Friday, September 5, 2014

Check out Virtual Toys 1/6 scale Weapon Advisor 12-inch Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox figure

Lucius Fox is a fictional character appearing in Batman comic books by DC Comics. He was created by John Calnan, and first appeared in Batman #307 (January 1979). As a supporting character, he acts as Bruce Wayne's business manager who supposedly unknowingly runs the business interests that supply Batman's equipment needs as well as financing his operations. Lucius Fox has been featured in various media adaptions, most notably by Morgan Freeman in the Christopher Nolan Batman films.

CEO of Wayne Enterprises, Fox has the "Midas Touch", an ability to turn failing businesses into successful conglomerates. Fox is called in to the failing Wayne Enterprises and brings a balance to both Bruce Wayne's private and business finances.


Lucius Fox is played by Morgan Freeman in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy. In Batman Begins, Fox is a research head and friend of Bruce Wayne's late father Thomas Wayne who is demoted by Wayne Enterprises CEO William Earle to the Applied Sciences division, which involves overseeing the supplies of Wayne Enterprises' aborted research projects and prototypes. Upon returning to the business, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) strikes up a fast friendship which allows him to all but recruit Fox as his armorer for his Batman activities.

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Virtual Toys 1/6 scale Weapon Advisor 12-inch Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox figure specially features: 1/6 scale Head sculpt, 12-inch action figure Body, Blue shirt, Brown sweater, Blue suit, Brown coat, Beige slacks, Bow Tie, Brown belt, Brown scarf, Brown boots, Six hands, Glasses, Silver Pen, Clipboard with Paper, Newspaper, Map, Military computer


Related posts:
December 26, 2013 – Ace Toyz previews their 1/6 scale Black CEO 12-inch figure (pictures HERE)
March 14, 2014 – A 1/6 scale Morgan Freeman head sculpt was part of my mid-March of 2014 (posted in my toy blog HERE)

7 comments:

Jon Loh said...

This production is so much better than the one from ACE Toys

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

I agree :) I'm much more excited with this figure than the previously released CEO

Anonymous said...

Almost bought the ace toys version the other day on ebay .glad I didnt this one will look alot better with my batman armory alot more goodies also more bang for ur buck thanks for the post,I would of kicked myself for buying the other version

Cute' said...

Hello, i would like to know if Morgan Freeman 12 inch doll is for sale, and if so how much? I would like to purchase him along with a host of dolls you have on display. If you have a catalog of these dolls I would like one. I am a doll collector and would love to display these dolls in my doll case.

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

Hi, if you like you can check out this site to order - http://www.tfh.com.sg/. Cotswold Collectibles also have dolls for sale (http://www.gijoeelite.com/f_home.asp) cheers

Kaido said...

They are not dolls!


LOL

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

Which brings me back to my old post about "Action Figure vs Doll"? (link: http://toyhaven.blogspot.sg/2011/04/i-collect-action-figures-and-here-are.html) Most gals will always address them as dolls but we MAN-ly guys know the differences between a doll and an action figure LOL