Tuesday, February 13, 2024

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


   Let's take a short look at another sculpt from CultureFly's C Comics- Batman Tiny Mights: Clayface! I presume this is the Basil Karlo version of Clayface, as he's sculpted to look like a big mess of mud, though other villains with the Clayface name have sported this same appearance. For the full story on CultureFly's Tiny Mights check out my review of Catwoman, but for just the details on this miniature Clayface that really reminds me of a mix between the classic M.U.S.C.L.E. line and Monster in my Pocket, keep reading after the break...


The Facts:

Height: 1 and 5/8ths inches

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

The Positives:

* Clayface is a big, bulky dude and he's depicted here in his melty looking mud form. From what I can tell there are eight different colorways for these: Grey, yellow, purple, green, peach/ M.U.S.C.L.E. pink, red, glow-in-the-dark blue, and glittery translucent green (There's also a special Arkham Asylum set of all twelve sculpts in translucent glittery purple). Of the ones I have, the red and yellow work the best for Clayface, though I imagine grey isn't bad, either. 

* Here's the glow in the dark sculpt on the left! He's quite nice and has a decent glow. I love the spiked ball he's molded his arm into. Whether he's fighting against Batman or with him as part of the Detective Comics team, Clayface brings his own weapons to the fight. 

* Here's a shot of Clayface from behind so you can see how his gloopy look is present all around the figure. 

* 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) and should be able to identify the figures you need.

   I love minifigures and these are some of the nicest out on the market. The colors are bright and bold, the sculpts are crisp, and the "feel" of the Tiny Mights are great: They're nice and solid with just the right amount of rubbery give. I love Clayface's sculpt and how wide ad bulky he is. He's an excellent minifigure and makes for a nice addition to a DC collection or an ally for some of the weirder factions in M.U.S.C.L.E.  He's a Great minifigure and a nice weird little rubber guy to have around. 

If you're interested in more of Clayface/ Basil Karlo, I've also reviewed the Mattel DC Comics Multiverse Clayface, the DC Collectibles Arkham City Clayface and the Imaginext Clayface.

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  1. Very cool. I remember hearing about the Scooby Doo sets, but have never seen them or these.

    1. CutureFly is selling these in packs of 4 on their site (so four packs of 3 figure), so they are available. I never saw the Scooby Doo one, either. I did get a 12 pack of these in Walmart last week; it looks like Arkham Asylum and is kind of a clamshell package with all 12 figures. They're molded in a glittery purple plastic exclusive to the set.

  2. Can be lil clay minions for an actual Clayface action figure. :)

    1. That's a really good idea. I wish they came in brown, though.


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