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I Want That: Batman Armory with Bruce Wayne and Alfred from The Dark Knight

01.02.2014

All right, batfans, this one's for you!

You'll remember that Ra's Al Ghul burned Wayne Manor to the ground at the end of BATMAN BEGINS forcing the Caped Crusader to temporarily relocate to a high rise floor that housed all his batgoods, including a sweet pop up armory. It's no batcave, but who wouldn't want a pop up wardrobe that houses a bad ass Batman costume and high-tech gadgets used to take out bad guys? Well, you may not be able to afford the real thing, but Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are bringing you the next best thing: A sixth scale version of the armory, complete with Bruce Wayne, Alfred Pennyworth, and of course, a fully-costumed Batman from THE DARK KNIGHT. The set lights up and has the usual insane amount of detail from facials features to teeny tiny gadgets.

Suit up!:

Here's the rundown:

Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are excited to present the highly anticipated Batman Armory with Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth sixth scale figure set from the 2008 film, The Dark Knight. Fully equipped with light-up features, functioning doors and shelves, and meticulous attention to detail, Batman’s specialized armory stores all of his state-of-the-art weaponry and gadgets.  Also included in this set: A screen accurate Batman sixth scale figure with patented Parallel Eyeball Rolling System (PERS), four newly sculpted interchangeable expressions, along with a detailed fabric costume with armor based on the costume design from the film and large collection of finely sculpted weapons and accessories. The Bruce Wayne sixth scale figure, featuring a newly designed, screen accurate portrait of Christian Bale as Master Wayne, and a finely tailored fabric costume with striking details. The Alfred Pennyworth sixth scale figure, featuring a newly designed, screen accurate portrait of the renowned Academy Award winner, Sir Michael Caine as Alfred, and a finely tailored fabric costume with striking details.

This thing is NOT cheap, but remember Sideshow offers a payment plan for all your nerd needs (it's what I've used to get all my geek cave goodies from them), which make having these high-end figures very attainable.

Extra Tidbit: Are there any figure sets you'd like to see made available from The Dark Knight trilogy? I'd be down for a Catwoman on the Batpod, myself.

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