McFarlane Toys officially reveals Dark Nights Metal figure waves
We’ve seen a few pics that were exciting enough, but McFarlane Toys revealed a slew of pictures of its Dark Nights Metal wave of alternate Batmen. This is a great looking wave despite my ongoing complaint that the line is skewing way too heavy Batman. But let’s take a look at the figures.
Batman: The Murder Machine
Hailing from Earth -44 in the Dark Multiverse, this Dark Knight was born when an all-powerful A.I. program designed by Cyborg began to misinterpret its coding to homicidal ends. A cybernetic nightmare, The Murder Machine™️ is a metallic mangling of the technological power of Cyborg and the tactical brilliance of Batman, formed by ever-changing nanobots.
The Grim Knight
Ripped from Batman’s greatest nightmares, The Grim Knight is his world’s most dangerous vigilante, unafraid to use any weapon and go to any lengths to stop those he deems worthy of death. Armed with the finest arsenal Wayne money can buy, he is now one of the deadliest Dark Knights in existence, second only to The Batman Who Laughs.
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Crashing into our world from the Dark Multiverse’s Earth-1 comes a nightmarish fusion of the only two beings capable of taking on the Man of Steel — Doomsday and Batman. The Devastator is an all-powerful creature in which the unstoppable might of Doomsday is combined with the unmatched intelligence of Batman.
I can’t believe this figure is just going to be $20. That’s a crazy price for a figure of this size.
In DC’s Dark Multiverse, on Earth-32, the green light of will has twisted an angry Bruce Wayne into something very dark and sinister. After the murder of his parents in Crime Alley, young Bruce is gifted with a Green Lantern ring, which allows him to fly and to generate deadly hard-light energy constructs. With no Alfred Pennyworth to guide him, he soon swallows his fear and pain and lets the void that remains corrupt him and the ring, unleashing a wave of darkness across his world, and now ours, as The Dawnbreaker.
This wave is slated for a Fall 2020 release.