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McFarlane DC Multiverse Batman, Joker and Azrael from the White Knight Comics

McFarlane have updated the product pages for their next three DC Multiverse 7 inch figures, all taken from the White Knight series of comics.

These three figures are down for a Summer 2020 release and are priced at the US RRP of $19.99. They will be packed in window boxes.


Up first is The Joker, based on the 2017 Batman : White Knight Comic #8. The Joker will be packed with the usual art card as well as an alternative Jack Napier head, long-nose blaster weapon and display base.



Once the Clown Prince of Crime and Batman’s greatest Super-Villain, The Joker™️ has been cured of his madness. Now, going by the name of Jack Napier, he’s been released from Arkham Asylum and has set his sights on politics—with hopes to save Gotham City from the one person he sees as its true enemy: Batman.


Product Features:

  • The Joker™️ figure based on the comic book story arc Batman: White Knight

  • The Joker™️ accessories include long nose blaster, alternate Jack Napier head, and base 

  • Included collectable art card with The Joker™️ from Batman: White Knight artwork on the front, and character biography on the back 

  • Collect all additional Wave 3 Batman: White Knight Figures; Batman and Azrael as well as other McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse figures. Figures sold separately. 


The Batman figure is taken from Issue #1 of the Batman : White Knight Series (2017) and features



The Batman figure is taken from Issue #1 of the Batman : White Knight Series and features a Grapnel Launcher and two Batarangs - one with line, one wrapped with line. The set also includes a display base and collectable art card.



After years of epic battles between the Dark Knight™️ and his twisted archenemy, Batman faces his greatest challenge yet: The Joker™️ has been cured of his madness and is now sane. The Clown Prince of Crime has changed his ways, fighting for good in Gotham City™️, and it may just cause Batman to go over the edge of his own sanity.


Product Features:

  • Batman figure based on the comic book story arc Batman™️: White Knight 

  • Batman accessories include Grapnel Launcher, Batarang with line, wrapped Batarang with line, and base 

  • Included collectable art card with Batman: White Knight artwork on the front, and character biography on the back

  • Collect all additional Wave 3 Batman: White Knight Figures; The Joker and Azrael, well as other McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse figures. Figures sold separately.



The final figure is Azrael. He is taken from the 2019 Curse of the White Knight Series, Issue #1. He comes with his sword, completed with removable flames. He too will include a display base and art card.



War veteran, knight of the Order of St. Dumas, and now The Joker™️’s key recruit in the crusade against Batman— Azrael™️ is the Dark Knight™️’s most powerful new threat, and the one living link to a devastating secret about the Wayne family’s legacy in Gotham City™️.


Product Features:

  • Azrael figure based on the comic book story arc Batman: Curse of the White Knight 

  • Azrael accessories include sword with removable flames, and base

  • Included collectable art card with Azrael from Batman: Curse of the White Knight artwork on the front, and character biography on the back 

  • Collect all additional Wave 3 Batman: White Knight Figures; Batman and The Joker™️ as well as other McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse figures. Figures sold separately. 





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