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I always wanted Mattel to make a proper Ra’s Al Ghul Batman Begins figure, but since that never happened, here I bring you Ra’s Al Ghul in full League of Shadows ninja gear! Ra’s al Ghul was made using a Star Wars the Black Series Episode 3 Obi-Wan Kenobi, the head from a Movie Masters Ra’s Al Ghul, and the forearms from a Movie Masters Batman Begins Batman. I fused the Batman Begins forearms to the Obi-Wan arms, and used Aves Apoxie Sculpt to blend and fill in the gaps. I also added plating to the back of the hands (including the rivets!) with styrene. The lower cloak was replaced with fabric. The belt is made using two strips of styrene, with the belt buckle being fodder that happened to be perfectly movie accurate. Everything was repainted several shades of dark brown to match the movie, with the gauntlets dry brushed lightly for a metallic look. The head was also completely repainted, and I even sculpted in to cover that weird open mouth gap he had before. One katana later and League of Shadows Ra’s Al Ghul is ready to take down Batman and do all that is necessary to cleanse the world of corruption!
Hot Toys revealed the final product images of the upcoming Dark Knight Rises: 1/6th scale Bane Collectible Figure. You can check out 20 of the photos after the jump, and you can view the rest here. This figure looks truly impressive and seems like a must-have for any Batman fans.
The figure is set to be released March of 2013. You can pre order it from BigBadToyStore here.
Thanks to the website Marshallalloc.blog, we now can see the images of the new Batman Play Arts Kai Figures that had been displayed at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Some of them, such as the Play Arts Dark Knight Rises Catwoman, were teased back at SDCC. Others, we saw some early unpainted prototypes of.
After the jump you can see a plethora of images of the Dark Knight Rises Play Arts Kai Batman, Catwoman, and Bane figures. There are also images of the new Arkham City Robin and Harley Quinn figures, a Dark Knight Returns Batman (yes from the comic), and a Dark Knight (Heath Ledger) Joker. Many of them are still unpainted prototypes, but you can see fully painted prototypes as well.