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  1. After "Pre-Sold out" figures, and some online stores having "Pre-order sold out" items, McFarlane Toys keeps pushing the envelope for the toy industry, by introducing a brand new ground-breaking concept: the "Sold out crowdfunding campaign"! ToyFarce investigated... Earlier this week, McFarlane Toys announced that a 24" statue of Spawn and Batman would be available through a new crowdfunding campaign system called the McFarlane Toys Collector's Club Drawing Board. A gorgeous statue, which depicts the cover of the Spawn/Batman comic book from 1994. Yesterday, the McFarlane Toys Collector's Club Drawing Board website went live, and... we had some questions. A crowdfunding campaign, with a limited number of items? So... isn't that just a normal sale then? Also, there were 4 different rewards tiers (one with the statue only, one with statue and comics, one with statue and signed comics, and one with statue and action figures 2-pack), but they were all at the same price of $500... Basically, a normal sale with first come, first served rewards? The website also showed the numbers in the negative in the first hours, making it even more confusing. Needless to say, the campaign was funded really fast (15 minutes according to McFarlane Toys), and all 500 units have now been sold. "We were already used to items that sell out in seconds, but we had never seen crowdfunding campaigns that sell out in minutes. Truly avant-garde, bleeding edge stuff!" There are still 24 days to go for the crowdfunding campaign, which is, once again, already sold out. More info on the McFarlane Toys Collector's Club Drawing Board website! More news at 11:00... The next innovation will probably be the "Sold out reveal" - you heard it here first! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  2. iT noT wEdnEsdAy, anD yOu doN't knoW whAt tHat mEanS: ToyFarce rEvieW! tHis weEk, wE noT hAviNg a looK aT tHe DC Multiverse Bizarro and Batzarro tWo-paCk bY McFarlane Toys! tHosE figUres noT iNspiRed by thE Ed McGuiness dEsiGns frOm tHe Superman/Batman: Public Enemies rUn, nOt wriTteN bY Jeph Loeb. FiguRes loOk verY teRriBle, anD mE noT happY wiTh tHem! alSo, Amazon Exclusive DC Gold Label Parallax (Zero Hour: Crisis in Time) wHo dOesN't gLow iN tHe dArk! (I think I'll stop here with the Bizarro talk...) Bizarro and Batzarro come with an extra set of hands each (closed fists), Bizarro has his Bizarro #1 medal, there's also a big 'environmental' base and the usual trading cards. Both figures look like they were taken right out of the comic book. The head sculpts are simply amazing. It's clear that McFarlane Toys re-used the bodies of The Dark Knight Returns figures and just changed the heads, but the proportions do just work so well with those. Sure, there's the Batman logo that can still be seen under the upside down Batzarro logo, which is a bit sloppy, but it still kinda works with him. His belt is also upside down, and the pouches are empty. They're big dumb fun figures of big dumb fun characters. Staying on the subject of McFarlane Toys, the Amazon Exclusive DC Gold Label Parallax (Zero Hour: Crisis in Time) Glow in the Dark Edition is also a great figure. The previous DC Multiverse Parallax figure didn't do it for me (wrong hair color, suit a bit too dark), but this one was just to good to pass on. Plus, it glows in the dark, which is always a fun feature! The green semi-translucent glow-in-the-dark plastic gives it the perfect color. The cape also looks awesome. Parallax comes with a Green Lantern power battery, 2 energy effects, a trading card with a stand, and a base with the Green Lantern logo on it. The figure also looks great in the dark, with all the green parts glowing. Another great release! More news at 11:00... it nEveR niCe tO haVe gReaT lOokiNg fiGurEs!
  3. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the 1/6 scale figure of the Phantasm from the Batman: Mask of the Phantasm movie by Mondo! More precisely, the Timed edition which was available for a limited time on Mondo's website, that has some great exclusive accessories, including the whole top half of another figure! Did Mondo spoil the big twist of the movie for a second time... 31 years after Kenner did? *gasp* Batman: Mask of the Phantasm came out in 1993 and was the first movie inspired by Batman: The Animated Series. To this day, it is still considered one of the best Batman movies and is at the top of the list of many Batman fans. The movie included the first appearance of the Phantasm, a brand new villain who is getting rid of gangsters who are all linked together by a death in the past, while Bruce Wayne rekindles a flame with an old girlfriend, Andrea Beaumont. The movie had been notoriously spoiled when it came out by Kenner, who had released the action figures of the movie, and the Phantasm figure included Andrea's identity. The Phantasm figure by Mondo includes 2 extra hands, an extra blade with acid effects, a hand with a nice twirling smoke effect, and a stand. The Limited edition included an extra hood, the whole top half of Andrea Beaumont and a smoke effect that attaches nicely to the stand. Once again, a gorgeous figure by Mondo. The paint and sculpt are amazing, huge shout out to Alex Brewer (@fanplasticfour) and Tom Rozejowski (@zelu1984) and the rest of the team behind this figure. The cel shading is discreet, yet very nice (take notes, McFarlane Toys!). The extra hands with effects are great. The figure is a bit top heavy with the big cape but since the stand had a nice smoke effect hiding it, I'll be using that (I usually try not to use the stands on those figures, unless absolutely necessary, to save some space)! The next figure revealed by Mondo is Bane, which will come with an extra 'hulked-out' torso (probably the limited edition again). More news at 11:00... Your Angel of Death awaits... (Whoa! never thought Andrea was Slayer fan!)
  4. It's the ToyFarce after Wrestlemania! Not as popular as the Raw after Wrestlemania, but still up there for at least 3 people! The Showcase of the Immortals took place this weekend, and what a show it was! We are still feeling the afterglow of the event, and ToyFarce got the scoop that, immediately after Cody Rhodes finished the story, there was a spike in the sales of the new DC Multiverse Mister Zsasz (Gold Label). Could it be that fans, in their excitement, mistook the Batman villain for the American Nightmare? ToyFarce investigated... "It was all planned!" said an anonymous source, who works for McFarlane Toys. "The design of the figure, the announcement the day after Monday Night Raw, the figure being available for pre-order during Wrestlemania week, so that the picture keep floating on everyone's social media feeds, so that when Cody wins, in the euphoria of the moment, they'd pre-order one... It's a bit like those direct-to-DVD movies that have a title close enough to the big blockbusters, so that people get confused and buy it, thinking it's the real deal!" Of course, we are aware that this DC Multiverse Mister Zsasz (Gold Label) figure represents the classic design from the comic books drawn by Norm Breyfogle, which can be an odd choice, but a welcome deep cut for Batman fans (his eyes, though!). "I just hope there will be a chase version, with the American Nightmare logo he has tattooed in his neck tattooed all over his body, instead of the tally marks!" said a collector who's happy to get a 7" Cody Rhodes figure. More news at 11:00... Adrenaline, in my soul, Mister Zsasz is Cody Rhodes! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  5. Thought I'd start a post showing some of my Superman/DC comics collection that I love so much. Tell me what you all think. And also feel free to show images of your collection.
  6. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the massive Batman: The Animated Series Man-Bat one sixth scale figure by Mondo. What a BEAST! I was blown away by how big the box was, and the figure definitely does justice to Dr. Langstrom's alter ego. The sculpt and paint are second to none, and it looks like it came right out of the screen. As mentioned in the intro, the box is HUGE, with beautiful art on it, as is tradition with Mondo. They make it really hard for us who usually get rid of the packaging, and I still have all the Batman: The Animated Series figure boxes that they did... Please, Mondo, make an ugly box next time! The box has 2 big inserts, one with the figure and extra heads, the other with the gigantic open wings of the SDCC Exclusive version. Man-Bat, aka Dr. Kirk Langstrom who developed a serum that turns him into a giant bat creature, is a fantastic, massive figure, especially for a 1/6 scale. The paint and sculpt are amazing, huge shout out to Alex Brewer (@fanplasticfour) and Tom Rozejowski (@zelu1984) and the rest of the team behind this beautiful figure. Man-Bat (SDCC version) comes with 4 extra head sculpts (normal, sad, screaming and mid-transformation), a torn shirt, the wide open wings and a batman symbol logo. It's a gorgeous figure, which will have me rethink the way I wanted to display it. The whole time I was thinking about displaying it with wings wide open (sing that to Creed's tune... With wiiiings wide opaaaahn!), but I gotta say that I love the crouching pose with bent wings... My only nitpicks are that it is quite "top heavy" also, so it's pretty difficult to pose him in a way that won't fall, and the stand included is a bit too long and won't allow for a crouching pose... Since he'll be on top of a Detolf, I have to find a 'secure' pose. Decisions, decisions... Another home-run from Mondo. The next figure in the Mondo Batman: The Animated Series 1/6 scale figure line is the Mask of the Phantasm (which is already on its way!). Review coming soon... More news at 11:00... "SCREEEEEEEEEEECH!" (actual Man-Bat quote)
  7. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, ToyFarce proudly presents the DC Multiverse Batman and Robin wave with Mr. Freeze build-a-fi... Collect-to-Build figure! This is a special one for ToyFarce, a review over 3 years in the making after 'leaking' that wave in 2021, everybody laughed, and look at us now... ToyFarce wished that wave into existence, and we couldn't be happier with the result! In January 2021, McFarlane was barely a year into the DC Multiverse line, and after seeing a few posts about 'leaks' of upcoming figures, we decided to post the most absurd list of 'leaked upcoming figures', which consisted of figures from Batman Forever and Batman and Robin, everyone's 2 favorite Batman movies. The reception was pretty great, with lots of collectors commenting that it was either totally fake, very wrong of them to do that, or that they would still buy them. Over the last 3 years, the article kept popping up every now and then on the internet, with collectors asking "Hey, is this still happening? When?". Fast forward to San Diego Comic Con 2023, when McFarlane Toys actually announced that wave. And now, they're here! There has been a few instances of ToyFarce articles ending up happening, but this is my favorite one! Batman, as portrayed by George Clooney, is a stunning figure. It's a darker version of the ones from the Batman Ultimate Movie Collection 6-pack, which already looked great. Batman comes with a couple of small ice freeze effects and the legs of Mr. Freeze. Sadly, no Bat credit card accessory! Robin, played by Chris O'Donnell, also looks great. He comes with 2 bigger ice freeze effects and the arms of Mr. Freeze. The likeness is pretty good, compared to the early DC Multiverse live action figures. Batgirl, portrayed by Alicia Silverstone, looks pretty good as well (perhaps better than the one in the movie?). She comes with Mr. Freeze's head, shoulder pads and freeze gun, with freezing effect! Poison Ivy, played by Uma Thurman, is the sleeper hit of that wave, I feel. The likeness is actually pretty good! She comes with Mr. Freeze's "trunk". There has been no words about if we can expect more, but there are definitely a few more characters or suits from that movie that would make great figures: the Ice Suits for Batman, Robin and Batgirl, Bane, a few other outfits for Poison Ivy (especially the Gorilla suit!). Looking forward to see those as Gold Label! More news at 11:00... Still crossing fingers for that Batman Forever wave we leaked as well!
  8. New McFarlane Toys gimmick alert! Yesterday, Todd McFarlane revealed the very cool upcoming McFarlane Toys Gamestop Exclusive DC Multiverse Batman Rebirth (Frostbite) Gold Label action figure (that's a mouthful...of ice!), a translucent blue Batman figure. ToyFarce got the exclusive scoop that this will not be the only figure with that gimmick, as there are plans to develop refreshing, tasty treats for next summer: the Bat-popsicles! An insider source revealed to us that this McFarlane Toys Gamestop Exclusive DC Multiverse Batman Rebirth (Frostbite) Gold Label (or MFTGEDCMBRFGL, if you will) is just a small taste of what's to come. There are plans to re-use the molds to make "super sexy Batman ice creams, Bat-popsicles, pow!", in Todd McFarlane's own words. The flavors should be Bat blue raspberry, Harley Quinn strawberry, Joker berry punch, Batgirl lemon, Riddler mint, Clayface cola and orange. These should be available in Q3 2024. Be careful not to get your tongue stuck! Alright, everyone... Chill! Which flavor are you looking forward the most? More news at 11:00... Mr Freeze would be so proud! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  9. It's Wednedsay, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Poison Ivy figure from the Batman: Hush line from MAFEX. The latest entry in that amazing line, Ivy was one I was really looking forward since she is one of my favorite villains in Batman's rogue gallery. Pamela Isley, aka Poison Ivy comes with an extra head, 7 extra hands, 2 suitcases (one open and one closed), a wad of cash, and several vine/plant pieces to add to the figure. The figure arrives 'nude', and you attach the vine/plant pieces on her to make her look more 'full'. It's a fun feature, and the vines look better on the figure than if they were just painted on her, but it does make her a bit trickier to pose/play with. They tend to fall off when you play with her articulations. Speaking of articulations, just like the Catwoman and Harley Quinn figures before her, it's a beautifully articulated figures (which could have used a thigh swivel, especially since it would have been covered with the vines, but one can only dream). The colors really pop and she definitely catches the eye when looking at that MAFEX Batman: Hush shelf, which is now 10 figures strong (11 if you count the black and grey Batman repaint)! Riddler and Scarecrow will be the next figures in that line, and we do not know yet if there will be more (I believe a Robin was rumored). My theory about MAFEX doing the same figures that DC Direct did 20 years ago is still valid (why else would they have done the Stealth Suit Batman otherwise?). That would leave Commissioner Gordon, Ra's Al Ghul and Alfred, which I highly doubt we'll get to ^^ More news at 11:00... "No man can resist me. Even Superman."
  10. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Batman: The Animated Series Condiment King wave from McFarlane Toys/DC Direct, or basically, the Condiment King figure with its 4 'other figures' accessories. Spoiler: this is not going to be a nice review, those figures are not great. Sadly, they look and feel like bootleg versions of the original ones. The packaging is pretty nice, has a very retro feel, with drawings from the series on the side (which look nothing like the figures in the packaging, but I digress...). The whole point of that wave was the build-a-figure, which is the only new release. As an completist (or in other words, an idiot), I got the wave because I wanted the new figure. They were fairly easy to get, I ordered them on Target's website and they arrived a few weeks later. First, the caped crusader himself, Batman. Honestly, this figure is quite terrible. The shiny plastic and the look of it make it feel like a bootleg version of the original DC Collectibles figures. They used the body of the Batman figure that came with the Batcycle (and sold the figure and the Batcycle separately this time around... Yay!), which has a god awful ab-crunch, and used a different head, I believe (which looks more like the New Adventures of Batman head sculpt). It looks clunky, doesn't articulate well, and the right leg broke as I got it out of the box (it's holding up with blutac on the pictures). It comes with 5 extra hands, his grapnel launcher, a batarang, and the Condiment King's arms. I understand that we need Batman on the shelves for people to get in the line, but we've already had 4 re-issues of that one from DC Collectibles (+ the Batcycle one), so this mash-up of all figures doesn't really make sense. Also, the cel shading looks very bad. Robin, the boy wonder, also feels like an unofficial version of the original DC Collectibles figure. Shiny plastic, the cape is not even painted yellow on the inside... What is going on, McFarlane Toys? Robin comes with 5 extra hands, a rubber bola and the Condiment King's legs. Just like the old figure, he has articulations but doesn't move well. This figure was already released twice (and DC Direct did the cel shading a lot better), so apart from getting the Condiment King parts, there is also no point for it. Mr Freeze is another figure that was released a few times before. It wasn't the best figure in the old Batman: the Animated series line, and it still isn't today. The colors are a bit off, and very shiny. They used the same rubber parts on the joints like the old figure, which disintegrate fast, sadly. Mr Freeze was first released in the GCPD Rogue's Gallery set, and was available later as an individual release, so this one is the third one. He comes with 8 extra hands, his freeze gun and the Condiment's King backpack with ketchup and mustard guns. Finally, the Scarecrow. Well, it's not the worst of the wave, I guess. He does look like a very shiny copy of the original one. He comes with 2 hands, an unmasked head and a scythe, just like the old figure did, as well as the whole bust and head of the Condiment King (who separated the build-a-figure? I feel like it's really uneven. One gets a backpack, the other gets half a body). The Jonathan Crane head has less paint on it than the original release. Alright, so... after going through so much, you'd think the Condiment King figure will be worth it, right? Well... eh. The figure looks cool, despite the bad cel shading, but the legs on mine were really loose (nothing that a drop of super glue before moving the joints in every direction didn't fix, but still...). It's slightly bigger than the other figures in the line too, so it doesn't scale really well. I guess there can't only be great figures. Sometimes, you're gonna pick something and gonna be disappointed. That's the life of a collector! More news at 11:00... "Ah, the big bad Bat-guy. I knew you'd ketchup to me sooner or later! How I've relished this meeting!"
  11. James Gunn, the co-head of DC Studios, has confirmed that Matt Reeves is expanding The Batman universe and working on a series set within the new DC Universe. Gunn responded to fans on social media and shared that Reeves is producing an Arkham series, which takes place in the Batman universe. When asked about other projects in the "Batverse," Gunn confirmed that currently, there are only two projects: The Batman: Part II and the Penguin series, in addition to the Arkham series. Gunn praised Reeves as a director and producer, mentioning that he will be involved in storytelling within his own Batman universe and the broader DCU. Gunn clarified that the Arkham series was always intended to be part of the DCU, not the Elseworlds alternate universe. He also revealed that the concept for the Arkham series was one of the first pitches they bought when he and Peter Safran joined the project. Source: Deadline
  12. A recreation of the Batmobile causing havoc in the Axis Chemical factory from the Batman89 film.
  13. Warner Bros. Games and DC today announced Batman: Arkham Trilogy for Nintendo Switch, a compilation of Rocksteady Studios’ award-winning videogames that brings together the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight in one iconic package. Batman: Arkham Trilogy is scheduled to launch for Nintendo Switch this fall 2023, complete with all previously released downloadable content (DLC) from all three titles. The trilogy is being developed for Nintendo Switch by Turn Me Up Games. Developed by Rocksteady Studios and released in 2009, Batman: Arkham Asylum is where it all started. The game set the stage for DC’s “Arkhamverse” that fans know and love today and introduced players to a unique, dark, and atmospheric adventure that takes players to the depths of the infamous Arkham Asylum. Featuring an original story, players move in the shadows as Batman to instill fear amongst enemies and confront The Joker and Gotham City's most notorious villains, including Harley Quinn, Bane, Killer Croc, Poison Ivy, and Scarecrow, who have taken over the asylum. Batman: Arkham City is Rocksteady Studios’ 2011 follow-up that builds upon the intense, atmospheric foundation of Batman: Arkham Asylum. The game sends players soaring through the expansive Arkham City – the maximum security “home” for all of Gotham City’s thugs, gangsters, and insane criminal masterminds. Featuring an incredible Rogues Gallery of Gotham City’s most dangerous criminals including Catwoman, The Joker, The Riddler, Two-Face, Harley Quinn, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze, and many others, the game allows players to experience what it feels like to be The Dark Knight and deliver justice to those confined within Arkham City. Batman: Arkham Knight raises the stakes for The Dark Knight in Rocksteady Studios’ 2015 finale to the multi-award-winning trio of Batman: Arkham games. In this epic conclusion to the Arkhamverse story arc, the fate of Gotham City hangs in the balance as Scarecrow is joined by the Arkham Knight, making his villainous debut in DC’s Batman Universe, as well as a roster of notorious DC Super-Villains including Harley Quinn, The Penguin, Two-Face, Firefly, and the Riddler. Joining The World’s Greatest Detective are his closest allies, Commissioner Gordon, Oracle, Alfred, Lucius Fox, Catwoman, Robin, and Nightwing. The game culminates in the ultimate showdown in Gotham City and introduces players to the complete Batman experience with the Batmobile that is fully drivable throughout the open game world and capable of transformation from high-speed Pursuit Mode to military-grade Battle Mode.
  14. SHOCKING REVELATION! During a recent interview with Spawn, we asked what led to the return of a Spawn line of action figures in 2021, and it turns out it was... jealousy? Spawn action figures had been a staple of McFarlane Toys since the very beginning, so when they got the DC Comics license and started to produce more Batman figures than Spawn, something had to be done! During a recent interview with Spawn, we talked about the 90's, when Spawn was one of the biggest things in the world of comic books, selling millions of issues, but also in action figures and collectibles, with the launch of McFarlane Toys (which was called 'Todd Toys' at the time). "I have very fond memories of that period. People knew I was the G.O.A.T. Comics, animated series, a movie, action figures... You couldn't go to any comic book store without seeing Spawn." From 1994 to 2008, over 34 waves of Spawn action figures were produced. It would then take years before we would see another Spawn action figures... "Those were dark times, to say the least. Some say I, Spawn, had saturated the market, and it was just a good business decision to lay low for a while. There had been too many Spawn figures..." Enter DC Comics: In late 2019, McFarlane Toys announced that they acquired the DC Comics license and would produce action figures of acclaimed DC superheroes, starting in 2020. "That's where it started to bug me... In January 2020, McFarlane Toys announced the first wave of DC Multiverse figures. In that first wave, there were already 3 Batman figures (4 if you count the Batman who Laughs!). Then another wave was announced, with another Batman. Then another..." In March 2020, the first Spawn figure in years was announced as part of the Mortal Kombat 11 line. "I had to come back, but I had to be smart about it. I had to test the waters first... but after 3 different releases of that same figure, with different weapons, we knew it was time". McFarlane Toys would then announce a return to Spawn, with a Kickstarter campaign of the very first Original Spawn figure REMASTERED... followed later by a new line of Spawn action figures. "You see, Todd was making too many Batman figures... and I took that personally". Even though there are still tons of Batman figures being produced, there are now tons of Spawn figures being produced as well. Since the first figure, we have had several different flavors of the Mortal Kombat Spawn, a Gunslinger Spawn, a Mandarin Spawn, a Ninja Spawn, a Spawn with a throne, a Nightmare Spawn, an Omega Spawn,... and soon a King Spawn! "We even buried the hatchet with Batman and a comic book and an action figure 2-pack came out! Everything is as it should be." More news at 11:00... The Last Spawn. *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  15. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the brand new Harley Quinn 1/6 scale figure from the Batman: The Animated Series line by Mondo. This line has been pretty awesome so far, and Harley Quinn is another homerun. The deeper we get into that line, the better it gets! As is tradition, the box is one of those boxes that you just can't throw away. They're also pretty big, so you have to have some space to store them (thanks, Mondo...). The front of the box opens to reveal a window, with velcro (which used to be magnets). This is the timed edition of the figure, which has a few bonus items, including the hyenas. There are 2 levels of inserts. Harleen Quinzel, aka Harley Quinn comes with a ton of fun accessories: 4 extra heads (including an unmasked one), 4 extra pairs of hands, her 2 hyenas Bud and Lou, with their bowl, a steak and a bone, a hammer, a joker scepter, a handbag, a mannequin arm, Batman's belt, Batman's handcuffs, her purse, a bottle of poison perfume and a certificate that declares her sane. This set is really close to be the 12-inch version of the DC Collectibles Expression set, minus the fish outfit, a couple of firearms and a few heads. The heads are relatively easy to change, the pegs on the hands are slightly too short, with the hands getting out of the pegs easily if you move the figure around too much. The Hyenas have no articulation at all, which is a bit sad. A neck articulation at least would have made them slightly better. The articulation is way better than Mondo's previous Catwoman figure, and Harley can definitely move a bit better. The next 1/6 scale Batman: The Animated Series figures from Mondo are Man-Bat and the Phantasm from Mask of the Phantasm (both were already pre-ordered with the quickness). More news at 11:00... RIP Arleen Sorkin
  16. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers collection is Nightwing.(in the outfit the way that I hoped we would get.) Love that disco flare. Made from a McFarlane Flash base and Nightwing head, Marvel Universe Morbius collar, and a lot of hours on the paint. I hope you enjoy this, and as always, More to come.
  17. When it was announced that we would be getting a Tim Drake Robin in the McFarlane Super Powers line, I hoped it would be this version of the suit. But since it wasn't, I decided to make my own. Using the McFarlane Super Powets Robin as a base, Hush Batman belt, and head from my fodder bin. I cobbled together this. The cape is from the Batman Returns figure, and is just a place holder until I order a proper Batman styled double sided cape from the one and only, Capemaster. Hope you enjoy this take, and hit the like button if you do. As always, more to come.
  18. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers collection is Mr.Freeze, yes I know this figure was already done in the original line, and a better version was put out a few years later from Tot Biz, but I never liked that design and preferred the look from the Animated series. So. I took inspiration from that and made my own version of the cold villain. Hope you enjoy this, and if you do press the "like" button and leave a comment. As always, more to come.
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