After seeing their Animated Batman EggAttack out on display at SDCC’19, Beast Kingdom have now shared a full release gallery. As with the most recent EggAttacks, Batman comes with a cloth outfit and cape over a plastic body and also comes with swappable lower face portraits. Also included is a Grapple Gun, Batarang and interchangeable hands and is slated for release in Q1 2020. You can check out the fu
Official Info :
Taiwan’s Beast Kingdom proudly presents a new range of 6-inch, highly posable action figures based on DC world of superheroes. Egg Attack Action’s first launch is Batman from the popular 1992 animated series. Using real cloth and an illuminated eye function, this version of Batman is a collectors dream.
The series is praised for its complex, and dark tones focusing on some pretty series topics. Taking inspiration from the Tim Burton live action film of the late 80’s, the show creates an otherworldly, gothic tone, a perfect fit for a this reproduction of the tall, mysterious Dark Knight!
With a variety of accessories, including eye masks, hands, grappling gun and signature weapons, this EAA Batman action figure is sure to bring home a serious case of ‘Caped-crusader’ envy for anyone who sees it. So make sure to pre-order yours today!
Did we mention Batman’s most famous villain is also in the works? A Batman release can’t be complete without his arch-nemesis: The Joker! Who is looking forward to his appearance?
Beast Kingdom figures can be tricky to track down online in some cases but they have shared this list of places you can buy from, some are distributors mind you but you can check them out here : https://bit.ly/2KqCiMg
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Original images courtesy of Beast Kingdom.
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Last modified: August 8, 2019