Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Check out this Batman: Arkham Origins - Batman Cowl Full Scale Replica by TriForce - Awesome!

Pre-order at Sideshow Collectibles

Sideshow Collectibles proudly presents the officially licensed Batman: Arkham Origins - Batman Cowl Full Scale Replica, masterfully sculpted and painted by the artisans at TriForce. The end result is the most authentic representation of the Batman Cowl from Arkham Origins avaiable on the market.

The Batman Cowl Full Scale Replica is hand-finished and hand-painted to precision quality. Intricately crafted and cast in polystone it features working LED effects modeled to mimic the Batcave design and technology.

Own this authentic piece of videogame history as part of a Limited Edition of 500 pieces worldwide.
Pre-order at Sideshow Collectibles

Size: 26" H (660.4mm) x 23.5" W (596.9mm) x 24.5" L (622.3mm)
Weight: 35.00 lbs (15.88 kg)

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Pre-order at Sideshow Collectibles

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

I like the concept but something seems wrong in the execution. All those lights are distracting and take away from the cowl. Is that how Batman kept the cowl stored in the movies? I don't remember. And can we pick take it off the stand and put it on? Cause you know damn well I would if I could!