A nightmarish vision of evil with haunted, glowing eyes, Twister Strike Scarecrow rises like a hideous, ghostly apparition and launches his reign of terror. He clears a path of destruction with his deadly scythe slash attack that cuts down all who stand in his way -- all except for Batman, who stands determined to end the tyranny.
With all the fancy new articulated figures running around today, people seem to forget that back in the 90's there were some damn good figures that didn't need much articulation at all to be amazing. And even more amazingly, some of those figures were in the Batman family, standing boldly next to the purple Batmen we all knew we would never buy, but some silly soul still decided to make. The Legends of the Dark Knight series was cranking out figures that looked like today's McFarlanes. They were intricately detailed and appealing, even if it was just another purple Batman. Batgirl looked great, and I'm still looking for her, but I was lucky enough to stumble across The Scarecrow for now. I have not yet seen a Scarecrow that has even come close to being as awesome as this one. The new ones...[See More]
Subseries from Batman - Legends of the Dark Knight Toy Series
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