McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Armored Batman (Kingdom Come) Patina Edition Gold Label 7" Figure

by toynewman
March 20, 2024
Shown below is a look at the new DC Multiverse Armored Batman (Kingdom Come) Patina Edition Gold Label 7" Figure from McFarlane Toys. You can purchase this figure from McFarlaneToysStore with suggested retail price of $29.99.

Introducing the Batman of Earth-22, a symbol of vigilance and order in a world plunged into chaos and metahuman power struggles. From the depths of his Batcave to the forefront of the battle for Gotham City's future, this incredibly detailed 7" scale figure from the DC MULTIVERSE by McFarlane Toys embodies the unwavering resolve of the Dark Knight like never before. In a world where heroes have sequestered themselves and alliances shift like shadows, Bruce Wayne stands as a beacon of determination, creating a militia of robots to maintain order amidst the chaos. With his patina deco, Batman exudes a timeless aura of resilience and strength. Crafted with Ultra Articulation and featuring up to 22 moving parts, this figure offers a full range of posing possibilities, allowing you to recreate epic battles and dramatic moments from across the multiverse. Accessories include a figure base, authenticated art card, and an art card display base, inviting you to immerse yourself in the gripping saga of Earth-22. Join the ranks of collectors and enthusiasts alike and embrace the darkness with the Batman of Earth-22 by McFarlane Toys. Expand your universe, uphold justice, and collect all McFARLANE TOYS DC MULTIVERSE figures today!

Incredibly detailed 7" scale figure based on the DC MULTIVERSE.
Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing and play.
With his patina deco, Batman exudes a timeless aura of resilience and strength.
Accessories include a figure base, authenticated art card, and an art card display base.
Collect all McFARLANE TOYS DC MULTIVERSE figures.


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Emnems80 - 2024-03-26 @ 2:43 pm
2 hours ago, toynewman said:

If Kingdom Come Superman and Wonder Woman came in this exact paint job I'd buy them for backgrounds of my DC figures.

Isn't there a rumored bronze/gold Superman figure coming from McFarlane?

toynewman - 2024-03-26 @ 12:39 pm
19 hours ago, RobertD said:

Right, but again the face itself is painted the same way. This isn't supposed to be a representation of armor, it's meant to depict a statue. The face would be flesh colored if it were meant to actually be Batman in (really poorly kept up) armor.

If Kingdom Come Superman and Wonder Woman came in this exact paint job I'd buy them for backgrounds of my DC figures.

RobertD - 2024-03-25 @ 5:28 pm
On 3/23/2024 at 9:44 AM, Emnems80 said:

Armor does the same as statues with the oxidation effect so it's not odd that McFarlane would do this with the armors.

Right, but again the face itself is painted the same way. This isn't supposed to be a representation of armor, it's meant to depict a statue. The face would be flesh colored if it were meant to actually be Batman in (really poorly kept up) armor.

Emnems80 - 2024-03-23 @ 2:44 pm
20 hours ago, RobertD said:

Right, but it's still supposed to represent a statue, hence the oxidization effect and the same bronze paint on what would otherwise be flesh colored if it were meant to represent an actual, living version of the character. So if he's going to make something that would represent statues in a collection, why not point that target at characters that would in-canon actually have statues, like a fallen hero?

Armor does the same as statues with the oxidation effect so it's not odd that McFarlane would do this with the armors. I definitely agree with you that the statues would be better as the primary focus of these Patina Editions and the armors could be secondary.

RobertD - 2024-03-22 @ 5:51 pm
1 hour ago, Emnems80 said:

I think it kind of makes sense when it's an armor like this to do the Patina thing.

Right, but it's still supposed to represent a statue, hence the oxidization effect and the same bronze paint on what would otherwise be flesh colored if it were meant to represent an actual, living version of the character. So if he's going to make something that would represent statues in a collection, why not point that target at characters that would in-canon actually have statues, like a fallen hero?

Emnems80 - 2024-03-22 @ 4:36 pm
On 3/20/2024 at 9:40 AM, RobertD said:

These Patinas look so terrible, but if he's going to do them, why not do them with characters that make sense, characters that would actually have a statue dedicated to them like comics are constantly doing with characters who've died? Set up a display of Titans who have fallen, a Classic Superman who sacrificed himself, things like that. Ah whatever, I guess. It just feels to me like nobody's dedicating a statue to Kingdom Come Batman. In the end I know it's just Todd trying to double-dip in any way he can on a sculpt that wasn't overly popular. That's what 90% of these gimmick repaints ever amount to.

I think it kind of makes sense when it's an armor like this to do the Patina thing.

TheMikeSnyder - 2024-03-21 @ 4:31 pm

I like the idea of them. But its a pretty niche idea for a repaint.

deecee4 - 2024-03-21 @ 1:08 pm

I have to admit, i actually kind of like it. I'm not seeking it out but, if I were to come across it marked down somewhere...maybe.

MRT - 2024-03-21 @ 3:18 am

I think it looks kinda cool. Reminds me of the rocketeer, an art deco batman statue. Not gonna pick it up though ?

Shrief - 2024-03-21 @ 12:36 am

Agh.. another golden gold label from toaaaaad ??

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