The last few months of Hot Toys' show-stopping range of Dark Knight Rises figures have seen some great pieces, but the range's reveals (presumably) come to a close today with the fourth and final primary character from the movie, Anne Hathaway's Catwoman.
When you spend over $400 on an action figure - that's right, this is a posable figure, not a statue - you expect a certain level of "wow". I'm not sure this Batman figure delivers $400 worth of wow, but it sure does come close.
Say what you will about the in-game graphics (which look pretty good for a phone game!), this 3D character art for the Dark Knight Rises game is incredible.
Sometimes when something tragic happens in the United States, Chinese media (including Taiwan and Hong Kong) will jump at the chance to somehow relate it to something happening in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Despite the gravity and the horror of what happened last Friday in Colorado, the Chinese media have done it…
LEGO has made some modifications to its Batman LEGO line for Dark Knight Rises, giving us two new minifigs based on characters from the film.
The good news: there's an official video game based on Chris Nolan's third and final Batman movie, Dark Knight Rises. The bad news? There is none! Only mildly disappointing news, in that the game is "exclusive" to mobile phones.
It's Comic-Con week, which means we're going to be hit with new toy reveals from all angles. That's why only a day after Hot Toys took the wraps off a life-like Christian Bale figure, the Hong Kong company has shown off a Gary Oldman piece that's even cooler.
The full name for this product is "Batman - Bruce Wayne DX Sixth Scale Collectible Figure". That's for retailers, though. People like you or I will just know it as "holy crap it's a plastic Christian Bale".