It's the Bat! Formerly known as DC Direct, DC Collectibles has a ton of Batman stuff en route to an online shop or local comic book store near you. Statues continue to be the bread and butter of the line, with a Dark Knight Returns version of the Dark Knight on horseback inspired by Frank Miller's artwork and a fantastic Black and White interpretation of the Caped Crusader as drawn by Tony Millionaire.
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Most surprising were the Aardman Batman figures, which I've heard of but had not seen previously. Batman and Robin look positively goofy, The Joker resembles Krusty the Clown, and Catwoman is amazingly de-sexualized. I didn't know it was possible for DC Collectibles or any manufacturer to pull that off, but here she is. (But don't worry, there are dozens of other versions of Selina Kyle that are as smutty as you'd like it.)
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Additional Arkham Asylum figures are en route based on the video game, as are other statues from a variety of sources. But let's be honest, those Aardman figures are the weirdest and most interesting thing you'll see all year long... well, maybe tied with Tony Millionaire's statue.