Articulation: Hinged toes, double swivel hinged ankles, double hinged knees, swivel thighs, swivel/hinge hips, balljointed waist, balljointed mid torso, swivel/hinge shoulders w/ ballsockets, bicep swivels, double hinged elbows, double swivel/ hinge wrists, and a ball jointed neck.
Accessories: 4 Swappable hands, collector card, and display stand.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* Two-Face as Batman is on the left while the single release of Batman (Hush) is on the right. What's the difference? The paintjobs and the headsculpts. I guess it's a testament to the strength of the reuse, though, that I didn't even realize it was a reused sculpt until I had it in hand and started messing around with it. It looks and feels right, so no harm done.
* Built on the excellent Batman from Hush body, Two-Face gets the same muscular sculpt with solid costume details as that figure had. What really sets him apart is the new color scheme, though. The suit isn't just divided in half but mixed up with different colors patterns on the cape, utility belt, costume, and cowl. It's kind of like Harley Quinn's classic costume. The red is a solid but the other half is actually a mix of black and blue. It looks pretty good and seems a bit more intricate and shadowy than just a solid blue would be.
* Two-Face's bat-cowl has the ears coming out from the sides more, a bit more angled and looking more like devil horns. Both sides of his face feature excellent sculpting but the damaged side is obviously far more grotesque with some really nice work on Harvey's damaged face and exposed teeth. The mask is damaged itself while the suit isn't, but as best as I can tell that is accurate.
Dark Knight release), this one makes for a fun figure for the shelf. I don't need to have "Batman-ized" versions of every villain, though, but this version of the character was on a lot of marketing stuff during the Batman: Reborn era and I dig the look. Two-Face as Batman is a Great and a 1/2 figure, particularly if you're a Harvey Dent fan looking for some different takes on the character for your shelf.
Bane (The Dark Knight Trilogy)
Batcycle (The Flash)
Batman (DC vs Vampires)
Batman (The Flash)-- Keaton
Batman Duke Thomas (Tales from the Dark Multiverse)
The Batman Who Laughs with Sky Tyrant Wings (Dark Knights: Metal)
Batwing (Batman Inc.)
Batwoman Unmasked (Batman Beyond)
Beast Boy (Teen Titans)
Beast Boy (Titans)
Catwoman (Batman: Knightfall)
Donna Troy (Titans)
Earth-2 Batman (Batman: Arkham Knight)
The Flash (DC Rebirth) Black & White Accent Edition
The Flash (Flashpoint)
The Flash Jay Garrick (Jay Garrick: The Flash Age)
Fulcum Abominus (Dark Knights: Metal)
Gladiator Batman (Dark Knights: Metal)
Grifter (Infinite Frontier)
Impulse (Flash War)
The Joker (Infinite Frontier)
Kalibak (The Darkseid War)
Man-Bat (DC Rebirth)
Mister Freeze (Victor Fries)
Nekron (Blackest Night)
Project Superman (Flashpoint)
The Riddler (Arkham City)
Scarecrow (The Dark Knight Trilogy)
The Signal Duke Thomas
Superman (Black Adam) Black & White Accent Edition
Superman (Superman: Lois and Clark)
Two-Face (The Dark Knight Trilogy)