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Dark Knight Rises Statues Give Us Our Best Look At Catwoman Yet

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The world was clamoring for every set photo they could get their hands on from The Dark Knight Rises to see just what Anne Hathaway looked like in the Catwoman costume, when all they had to do was wait for the tie-in toys to be revealed. Thanks to a blogger taking a few shots of a preview magazine, we’ve got a really good look at TDKR’s Catwoman. And Bane and Batman to boot. 

The images come via the Idle Hands toy blog and show us Batman, Catwoman and Bane in a few different forms. Here’s the 12 inch Catwoman statue, on sale in July.

The heels don’t look exactly as they’ve been described in the past but not being able to see them from all angles, it’s hard to tell. Here’s the starring trio.

These are the busts coming one month earlier, in June.

Now these next two are action figures and the sculpts still in progress but they too show some great detail on the costumes.

What do you think of the new figures? It’s worth noting they actually call the Hathway figures Catwoman and not Selina Kyle. You can check out some other new DC figures from Ame-Comi to Arkham City and a few New 52 statues as well at Idle Hands.

(via Idle Hands)

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