‘BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES’ JOINS ‘HEROCLIX’
Posted January 11th 2018 by CardGameGeek

Set Featuring New Clix Characters from Several Cartoons


 

After more than 25 years, the distinctive characters and styles of the critically-acclaimed Batman:  The Animated Series have come to WizKids’ DC Comics HeroClix, in a new expansion scheduled to release in August.

DC Comics HeroClix:  Batman the Animated Series will feature all-new likenesses of popular Batman characters, all with new dials; as well as a variety of characters taken from Batman:  The Animated Series and other DC-inspired animated series:  Justice League UnlimitedBatman Beyond, and the Super-Friends.  Many of the characters in this set have never been given the Clix-treatment before, including Zeta, Leslie Thompkins, Maxie Zeus, Kyodai Ken, the Clock King, the Phantasm, Riddler’s Robot Minotaur, and Apache Chief.

The Starter Set includes six figures:  Batman, Robin, Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and the Joker, along with a HeroClix rulebook, a pair of double-sided maps, a “Power and Abilities” card, tokens, dice, and character cards.  MSRP for the Starter Set is $24.99.

The rest of the new set will appear in the DC Comics HeroClix:  Batman The Animated Series Booster Brick, which includes 10 booster boxes for the game.  Each booster has five figures and five character cards.  MSRP is $12.99 per booster.

Dice and Token Pack will also be available, featuring two custom dice and six action tokens with images of the heroes and villains of Gotham.  MSRP is $9.99.

To support the new release, WizKids is offering the DC Comics HeroClix:  Batman The Animated Series Release Day OP Kit.  Each kit includes three copies of a special limited-edition figure of the Penguin and his character card, along with five copies of a double-sided map and an instruction sheet.  Like other promotional items, the Release Day OP Kit is marked “Not for Resale,” and stores are limited to a maximum of three kits.

WizKids recently released a set featuring Wonder Woman for the game (see “More Wonder Woman for ‘HeroClix’”).

 

Original article published by ICv2.