|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||5 February 2020|
|Mfg Recommended age||15 year and up|
|Item model number||JUN190627|
|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 1.91 x 18.29 cm; 255 Grams|
DC Collectibles DC Essentials: Knightfall Batman Action Figure, Multicolor
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- From this series, collect green lantern Hal Jordan, sinestro, knightfall Batman & knightfall cat woman
- Highly poseable figure with numerous points of articulation
- Batman features blue & gray color scheme, longer bat ears and capsule belt
- Figure stands 7. 23" Tall
- Each figure sold separately
Frequently bought together
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Batman and cat woman are both back in their classic costumes from the iconic '90S Knight fall storyline. Batman's action figure features his blue and gray color scheme, longer bat ears and capsule belt. Cat woman, Gotham city's feline FATALE, is depicted in her popular purple costume, and is the indispensable antihero to pair with the DC essentials Batman.
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Now the bad news, the material they use isn't durable, joints if worked too much become loose and there's no base or any accessories.
Figures can stand on their own, but really need help.
There's no peg hole if you wanted to put them on a base.
Best option, drill a 7/64th hole in the heel.
That's compatible with bases sold for this size figure.
If joints become too loose to stand on their own, there are modeling glues out there that are used for clear canopies that dry clear.
I'd mention the names, but that would be against Amazons rules.
If you have the ye ole faithful white glue that's a familiar house hold product, simply water it down an apply to the faulty joints with a paint brush.
It'll fix the standing problem, but doesn't allow further movement till you wash the stuff out.
All in all this line of figures is worth the money.
I don't understand Amazon's 'Giftable" star rating.
Am I suppose to give it to the giftee and then tell them the pros and cons of the item?
As figures go, this one is really nice. I like the 7" scale for figures like this, as they're big enough to have some nice detail and plenty of articulation, but small enough that you can fit several of them on a shelf. The sculpt work on this figure is really nice and the material seem durable. He's got some weight to him, which is always good. The colors are nice and vibrant, which is what you want from this era in Batman comics, before they went back to a darker look for the character. The articulation is nice, you can get this figure into some nice poses, though it does take bit of patience as the feet on mine are a tad loose. Once you get him standing, he's fine, but getting him there can take some work.
The only real negative for this figure to me is lack of accessories and a stand. Not only does he not come with any, but you have no way to attach any. The fists are closed for punches, which is fine but you can't even give him any gadgets you may have from other figures. And, we all know Batman is known for his gadgets. Also, his feet have no holes for stands. But, this isn't a huge deal for me nor is it by any means a deal breaker, it's just something worth noting as figures in this size and price range often come with some accessories and a stand.
So, overall, a good figure and a worthy addition to anyone's collection, or just good as a first Batman figure if you're just getting into collecting.