The Batman 1/6 Scale In-Art Figure Revealed By Queen Studios
A new Dark Knight figure is coming to the Queen Studios collection. Make space in your collection for The Batman
Queen Studios has dropped some juicy new images and details for The Batman 1/6 In-Art figure. Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight hit the high notes earlier in the year when Warner Bros’ hit movie arrived in cinemas. And now, he is coming to defend Gotham City from the comfort of your mantlepiece. The highly detailed figure will be available in multiple versions including two versions of Batman, and two of Bruce Wayne. And rounding out the set is a version featuring both Batman and Bruce Wayne.
The Batman Standard Edition includes a masked portrait, an unmasked portrait with sculpted hair, multiple interchangeable hands, a removable magnetic diecast chest Batarang, additional diecast Batarangs, a grappling gun with hooks, a UV light, a sticky bomb gun with two bullets, a working flashlight, a flare, five sets of Riddler cards, and a display stand. The Batman Premium Edition gives the unmasked portrait rooted hair and finishes the set with Bruce Wayne’s computer.
The Bruce Wayne Standard Edition features a portrait with sculpted hair, a suit and jacket, numerous interchangeable hands, a $100 bill, car keys, Riddler cards with envelopes, Riddler protest signs, and a presentation stand. The Bruce Wayne Premium Edition swaps the portrait for one with rooted hair.
The “All-In” Batman and Bruce Wayne Deluxe Edition boast everything from both Premium Editions. It also adds a 1/6 scale Bat-Signal with a light-up feature. The Bat Signal will also be available as a solitary purchase.
Sadly, as of press time, Queen Studios is yet to confirm a release date. Nor has the studio revealed when pre-orders will be available. But fear not Bat-fans. As soon as we hear fresh information, we’ll cover it here. You’ll never miss a thing with Future of the Force. In the meantime, will you be adding one of these awesome sets to your collection? Sound off below.
And if that isn’t enough to feed your Bat-appetite, check out our review of Matt Reeves’ blockbuster here.
Source: Queen Studios
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