Batman Returns to Beast Kingdom’s DAH (Dynamic 8ction Heroes) line of 1:10 scale action figures! Unlike the Hot Toys version of The Dark Knight, this one won’t break the bank. Bruce’s alter ego will only cost you $59.99.
Those who pre-order the 1992 Batman will get the gliding version of the cape. The bonus accessory was not shown in the photos. Oddly, Beast Kingdom mentions the figure comes with “mini darts and a communicator,” which I don’t see anywhere in the pictures. Another weird choice was not to include the programmable flying Batarang.
Regardless, the figure looks like something I want to add to my collection. The intended release date is February 2024.
“From the wonderfully unique mind of Tim Burton comes the 1992 classic “Batman Returns,” a fantastical journey into a gothic world with intriguing characters like the mysterious and seductive Catwoman, and the vengeful Penguin. After defeating the Joker in the previous movie, Batman returns to protect Gotham City from a new wave of criminals. “Batman Returns” was highly successful, and now, after over 30 years, the iconic Michael Keaton version of the Dark Knight is set to grace our screens once again in the latest Flash movie.”
’92 Batman comes with the following:
Over 20 points of articulation
4 interchangeable hand types (Fist, open palm, gripping object, gripping dart)
Cape made of real fabric
Gliding cape (Pre-order exclusive bonus)
Accessories: Batarang x1, small darts x1, grappling gun x1
The Batman Returns Batsuit is my favorite of the early films. The semi-modular plates made more sense than a single molded torso piece. It also helps that the bat symbol finally matched the comics. I’m unsure why Tim Burton chose a variant in the first film.
The last time Beast Kingdom visited the Tim Burton Batman universe was two years ago when Dynamic 8ction Heroes figures of the Joker and the Caped Crusader were announced. Does this mean that Catwoman and the Penguin could be on the way?
If you want to know more about the DAH line of toys, check out our review of the Donald Duck figure at Pirates and Princesses.
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