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    The single greatest headsculpt I've ever seen.

    The new Hot Toys Keaton Batman from The Flash.

    This is beyond crazy...a Madame Tussauds figure doesn't look this realistic.


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    Geez a Lou, that is all kinds of insanely awesome! The whole figure looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confessional View Post
    Wow, interesting… it's so good that the hair looks second rate and odd.
    Get your eyes checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confessional View Post
    Wow, interesting… it's so good that the hair looks second rate and odd.
    I'm pretty certain Keaton is wearing a piece in the film, so it's somewhat screen accurate.
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    Last edited by Confessional; May 26, '23 at 4:20 PM. Reason: <strabismus!>

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    That does look great. Say what you want, but no one ever looked better in a batsuit than Keaton. Visually he was the best Batman ever on film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    I'm pretty certain Keaton is wearing a piece in the film,
    No doubt; Keaton had bad lettuce back in '89. That being said, I have to agree with Dwayne. That could easily pass for a photograph taken of him. Truly amazing how far headsculpts have come.
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    Now if spacecraft toys could have the same level of detail

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    Oh my goodness! That sculpt is so spot on its spooky!
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