Full details of the Arkham DC Multiverse figures revealed by McFarlane during SDCC week in July have been released.
Arkham Batman is based on the Arkham City game and comes with the remote electric charge weapon and remove control batarang as seen in the game.
The Slade Wilson Deathstroke is based on his Arkham Origins appearance. He comes with his Katana, but not other weapons.
Both figures will include a display base and an Character Card with artwork and character bio. They will both be Autumn 2020 releases.
As a child, Bruce Wayne™ watched as his parents were brutally killed in GOTHAM CITY™’s Crime Alley.Traumatized by their deaths, he devoted his life to becoming the world’s greatest weapon against crime—the Batman™! To become the ultimate vigilante, the Dark Knight™ disciplined his mind and body to reach the pinnacle of mental and physical superiority. He’s a master detective and an expert martial artist, but his greatest weapon is his mind. Batman™ has a plan for every occasion, as well as high-tech weapons, gadgets, and vehicles to assist him in his relentless pursuit of justice!
BATMAN figure based on the video game Batman: Arkham City
BATMAN accessories include sword Remote Electric Charge, Remote Control Batarang, and base
Included collectable art card with BATMAN from Batman: Arkham City artwork on the front, and character biography on the back
Slade Wilson™ was the army’s top operative when he underwent experiments that turned him into a super-soldier with enhanced strength, stamina, and regenerative powers. When he was dishonorably discharged, he became the world’s deadliest mercenary known as Deathstroke™. A master of martial arts and an expert marksman, Deathstroke™ is a threat to even the most powerful Superheroes.
DEATHSTROKE figure based on the video game Batman: Arkham Origins
DEATHSTROKE accessories include a katana and base
Included collectable art card with DEATHSTROKE from Batman: Arkham Origins artwork on the front,and character biography on the back
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