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Old picture from my colection (The bat signal is still available in Barnes & Nobles)









 
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received my Nerdblock subscription box and they gave sent me a BTAS Joker figure! sadly I already have one so if anyone is looking for him I'll glad sell him at cost or look into trade options.
 
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I'm just not that impressed with the Mattel Suicide Squad figures. I was looking forward to them but they just aren't as good as I was hoping they would be. Bummer to great squad for a figure collection.
 
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just picked up the DC Multiverse 6" Armored Batman from The Dark Knight. he looks great. no sign of the Robin from this wave yet.
 
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received my Nerdblock subscription box and they gave sent me a BTAS Joker figure! sadly I already have one so if anyone is looking for him I'll glad sell him at cost or look into trade options.
Any chance you want to get rid of your Nerdblock Suicide Squad Pocket Pop! Harley Quinn key chain? :whistling:
 
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My SHF The Dark Knight Batman arrived today, and I just pre-ordered their Justice League Batman today, too.
 
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Bought a die cast Bat Signal at Books-a-Million today. Heavy and good size for the 6 inch figures. Love it! $45

Anyone have the Gotham TV displays? I'm trying to find some on clearance as I'm interested in the diorama pieces and not the characters. The young Bruce bookshelf and Alfred fireplace will go good with my Mattel Classic series Bruce Wayne. Trying to assemble an alley piece as well.
 
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My dealer called me yesterday and told me the Animated Series Batcave Playset I had ordered had arrived. It's, well, big- I was aware of the dimensions of the thing but it may be just big enough to not fit the depth of my display case. It comes with a large cardboard backdrop so that it's not just the computer and floor. Unfortunately the computer screens are stickers that must be applied.
 
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I am OVERJOYED about the DC Multiverse Batwoman action figure. I’ve wanted a J.H.Williams III Kate Kane figure for ages.
 
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My dealer called me yesterday and told me the Animated Series Batcave Playset I had ordered had arrived. It's, well, big- I was aware of the dimensions of the thing but it may be just big enough to not fit the depth of my display case. It comes with a large cardboard backdrop so that it's not just the computer and floor. Unfortunately the computer screens are stickers that must be applied.
I've seen this in a comic shop i frequent and that box is MASSIVE. Also, the Batmobile set looks to be pretty substantial as well!
 
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Okay, resurrecting an old thread here. But couldn't find an appropriate place to post about the new S.H. Figuarts 1989 Batman, I see that it's roughly a 6" figure though it's priced at $72. Is this normal for a figure of this scale, and are their products worth the prices?

I'm always in the market for a Keaton Batman for my collection, and really wanted one for my "movie" version to go with Shazam, Superman, and Wonder woman.
 
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I dont have any sh figuarts stuff but I can tell you there are 6" figures that sell for that or more. Most mafex stuff is close to $90ish and new storm collectibles things like lobo and bane are over $100. I missed out on the mezco Keaton batman and dont want to pay aftermarket prices so I am really considering this figure.
 
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Okay, resurrecting an old thread here. But couldn't find an appropriate place to post about the new S.H. Figuarts 1989 Batman, I see that it's roughly a 6" figure though it's priced at $72. Is this normal for a figure of this scale, and are their products worth the prices?

I'm always in the market for a Keaton Batman for my collection, and really wanted one for my "movie" version to go with Shazam, Superman, and Wonder woman.
Yes, for SHF, that's about right.
 
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I don’t have any experience with SHF but don’t they run on the shorter end of the 6” scale? Like they are shorter than ML which usually clocks in at 6.5”?

But yes that price seems accurate for a high end import. I buy some mafex and they are worth every penny.
 
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TBH, I only own one SHF figure, TFA Han Solo. All I can say is, he was around that price range ($65-$70) and he scales perfectly with the Black Series Stat Wars figures.
 
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