Knight Models Set to Release More ‘Dark Knight’ Miniatures

After last month’s stellar reveal of their miniature line based off of the 2012 The Dark Knight Rises movie, Knight Models is back with two more releases from the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy, but this time the miniatures are from 2008’s The Dark Knight.

Why So Serious?

This five model set retails for $44.95 and includes 5 high quality resin figures that will need to be assembled and painted:

Knight Models Set to Release More 'Dark Knight' Miniatures
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Aside from the stat cards, you’ll get a fantastic miniature of the Joker, and three of his henchmen: Happy, Chuckles, and Grumpy. The fifth clown is the Joker in his bus-driver disguise.

Knight Models does an exceptionally eerie job of capturing likeness, as evidenced by this Heath Ledger Joker miniature. Keep in mind that this little dude is less than two inches tall!

Knight Models Set to Release More 'Dark Knight' Miniatures
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The Why So Serious Joker set will be available sometime this month, so check with your local game store for details.

The White Knight & Two Face

While Knight Models has already released a pretty cool Two Face miniature for their Batman game, this new release will allow players to field either Harvey Dent, the White Knight of Gotham, or his scarred alter ego.

Knight Models Set to Release More 'Dark Knight' Miniatures
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The likeness to Aaron Eckhart is yet another uncanny sculpt from Knight Models:

Knight Models Set to Release More 'Dark Knight' Miniatures
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Harvey Dent can be fielded by Brave and the Bold crews as a free agent. Joker crews, on the other hand, can field Big Bad Harve as a free agent of their own:

Knight Models Set to Release More 'Dark Knight' Miniatures
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I always thought it was a shame that the Nolan films didn’t spend more time with Two Face as a villain, since he’s such a great protagonist- and Eckhart did such a fantastic job playing Dent in the first place. He’s one of those villains that could really add so much menace and still ground a Batman story!

The White Knight & Two Face pack is due out later this month, and retails for $30.00

 

 

About Leigh Kade

Leigh George Kade is a writer, illustrator, and sculptor who lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and two small Skrulls. Leigh has also been a panelist on the wildly popular Geek Show Podcast since 2008. He has been an Entertainment Writer for Bleeding Cool since 2018.

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