Posts tagged "Batman"

10Jan 13


Arkham Asylum’s Joker was awesome in the game and this sculpt is just as good. I was a bit worried that his joints may be loose as the figure’s hands and legs are pretty thin, but all was good. The figure lined up well with Arkham Asylum Batman.

13Sep 12

Arkham Asylum, one of the best Batman games out there, has one of the better renditions of Batman as well. Play Arts Kai has outdone themselves with a great sculpt of the Dark Knight. The paint job and detailing are top notch. There has been some reports of loose joints, but my figure had sturdy joints and posing Bats was not a problem.

27Sep 11

STGCC 2011 recently ended and I managed to score the only Hot Toys exclusive I was only really interested in. continue reading..

29Aug 11

It’s been a week since STGCC and the one thing that’s still vivid in my mind is Hot Toy’s booth. Hot Toys was the highlight of STGCC for me. They brought down their concept booth they debuted at the Hong Kong Con as well as some exclusives for 1/6 Scale collectors. What a privilege. continue reading..

26Aug 11

No Batman should be without his nemesis, and Jack Nicholson’s portrayal of the Joker in Tim Burton’s Batman was out of this world. Hot Toys latest preview pictures of the iconic character is looking real good. Notice that Batman is DX09 and Joker is DX08…… the movie was made in 1989. Getit?  continue reading..

25Aug 11


Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989 paved the way for Superhero films in the past few decades. I still remember watching Michael Keaton on screen as Batman and being amazed at the Dark Knight on screen. Hot Toy’s has teased their new series of 1/6 scale figures based on the movie for the past few weeks since SDCC 2011 and finally we have official preview pictures of Batman. continue reading..

30Jul 11

Hot Toys gave us first looks at their 1/6 scale line up for the coming year at SDCC 2011. One of which was the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s Batman movies. One of the better looking Batmobile designs. continue reading..

12Jul 11

The anticipation begins.

09Mar 11

18Mar 10


The Mori Art Museum in Roppongi Hills is one of my favorite art museums. It’s location at the top of the Mori Towers does help, but it’s also because of the excellent curation of the exhibits. The use of space and lighting goes a long way in helping my appreciation of art.

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