The Adventures of Batman also featured Batman’s primary rogues’ gallery at the time – Penguin, Mr. Freeze, Catwoman, Riddler, Scarecrow, Dollman, Mad Hatter and Simon the Pieman – as well as some notable team-ups of those villains. The 34 episodes in The Adventures of Batman: The Complete Collection are: My Crime Is Your Crime / A Bird Out of Hand The Cool, Cruel Mr. Freeze / The Joke’s on Robin How Many Herring in a Wheelbarrow? / In Again, Out Again Penguin The Nine Lives of Batman / Long John Joker Bubi, Bubi, Who’s Got the Ruby? / 1001 Faces of the Riddler The Big Birthday Caper / Two Penguins Too Many Partners in Peril / The Underworld Underground Caper Hizzoner the Joker / Freeze’s Frozen Vikings The Crime Computer / The Great Scarecrow Scare A Game of Cat and Mouse / Beware of Living Dolls Will the Real Robin Please Stand Up? / He Who Swipes the Ice, Goes to the Cooler Simon the Pieman / A Mad, Mad Tea Party From Catwoman with Love / Perilous Playthings A Perfidious Pieman Is Simon / Cool, Cruel Christmas Caper The Fiendishly Frigid Fraud / Enter the Judge The Jigsaw Jeopardy / Wrath of the Riddler It Takes Two to Make a Team / Opera Buffa
  13. Well, riddle me this! During the weekend, McFarlane Toys teased on social media the upcoming figure of the Arkham City version of the Riddler. But in true Riddler fashion, it may be that we will have to do some side quests in order to be able to acquire that figure: Find 247 Riddler Trophies, just like in the video game! The DC Multiverse line has been focusing on the Arkham video games designs lately, with a wave of 4 Arkham City figures with a 'Collect-To-Build' Solomon Grundy figure (it's like a 'Build-a-figure', but with less lawsuits). Then, that same 'Collect-to-Build' wave but in grey and black, like in the promo pictures of the Arkham City game (Gold Label... shouldn't it be Grey Label?). Also, another 3 figures from Arkham Knight were just released (Scarecrow, Red Hood and Joker), with 2 of them having a Gold Label version as well (the Gold Label versions being monochrome versions of Scarecrow and Red Hood). #NotConfusing To prepare for his official announcement, the Riddler has hidden 247 Riddler Trophies all around your collection, and if you manage to find them all, including that one under the Detolf glass cabinet that is impossible to reach, that you have already tried 14 times and is challenging your sanity, or that one where you need to freeze and break the wall of your bathroom, you will then be able to order the figure. A proof that you found them all will be required at check out. More news at 11:00... I really hope we don't have to do the Batmobile race track challenges too! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  14. Batman: The Long Halloween – Deluxe Edition, the complete intense thriller with added mature content, arrives TODAY in 4K for the very first time! Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the R-rated animated film is being distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, as well as on Blu-ray+Digital, Blu-ray (only available in Canada), and Digital. To celebrate the release of the highly anticipated title, WBHE is offering a sneak peek at a clip from an engaging bonus feature entitled Batman: The Long Halloween – The Evolution of Evil that accompanies Batman: The Long Halloween – Deluxe Edition. Clinical psychologist Dr. Drea Letamendi, the key voice in this clip that describes the commonalities across the film’s heroes and villains alike, is joined in the featurette by original comic writer Jeph Loeb, executive producer Butch Lukic, and screenwriter Tim Sheridan.
  15. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the latest entry in the DC Comics Batman: Hush line from MAFEX, the Stealth Jumper Batman. MAFEX and Batman; Hush, name a more iconic duo. I'll wait. With the 5 previous figures from that line being as great as they were, it was time for MAFEX to release a figure that's a little more mid, and the Stealth Jumper Batman is as dispensable as it gets! If you already have the normal Batman, you don't really need it. Only completists (such as your truly) and people who like the design will get it. That suit appears in 3 panels in the entire Batman: Hush story arc (and is in the dark in 2 of them). But how is the figure, though? The Stealth Jumper Batman comes with 5 extra set of hands, and 2 batarangs. He looks like he was taken straight out of the comic book, as is tradition with MAFEX. The sculpt and details of the suit are perfect, and the figure is highly articulated, as we are used to with the Medicom brand. The texture of the suit, and the details on the breathing apparatus are great. He even has a parachute bag hidden under his cape. All in all, it's not a bad figure at all. It has a better (and smaller) cape than the normal Batman, which is definitely an improvement. We can't really move his head, because of the breathing thingy, only slightly turn it to the left or right, unfortunately. Other than that, with all the extra hands, there's tons of display possibilities. Now, did we really need that figure, over the upcoming Harley Quinn, Huntress or Nightwing? Not really. The Stealth Jumper Batman already had an action figure in the third wave of DC Direct Batman: Hush figures in 2005, and if i remember correctly, that figure was peg-warming pretty hard back then, and can still be found for around the same price on eBay 17 years later. The DC Direct line had 15 figures (3 waves of 5), and MAFEX has released 6 of them so far, with 3 more already announced. Could it be that if they made the Stealth Jumper Batman after all the other "heavy hitters", they might have not sold it as well? How about the remaining 6 figures from DC Direct (Poison Ivy, Riddler, Scarecrow, Ras al Ghul, Commissioner Gordon, Alfred)? Are they also coming? Are we going to get a MAFEX Alfred?! So many questions! More news at 11:00... "Why are you doing this?" (Talia al Ghul to Batman, in the only panel where he wears that suit. Also, me to MAFEX).
  16. A custom Batmobile and Batman (2022 movie). Batmobile: Spin Master Lights and Sounds Batmobile Removed flame effects Complete exterior repaint Lights and sound retained Batman: Joy Toy Skull Squadron body base (repainted armour) Custom wired leather cape Scratch built gauntlets, Bat insignia, forearm tasers and modified holster and grappling gun Carved down original Spin Master head and complete repaint
  17. Another day, another Batman figure announced by McFarlane Toys. The DC Multiverse Arkham City Batman and the Page Punchers Injustice 2 Batman figures were announced in the last week, and today, a new DC Multiverse Gold Label Batman The Animated Series 30th Anniversary figure with diorama set has been revealed as part of the Target Fall Geek-Out event. Collectors immediately rushed to their keyboards to complain... "Todd McFarlane needs to stop to make so many Batman figures!" said Josh, a Marvel Legends collector with 48+ Wolverine figures. "We need more variety in the line" replied a Star Wars The Black Series collector with over 18 different Boba Fett. "That's way too many Batman figures!" said Johnny, a SH Figuarts Dragon Ball Z collector with 17+ Goku figures. "At least, we don't have that problem with Mezco...", said a collector with around 12 different Gomez figures. We will keep you informed as more Batman figures will be announced. More news at 11:00... "Where is my figure of *insert obscure character*, Todd?" *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  18. Ok, this took a little time, mostly because of the belt. It was removed from a bendy figure then, I repainted the gray to a lighter tone and the blue to the Super Powers colors. Hope you enjoy this and leave feedback. Who's next? You decide. (actually I, will. But more to come.)
  19. Just a simple repaint of the recent McFarlane toys Super Powers Batman in black. Also painted the belt a slightly darker desert yellow and added a better kenner Dark Knight collection black cape. ( Get rid of the ribbon material, Todd.) Hope you enjoy, and leave feedback. More to come.
  20. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the resurrected Batman: The Adventures Continue line by DC Direct, under the McFarlane Toys banner. I have been a huge fan of the Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures lines from DC Direct since the very first wave, and bought every single one of them as they came out, so I was devastated when they announced DC Direct was gone, and that they wouldn't release the last few figures that were announced. Fast forward to a few years later, when McFarlane Toys announced that he was reviving DC Direct, and i was full of hope again! First, the Batman version 2 (cel shaded). Batman version 2 comes with 3 extra pairs of hands, a batarang, a grapnel launcher and a hand with the grapnel launcher in it. This figure is pretty much a repaint of the very first figure from the DC Direct line from 2014, but with some nicer paint apps, and cel shading (the same cel shading as the Marvel Legends VHS Wolverine, complete with shadows on the inner thigh making it look like he soiled himself). This figure has never been known to have amazing articulations, but man, does it look good on a shelf. I've always liked his presence, the accurate design making it look straight out of the animated series (which they didn't manage to reproduce with the Animated Series one, in my opinion. There's something off about it but I can't place my finger on it). Comparison pics with the original DC Direct one from 2014, and the MAFEX version from last year. Catwoman is another straight repaint from the one from the very first wave from 2014, except the paint apps are a lot better (and she doesn't come with Isis the cat...). Also, we finally get an unmasked Selina Kyle head! The unmasked head had only been available with the Mondo 1:6 version, so it's nice to finally have it in 1:12. She also comes with 2 extra pairs of hands and a whip. As all the female releases from that line, this figure feels very brittle, since it's the same design as in the Animated Series, with really thin legs and arms. Comparison pics with the original DC Direct one from 2014. The Batman Who Laughs is one of those figures from that line of a character that never appeared in the Animated Series, but here is what he would look like if he did, as if Bruce Timm designed it for the show (just like Red Hood, Deathstroke, Azrael and the Armored Batman in the 2 previous waves). The Batman Who Laughs comes with 2 extra hands, a mace and a chain batarang. To me, this is where this line is fun, when they bring characters that weren't in the show with that design. I could do without the repaints, even. Give us more of those! The Batman Who Laughs looks amazing in the Animated Series style. There were also a Vampire Batman, Talon, Flashpoint Batman and Hush, along with cel shaded repaints of Batgirl and Tim Drake Robin that had been shown at various conventions before DC Direct shut down, so here's hoping that these will see the light of day as well! More news at 11:00... The Adventures Continue... now with cel shading!
  21. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce reviews! This week, we're having a look at the Joker figure from the New Batman Adventures animated series from MAFEX. Last november, we did a review of the Batman figure from that same line (which can be found here), and it only took about 8 months for another figure to come out (sweet, sweet delays). Like the Batman figure, this is not exactly the design that we wanted (The Animated Series), but it is the one from The New Batman Adventures show, which are not as celebrated... The box is the usual square-ish box that we get from MAFEX, with window at the front. At first glance, it looks like this figure doesn't have much accessories, but there are a few more hands hidden behind the cardboard. Like the Batman before him, the box uses a lot of blue, like the DC Collectibles line used to do (blue = New Adventures, red= Animated Series). Hopefully, we'll see some red boxes soon! The Clown Prince of Crime comes with 5 extra sets of hands + a pointing one (13 hands in total!), another headsculpt, a wallet, dollar bills, a paper plane made with a dollar bill, and a knife. No gun, obviously, even if a fake gun with a flag that says 'bang' would have been a fun accessory for him. This is a pretty weird figure for MAFEX, who usually have great articulations, but that Joker cannot do much. No bicep swivels and no thigh swivels means you can't really pose him in a lot of different ways. I get that it was probably to avoid ugly cuts on the purple suit, but it's still disappointing. The figure can crunch forward a bit, if you move the belt out of the way to allow more movement, but it's still not much, since the jacket would hinder more movement. The butterfly joints also look a bit weird, and act as extensions to the suit (pointy shoulders). So considering all that, paying the full MAFEX price for a figure that cannot do half of what the usual MAFEX figures can do kinda stings. It does look great, however, and comes with fun accessories, reminiscent of 'Joker's Millions', that episode where the Joker admits that he's crazy enough to fight with Batman, but not with the IRS. "If I don't pay my taxes, I'll go to jail!", he said. With the MAFEX Hush line being one of the best Batman line out there, it's kinda disappointing that the same effort was not put into the New Batman Adventures line. Let's hope that the next ones will have a bit more work put into them (and that they use the Animated Series designs instead!). More news at 11:00... I'm crazy enough to take on Batman; but IRS? No thank you!
  22. Legacies must rise to unearthly challenges as the children of Batman and Superman are charged with saving their famous fathers – and the world – in Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons. Warner Bros. Animation’s first-ever all-CG animated, feature-length film will be available from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack (USA $29.99 SRP; Canada $34.99 SRP), Blu-ray (USA $24.99 SRP; Canada $29.99 SRP) and Digital on October 18, 2022. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, the PG-13 rated Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons begins as 11-year-old Jonathan Kent discovers he has superpowers, thrusting the half-Kryptonian into the complicated world of Super Heroes and Super-Villains – who are now under attack by a malevolent alien force known as Starro! It’s a race against time as Jonathan must join forces with assassin-turned-Boy-Wonder Damian Wayne to rescue their fathers (Superman & Batman) and save the planet by becoming the Super Sons they were destined to be! Jack Dylan Glazer (Shazam!, Luca, It) and Jack Griffo (The Thundermans) lead the voice cast as Jonathan Kent and Damian Wayne, respectively. The supporting cast features Troy Baker (The Last of Us, Batman: The Long Halloween) as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Travis Willingham (Critical Role, Sofia The First) as Superman/Clark Kent, Laura Bailey (The Legend of Vox Machina, Naruto: Shippûden) as Lois Lane, Darin De Paul (Overwatch, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge) as Lex Luthor & Starro, Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants) as Green Arrow & Penguin, Zeno Robinson (Big City Greens, Pokémon) as Jimmy Olsen & Melvin Masters, Nolan North (Uncharted video game franchise, Young Justice, Pretty Little Liars) as Jor-El, and Myrna Velasco (DC Super Hero Girls, Star Wars Resistance) as Wonder Girl & Lara. Matt Peters (Justice League Dark: Apokolips War) directs Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons from a script penned by Jeremy Adams (Mortal Kombat Legends franchise). Producer is Jim Krieg (Batman: Gotham By Gaslight) and Supervising Producer is Rick Morales (Injustice, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders). Executive Producer is Michael Uslan. Sam Register is Executive Producer. Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons – Special Features 4K, Blu-ray, and Digital Rival Sons: Jonathan and Damian (New Featurette) – Legacies collide as Jonathan Kent and Damian Wayne set aside their differences, forming an unlikely alliance to save the world. Spend some time with the expansive canon of popular DC Universe Movies, DC Animated Movies, and many other animated DC films and television series by checking out HBO Max! BASICS 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital Combo Pack $29.99 USA Blu-ray + Digital $24.99 USA 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray Combo Pack $34.99 Canada Blu-ray $29.99 Canada 4K/Blu-ray Languages: English, German, Spanish, French Blu-ray Subtitles: English, German, Spanish, French Running Time: 79 minutes Rated PG-13
  23. Custom Harley Quinn figure.Mcfarlane Multiverse classic Harley body.Head is from Arkham Knight DC collectibles Harley Quinn. Slight lollipop syndrome in back but not too bad. Head swap was super easy to do as peg fits great onto neck.
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