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Deadshot - Dark Knight Style - 'the Arkham Files' #07 Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:20246  
Name:Deadshot - Dark Knight Style - 'the Arkham Files' #07
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Dark Knight
Creator:Birdman  
Date Added:March 2, 2010
Base Figure:Spider-Man 'Peter Parker' Body & J. Jonah Jameson Head
Height:5.00 inches
For Deadshot (or Floyd Lawton) I was inspired by the film Boondock Saints (the first one!) - there was a killer, nigh unstoppable and definitely the sickest mofoon the block. The one with the heavy glasses, I forgot his name. He has killed by Rocko I believe, after the shootout around the pool table. (If that is any help.)
I just wanted to make the character of Deadshot less of a 'gentleman-super-killer' type and more of a creepy hitman type of guy that just happens to be very good with firearms - that's why I gave him the heavy glasses. An truly great shot, with bad eyesight...

He was made from a Spider-Man 1st movie 'Peter Parker' with hands from a Daredevil movie figure and the head movie of J. Jonah Jameson. The glasses I believe were from an Austin Powers figure and lots of guns from a Matrix N2 Toys Neo.

All painted with Citadel colors and sealed.

Hope you enjoy


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Mint Condition Customs - Wednesday, September 21, 2011
For someone who was so inspired by the film Boondock Saints, you sure don't remember it well, haha.

Cool concept though.
Patraw - Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Awesome alternative take on Deadshot. This would be an excellent figure even if it was just a generic weapons dude. Love the tattoos too.
blaynescott - Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Looks great. Although, didn't Deadshot appear in the "in-between" Batman Nolan-verse animated short? I seem to remember him shooting someone while he rode a Ferris-wheel a few miles away. In any case, your depiction is closer to what would appear in one of the films.
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