Height: 6 5/8ths inches
Articulation: Hinged ankles, hinged knees, swivel thighs, H-hinged hips, swivel waist, mid-torso hinge, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel wrists, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Shotgun and a torch
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* While Batman and Superman in this series are built like Masters of the Universe Classics figures, the Son of Batman is built like a traditional DC Universe Classics figure. I don't like his joints quite as well as Batman's, but he still has an excellent range of movement and has great durability. He really is a fun figure that I like way more than I ever expected to for some reason. He just looks great in so many crazy poses.
* Do you recognize the Son of Batman's jacket? I didn't at first since it looks so much like the comic artwork but it turns out that it is reused from the DCUC Guy Gardner figure. Pretty wild bit of reuse, right? I'm really digging the look. It really does nail the style aesthetic of the Sons of Batman in DKR and gives the figure a bit of extra bulk.
* This headsculpt is incredible. Mattel did a stellar job on capturing this particular character from the comics and rendering it in plastic. The larger chin, pronounced laugh lines, and piercing gaze really do give this guy a very chilling appearance. It manages to capture some of Frank Miller's art style but keeps it still within the aesthetics of Mattel's typical work on DC figures. The paintwork on the Bat emblem on over his eyes looks good, too. This is just an incredible headsculpt!
* I'm digging the short gauntlets on the Sn of Batman's forearms. They look both really slick and really functional. It's cool seeing the little elements these guys added to their Mutants outfits to show their change in allegiance to Batman.
* The Son of Batman is the most well accessorized figure from the first series as he includes both a double barreled shotgun and a torch. Both accessories look pretty nice considering the more minimalist style of the details, and they both are actual accessories you can see in the panels of the comic and in the DKR animated film.
*I only have two complaints about the Son of Batman and both have to do with his shotgun. First, there's no pistol grip allowing him to hold it properly. Secondly, the painted wood doesn't cover everything that looks like it should be wood on the gun itself.
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