Hot Toys Batman Returns Sixth Scale Figure Announced, Unmasked Michael Keaton Sculpt Available Too

Michael Keaton is Batman. In the second installment of the Batman series directed by Tim Burton, Michael Keaton took on the role of the caped crusader to protect Gotham City again from terror. He put on an amazing portrayal as the iconic character and now he’s getting made into a Hot Toys Batman Returns sixth scale figure!


Available as just Batman, you can also get the figure as a 2-pack with an additional Bruce Wayne figure.

The movie-accurate Batman Collectible Figure is specially crafted based on the image of Michael Keaton as the iconic character Batman, featuring a newly developed masked head sculpt with separate rolling eyeballs and interchangeable lower faces, a specially created Batsuit, detailed Batman gadgets, and a LED light-up figure base.

The movie-accurate Bruce Wayne collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne in the film highlighting the newly developed head sculpt and a finely tailored suit with great details.

The collectible figures set will specially include a bonus broken cowl, so don’t miss the chance to pre-order.

Now Hot Toys has released Michael Keaton as Batman in the past as a DX set, but they have never actually done any characters from Batman Returns, despite announcing both 1/4 and 1/6 scale Batman Returns action figures in very early 2012.


Fans are definitely excited to finally be getting Batman Returns action figures from the high-end Hot Toys, but the only have one complaint – the Keaton head sculpt doesn’t look like him. Many people have already complained about this on Hot Toys’ Facebook Page, so I would imagine that Hot Toys fixes it up nicely before they release it.

Pre-orders aren’t quite available yet, but if you keep an eye on this page throughout the day you shouldn’t miss the window to pre-order.

UPDATE: Pre-orders are currently available here.

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By Bryan Stewart

Bryan first discovered an appreciation for action figures at an early age, setting up elaborate GI Joe ant hill attacks, complete with firework pyrotechnics. Due to the high injury rate for the Joes, replacements were a constant necessity.

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