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Barbara Gordon 'The Oracle' Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:3921  
Name:Barbara Gordon 'The Oracle'
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Batman
Creator:DDA  
Date Added:September 4, 2007
Base Figure:ML X-23
Height:5.50 inches
What do you get when you randomly put together spare bits and pieces...Thats right, you get Barbara Gordon in Oracle form :)

Base: ML X-23
Head, Forearms/Hands, Feet: X-Treme X-Men Rouge
Hair: Sue Storm (Power Blast Invisible Woman Fantastic Four: The Movie)
Knees, Lower Legs: ML Spider Woman
Glasses, Bracelet: Misc
Wheelchair: ML Professor X


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User Comments
Unknown User - Tuesday, September 4, 2007
If you know where and how to look and are patient ANYTHING comic related can be found on Bittorrent
it'll certainly crop up under Alan Moore and Batman searches
And Pretty cool Oracle DDA - but something about her face doesn't sit right with me - she looks too old or something
~_@
Dedi
Dr Nightmare - Tuesday, September 4, 2007
It's on Bittorrent!? Everytime I look for comics they have nothing I want, lucky find this time, lol.
Unknown User - Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Yup The Killing Joke - is where Babs gets shot and crippled
the TPB is called that too
by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland
Great read - can't believe you havent read it Doc
Joker at his most Evil
If you can't afford it - bittorrent is your friend
~_@
Dedi
Dr Nightmare - Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Ooooh, okay, I've heard that name thrown around, I didn't follow up on it because I really can't afford to buy comics right now, and with my compulsive buying...
Punstarr - Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Apparently the story was called "a killing joke", but I dunno what TPB it'd be in.
Dr Nightmare - Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Cool man, what TPB is this story in (Barbara getting shot)?
(I saw the background of this fig and thought, hey, when did I take that picture! )
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