It’s a sure sign that Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne is going to be the biggest thing since Batman: KnightsEnd, DC Direct is releasing a series of action figures based on the various time periods Bruce Wayne finds himself tripping through in the series.

The collection arrives in April of 2011, but if you need your Batman Pirate figure now, you might want to hunt down the Legends of Batman line. And if you are wondering where 1920s Detective Batman is, take a closer read at the bottom of the images, as this collection represents Series 1.

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5 Comments

  1. Is pirate Batman holding a gun? The only one I like is Wild West Bats. Cave-bat was okay. Puritian Batman … well … I don’t have anything good to say about that issue.

  2. Astrodinosaurus on

    You didn’t enjoy Pilgrim-Man the new-world’s greatest detective? Blasphemy, burn the heretic!

    • Come on! We’ve got Bruce doing Anthro, The Lone Ranger and Jack Sparrow what’s the problem with Bruce Solomon Kane?

  3. Is pirate Batman holding a gun? The only one I like is Wild West Bats. Cave-bat was okay. Puritian Batman … well … I don’t have anything good to say about that issue.

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