Terry is visible in this version, only the second version to use Terry's
own likeness. The costume is also 'battle damaged', allowing you to
remove pieces from one leg, one arm, and the chest to show the underlying
Packaging - **
Nothing of exceptional note here. I've always liked the use of the
reflective surface for the Batman logo on the Batman Beyond packaging, but
other than that it's pretty standard Batman/Hasbro fare.
Sculpting - ***
This is a terrific sculpt, although you already have it if you had picked
up the previous Power Armor Batman. This is the exact same figure,
simply done in different colors. However, this is a far better color
scheme than the silly Power Armor version. It's the accurate
costume, and the silver underneath goes great with the black.
Paint - ***
As I said, although this is the Power Armor Batman, the colors are far
superior. Paint application is good, and the red, silver and black
on the cycle look fantastic.
Articulation - **1/2
HasKen's usual 5 points. Knees would have really been nice here, but
don't expect it, particularly in their Batman lines.
Are you talkin' to me?
Accessories - ***1/2
I consider the bike and the armor both in this assessment. The armor
fits very well, only allowing some of the silver on the arm to be
visible. The helmet also fits well and goes on and off quite
easily. The bike simply kicks butt - and even with HasKen's limited
articulation scheme, he still fits on it quite well.
Overall - ***
I wanted a figure of Terry, but was disappointed in the silly paint scheme
of the Power Armor version. This is much better, and the addition of
the very cool StrikeCycle make it a must have for the big Batman Beyond