McFarlane Toys 7" DC Multiverse Batman And BTAS Blue And Gray Variant Figures Revealed

by Jay Cochran
February 13, 2020
Back in January when McFarlane Toys officially announced their new line of 7" DC Multiverse figures, one of the figures listed was a Batman: Detective Comics #1000 Variant Chase. Now thanks to Comic Toy Hunter from Germany, we have our first look at that figure. You can see that it's the same figure as the regular Batman, only the emblem on the chest is different and it now features more classic blue and gray colors. The packaging and all the accessories are the same.

It also appears that McFarlane Toys is giving the same chase variant treatment for their Batman: The Animated Series Batman figure as well. This one which is a straight repaint, is a bit of an odd choice since Batman never featured the blue and gray outfit in that series. Check out the video and images below for better looks at the figure, and look for these to start hitting US shelves soon.

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iag25 - 2020-06-08 @ 6:52 pm

The figures look nice, but the limited function of the shoulder is a bummer. Can't wait for the white knight figures.

worldwarhulk - 2020-06-08 @ 6:37 pm

Yeah, it's like mentioned in the update. This figure isn't much of a "Chase" figure at all. Just go to walmart & get one. They had more of this one figure than any other.

Batfreak87 - 2020-05-31 @ 4:04 am

I'm not impressed by these at all.

JayC - 2020-05-28 @ 10:20 pm

I've gotten word that the blue and grey Batman figures seem to be shipping to Walmarts 4 per case. So shouldn't be as hard to find there as smaller etailers.

TheMikeSnyder - 2020-05-25 @ 11:50 pm

I feel like the sculpts on these are good, but that articulation mid torso is such an eyesore and ruins the look of the body. Not sure why it's like that since McF has done other figures with more seamless cuts.

80sboy4 - 2020-05-20 @ 12:19 am

This is not necessarily something I was looking for but if the blue and grey Batman were easy to get then I might grab one. I'm not going to purchase an entire case full of the regular black and grey version or go out on wild goose chases to obtain him.

Ultimately it's just not a very good mold so I'm not too heartbroken about!

JayC - 2020-05-19 @ 7:51 pm
We have gotten word that the DC Multiverse 7" Batman: Detective Comics #1000 Variant Blue And Gray figure from McFarlane Toys is being treated as an actual chase figure, which simply means it's gonna be a pain to get.As we understand it, the variant figure is shipping in cases with the regular black and gray version, which of course many retailers already have. We have gotten word that places like Walmart are getting shipments that include 4 WW84 Wonder Woman figures, 4 Armored Wonder Woman figures and 8 Modern Batman. We don't know for sure how many of those 8 Batman figures will be the blue and gray chase version, but the likelihood is that it will be a small number like one or two.Places like our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com will be getting cases that have 5 of the regular Batman and only 1 of the blue and gray chase version.Unfortunately it does not look like McFarlane Toys is allowing anyone to order just straight cases of the blue and gray figure, at least not right now. So being able to sell the blue and gray figure individually is not terribly feasible for smaller businesses, at least not at cost. Right now BBTS is allowing you to purchase an entire unsealed case of 6 figures at cost, but that means you will be stuck with 5 regular Batman figures in order to get the chase version.Because of this, you can probably expect the secondary market prices on the blue and gray version to be quit hefty. If your lucky enough to find one in the wild, i'd probably grab it and display it proudly in your collection.If we get any word of the figure being released in greater numbers of if McFarlane decided to allow retailers to order solid cases of the blue and gray figure, we will be sure to update this story.
andoy24 - 2020-04-23 @ 12:24 am

I like the color, it reminds us of the vintage batman

JayC - 2020-04-21 @ 3:18 pm
10 minutes ago, TheGrimeyGhost said:

Also wondering how widely these versions will be? Can't really go out and hunt right now, I'd like to see a simple preorder available at the usual places.

Not sure but will see if I can find out.

TheGrimeyGhost - 2020-04-21 @ 3:12 pm
On 2/13/2020 at 12:27 PM, Neovorticism2 said:

Then, are they limited chase variants or just common repaints available anywhere?

Also wondering how widely these versions will be? Can't really go out and hunt right now, I'd like to see a simple preorder available at the usual places.

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