McFarlane have announced a raft of new 7 inch figures heading to Walmart in the US. Among these is the Gold Label Collection Exclusives.
The Batman Gold Label Collection figure is "inspired from the mind of Todd McFarlane" and features removable goggles over the cowl and a pair of twin daggers that can be sheathed in a section of his cloak.
The figure is exclusive to Walmart in the US and is up for preorder now with a January 2021 release date. There is no confirmation either way of availability outside of the US.
In the 1980’s, Todd McFarlane began drawing Batman™ professionally, working on the classic storyline “Batman: Year Two™” in Detective Comics™, and creating iconic artwork, including his dynamic cover for Batman #423. Todd went on to become a titan of the comic book industry, but has always had an affinity for Batman, stating, “I’ve always liked the fact that Batman has no superpowers. When it comes down to it, he’s just a dude in a costume. Conceivably, if you pushed him off a roof (Batarangs, etc. aside), he could potentially die, unlike Superman™.”
Incredibly detailed 7” scale figures based off the DC Multiverse
Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing and play
This Batman figure is inspired from the mind of Todd McFarlane, to create a new never before seen before version of Batman. This figure is featured with a Black Cape and Cowl
Batman comes with two swords, and a base
Includes collectable art card with Todd McFarlane Batman artwork on front and character biography on the back.
Figures are showcased in McFarlane Gold Label Series DC themed window box packaging
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