Cyborg Superman (Snyderverse)
Another custom that imagines an expanded “Snyderverse.” I was not the first to use this basic concept. It’s a merging of a Henry Cavill Superman with Cyborg limbs. The chest would have looked better with some sculpted texture, but sometimes speed and laziness win out. I opted for simple paint (read more...)
Brainiac (Snyderverse)
This was an easy customs that addresses the question “What might Brainiac have looked like in the Snyderverse?” Honestly, probably not like this, but I’m going with it anyway. The head comes from the statue and bust of Brainac created by b3dserkstudios. I modified it and printed it to fit (read more...)
Lucius Fox (2008)
Since I made this custom, we’ve learned Todd may be offering his own take on a Lucius Fox figure that comes with a Tumbler Batmobile. I hope that’s true! If so, once again the Casimir Curse lives to serve the greater good. Like so many of my suited male customs, (read more...)
Martian Manhunter (Snyderverse)
This is another customs that is supposed to be suggestive of a character, without being fully screen accurate. The base body is a standard McFarlane Martian Manhunter, with some details removed. The head is a 3D sculpt by the ToyManKid. I printed it, slapped it on, gave everything new paint, (read more...)
Metallo (Snyderverse)
What might Metallo have looked like in the Snyderverse? Almost certainly not this! But this is what I was dealt, so I’m going to run with it. After I assembled by Cyborg Superman, I still had some perfectly useful Cyborg parts. I had seen others use a similar recipe, so (read more...)
Riddler (1995 Williams)
According to widespread Hollywood lore, Robin Williams was the first choice to play Riddler in 1995’s “Batman Forever.” That didn’t work out,  but can you imagine if it had? What a fun spectacle that would have been! Far as I can tell, this scenario never even got as far as (read more...)
Scarecrow (Straitjacket 2005)
After 4+ years with the DC license, I think most of would agree that when it comes to live action accuracy, McFarlane’s track record is hit and miss. Mostly miss. (But the “Batman and Robin” movie wave proves he can nail it when he tries.) I felt like this version (read more...)
Scarecrow (2005)
McFarlane’s “Dark Knight” wave gave us a Scarecrow in his straitjacket, which is fine, but that was from a mere few seconds of film. Most of the time he’s wearing a suit. I needed that version on my shelf. I stated with the ubiquitous Diamond Select “Gotham” Jim Gordon figure (read more...)
Chachapoyan Alter
Another fine 3D sculpt brought to you by Charveys3D! Printed with Siraya Fast tech Grey on an Elegoo Jupiter. The main body is hollow, of course. After painting it, I applied lines of glue along the seams and cracks, and then sprinkled with “Army Painter” grass, for that mossy growth (read more...)
Tanis Map Room
InPrintConditon was a Patreon subscription that developed some amazing 3D playsets and accessories for printing. Sadly, they recently shuttered their doors, and the world is lesser for it. This is their Map Room playset. I printed using Siraya Fast Tech Grey in an Elegoo Jupiter. Most of the pieces are (read more...)