As an Azrael fan, I feel it's my duty to give this figure a review. This is Azrael's first figure as Azrael and not Batman, the only other fig of him as Azrael is from DC Superheroes/DC Universe Classics. Azrael stands at about 6 inches. He doesn't have much articulation other than the standard 5 points (and his torso spins with his action feature). His sculpt is pretty accurate with solid paint apps. The figure's style is reminiscent of Batman the Animated Series, but that may be intentional. His action feature is pretty good and doesn't hinder what articulation he has. His cape and cowl however are annoying as fugizzle. It's not too comic accurate (in terms of length or later design), and it's a one piece hard plastic cape, so it goes off center whenever you use his action feature. He...[See More]
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. I'm not sure whether to be surprised or disappointed. Basically, this is the only other honest to goodness Azrael figure in existence besides the DC Universe Classics one. I bought this one before the DCUC one and I am not impressed. He has an "action feature" where he just swings his hand up and down. It's pretty lame, but then again, all action features are. He comes with a few accessories, an extended gauntlet, and a flaming sword, which would be cool if I knew why he had it. I never read the Azrael comics, so yeah, not sure if he had a flaming sword or not. But whatever, basically the figure isn't that good, you can't make use of most of his articulation effectively, no matter how little there is, because of the action feature. He has a removable cape, but...[See More]
Subseries from Batman - Knight Force Ninjas Toy Series
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