Batman Dons a Blue and Gold Batsuit for Limited Edition Arkham Knight Play Arts Kai Action Figure

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To be sold next month at San Diego Comic-Con, Square Enix’s Batman: Arkham Knight Play Arts Kai action figure will be available in a limited addition color variant.

The regular Play Arts Kai figure has the Dark Knight sporting his customary black and grey Batsuit. This SDCC exclusive version brings a bit more color and visual flair thanks to a metallic blue and gold paintjob. Looking pretty sharp there, Bats!

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Like the regular version, this alternate figure comes with gadgets and interchangeable hands, and those too are trimmed with the blue and gold paint.

Again, you’ll only be able to buy this blue and gold Batman figure in person by attending San Diego Comic-Con in early July. However, for those who won’t be in attendance, the Square Enix Online Store has the figure available to pre-order with a ship date of August 31st.

Pre-orders are also available for the traditional Batman figure (shipping August 1st), Robin (August 31st), Arkham Knight and Harley Quinn (both shipping September 30th). But you better have a fat wallet because each figure is $99.99. Ouch.

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