- Superman (The Infected) figure is based on The Infected storyline in the comic book series Batman/Superman (2019
- Superman (The Infected) comes with an alternate pair of hands, and a base
- Figure includes 1 to 4 build-a componates. When combined with the remaining parts, will assemble the Batman of Earth -12, aka The Merciless
- Includes a collectable art card with comic book artwork from Batman/Superman #2 (2019) on the front, and a character biography on the back
- Designed with Ultra Articulation with up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing and play
- Collect all the figures to build the complete The Merciless figure! Robin of Earth -22, Batman (Dark Nights: Metal), and The Batman Who Laughs with Sky Tyrant Wings. Figures sold separately.
Release Date: 25-10-2020
Details: Sent to Earth from the dying planet of Krypton as a baby, Kal-El was found by farmers Martha and Jonathan Kent and raised as their son, Clark. As Clark grew up, the radiation from Earth's yellow sun gave him extraordinary powers, which he kept hidden. Now fully grown, he uses his powers to protect his adopted world as Superman. The Man of Steel is virtually invulnerable and has the powers of super-strength, super-speed, and flight. He also has enhanced senses, including heat vision, X-ray vision, super-hearing, and super-breath. In order to infiltrate The Batman Who Laughs' crew, Superman infects himself with the Super-Villain's deadly nanotoxin and goes undercover as one of the infected.
Package Dimensions: 11.0 x 7.6 x 2.8 inches
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