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  1. 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.
  2. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the latest Amazing Yamaguchi Revoltech figure, the Arkham Knight from the excellent Batman: Arkham Knight video game. The Arkham Knight was a bit of a controversial character back then, as fans were speculating about the identity of one of the main villains way before the game came out, and Rocksteady, the game's developers, kept saying it was not going to be the obvious, and would be a completely new character, and... well, that was a lie. Here are some packaging pics. The figure comes with a ton of accessories, most of which can be used to switch him from the "Arkham Knight" outfit to the "Red Hood" outfit from later in the game. He comes with a different headsculpt, 2 different chest plates, different shoulder pads, different upper arm parts, different lower arm decos, different knee pads along with 6 extra hands, 2 red swords and 2 "kris" blades (the wavy blades, had to google that). Obviously, no guns, which is kind of a bummer since the character heavily relies on guns, sniper rifles and all kinds of firearms in the game. The articulations are your usual Revoltech / Amazing Yamaguchi articulations, which means articulations on top of articulations, and the figure can sometime feel a bit intimidating. If you know what you're doing (I don't!), you can have him in some really awesome dynamic poses. The design does get a bit anime-like, which is pretty usual with Katsuhisa Yamaguchi's designs. If you have him with arms wide open, the shoulder articulation can be quite ugly, though... So no "Put your hands up" pose for the Arkham Knight... Life hack! The guns from the DC Collectibles Arkham Knight or Red Hood figures does fit perfectly with him. Any 1:12 gun will do the trick, to be fair, but the Arkham Knight ones do have a cool design, with a bat logo on them. If you're watching Peacemaker, you know how important it is to have your logo on the gun! "No dove of peace on the gun?!" The transition from Arkham Knight form to Red Hood form is pretty easy, even if there are some of the parts to change (the shoulder parts, the knee pads...) that have a tiny peg that I'm afraid might break if you change him too often. Then again, they might not. You just have to be careful. The 2 chest plates are really nice and allow for some diversity in the figure (and makes you want to buy 3 so that you can display it with all the suits. DARN!). More news at 11:00... "You're finished, Batman, and Gotham is finished too."
  3. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the brand new Arkham Knight Batgirl one sixth scale figure from Hot Toys. Like mentioned in the Harley Quinn review from 2 weeks ago, Hot Toys decided to release both figures really close to each other in order to make sure that you don't start the year thinking you will be able to save some money. Harley was pretty great, so how does Batgirl fare? Sober box art, as all the other Arkham Knight figures. Barbara comes in her Arkham Knight suit (you don't say?!) along with 8 extra hands, an additional mouth plate to give her an ever so slightly different expression, 2 batarangs, a grapnel gun with 2 different batclaws (rope or no rope), and a remote hacking device, with 'hologram' screen. The body of the figure is a mix of both seamless and normal articulations. The top part is seamless, the costume is just molded on the rubber and the shoulders, arms and abs move just like a seamless figure (hinged), and then, we can see the leg articulations. Weird choice, but seamless legs with that suit would have been tricky, so it's understandable. She has "real" hair which is always kinda meh to me. I can never really style the Barbie doll hair nicely, but people who know what they are doing might get something nice out of it. The cape is just like on the Arkham Knight Batman figure: a total mess. It has wires in it (seven of them), and it looks pretty bad when you look at the back of the figure, but can look great for pictures and poses from the front. The 2 mouth plates go from "resting b**** face" to "slightly smirking". At first, I thought I got the same plate twice, but it turns out there is a very minimal difference. Arkham Knight Batgirl is an otherwise good figure, looks great, and that cape with the yellow inside is definitely eye-catching (from the front). Tons of fun poses for Barbara Gordon, who miraculously managed to stand up from her wheelchair from one chapter of the game to another (The figure is based on the DLC "A Matter of Family", which happens in the past). More news at 11:00... "Joker's got my father!"
  4. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the brand new Arkham Knight Harley Quinn one sixth scale figure from Hot Toys. Hot Toys has kept releasing and announcing high quality one sixth scale figures throughout 2021, but it was mostly Marvel and Star Wars stuff... until in the last few days of 2022, when the 2 previously announced Arkham Knight figures of Harley Quinn and Batgirl both came out within a few days of each other. Thanks, Hot Toys, I hated having money on my account anyway... The box art is reminescent of the other Arkham Knight figures (Batman and the Arkham Knight himself), with some art of the character in the front, and... not much else. Harley comes in her Arkham Knight costume (duh), along with multiple accessories: extra hands, her giant mallet, a baseball bat, an articulated Jack-in-the-box and, surprisingly, a gun and an assault rifle complete with pink dices and a photo of her Mistah J. It's a bit disappointing that the figure comes with only one headsculpt/facial expression, especially since it's so incredibly bland. A character like Harley deserves at least a laughing head, or even a "screaming maniacally as she bashes your brains out with her giant mallet" expression. Because of that one bland expression, it kinda limits the figure in terms of poses. Having her wielding her baseball bat, mallet or machine gun with such a basic expression could have looked better. Also, the arms are seamless, and parts of the costume are made with some kind of pleather (leggings, arm bracers), which looks like it's not going to be durable, and bending the legs or arms of the figure will definitely leave some sort of mark or 'crease' in the long term, as is tradition with Hot Toys. Use with caution, even though it's a toy, and you should still pose it however you want. (...bUt ThE ReSaLe VaLuE!?). Here she is, finally reunited with her Mistah J! Batgirl should arrive in the next few days, so another Hot Toys DC figure review should be coming soon. More news at 11:00... "How's it going, Bat-brain? It´s been a while!"
  5. Begins as an episode before the events of Batman: Arkham Knight, Harley Quinn breaks into the overgrown Blüdhaven Police Department to recruit her partner in crime, Poison Ivy, to be part of Scarecrow's plan to destroy the B-Man. Based on the incredibly popular Batman: Arkham Knight videogame, Hot Toys is thrilled to present the 1/6th scale Harley Quinn collectible figure with the new look mixed with goth and punk, giving her a more edgy and sinister appearance that reflects her unstable and wild personality. Masterfully crafted based on Harley Quinn’s appearance in the video game, the figure features a newly developed head sculpt with white powdered make up, blonde hair sculpture and moveable pigtails, newly developed body, Harley Quinn’s dramatic outfit consisting of a corset with black ruffle skirt and lace details, red and blue boots and arm-bracers, amazingly-detailed accessories including baseball bat, machine gun, mallet, pistol, paint can with brush, Jack-in-the-box, and a specially designed figure stand with game logo.
  6. The Dark Knight has a long history in comics which comes with an enormous closet of a multitude of iconic suits from several forms of media entertainment spanning decades. Taking inspiration from the Batcave’s Batsuit Chamber in the popular Batman: Arkham Knight video game, Hot Toys team has modified the futuristic armor pod to accommodate the sleek batsuits in miniature size features Batman: Arkham Knight Armory Miniature Collectible Set; Batman, Batman Beyond Suit, 1989 Movie Suit, 2008 Movie Suit, Arkham Knight and Deathstroke Armory Miniature Collectible. The newly introduced collectibles with LED light up function and incredible paint application can be combined and rearranged in various ways, creating unlimited diorama display possibilities. Each Armory Miniature collectible measures approximate 12cm tall, whereas miniature figure is approximately 8.5cm tall. Individual and set packaging are available for purchase.
  7. Hot Toys has revealed at their DC All-Stars event a few new 1/6 figures for both the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 movie And Arkham Knight video game series. For WW84 we have a regular version of Diana and one in the gold suit. For the Arkham video game they are doing Harley Quinn. Harley also has figures coming from the Birds of Prey movie which we had previously seen. One other figure on display was the Batman Forever Batman figure. Check out some images from the event below.
  8. With the fame of the Batman Arkham game series continues to spread globally, some of the iconic characters from Batman: Arkham Knight have gained immense popularity. To keep up the momentum, Hot Toys is elated to introduce the female character from one of the downloadable episodes “A Matter of Family”. Determined to save her father from The Joker, Babara Gordon, a.k.a. Batgirl has to battle against the Joker along with Robin. Highly sought after by “Bats” fans, here comes the extremely cool-looking 1/6th scale Batgirl collectible figure. Beautifully crafted based on Batgirl’s appearance in the video game, the 1/6th scale Batgirl features a newly developed masked head sculpt with long light brown real fabric hair, a newly developed body tailored for Batgirl, a sophisticated tailored Batsuit with gold color Bat logo on the chest as well as light copper colored armor on arms, a light copper color belt, an array of Bat gadgets including grapnel gun with Batclaw, Batarangs and a Remote Hacking Device. Last but not least, the figure also comes with a specially designed figure stand with game logo and backdrop. It’s such a joyous opportunity to own the 1/6th scale Batgirl from Batman: Arkham Knight!
  9. Be the legendary Caped Crusader, tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City in Batman: Arkham Knight video game! Upon completion of story-based missions, Batfans will be able to equip an upgraded suit with the inclusion of a golden bat symbol on Batman’s chest. Inspired by the highly acclaimed Batman: Arkham Knight video game , Hot Toys is very excited to officially introduce the 1/6th scale Batman (Prestige Edition) Collectible Figure as an Exclusive item to the game collection that’s firstly available in Japan and in selected markets! Based on the appearance of Batman wearing the gold Prestige Edition of Batsuit v8.05 in Batman: Arkham Knight video game, the specially crafted collectible figure features a newly painted masked head sculpt with two interchangeable lower faces, beautifully designed multi-layer and multi-texture Batsuit with gold-colored electroplated Batman logo on the chest armor as well as black colored armor plating throughout the body, specially tailored wired cape allowing different stylish poses, an array of detailed Batman’s signature gadgets including Batman Beyond style Batarang, grapnel gun, disruptor, REC gun, freeze grenade and many more!
  10. Flame Toys has released images showing off a new Arkham Knight Batman figure. Stay-tuned for more details as they become available.
  11. In the popular animation series Batman: Beyond, Terry McGinnis becomes the Caped Crusader in a futuristic Gotham City as Bruce Wayne has retired from crime fighting. Under Bruce’s guidance and training, the technologically-inclined Batsuit provides Terry the strength and skills needed to handle the challenge he faces as the Batman of the future! Today, Hot Toys is thrilled to unveil the latest 1/6th scale collectible figure of the stylish Batman Beyond suit based on the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Knight video game which has taken inspiration from the great animation series. The figure is masterfully crafted based on the Batman Beyond suit from the Batman: Arkham Knight video game, featuring a newly painted masked head sculpt with two interchangeable lower faces, a cutting-edge Batsuit overall appearance in metallic grey with battle damage and a bright red bat symbol on chest, a finely tailored black batcape to create dynamic flying poses, an array of detailed Batman’s signature gadgets including Batman Beyond style Batarang, grapnel, disruptor, REC gun, freeze grenade and many more!
  12. Who is this, you ask? WHO? Lincoln March, the master manipulator who initially befriended Bruce Wayne as a good-willing politician while secretly conspiring against him for the mysterious Court of Owls. In the final confrontation of the City of Owls story, Lincoln would go on to betray the Court while donning a technologically-advanced Talon suit, in which he confronted Bruce and claimed himself to be Thomas Wayne Jr., supposedly the long-lost brother of Bruce Wayne. With his transformation complete, he (unofficially) assumes the mantle of the New 52 Owlman of Earth 0. Personally I'm surprised that DC Collectibles still hasn't made a figure of the main villain of the initial Court of Owls/City of Owls New 52 story by Snyder, especially given how many figures they introduced already through their Greg Capullo Designer Series. In this regard I decided to make my own custom figure, specifically an Arkham-inspired version. I started out using an Arkham Knight figure and sculpted onto his helmet to create Lincoln's creepy owl mask. For the eyes I drilled two holes and filled them in with sculpey, to make sure that they weren't completely hollow since Lincoln's mask was known to have a creepy glow behind it. For accessories, I took a pair of 1/12 knives from Gundam parts since Lincoln was known to primarily use bladed weapons. Then I crafted dual hidden blades on his right hand using acrylic plastic. Afterwards, the whole figure was repainted to match the color silhouette of Lincoln's Talon suit as seen in the finale of City of Owls; in which I specifically gave the white parts a glossy finish as means of creating a shiny porcelain appearance to his armor. Hope you enjoy this one crazy owl!
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