We’re back with another Photo Shoot today with NECA’s Quarter Scale Arkham Origins Batman. The figure stands a whopping 18 inches tall, towering over almost everything else in your collection. This is the 3rd Batman in this scale from NECA, the first two being 89 Keaton Batman, and 60’s Adam West Batman (our galleries). I think they took the cake with this one though. Check out over 50 high resolution images and our thoughts on MegaBats after the break, courtesy of site sponsor Entertainment Earth!
Quarter Scale NECA Arkham Origins Batman
Very well sculpted
Almost full range of articulation for any size figure
Paint is sharp and well done
Moveable armor is great
Accessories nice addition
Cape is a little weak
Arms won’t go parallel with torso
Ankles joints don’t rock very far
Fantastic piece. I hope the pics convey it’s awesometude, because it really is. It’s sharp, from sculpt to paint. Articulation is greater than on some standard 4 and 6 inch figures. It’s above average anyway. It’s got heft, not a hollow brick. Solid plastic. Alternate hands, Batarang and grappling gun (with removable hook), pretty much good to go with a Batman figure. Wouldn’t want much more. BIG. He’s just a tad smaller than Transformers Generations Metroplex, the biggest piece I own. So yeah, big. The only thing I have a real problem with (above points are nitpicks) – I dunno where to put him. My DC figs are on 12 inch tall shelves. So, he’s gonna be the odd man out somewhere. If NECA, or anyone, can replicate this sharpness, with a tad more articulation, in like a 9-12 inch figure, I would be all over it. DCC’s 7 inch was great, one of the best IMO, but this crispness at that size would blow it away.
We didn’t get comparison shots of this with the other 2 from NECA just yet, but we will update with that next week! Check out some key shots below, and slideshow for all 50 after that!