ToyFarce: MAFEX Batman: Hush - Stealth Jumper Batman Review and Images

by ToyFarce
September 14, 2022
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It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review!

This week, we're having a look at the latest entry in the DC Comics Batman: Hush line from MAFEX, the Stealth Jumper Batman. MAFEX and Batman: Hush, name a more iconic duo... I'll wait. With the 5 previous figures from that line being as great as they were, it was time for MAFEX to release a figure that's a little more meh, and the Stealth Jumper Batman is as dispensable as it gets! If you already have the normal Batman, you don't really need it! Only completists (such as your truly) and people who like the design will get it. That suit appears in 3 panels in the entire Batman: Hush story arc (and is in the dark in 2 of them). But how is the figure, though?

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The only panel in which we see this suit in the entire 12-part Batman: Hush storyline!

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The Stealth Jumper Batman comes with 5 extra set of hands, and 2 batarangs. He looks like he was taken straight out of the comic book, as is tradition with MAFEX. The sculpt and details of the suit are perfect, and the figure is highly articulated, as we are used to with the Medicom brand. The texture of the suit, and the details on the breathing apparatus are great. He even has a parachute bag hidden under his cape.

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All in all, it's not a bad figure at all. It has a better (and smaller) cape than the normal Batman, which is definitely an improvement. We can't really move his head, because of the breathing thingy, only slightly turn it to the left or right, unfortunately. Other than that, with all the extra hands, there's tons of display possibilities.

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Now, did we really need that figure, over the upcoming Harley Quinn, Huntress or Nightwing? Not really. The Stealth Jumper Batman already had an action figure in the third wave of DC Direct Batman: Hush figures in 2005, and if i remember correctly, that figure was peg-warming pretty hard back then, and can still be found for around the same price on eBay 17 years later. The DC Direct line had 15 figures (3 waves of 5), and MAFEX has released 6 of them so far, with 3 more already announced. Could it be that if they made the Stealth Jumper Batman after all the other "heavy hitters", they might have not sold it as well? How about the remaining 6 figures from DC Direct (Poison Ivy, Riddler, Scarecrow, Ras al Ghul, Commissioner Gordon, Alfred)? Are they also coming? Are we going to get a MAFEX Alfred?! So many questions!

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DC Direct Stealth Jumper Batman and MAFEX Stealth Jumper Batman

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MAFEX Batman: Hush figures

More news at 11:00... "Why are you doing this?" (Talia al Ghul to Batman in the only panel where he wears that suit. Also, me to MAFEX)



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