Sunday, 15 August 2010

Dark Knight Batman Figure @ Work Desk

Looking at this figure takes me to the days watching Batman show by Adam West when I was a kid. That old-skool Batman outfit, those fight with comic strip style and climbing the building scene by tilting the camera. This D.C hero has certainly lives in our hearts for decades with much evolution to his outfit, weapons, and vehicles. Courtesy of Mr Erik, I’m able to blog about this Batman figure which probably be the last figure that I loan from him cos I have already left my old workplace.


LEon said...

this is 3.75" or 6" figure? DC direct?

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

It's 6". Just know that it's a D.C hero but oh no, I fail to find out company made it.

chrismandesign said...

this a very classic Batman indeed, the first one created was mainly black & grey, but the gold belt gives him a modern/art deco taste, probably DC Direct (for the articulation type & the paint job) i like that contrast between the matte finish in most of the figure & the shiny finish of the gloves, the scultp in DCD figures is always one of their best features, the illustration of the first pick seem to b from Jim Lee... great review pal, Batman is surely one of my favorite (the best probably) characters in comic world =)

Mikee said...

One Thing Chinese Electric Batman doesnt have on the Original, A Bad ass Classics song, and countless of figures^^, oh and The Car too

mangyver5223 said...

I love his face since it looks cool feeling

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> chrismandesign
Even though Batman has got no super power, he's really cool with his moves, costume and gadget. Thank you for sharing so much with us.

>> Mikee
After all those evolution, the original Batman always has it's place in the fans' heart.

>> mangyver5223
I also like the details of this figure.