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DC Comics 75th Anniversary Super Deluxe Kubrick Set
By Medicom
Our Price: $54.99

List Price $99.99

General Safety Warning: Products sold by BBTS may be intended for Adult Collectors. Products may contain sharp points, small parts, choking hazards, and other elements not suitable for children under 16 years old.

The DC Comics 75th Anniversary Super Deluxe Kubrick Set is packaged in a super deluxe 4-color window box measuring approximately 8” high x 7” wide x 2” deep; the figures themselves measure approximately 2.7” high on average. DC Comics 75th Anniversary Super Deluxe Kubrick Set is a limited edition 10-figure set including the following:

Batman (comics-style): Featuring a new deco, this version of Batman is clad in his classic blue and grey costume, complete with yellow utility belt. In addition to defending Gotham City against the depraved likes of Two-Face, Clayface, Killer Croc and even the Joker, Batman provides strategic coordination and overall leadership on behalf of the Justice League.

Superman (Superman Returns movie): Superman is clad in his blue and red costume, with the “S” emblem standing in relief. At the outset of Superman Returns, Superman reappears after a five-year hiatus, having failed in his quest to locate surviving traces of the Kryptonian civilization. In the interim, the world has become largely indifferent to Superman’s prolonged absence; Lex Luthor, released from prison, has acquired a fortune and has developed a staging ground for his mission to discredit Superman.

Batgirl (animated-style): Featuring a new deco, Batgirl is clad in her black costume, with yellow bat insignia, gloves, boots, and cape. Barbara Gordon, daughter of Commissioner Gordon, avidly follows the legendary exploits of Batman closely, and then eventually trains herself for the same line of work. While maintaining her more docile alter ego, she establishes her secret identity as Batgirl and eventually introduces herself as an ally to Batman.

The Joker (The Dark Knight movie): Featuring a new deco and a new accessory, the trench coat-clad Joker is equipped with a pistol. Having brazenly preyed upon Gotham’s scrabbling crime bosses, the Joker offers to eliminate Batman for a price. The Chechen and Maroni eventually accept the offer. By placing various hostages in peril, constructing seemingly untenable predicaments, the Joker pits the residents of Gotham against Batman and against themselves in the course of forcing Batman to reveal his secret identity.

Batman (animated-style): Batman is clad in a grey and black uniform, with the black bat insignia silhouetted against a yellow background. The Batman Animated Series is noteworthy for its tenebrous atmosphere, the revitalization of existing characters such as Mr. Freeze, and the creation of entirely new characters such as Harley Quinn. Though Batman is initially introduced as a lone crimefighter, he is later allied with the likes of Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, and the Creeper.

Batman (The Dark Knight movie): Batman initially interrupts a disorganized three-way melee between Chechen, the Scarecrow and a handful of bumbling Batman impersonators; he decides afterwards that his original costume is weighing him down. Looking for a lighter costume that will provide him with a greater range of head movement, Bruce Wayne consults with Lucius Fox. This version of the Batsuit features a spinning, light-up shield which generates moving symbols and graphics.

Batman (Batman movie 1989): Featuring a new deco, Batman is equipped in his black costume complete with elaborate utility belt. Having placed shuddering fear into the hearts of most of Gotham City’s common criminals, the shadow-hued half-mythic Batman participates in the attempted capture of Boss Grissom’s murderous enforcer, Jack Napier, in the miasmic Axis Chemicals building, and inadvertently creates Gotham’s first supervillain, the Joker.

Robin (animated-style): Featuring a new deco, this version of Robin is clad in the classic red, green and yellow costume, complete with “R“ insignia. Initially partnered with Batman, Dick Grayson frequently rankled under Batman’s authority. Eventually Grayson abandoned the Robin alter ego to become the sullen, mullet-adorned Nightwing, severing as an occasional ally to Batman, and was replaced by the much younger Tim Drake.

Catwoman (Batman Returns movie): Catwoman is clad in a contour-hugging, patchwork-assembled black costume complete with mask. The frazzled personal assistant of Max Shreck, Selina Kyle inadvertently discovers Shreck’s impropriety in his proposed creation of a new Gotham City power plant. The shell-shocked Selina survives Shreck’s attempt to murder her, and feverishly develops the alter ego Catwoman, subsequently entering into a tentative partnership with the Penguin.

Harley Quinn (animated-style): Featuring a new deco, this version of Harley Quinn is characteristically clad in her red and black baroque clown’s costume complete with frilled white collar and two-pronged headdress. Unwaveringly loyal to the Joker, Harley willingly battles any opponent, even including Batman, on the Joker’s behalf, and is typically capable of confounding her opponents with unpredictable acrobatics and an array of gimmick-loaded and improvised weaponry.

Product Number: MED10449
Shipping Weight: 1.61 pounds

   This item is in Standard Grade Condition:
      The item is brand new, in mint condition, and sealed inside its packaging.
      Packaging condition is verified to be 80% mint (C8) or better.
      Standard Grade items are suitable to display in the package, or to open.

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