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Batman vs. Alien Action Figure 2-Pack

Batman vs. Alien Action Figure 2-Pack
The first release in the "Versus" line comes from the 1999 Batman/Aliens comic book mini-series co-published by DC Comics and Dark Horse. In the series, Batman faces strange new Aliens produced using DNA from some of Arkham Asylum's deadliest inmates. The 2-pack includes two comic book based figures, both with over 30 points of articulation and stand about 7-inches tall. Batman features a fabric cape, and the "Joker" Alien has a bendable tail and comes packaged in a window box.
Company: NECA
Themes: Batman, Alien / Aliens, DC Comics
Product Type: Action Figures
Characters: Batman
Age: All Ages

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