Monday, February 26, 2024

Minifigure Review: Deathstroke from DC Comics- Batman Tiny Mights by CultureFly


   Today I've got another minifigure review from CultureFly's DC Comics- Batman series: Deathstroke!  Deathstroke is an interesting character choice for this set as while he definitely is a foe of Batman, when I think of Deathstroke my first thought isn't Batman villain. Still, he fits in well here and has ended up being one of my favorite figures in the set. These guys really remind me of M.U.S.C.L.E. and Monster in My Pocket minifigures and Slade feels like he could seamlessly mix in with your vintage M.U.S.C.L.E. collection. For the full story and all the details on CultureFly's Tiny Mights check out my review of Catwoman. Today I'm just looking at Deathstroke and the four different colorways of him that I had in the shipment of twelve 3-packs I ordered from CultureFly. Let's check out Deathstroke after the break...

The Facts:

Height: 1 and 3/4ths inches

Non-Scalper Price: $5-$6 dollars for 3 figures and a plastic Batmobile case

The Positives:

* I love this take on Deathstroke. It's nothing too unusual and nicely feels like both his classic outfits and his modern looks. It's just a solid, classic version of Slade Wilson geared up for battle. The texture is really impressive on his armored chest and the details all over his belt, knee pads, and boots are crisp and clean.

* This is one of the "chase" minis; he's molded in translucent green with glitter effects in the plastic. I really like Deathstroke's swords. Since Warner Bros. won't let DC products come with firearms, giving Slade some swords is the next best option. They nicely show off his exaggerated,  M.U.S.C.L.E. proportionedhands. 

* Flip him around and you can see more of the sharp details on the figure. His bandanna looks impressive, as do the back pouches on his belt. 

* These sets come in a little plastic Batmobile with a plastic wrap around the middle. The Batmobile splits in half, so you can use it for storing little trinkets or accessories. It's a neat idea and the fact that it's translucent means you can look through it (if you find these in stores) to identify the figures you need.


   Deathstroke gets an Epic from me as he might be my favorite figure in the set. The sculpt, the detail on his belt and armor, and the pose with those two swords just takes this figure and makes me feel like it's really some undiscovered M.U.S.C.L.E. figure. He's just a darn fine mini. While the classic "flesh" or "peach" Deathstroke might be the coolest due to his M.U.S.C.L.E.ness, I think the purple Deathstroke is my favorite. 

   If you're looking for more of Deathstroke, AKA Slade Wilson, check out some of my other Deathstroke reviews: The DC Icons Judas Contract Deathstroke, the standard Arkham Origins Deathstroke, the three pack set of The Joker as Red Hood, Copperhead, & Deathstroke (Unmasked) Action Figure 3-Pack, the New 52 Deathstroke, Mezco's One:12 Collective Deathstroke, McFarlane's Super Powers Deathstroke, and Slade from Teen Titans Go to the Movies. Since Jade Wilson is really Slade Wilson/ Deathstroke that figure counts too, right?

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  1. That's supposed to be the case, though I haven't seen them there. I ordered them through CultureFly's website. They sell them in sets of 12 (four packs of 3 figures). Shipping is a bit high but I've never seen the Scooby minis, so this seemed like a decent option.

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    1. I've been told they're placed up at the front of the store by the registers with Pokemon cards and such, but I haven't seen any yet.


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