They were $20 each.
oh that sux, I guess I'll pass on these if I see em'.....man really wanted that DS too....how much did they set you back??
These are pretty cheap looking. The Batman figure from Mattel has nothing on the DC Collectibles version which is close to being one of the best Batman figures to date.
I found these two figures at TRU yesterday, and I was pretty underwhelmed. Deathstroke has the hinge/swivel joint Hasbro uses on his elbows and knees and it seems to be very restrictive. He can't bend his elbow 90 degrees, probably closer to 45 degrees.
Batman appears to be awesome as he has double jointed knees, something I never thought I'd see Mattel do. His cape is really nice, and unlike Deathstroke his elbows have a good range of motion. The only bummer is that the left leg was fused inside his lower torso. I used the freezer trick to try to break whatever glue/paint was keeping his leg in place, and it clean snapped off. I'm gonna be returning it and hoping I can find another as it is a cool figure. Only thing it needed was an ab crunch.
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