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Batman: Arkham City - BATARANG Full Scale Replica by TriForce Collectibles

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TriForce proudly presents the officially licensed Batman: Arkham City - Batarang Full Scale Replica, masterfully sculpted and painted by the artisans at TriForce. The end result is the most authentic representation of this weapon available on the market. The Batarang Full Scale Replica is hand-finished and hand-painted to precision quality. Intricately crafted and cast in polystone, it measures 22" in height, weighs in at 20 pounds, features working LED effects modeled to mimic the Batcave design and technology, and detachable Batarang! Own this authentic piece of videogame history as part of a Limited Edition of 750 pieces worldwide.

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Preeminent among Batman's personal gadgetry is the Batarang. Based upon boomerang aerodynamics, Batarangs are forged from hardened steel alloys capable of absorbing and retaining electrical charges and finished with heat-tempered, impact-resistant ceramic coatings. Designed for both close-quarter assault and long-range precision targeting, Batarangs may be blunted for hard impacts, augmented with remote control, or sonic deception functionality. 
Like his fellow Horsemen, Death is of a race known as Nephilim – among the most powerful beings in the Universe. When Mankind was given the prize of Eden, Absalom – leader of the Nephilim – led his armies against Heaven and Hell in an attempt to steal it back. For this crime, the Charred Council condemned the Nephilim to destruction. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were granted a reprieve from this fate on the condition they aid the Council’s victory over their kin. The Horsemen accepted, but it was Death who bore the greatest burden of guilt for the near extinction of his race. Donning his iconic mask to represent his role as executioner on the day he slaughtered his brethren, he has not removed it since. - See more at: http://www.projecttriforce.com/index.php?p=product&id=22#sthash.0XMaKBRf.dpuf
Like his fellow Horsemen, Death is of a race known as Nephilim – among the most powerful beings in the Universe. When Mankind was given the prize of Eden, Absalom – leader of the Nephilim – led his armies against Heaven and Hell in an attempt to steal it back. For this crime, the Charred Council condemned the Nephilim to destruction. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were granted a reprieve from this fate on the condition they aid the Council’s victory over their kin. The Horsemen accepted, but it was Death who bore the greatest burden of guilt for the near extinction of his race. Donning his iconic mask to represent his role as executioner on the day he slaughtered his brethren, he has not removed it since. - See more at: http://www.projecttriforce.com/index.php?p=product&id=22#sthash.0XMaKBRf.dpuf
Like his fellow Horsemen, Death is of a race known as Nephilim – among the most powerful beings in the Universe. When Mankind was given the prize of Eden, Absalom – leader of the Nephilim – led his armies against Heaven and Hell in an attempt to steal it back. For this crime, the Charred Council condemned the Nephilim to destruction. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were granted a reprieve from this fate on the condition they aid the Council’s victory over their kin. The Horsemen accepted, but it was Death who bore the greatest burden of guilt for the near extinction of his race. Donning his iconic mask to represent his role as executioner on the day he slaughtered his brethren, he has not removed it since. - See more at: http://www.projecttriforce.com/index.php?p=product&id=22#sthash.0XMaKBRf.dpuf
Like his fellow Horsemen, Death is of a race known as Nephilim – among the most powerful beings in the Universe. When Mankind was given the prize of Eden, Absalom – leader of the Nephilim – led his armies against Heaven and Hell in an attempt to steal it back. For this crime, the Charred Council condemned the Nephilim to destruction. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were granted a reprieve from this fate on the condition they aid the Council’s victory over their kin. The Horsemen accepted, but it was Death who bore the greatest burden of guilt for the near extinction of his race. Donning his iconic mask to represent his role as executioner on the day he slaughtered his brethren, he has not removed it since. - See more at: http://www.projecttriforce.com/index.php?p=product&id=22#sthash.0XMaKBRf.dpuf

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