DC DIRECT'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY BATMAN ACTION FIGURE CONVENTION EXCLUSIVE (Errata) (2008) DC Direct

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DC DIRECT'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY BATMAN ACTION FIGURE CONVENTION EXCLUSIVE (Errata)
Date: 2008
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Erroneously credited George Pérez as designer

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    DC Comics is sending leftover DC Direct's 10th Anniversary Batman Action Figure to select retailers as a holiday gift

    posted Dec 6, 2017, 7:36 PM by Vu Nguyen [ updated Dec 7, 2017, 8:09 AM ]

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    DC DIRECT'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY BATMAN ACTION FIGURE CONVENTION EXCLUSIVE (Errata) (2008)
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    (Please note: George Perez did not design the Batman 10th Anniversary Action Figure)

    Deep in the DC warehouses, the company has discovered numerous leftover Batman action figures - and its sending it out to retailers as a holiday gift next week.

    This figure is based off the artwork of George Perez, and was made in 2008 as a 10th Anniversary DC Direct item. This particular one DC is sending out is one with Comic-Con International: San Diego exclusive packaging - they were given out at the 2008 event, with the remainder apparently sitting in a warehouse, Indiana Jones style, for the past nine years.

    UPDATE: Photo of the back of the packaging, via bleedingcool.com, shows that it was based on Andy Kubert, sculpted by Jonathan Matthews.  We have noted that it wasn't by George Perez in 2008: DC Direct's 10th Anniversary Convention Exclusives



    DC Direct 10th Anniversary Batman Action Figure, Wizard World Chicago Exclusive?

    31 August 2008, 8:59AM CDT by vu (vu sleeper) [updated at 9:28AM CDT]

    From www.wizardworld.com

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    DC Direct's 10th Anniversary Convention Exclusives 8/2/2008 9:37PM by vu sleeper ... article at www.wizarduniverse.com are not a part of the History of the DC Universe toy line - they're DC Direct's 10th Anniversary convention exclusives, and because the ...
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    DC DIRECT'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY BATMAN ACTION FIGURE CONVENTION EXCLUSIVE (2008)
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    Limited to 2,000 pieces.

    DC Direct celebrates its 10th anniversary with this exclusive Batman figure based on George Perez's artwork. The exclusive comes with custom deluxe packaging and is only available at Wizard World Chicago.

    NOTE: This looks like the exact exclusive that's given away at the San Diego Comicon


    DC Direct's 10th Anniversary Convention Exclusives
    2 August 2008, 9:22PM CDT by vu (vu sleeper)
    From Ilke

    A note that the Batman & Joker figures shown in the article at http://www.wizarduniverse.com/021908dcdirect.html are not a part of the History of the DC Universe toy line - they're DC Direct's 10th Anniversary convention exclusives, and because the anniversary is touched upon in the article, that's why the photos accompany the article.  I think the Batman & Joker figures were both designed by Andy Kubert.


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