As a superhero fanatic, one way of showing your support is through purchasing merchandise. This comes in several forms such as costumes, clothing, and basically any product you can think of. But one of the favourites will always be action figures and toy collectibles in the form of our loveable superheroes.
Being one of the most recognizable superheroes out there, Batman has a huge amount of action figures you can get a hold of in DC comic store outlets or online stores.
We gathered 50 of the most desirable Batman action figures and toys that will satisfy your superhero cravings.
50. DC Super Heroes Mattel Select Sculpt Series 6 Action Figure Batman
Unlike some of the Batman figurines on this list, this one is not an original design; this is based on the “DC Superheroes Series 3 Batman”. Hobbyist prefers this one because of its bodywork of grey and black scheme, more similar to its comic book counterpart. The detailed design and paintwork are not the only things you should look out for, your purchase also includes 3 batarangs of varying designs.
49. DC Collectibles DC Comics – The New 52: The Joker Action Figure
Contrary to Joker’s common garish purple suit, the New 52 Joker figurine is rocking a black trench coat which gives him the aura of sophistication, if you don’t mind his sinister facial expression in high detail. There’s a minute amount of accessories but the details of the figurine itself are remarkable.
48. DC Comics Multiverse Batman Zero Year Action Figure
This action figure has sturdy movable joints that you can have fun with like a toy, a step forward compared to some of its kind. Not only that but it also comes with a piece of “Justice Buster”. You might need to collect other superheroes to create the full product “Justice Buster” but it would be worth every penny!
47. DC Comics Variant Play Arts Kai – The Joker Designed by Tetsuya Nomura
The one and only Tetsuya Nomura have brought us another one of his masterpieces in the form of Joker. You are signing up for an excellent set of accessories including a power arm apparatus that turns into a wheelchair.
You’re definitely going to have fun changing his facial expressions as part of the accessories. Each of these is built to match the Joker’s madness.
46. Square Enix DC Comics Timeless Batman Steampunk Variant Play Arts Kai Action Figure
Looking for a steam-punk sci-fi figurine? Square Enix got you. The details in its design of cogs and gears are to die for, satisfying your desire for a classical mechanical steampunk ambience.
Moreover, the cape is heavily influenced by Da Vinci’s designs. Not only is this a collectible worthy for Batman collectors but also for steampunk enthusiasts.
45. Square Enix Dc Comics Play Arts Kai Catwoman Action Figure Tetsuya Nomura
Square Enix is back at it again with another mind-blowing figurine. This time, Catwoman is the stylish star. She is sporting lustrous body armour with a gun, claws, and interchangeable hands. Look out for her hair, as it is movable, giving you more freedom to experiment with her realistic poses.
44. DC Comics Multiverse Signature Collection, The Dark Knight, The Joker Figure
Based on Heath Ledger’s iconic performance in “The Dark Night”, this figurine has its own set of accessories accurate to the film, which is found in his display base. The detail in this particular piece is astounding.
43. DC Comics Multiverse Justice League Batmobile Vehicle
Although not as high-tech as its remote-control version, the DC Comics Multiverse Justice League Batmobile Vehicle is just as awesome. The added guns and rotating wheels trait let you play with it like a toy. Its canopy can be unlocked to which you can put a 6-inch Batman action figure (sold separately).
42. The Dark Knight Rises MAFEX No.008 Batpod
Do you have a Batpod on your list? This scale model from “The Dark Knight” fits perfectly with the Mafex Batman figurine (sold separately). Regardless of your purchase of the said figurine, this Batpod in itself will stand out among your collection with its cool design!
41. DC Collectibles Batman: Arkham Knight Action Figure
If figurines influenced by the Arkham games are your preference, then this is the one for you. Although there are not many accessories included, you would still enjoy posing it for it has articulated joints. You may play with it like a toy or put it on display among your Batman action figures.
40. Bandai Tamashii Nations S.H.Figuarts Joker Injustice Ver. Action Figure
Another video game inspired piece from Bandai Tamshii Nations, get ready to be blown away by the Joker in his marvellous and freakishly realistic characteristics. With extra accessories and moveable joints, have fun striking frightening poses with this piece of art.
39. Bandai Tamashii Nations S.H. Figuarts Batman (Injustice Version)
All Bandai Tamshii Batman products are of excellent quality including this one. The attention to detail is astounding and the articulation allows you to get creative with your stances. Some added accessories are interchangeable hands, batarangas, a grappling gun and an extra head with a mask.
38. Batman ‘Hush’ Collectible Figure by Medicom Toy
Here’s a secret, this prototype released in 2020 is something that you surely wouldn’t want to miss!
Coming from the “Hush” storyline, which contains one of the finest art pieces in modern comics, this will surely blow your mind with its sculpting.
If you’re not sold yet, you might change your mind for its cape consists of wired fabric which allows you to give an expression of a strong wind from any direction.
37. Bandai Tamashii Nations Ninja Batman Action Figure
A spitting image of our main character from the Ninja Batman anime movie is here to serve you looks.
The figurine includes a katana, 2 kunais (throwing blades), additional hands and headpieces plus a removable cape. This is a sight to look at even if you’re not much of a fan of the movie.
36. DC Comics Multiverse Signature Collection, Batman Returns, the Penguin Figure
Moving on to other villains, Oswald Cobblepot also known as Penguin is the mirror of “Batman Returns” Danny DeVito. It’s chunkily built, however, provides limited articulation.
Nonetheless, it still comes with his own set of accessories such as his umbrella gun, top hat, and interchangeable hands, found in its display base.
Link to Shop: DC Comics Multiverse Signature Collection, Batman Returns, the Penguin Figure
35. DC Collectibles Comics Super-Villains The Joker Action Figure
The unforgettable face of the Joker in New 52 would surely get the comic book enthusiasts at the edge of their seats. The figurine displays the horrendous face mask and the outfit in great detail. Equipped with movable joints, feel free to pose this piece of art however you like.
34. DC Comics Multiverse Arkham City Mr Freeze Figure
Mr Freeze is knocking at your door with its 4-inch stature. Modelled after its counterpart in the “Arkham City” game, this is arguably one of the best models in its name yet.
Despite the bulky character design particularly on the upper body, it has competent limb articulation. A sturdy collectible is appropriate as a toy for children too.
Link to Shop: DC Comics Multiverse Arkham City Mr Freeze Figure
33. Medicom – MAFEX 002 Batman figurine
If taking photos of your collectibles is one of your hobbies, this fine figurine is right up your alley. The character design and excellent articulation make it perfect for the job. Be careful with it though as this is delicate.
32. The Dark Knight Rises: Batman, 1/4th Scale Collectible Figure
From the “Hot Toys” company comes another movie-based model. What sets this apart is its eyes and EMP gun which can both lit-up. Add this to its 32 articulations and it’s yours to work with, however, you wish.
31. DC Comics Multiverse Signature Collection Batman Forever Batman Figure
In contrast with the usual matt-finish coating, this glossy piece is the perfect eye-catcher from “The Dark Knight”. It also has an awesome set of accessories and a fabric cape which you can get creative with to execute realistic stances. You can have it stand independently or have it in its own flight stand which bears “Batman”.
30. Batman: Arkham Knight Play Arts Kai – Batgirl
Everything on your figurine checklist would be ticked by this one. The attention to detail and supreme colour scheme is worth every penny. It comes with crisp gadget accessories as well as interchangeable hands that you can play around with to find the perfect badass pose fit for a superhero like her.
29. Medicom Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Knightmare Batman MAF EX Figure
A Batman fanatic would most probably know that our superhero does not have a good relationship with guns, which makes this figurine rare amongst others. Have your fantasy come to life as Batman strikes some sleek poses with a gun.
You might also want to get in with extra pieces that come with it such as Bruce Wayne’s face head, a pair of binoculars, extra handpieces, a Kryptonite spear, and an adjustable stand. Have it as a collectible or a toy, whichever suits you best.
28. Batman action figure from ‘Batman and Son’
Get ready for a spot the difference game with this figurine based on the Batman “Hush” template, both from DC Directs.
The upgrades are noticeable like a more defined physique and better articulation, created to quench your thirst for compelling enhancement. Truly an eye candy!
27. Two-Face (Harvey Dent) Figure by Soap Studio
Get ready for a villain collectable as Harvey Dent more commonly known as Two-Face from “The Dark Knight”, impress us with his realistic design, particularly his iconic disfigured face. His body has moveable joints and interchangeable hands to better suit your image in mind and his trademark lucky coin is included!
26. 2014 SDCC Exclusive Arkham Knight Batmobile
Do you want a transforming Batmobile? This piece got you! Have your Arkham Knight version turn into a robust tank just like how you see it in its in-game counterpart. It has weapon turrets, LED lights and sound effects easily operated with a simple click. Another cool feature? It has a mini-Batman figure that fits perfectly into its cockpit.
25. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Armoured Batman Play Arts Kai Action Figure
Reminisce the fight scenes between the Man of Steel and Batman in “Batman v Superman” with this Batman figurine. Rocking his full high-quality armour, this would be a great addition to your collectibles with his additional weapons and a few sets of interchangeable hands.
24. DC Collectibles Batman: Arkham Knight: Harley Quinn Action Figure
Another game-based collectible coming your way! Harley Quinn from the “Arkham Knight” game is identical to this masterpiece. With such realistic parts, like the wooden bat, your collection would never be the same.
If you’re a fan of accessories, this will get you going because it offers a large set of them including unique ones like a functional mini Jack-in-The-Box. It also has great articulation for flexibility.
23. LEGO BATMAN MOVIE DC the Bat-Dune Buggy 70918 Building Kit
You can’t go wrong with Legos and Batman, like this Bat-Dune Buggy with Lego cannons that shoots mini studs! The real wheel suspensions are incorporated which gives off that rocky terrain feels. The greatest part is that it comes with a Batman Lego figure!
You can add a Captain Boomerang Lego figure in his sleek yet classic iconic suit if you want some action in your display. Have fun building this awesome set!
22. The Dark Knight Rises: 1/12th scale The Bat Deluxe Collectible Set
High-class and sophisticated, take a look at the Bat Deluxe action model with its elaborate details and premium features such as remote-controlled LED lights and working propellers. Mini replicas of Batman, Selina Kyle and the fusion nuclear reactor found in the movie are also included. Take your sweet time admiring this masterpiece as you put it together which in itself is an invaluable experience.
21. DC Collectibles DC Comics Designer Action Figures Series 1 Talon Action Figure
An arrival from Batman’s Rogue Gallery in the New 52 DC comics in 2011, The Talons is here to serve us some looks. Arguably, this figurine is the best among Talon action figures for its identical design to its comic counterpart which is shown through the detailed sculpting and magnificent paintwork. It comes with swords and daggers that can be sheathed or held depending on your preference.
20. Icons Joker Death in the Family Action Figure
Another Joker piece but this time the iconic villain resembles his part in the Batman comics storyline “Death in the Family”. Truly a great addition to your collection as for its high-quality façade as you take a trip down memory lane with how tragic the events are in the comics. Interchangeable hands and weapons like a Tommy gun and the infamous crossbar are included in the set!
19. DC Universe Total Heroes Batman Beyond
Terry Mcginnis from Batman Beyond is beyond comparison when it comes to being suave. The figurine’s humble appearance captures the very essence of what makes the character in the show great. It comes with interchangeable heads (including Bruce Wayne’s), weapons, and last but definitely not least, a mini-figure of an important member of the Justice League Unlimited, Micron!
18. Batman Classic TV Series 8 Inch Action Figures Series 1: Complete Set of all 4 Figures
Created from their respective images in the old Adam West’s Batman TV series, these 4 collectable pieces emit the cheesy aura that the well-loved 60’s show possesses. All of the four figurines wore apparel made out of cloth. The good news? This would only cost you $99.00 and all four of them are ready to be added to your collection.
17. Batman: The Animated Series Harley Quinn Expressions Pack
Looking for something that has range when it comes to moods and expressions? Harley Quinn is here to serve you exactly that with her interchangeable heads from quirky, fun, mad, and even an unmasked version. Some accessories you would also get are her hyenas, clown-based weaponry and even another complete Harley Quinn with a fish head costume.
16. Batman: The Animated Series Two-Face Figure
Whoever says simple and clean cannot be merged together with repulse is wrong. This Two-Face figurine will catch you off-guard for its clean two-tone colour design despite the disfigured face above. Highly detailed facial features are note-worthy for it exquisitely portrays Harvey Dent’s contrasting sides: an honourable gentleman and a grim monster.
15. 1984’s Super Powers Batman by Kenner Products
Sure, the other sleek figurines would have you in awe of their design and sophistication but don’t let this toy’s appearance get the better of you. Arguably one of the rarest Batman merchandise out there, a piece of this in mint condition might set you back a few thousand dollars.
Considering that this is a toy from the 80s, the bright paintwork triumphs over the character’s perfect built and eye-catching expression showing through. Some of its cool traits are the detachable cloth cape and his “Bat Punch” mechanism that you can trigger by squeezing its legs.
14. Hot Wheels Elite One The Dark Knight Trilogy Batmobile
Get ready for a Hot Wheel Batmobile recreated from its appearance in “The Dark Knight” trilogy.
Though this is significantly much smaller than the other Batmobiles in the market, it holds its own charm being how spot-on the details are compared to the one in the movie. As this is a Hot Wheel product, you can play with it like any other toy car without worrying about damage because it has functional wheels. If you like collecting toy cars while simultaneously idolising Batman, this one is made for you.
13. 1989 Batmobile with 2.75″ Batman Metals Diecast Vehicle
Are you just starting your collection just to test the waters? Look no further. This Batmobile replica from the 1989 Batman movie is perfect for you. You may play with this one but with utmost delicate care. Of course, there are cool features in store to satisfy your inner explorer like the unlockable canopy so you can take a peek inside its awesome interior, concealable machine guns, and an opening hood at the exhaust. An extra mini-Batman figure was added for you. Compared to most toys made with plastic, this one is far more durable for the main material used is metal with a few added plastic pieces.
12. DC Universe Theatrical Batman Rebirth Action Figure
This next figurine is no doubt a showstopper. Standing at 19 inches, nobody can miss this piece in your display with its great height. It has excellent contouring and shading along its body that makes it seem like Batman just came right out of the comic books. You can also get creative with how you want him to pose with his articulated limbs. Surely, you wouldn’t want to sit this one out.
11. Entertainment Earth Batman Black & White 1st Appearance by Bob Kane Figure
A spitting image of the original depiction of Batman in “Detective Comics #27” in 1939 is what everyone would say if they got a glimpse of this figurine. The figurine has adjustable limbs plus it comes with a tidy standing embellished with the iconic Bat logo in black and white. Regardless of the simplistic design, this one is a classic with roots deeply engraved from the original Batman design.
10. Zip-line Batman
As the name suggests, this fine-looking piece will get you the action you needed. The Zin-line Batman has an extra weapon not only for looks but serves functionally as well for it can fire a missile or a grappling hook with an attached rope. Trigger the pulley as the hook latches on to something to give Batman some zipping action down the line!
9. Batman Knightfall: Bane Action Figure
Being one of the most famous villains in the “Knightfall” comics, Bane should be no stranger to fanatics out there as he once broke Batman’s back. This particular figurine possesses a tremendous amount of huge muscles which the character is famously known for.
Get ready to be blown away by its ferocious stance and facial expression even behind its mask. There are no additional pieces that come with it aside from its display stand, but you wouldn’t need much because the figurine itself is enough reason to have this on display. Jog up your memory as you recreate the scene where Bane broke Batman’s back.
8. The Joker (from Batman: The Animated Series)
This figurine’s appearance is very much recognizable as it is the spitting image of its counterpart in “Batman” The Animated Series” to which Mark Hamill himself voiced the character. The set comes with his interchangeable hands so he can hold onto his quirky everyday grooming props such as a comb, a cologne, and other stuff. Have fun posing him for photos!
7. Batman (1966)
This one is for those who would like to collect vintage figures rather than modern ones. This is the perfect presentation of Adam West’s Caped Crusader with its lifelikeness and detailing which captures the character on-screen almost perfectly. Get your hands on these easily identifiable extra pieces that come with your purchase such as the prominent shark-repellant, Bat-spray and interchangeable facial and hand expressions.
6. DC Comics Multiverse The Dark Knight Returns Armored Batman Figure
Look at this stocky beast of armour! Batman’s armour from the graphic novel “The Dark Knight Returns” is one of the most-liked Batsuit particularly because it is the inspiration for the armoured suit he wore in “Batman v Superman” movie. The overall design is simplistic, but you could still see details accurately fixed on the figurine as it is in the comic book.
Boasting its 18-point articulation, this figurine can perform a decent number of movements even more so with a sonic blaster accessory in its hand. Fighting stance, go!
5. Batman Thrasher Suit
Who in their right mind would forget about the Batman Thrasher Suit from the “Court of Owls” storyline? Definitely not the avid fans of the superhero. At nine inches tall, this figurine overshadows most of its kind not just with its looks but also with its 50 points of articulation around the body more notably on its fingers.
These great number of movable joints despite its tanky physique allow its hand to function like a real hand which is primarily to hold or grip objects. Remember, its helmet is removable so you can unfold the man behind the suit, Bruce Wayne himself. Certainly, something you should get your hands on.
4. DC Collectibles, The New Batman Adventures: Batman Action Figure
This impression is mostly recognizable for fans of the older generation as it comes from the animated show “The New Batman Adventures”. The figurine is anything that your inner child dream of with its true-to-show design and style.
You can unleash the Batman poses either from a reference or your memory with its articulation from its ankles all the way up to its neck. The set includes interchangeable hands, an alternate cape, and his trusty Bat gadget to fight the crimes.
3. Batman and Bruce Wayne Sixth Scale Figure by Hot Toys
Hot Toys has outdone themselves by producing this figurine set with its face so realistic and functional, that you can actually adjust its eyes and mouth!
It comes with an array of accessories including interchangeable hands and movie gadgets that will surely impress your fellow fan assuming you would show your collection to them!
2. DC Collectibles Batman Expressions Pack Action Figure
A Batman figurine list wouldn’t be complete without this 3D recreation of the the classic 90’s show, “The Batman Animated Series”. It has one of the most sizeable number of interchangeable heads for a figurine of his persona which you can play around by changing his facial expressions.
The set includes other accessories as well such as some of his Bat gadgets, extra hands, substitute capes in different designs, and a display stand. With a figurine this customizable, you are surely doing yourself a favour by adding this to your collection!
1. One: 12 Collective Batman action figure from the Dark Knight Returns
And the king of all figurines goes to this depiction of Batman in “The Dark Knight Returns” comic. Its stocky and solid physique carefully sculpted with great accuracy will never be missed by most of the Batman fans.
Its clothes are made of stretchy cloth with makes articulation a lot easier. Moreover, the set is bountiful of extra pieces like interchangeable hands, menacing facial expressions, Bat gadgets and most importantly, a special stand where he can strike some badass flying poses.
Which of these do you currently own and which are your next target as an addition for your collection?