DC Direct Return of Bruce Wayne Figures
DC's The Source recently released pictures for the upcoming DC Direct line of Return of Bruce Wayne figures. The figures are based off of Bruce Wayne in different time periods that appear in the current Return of Bruce Wayne series and storyline.
According to the Source, the first wave of this series will be on a retailer's shelf near you April of 2011. They are all based off of Andy Kubert's cover art designs, so there is some consistency to the art, since each issue has a different interior artist. The figures include, in the order in the gallery below, Prehistoric Batman, Wild West Batman, High Seas Batman, and Witch-Hunter Batman.
These figures all look great, but April of next year? That's 11 months away! Sadly, since we don't have time machines, all we have are these pictures to hold us over. Although, in the Return of Bruce Wayne mini-series, we've only seen the Prehistoric Batman (Issue 1) and Witch-Hunter Batman (Issue 2), we get a sneak peek of what the other Batmen will look like. I must say, that Wild West Batman is looking pretty sweet. In addition, I could buy that Witch-Hunter Batman and have him cast his Puritan judgment on my other Batman toys. For now, though, we wait until April 2011.
Which figures would you like to pick up? Have you been keeping up with Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne?
Thanks to EisforExtinction for giving us the scoop!
"Get your time machines ready!
According to the Source, the first wave of this series will be on a retailer's shelf near you April of 2001.
So the toys are going to go back in time to be on shelfs, man i wish i knew to look for them in 2001!
" @MTHarman said:
" I wonder what Roman Age Batman would look like. "There's a Roman Age book in this arc? That's epic. "
I hope not, Roman Ages would have Batman in a toga or a skirt, which wouldn't look too "intimidating" for character like Batman.
"I got to ask? Isn't this Series a little too new for Action Figures? Issue Two hasn't even debuted yet? The First Issue, wasn't even that great, Little Too Cliche for me. "
The series is an advert not a story dude.
At least they haven't completely insulted us by bringing the action figures out before the mini series.
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