To celebrate Batman Day 2020 (19th September), Mezco have announced a brand new One:12 Collective Batman figure, the Supreme Knight. This is another in their evolution of Batman and depicts the Dark Knight in the final years of his campaign in Gotham City.
The figure will feature three head options and a raft of hand options. There are two capes which swap via a magnetic connection in the collar - one cape is a soft leather type goods version designed to hang loose, while the other includes a posing wire for dynamic displays. There is another magnet in the chest, which allows the chest emblem to be swapped out - with three versions provided.
We also have a number of weapons including Batarangs, Equalizer Cannon, dual blade karambit and grappling gun with hooks.
The figure is a Mezco Exclusive, sold only via the Mezco store. The figure can be shipped Internationally with any custom charges arranged at the point of order. The RRP is $95 and the figure will ship pretty sharpish for a Mezco with an October 2020 release date.
Mezco’s One:12 Batman trilogy concludes with Batman: Supreme Knight. This is Batman towards the final years of his campaign against the underworld of Gotham City.
Bruce Wayne has mastered his craft and sharpened his skills. Now at the twilight of his war on crime, he uses his skill and tech to maintain his edge.
The One:12 Collective Batman: Supreme Knight – Shadow Edition features exclusively designed armored protection enhancements to compensate for the wear and tear that his years of crime fighting have taken on him. He comes with three 3D chest insignias that are interchangeable via a magnet.
A magnet in Supreme Knight’s collar allows him to switch between two leather-like capes – one with an integrated posing wire and one that drapes freely. He utilizes enhanced weaponry including multiple sized batarangs, a non-lethal “Equalizer” cannon, a dual-blade karambit that folds, and more.
Supreme Knight – Shadow Edition comes with a smoke plume FX allowing him to move with stealth.
The augmentations to his Bat-Suit in combination with his improved arsenal help Supreme Knight remain a beacon of hope in the corrupt city of Gotham.
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