NEW KOTOBUKIYA BTAS OPENING SEQUENCE BATMAN STATUE

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Kotobukiya has released official photos and information for their upcoming Batman: The Animated Series – Opening Sequence Batman ARTFX+ Statue. The upcoming piece is 1/10 scale and stands over 8.5″ tall. Currently Japan has a release date of November, but no release date as of yet in the United States. Check out all the details below.

Batman: The Animated Series was created in the wake of the success of Tim Burton’s Batman films in the 90s. The series enjoyed widespread acclaim thanks to the dynamic animation by Bruce Timm, its Noir inspired aesthetics, and its darker tone that appealed to adult audiences. Now, in honor of the 80th anniversary of Batman, the animated version of the timeless hero is coming back to the ARTFX+ series for the first time in three years.

The statue’s design is based on the iconic title sequence of the series, when the Dark Knight appears on a rooftop in Gotham City with a bold flash of lightning.

The vignette style base resembles the skyline of Gotham City, with a sculpted Bat Signal shining against the nighttime scenery and three dimensional electricity effect parts that give the statue an atmospheric appearance.

Even to this day, the Batman stands at the ready to take down the evil that lurks in the darkness!

You can currently pre-order this amazing piece from out friends at Entertainment Earth!

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About Kotobukiya:

Founded in 1953, Kotobukiya has grown into Japan’s #1 collector toy company, with a peerless reputation for quality and craftsmanship. The firm has developed a number of the world’s best-loved properties into exquisite collectible statues, figures, and kits that bring joy and value to fans the world over. You owe it to yourself to check out the superb offerings from Kotobukiya!

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