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Mezco One:12 Collective DC's Robin, Golden Age Edition

Mezco has unveiled a new DC Comics Golden Age figure Edition of Robin in their One:12 Collective Series. Robin will include four head options, alternative hands, handcuffs, Battarangs, a Grappling Hook with Rope, a Respirator Mask, and an alternative hand with a spinning sling effect. As with all One:12 releases, the figure also features a display base and stand.

Golden Age Robin is a general release globally and will ship between June and August 2024.

Swinging into action with his acrobatic prowess, Dick Grayson joins the One:12 Collective lineup as the original Robin!

The One:12 Collective Robin: Golden Age Edition wears a tunic with an 'R' insignia over his fitted bodysuit, a utility belt, and a cape with an integrated posing wire, capturing his classic comic book appearance. The Boy Wonder comes complete with three head portraits with varying expressions.

As Batman’s junior partner in crime-fighting, Robin is always ready to protect the citizens of Gotham with a grapple hook, six batarangs in different styles, and multiple weapon FX.


  • One:12 Collective body with over 32 points of articulation

  • Three (3) interchangeable head portraits

  • Hand painted authentic detailing

  • Approximately 16cm tall

  • Nine (9) interchangeable hands

  • One (1) pair of posing hands (L&R)

  • One (1) pair of relaxed hands (L&R)

  • One (1) pair of batarang holding hands (L&R)

  • One (1) pair of fists (L&R)

  • One (1) spinning sling holding hand (L) (permanently attached)


  • Cape with integrated posing wire

  • Tunic with ‘R’ insignia

  • Fitted bodysuit

  • Wrist gauntlets

  • Gloves

  • Utility belt

  • Boots


  • One (1) punch swoosh FX

  • One (1) punch impact FX

  • One (1) respirator mask

  • One (1) pair of handcuffs

  • One (1) grapple hook with posable wire

  • Six (6) batarangs

  • One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo

  • One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post


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