The Batman Who Laughs is making Koto’s ARTFX line a whole lot creepier in 2020

The Batman Who Laughs is making Koto’s ARTFX line a whole lot creepier in 2020

Is he overexposed? Yeah, he is. Have I gotten a bit tired of seeing him pop up in the comics? 10-4, good buddy. But, strangely, I’m still pretty excited every time I see some manufacturer’s new take on The Batman Who Laughs. And now Koto’s set to bring what looks like my favorite take yet:

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The sculpt, pose, and paint are outstanding, but holy cow, can you take your eyes off of that base? I didn’t care for Dark Nights: Metal, but I want that blingy base and its occupant on my shelf yesterday.

Here are the details from Koto (you can check out more pics over at the product page):

From Dark Nights: Metal - Dark Knights Rising which features the seven nightmare Batmen who exude a terrifying aura that is popular amongst fans worldwide, “Batman Who Laughs” joins the ARTFX series and is sculpted to perfectly represent the “Dark Multiverse”. 

Batman who has superior intellect, logic, and the physical power to defeat any enemy, has now been turned into an fearful enemy who lacks all morality… 
This statue perfectly depicts a figure that should only exist in nightmares, with this Batman who has slowly transformed into a figure similar to Joker. From the belt and buckles that can be seen throughout the statue, to the spikes poking out of the bat cowl, the twisted nature can be seen from every angle of this statue. 

Batman Who Laughs ARTFX Statue is sculpted in 1/6 scale (approximately 330mm), and the paint job brings out the dark and gothic nature of this figure that can be enjoyed by collectors of all kinds.

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