Get ready to travel back in 1940s to meet the Dark Knight and discover his origins from our brand new mini-series collection Batman Decades Figurines Collection!
First introduced in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), Batman became one of the signature characters in the world of comic books. Creator and cartoonist Bob Kane drew his inspiration from variety of things including Leonardo da Vinci's ornithopter designs and expressionistic cinema.
This Batman Debut 1940s Figurine was inspired by Batman’s earliest appearance and represents the quintessential Dark Knight. He is wearing a classic grey suit, yellow utility belt, black cowl and cape that imitates a shape of bat wings. It seems that the Dark Knight stands atop a Gotham City rooftop as if maintaining a lonely vigil, cloaked in darkness.
- Officially-licensed DC Comics
- Hand-painted for incredible detail
- Crafted in metallic resin, carefully produced in 1:16 scale
- Great gift for DC Comics fans
This Batman Debut 1940s Figurine comes with a 12-page magazine looking at the original concepts and gadgets of the character, as well as the beginnings of the Gotham City.
A perfect addition to any DC fan's collection and a perfect way to rediscover the history of a legend!