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Batman Dark Knight Trilogy Play Arts Kai Catwoman Action Figure

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  • It's Anne Hathaway's Catwoman from the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises!
  • High-quality, articulated action figure stands 8 1/4-inches tall.
  • Includes a handgun, an exchangeable hair piece, and more!
  • Display stand included
  • From Square Enix.
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Technical Details
Item Weight503 g
Product Dimensions27.9 x 8.9 x 19 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Item model number662248812311
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00AH7ZAT2
Best Sellers Rank 146,771 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight522 g
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Date First Available5 July 2013
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

Product Description

Looking every bit as seductive and cunning as she does in Christopher Nolan's Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises, it's the Catwoman Play Arts Kai Action Figure! The Catwoman Play Arts Kai Action Figure stands 8 1/4-inches tall and comes with alternate sets of hands, a handgun, an exchangeable hair piece, and an alternate head. She even comes with a display stand so you can add her to the rest of your The Dark Knight Rises collection!

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1 x Figure
5 x Accessories

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By mr j cox on 14 Mar. 2014
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was charged for posting when it said it was free!!! the packaging was just one piece of paper to protect the inside box .
catwomans box was unstuck down one side and the inner crate was dented and torn.
the figure however is quite good to scale to the other dark knight series she was the last i needed she stands fine on her own and is quite stable and can get in some good poses.
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The model looks good with a decent, if not extensive, range of movement but my copy turned up with one arm off and a very loose leg joint.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mahmoud Maher on 11 Nov. 2013
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After watching some youtube reviews of this figure online, I was very excited to add it to my collection. Someone actually labelled it the best in the Dark Knight series, which is completely not true. The sculpting on the face is flat. There were some botches of paint on its back. The figure's forefoot was a bit detached from the rest of the foot and last but not least, the figure is almost impossible to pose on its own because of the heels, I had to get it on its knees for it to stand correctly without the provided stand. Overall an overrated figure and perhaps the worst of the bunch. If I had to rate them I'd say:

1) Joker 5/5
2) Batman 4/5
3) Bane 3/5
4) Catwoman 2/5
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By wayne taylor on 2 Oct. 2014
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Very pleased
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Amazon.com: 18 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great figure but poor quality control for the price 10 Aug. 2013
By A. Mendez - Published on Amazon.com
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I was really looking forward to this figure but when I received it, I had to send it back for another one because the paint on the face mask was not correct. There was flesh color on the top edge and it was over the forehead on the right side. For a 60 dollar figure, it's not what I expected. And then the one I received has no ratcheting on the left leg and it seems to be out of the hip a little. Furthermore, the head pieces have visible break off marks where the piece is broken off the tree during manufacturing. They can't sand it off? Given the cost, the quality control is very poor.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Best Selina Kyle Figure of them all! 20 Aug. 2013
By Audio - Published on Amazon.com
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Out of all the Selina Kyle Dark Knight figures/statues released, this really takes the cake. It was the last one I ended up acquiring, but it stands far and above even the Hot Toys 12" version (which I paid retail for, and was still almost four times as much as this figure in cost - and now goes for much more).

First, don't be deceived by the picture - she is not grey, she is black, just like in the film. I'm sure the promo pics were lightened to show the detail, but the real figure does NOT look like that - which is a GOOD thing! I have seen reviews stating that she is too grey, and I wonder if those people are reviewing the photograph or the actual product. Her sculpt is great, very accurate, and the paint job was also superb (probably the best I have seen on a Selina since just about every other product has issues with where her hairline/forehead meets the goggles). The only critical thing I'd say about the sculpt is that the bust is a little large like you so often find on Catwoman merchandise (particularly from Japan) but that said it isn't too much to be distracting, and with the upper body articulation you can minimize it's effect, and when she is pointing the gun or otherwise using her arms I really don't notice (and since this is a particular pet peeve of mine as a Catwoman/Selina collector, if I can get past it, I think most can).

Her multiple heads are really great - and the description/photographs don't explain it very well. It looks like she has two looks - one with the wind-swept hair and the mask down, one with the straight hair with the mask up. In actuality, you can do four looks for her - the hair pieces are separate, so you can use them on either one, making a total of four looks (both mask up and mask down with both the hair styles). It's ingenious. You pop the head over the hair and put the whole thing on the figures head peg.

That said, this was the only quality issue I had - the head and hair parts don't snap together terribly well. I was able to remedy that with the hot water trick (the tap water in my home is very hot, so I don't have to bring the water to a near boil on the stove like others who also do this to pop or attach items to figures; other people use hair dryers to heat them). I heated up the head and then placed the hair in it, mushed it in really good to get it tight, then immediately flashed it with ice cold water and that seemed to do the trick. I also had to do this when changing hands (warm the hand NOT the peg), and the hand is perfectly secure and fitting now.

That said - THIS IS NOT A KIDS TOY, so I'm sure if I grabbed her by the head too hard or dropped her it would come out again. These types of figures are not made for little kids to be banging around the house with - they are for collectors to pose and display, so I don't think it would put up with too much abuse. Glue is of course also an option, but for now I like being able to do the separate looks.

Speaking of posing...man. Seriously. This figure is the most posable figure of any size I have ever owned. Because of the fabric outfit on the Hot Toys version, while she can be posed rather well you don't want to go too far for fear of messing up/ripping the fabric. Since this is fully plastic, there is no worry. She has more articulation than I can count, and holds the poses well, too. How long it takes those joints to wear out will be interesting to watch, but again, this is for collectors, not kids, so as long as you aren't rough or are posing her for hours every day, I don't see much of a future concern.

I ended up taking the U-Command Batpod (remote control) that I got on clearance, used a plastic saw (a saw for plastic, not made out of plastic, LOL) to saw off the part of Batman that was fully attached to it (the base of his cape) and have Selina perched on it and it looks spectacular. It's not in scale (she is a tad too big) but I have her sitting up, pointing her gun and you really cannot tell. I have even put her in the prone riding position (she doesn't lay as flat as in the movie, again because of scale, but still looks good) and using a couple of clear rubber bands attached her to the Batpod (doing it on the legs around the shin area works perfect) and actually used the remote to driver her around. The Batpod is pretty rough and hits things often, but she has been just fine.

It seems funny to end with the packaging, but that is stellar as well. It's a gorgeous box, beautiful graphics, very high-end feel, and the front flap opens with a Velcro enclosure for those that want to leave her in there. Though, I wouldn't - she is such a great figure keeping her like that would be a shame. I was also very surprised to see attached with a bubble in the back a very complex stand. It's "clear" plastic (read: milky white) and even has a couple of screws to put it together. It's kind of neat - I wasn't expecting that. Since it's in a sealed bubble, you just have to be careful removing it if you want to keep the packaging in-tact. I don't need a stand for her since I use the Batpod, and I'm not too keen on the "clear" plastic look in a display, but I bet I will dig it out someday for another purpose.

Can't recommend this enough. This is the first Play Arts figure I have bought, and I was impressed. When I saw it available for pre-order, I was a little sticker shocked at the price for a 9" plastic figure, but easily well worth it. I wish I hadn't waited so long! In fact, I've already ordered a 2nd one so I can display both the up and down goggles in my set-up. When I get the second one, I'm also going to permanently glue all the heads (since with two sets I'll have four heads total so I can glue all four configurations without worry of wanting to switch them around later). It's definitely made me a fan of the company, and I look forward to enjoying more.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful Cat-woman figure, sadly underrated. 23 April 2014
By People call me Kat - Published on Amazon.com
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Since the first discovering Play Arts Kai, I've been very pleased with most of their figures. This one is not an exception. I got both Cat-woman from them and very happy with it.

Pros:
- Has a wide range articulation, I can pose her almost in any way I wanted. (Laying down, crawling, walking...)
- The joints are tight yet very flexible.
- Very well built, highly detailed with beautiful painting.
- Come with extra hands, another head and a pistol.
Cons:
- Her heel is a little small, make it harder to pose, but not a big deal.
- Should have come with a whip, come on cat-woman must has a whip!

Overall: Definitely recommend this figure, feel like she is a underrated, but in reality this figure looks really good. As I said before, I own both Cat-woman figures from Play Arts Kai and so far I love both of them.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
for the Price this is too great of deal 13 Jan. 2015
By Shadow9as - Published on Amazon.com
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its almost as same as hot toys. for the Price this is too great of deal.
great figure BUT ..... 27 Oct. 2014
By sameh Jamal Al Ghoul - Published on Amazon.com
it a great figure and look nice in my collection but the huge and big problem is the leg ball joint specially the one under the waste it make it look like crape so you have to be careful how you move it but everything else is great the head look awesome and the hair is fantastic but you will forget all of that when you see the joint of the waste its really bad
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