At last weekend’s Comic-Con International in San Diego, Square Enix unveiled a new assortment of DC Comics Play Arts Kai Variant Batman figures. Called the “Rogue Series,” the new collection of figures mixes Batman with some of his most notorious villains. Square Enix released official images of the first figure from the line, the disturbingly unsettling “Two-Face Batman” figure.
In typical Harvey Dent fashion, the figure is half “normal,” and half disfigured. The “normal” half looks like a fairly typical Play Arts Variant Batman figure; armored up and ready to fight. The Harvey Dent half? Well, that’s where things get a bit disturbing. The Two-Face half features a tattered up Batman costume, with exposed skin and musculature. The figure presents itself as a half-destroyed Batman portrait, with a grotesquely exposed jaw, teeth and eyeball.
“Two Face Batman” comes with several hands, both normal and damaged, an alternate Batman/Two Face portrait, a grappling gun and a “Two-Faced” batarang.
The Square Enix Play Arts Kai Two Face Batman figure is expected to ship November 2016. Because it’s an import, retail is set at 21, 384 yen, or approximately $202 USD.
And if “Two-Face Batman” isn’t enough for you, there’s also a “Joker Batman” figure coming out way. Official images of that figure have not yet been released by Square Enix.
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