September 17, 2016 has been declared to be the third-annual “Batman Day” by the folks at DC Comics – a 24-hour celebration of all-things Batman. One of the interesting things about the character is that it works in so many forms – from the colorful camp of The Caped Crusaders of the 1960s, to the ominous tones of Alan Moore’s THE KILLING JOKE or Frank Miller’s THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, there’s many shades of grey and black. Zack Snyder’s BATMAN v. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE introduced a new version of the character – one familiar, but still like nothing previously seen in live-action… a real brawler. We’d soon find out that Ben Affleck’s Batman had faced-off against Jared Leto’s Joker (seen in David Ayer’s SUICIDE SQUAD), but as a hypothetical – what if The Joker had the upper hand? My friends at Entertainment Earth recently served-up their SDCC Exclusive Batman v. Superman: The Joker’s Wild Batman 19″ Big Figs Action Figure by JAKKS Pacific at San Diego Comic-Con International, but with a few left (one of which they sent to Rock Father HQ), we decided that teaming-up for a Batman Day Giveaway was the way to go! One lucky reader of THE ROCK FATHER™ Magazine will score this fantastic figure (a $60 value)! Enter below…
From Jakks Pacific’s Big Fig 20-inch scale collection – this limited edition Batman v Superman: The Jokers Wild Batman 19-Inch Big Figs Action Figure – Convention Exclusive is a mess. While Batman stands tall and has 7 points of articulation, the Joker got to him on the way from the factory. The Clown Prince of Crime tagged old pointy ears with his name and a bunch of crude symbols and drawings, showing that he’s got a great second career in designer toys if the whole super-villain thing doesn’t work out for him. This is what happens in Gotham City when you don’t lock up the spray paint at the art store!
The Joker’s work didn’t stop with Batman. The grimy Gotham City walls on the box are painted and defaced too, because the Joker doesn’t respect anyone or anything – not even your toys! You’re not going to stand for this, are you? Don’t let the Joker win. Pick up this awesome Batman figure today and show Mr. J that you’re not afraid of him, even if he did mess up your action figure before you had a chance to buy it.
The Dark Knight has many enemies in the bowels of Gotham City, but none is more deadly and more unhinged than the Joker, the diabolical Clown Prince of Crime. With an origin shrouded in mystery, this creative, conniving criminal always has a scheme up his sleeve to get the last laugh on the good citizens of Gotham. Considering his repulsion of the Caped Crusader, what if the Joker took it upon himself to design Batman’s iconic costume? That would certainly give the Caped Crusader a colorful new look that reflects Joker’s insane ideology! At 19-inches tall, this Entertainment Earth Exclusive is a great example of what the bad guys of Gotham City think of the Bat – which is to say, not much.
Enter to Win The Joker’s Wild Batman Big Fig:
Use the Rafflecopter Widget below (it will guide you), starting with the first (mandatory) entry method – Leave a Disqus comment on this post that shares your answer to the following:
QUESTION: From Entertainment Earth’s BATMAN selection (click here to see), which item would you most like to own?
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The Fine Print:
Promotion open to residents of the U.S. only, ages 18+, void where prohibited. Winner will be chosen at random on, about, or after September 20, 2016, and will be notified via email to confirm. If no response within 24 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen. Prize provided and shipped by Entertainment Earth. This is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.
1980s-style Disclaimer: Many will enter, few will win! Please allow 8-12 weeks for delivery of prizing (seriously, probably not that long), The Rock Father is not responsible for any lost or misdirected packages. In the rare occasion that a prize does not arrive (which, sadly, has happened), you have no remedy other than moving on.