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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 1/6 scale figure of the Joker from Batman: The Animated Series by Mondo, the SDCC limited edition version. The Mondo 1/6 scale figures have been pretty great until now, and that Joker is no exception. The figure itself is easily the best of that line, and the different heads and accessories are just the cherry on top! As usual with Mondo, the box is a work of art, with 2 of their amazing prints on it. It is a huge box too, which opens in the front thanks to magnets (how do they work?). There are 2 layers of inserts inside. (A hand had gotten loose during transportation, and I could hear it move inside the box which gave me a mini panic attack.) The Clown Prince of Crime comes with a ton of accessories: 5 extra heads (3 extra heads for the standard version, with the top hat version and the head from the 'Be a Clown' episode being the exclusive ones for this set), 5 extra sets of hands (12 hands in total), 2 smiling fishes, a normal (ball) bomb, a Joker dynamite stick, a Joker stack of dynamite, an ice pick, his playing cards and a stand. That is A LOT of accessories! With 6 different heads, he is only 2 heads short of being the 12 inch version of the DC Direct Expressions Pack. The various expressions are: Smiling, Smug, Laughing, Sad, top hat version and 'Be a Clown' version. The heads and hands are very easy to change, which is always a plus. The cel shading on the figure is nicely done too, with the back of the figure being a darker purple than the front. Articulation-wise, it does the job, even with single elbows and knees, ball joints for shoulders and legs, and swivels all around. Not torso/ab articulation, the jacket is a big rubber part on top of the body. It is a great figure, and my only complaint about it is the price. At $235, it is the most expensive of that line so far (Batman was $125 four years ago, Mr Freeze was $130 and Catwoman $165). I get that he comes with a ton of accessories + inflation, etc... but it is still a tough pill to swallow... and yes, I bought it anyway. The limited one, even. I know. More news at 11:00... Without Batman, Crime Has No Punchline.
  2. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're looking at the brand new Batman figure from the New Adventures of Batman animated series, by MAFEX. Batman the Animated Series holds a special place in my heart, and I have loved all the Kenner figures that we got in the 90's, all the DC Collectibles/Direct figures that we had in the last decade, so when MAFEX announced that they would be tacking the Animated Series, I was overjoyed. Well, that is until I saw that they decided to kickstart the line with the New Adventures design, which are not as iconic than the original Animated Series, but still very Bruce Timm-esque. The DC Collectibles line did start with that one too, and we saw how far they went, so there is hope! The box is the usual MAFEX box type, with a window at the front showing the figure and all the accessories, and using a blue color, which is often used with promo art for the New Adventures series. I've read many comments about collectors being disappointed they didn't use the iconic red color, but that is for the Animated Series, and not the New Adventures. Even Kenner and DC Collectibles had blue cards for those. The figure is another very decent, brilliantly articulated offering like only MAFEX and other 'imports' brands can offer, but without being too much in order not to ruin the general aesthetic of the figure. A thigh swivel for example, would have kinda ruined the legs with a straight line right in the middle, even if it seems to be everything a collector asks for in a figure these days. Batman comes with 2 capes (one in rigid rubbery plastic that covers his shoulders, for those nice static poses, and a soft goods cape which allows for more posing), an unmasked Bruce Wayne headsculpt (wait... Bruce Wayne is Batman??), 4 extra pairs of hands, a batarang and a grapnel launcher, in action, with a metal rod to keep it always straight. Unfortunately, the rod cannot be removed to have the grapnel launcher 'not in action', but we'll get over that. Overall, this figure is far superior to the DC Collectibles one. Better articulations, more possibilities... The legs might be a bit too thin and I've seen some collectors have already broken a foot, but that is (unfortunately?) how Bruce Timm designed those characters, so we can expect more figures looking like that. We'll just have to be gentle with them! Not looking forward to the female characters, which were already very tiny and brittle on the DC Collectibles line... The New Adventures Joker is expected to join the Bat in July next year (or later, as delays are a tradition at MAFEX), and we're hoping for more announcement in between. More news at 11:00... I am vengance, I am the night... I am Batman!
  3. HBO Max released a list of television series and movies to be airing during the month of January and the streaming service stated that they will be serving up new episodes of “Batman Beyond” and “Batman the Animated Series.” No official details were provided except with the January 1st release date. Other Batman titles listed for January include: Batman Begins, 2005 Batman Beyond Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker, 2000 Batman: Bad Blood, 2016 Batman: Death in the Family, 2020 Batman: Hush, 2019 Batman: The Animated Series The Dark Knight, 2008 The Dark Knight Rises, 2012
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  5. You know, as a child I used to watch it with my father. The Gray Ghost was my Hero. Here's your look at the NEW DC Collectibles Batman The Animated Series Gray Ghost Figure! Click the link below to check out the Full Review! https://youtu.be/SzTJ94v7Z7I
  6. People are imperfect. They make mistakes. Your mistake was coming here to interfere with the plan. With a Heart of Steel, Here's your look at the NEW DC Collectibles Batman The Animated Series H.A.R.D.A.C. Figure! Click the link below to Check out the Full Review!
  7. An entire city, screaming in fear... I wonder if we'll be able to hear it...Here's your look at the NEW DC Collectibles Batman The Animated Series Scarecrow Figure! Click the link below to check out the Full Review!
  8. ShartimusPrime takes a look at the new Batman: The Animated Series 6" Harley Quinn Expressions Pack from DC Collectibles. This set is currently available for purchase at BigBadToyStore.com. This set was provided by DC Collectibles free of charge for purposes of review. Check out our GALLERY of hi-res images for this set below.
  9. Based on the seminal Batman: The Animated Series, the Mr. Freeze 1/6 Scale Figure stays true to the animated classic - sculpted to match the iconic style of the show, and with a paint scheme evoking to bold, graphic look of an animated cel. Featuring approximately 28 points of articulation, multiple switch-out hands, heads, accessories, and a Bat Symbol figure stand, Mr. Freeze is ready to extract cold vengeance on you and your collection. You can pre-order this figure at BigBadToyStore.com.
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