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Mattel Dark Knight Rises Movie Masters Alfred Pennyworth Figure Review

With the release of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises fast approaching, Mattel has released several new figures in their Movie Masters toy line!

Join me for a look at the first-ever figure of Michael Caine’s Alfred Pennyworth!

Video after the jump!

 

 

 

 

 

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11 Comments

  • eddie says:

    This is a figure i think looks better in had then it does in image

  • If you want the signal piece, but don't really want an Alfred, this makes for a good Bruce Wayne custom with the head from the TDK series. I bought two just so I could do this 🙂 You have to modify the head slightly, but it's pretty simple.

    • Pixel Dan says:

      Good idea! Though I feel many will want to have Alfred. Especially since he's a bit tough to find. 🙂

      • Yeah, I definitely wanted an Alfred, but some people are weird 😉

        Many people want a true Bruce figure as well, though, and this works pretty good if Alfred begins to become easier to find when the case packouts change. many stores are only getting Batman and Bane right now, which is why he's hard to find.

        There are three packouts that I know of: Just Batman and Bane, batman and Bane with Alfred one per case, and another that, IIRC, has Batman, Bane, Alfred and Catwoman, but I'm not sure of the quantities on that one. It seems to be the least common though.

  • Hey! Alfred has never been "just a butler."

    :-p

  • Captain Triumph says:

    Bought two of him…not happy paying $18 a piece for them but I did it just the same!

    • Pixel Dan says:

      figure prices are getting more and more awful!

      • binks says:

        I actually got Batman, Bane and Alfred at my local K-Mart for $12 a piece when they first came out. I lucked out!! I totally agree that figure prices are ridiculous and getting out of hand. For example the new 3 3/4" Spider-Man figures should not be $12.99 at my local toys R Us!! That's a joke!

  • Eddie says:

    No offense guys but enjoy those prices. here in Australia be pay $20-30 bucks a figure in stores. and our dollar is equal with US its shipping that kills us. I dream of the day of $12 figures (late 90's early 2000's here)

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