Batman Dead End Son of City Hunter Predator (Batman) Custom Action Figure
Custom #:64571
Name:Batman Dead End Son of City Hunter Predator
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Batman
Date Added:August 10, 2014
Base Figure:NECA Wasp Predator
Height:7.50 inches
Completion Time:50.00 hours
Articulation:25 points
The "Son of City Hunter" Predator is so named due to his mask resembling that of the City Hunter from Predator 2. He was featured in the short film Batman: Dead End, written by Sandy Collora. He appears next to Big Red after Wasp Predator is defeated by Batman. He is a Wasp Predator body with a City Hunter Head and p1 neck ball. His weapon is completely custom made from an old credit card based on photos given to me by Dragon Dronet, the actor that portrayed this Predator in the Dead End film. Completely repainted based on the suit Sandy used and viola' we have the Son of City Hunter

User Comments
Dsokumoto -
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Funny thing is the photos you have and the ones you probably have seen and or the ones you see on the net, are usually pictures take in his shop by him and his friends while making of the short.

I hope you two can hit it off, he's a nice guy and has been in the industry for years. He’s worked on Star Trek, True blood, Heros and many, many more films and TV shows so he’s a wealth of information on how to do or how they did just about everything. The man has Kahless's (Star Trek) sword or the first bat'leth (the rubber Star safe version) hand painted on his wall, just hanging there. So do talk to him he usually always answers question of anyone that asks him how to do or how they did things.
Dsokumoto -
Thursday, August 28, 2014
My buddy Dragon Dronet made that Predator Suit, he also made and still has the weapon. He was impressed by your work and how close you got when you only have a few seconds when the weapons was visible in the film. He's on face book you should look him up. On his face book page you can see him in the suit with the weapons standing Head off but all the rest on. If you talk to him he might, send you more pics of the weapon... He's a great guy and a model builder himself so he really was, as he said "tickled" how well you captured the character.

Oh look in his timeline pictures about half way through (there is almost 1700 so it might take a bit)there's a lot of pics of a lot of stuff but about half way through you can see him in his shop, where they shot Batman Dead end (called that because his shop was at the Dead end of the street).
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Dude, that is some awesome information right there. Great story too, naming it for the street being a Dead End. I'll Look him up on Facebook. I'm honored and glad he likes the figure. I actually have a lot of reference photos of the suit, but not so much of the weapon. Thanks again man.
windblock2007 -
Monday, August 11, 2014
it so bad I got it on VHS.....this is before AVP....I was so hyped when that film came out....and I know its maybe like 15 minutes......but it was bad a$$ for it's time......great Predator.
Monday, August 11, 2014
Yea its a pretty cool film. The different Predators are also great. They were originally supposed to appear in Predator 2, but Stan Winston ultimately scrapped their concepts. Thanks for the compliment.
NeCrollector -
Monday, August 11, 2014
Pure badass perfection!!! It's so good to see new Cyclone_06 Predators!
Monday, August 11, 2014
Thanks a lot big guy. I appreciate the compliments and support as always. I see this one accidentally uploaded 2 times... that was an accident.
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