08-09-2012, 03:26 PM
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Re: Dc Direct Arkham asylum/ Arkham city figures Discussion
Hey everyone, glad this thread got made. I figured it would be a good idea to provide a comprehensive list of all the Arkham Asylum/City figures that you guys can use as a guide for collecting. This list is for the DC Direct figures ONLY. No Legacy figures are included in this list.
Batman: Arkham Asylum Series 1
Batman: Arkham Asylum Series 2
- Harley Quinn
- The Joker with Scarface
Batman: Arkham City Series 1
- Batman (Armored)
- Poison Ivy
Batman: Arkham City Series 2
- Batman (Infected)
- Harley Quinn
Batman: Arkham City Series 3
- Batman (Detective Mode)
- Jervis Tech the Mad Hatter
(To Be Released October 2012)
- Batman (Explosive Gel)
- Clown Thug (Green Hair Variant)
- Clown Thug (Orange Hair Variant)
- The Penguin
- Ra's al Ghul
COMIC CON EXLCUSIVES:
- Killer Croc
- Mister Freeze
- Titan Joker (To Be Released November 2012)
- Arkham Asylum Comic Con Batman (Battle Damaged) - Limited Edition of 4000
- Arkham City Comic Con Joker (Sickened) - Limited Edition of 4000
27 Figures Total (includes to be released figures)
Let me know if I am missing anything, I don't think so though.
Except for the Comic Con Battle Damaged Batman, I have every figure so far (including Bane) mint in box, I have also already pre-ordered all of the to be released ones. Been trying to look for a good deal on the Comic Con Batman for a while now but it's tough to snag one for the right price these days, especially with the renewed hype on these, on top of the limited 4000 figure run.
It's pretty amazing the price that Bane is fetching these days, but not totally surprising. He has always been the most popular and highly sought after figure of them all. Some even argue that Bane should have been a "Deluxe" figure with premium retail pricing given his immense size & weight (1.5 pounds), and now with TDKR the demand for this figure is higher than ever.
Overall i'd have to say that the DC Direct Arkham line of Batman figures is one of the best series of Batman figures ever made. The Movie Masters series is also great but the attention to detail, depiction, and quality on this line just surpasses Mattel's MM line in my opinion.
Last edited by Dark Ice; 08-09-2012 at 03:29 PM.