Tetsuya Nomura, if you don't know that name, is arguably Japan's most visible video games character designer, best known for his work on the Final Fantasy games. He's responsible for some of the most memorable dysmorphic faces, improbable pantaloons, kitchen-cleaver swords and punk-via-bouffant hairdos in gaming history.
And now he's shown us what he might do were he green-lit to drop DC's Batman into one of his games. Think Batman by way of Final Fantasy XII's Mydia by way of a Battlestar Galactica Cylon.
That's more than just a concept drawing, too: You might eventually be able to buy this version of Batman, which Nomura apparently designed for DC Comics' Variant Play Arts Kai action figure line. The figure was revealed in advance of Comic-Con, which kicks off today, July 24 and runs through Sunday, July 27.
Nomura's going to be at the show autographing postcards on behalf of Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts and DC Comics series Play Arts Kai action figures purchased at the show (you have to buy one to get the autographed postcard -- a little gimmicky-sounding, I know).
No word yet on when (or I suppose we need to include the condition if) this claw-winged, crimson-visored version of Batman's going to be available, but Kotaku says the figure will be on display at Square Enix's Comic-Con booth through Sunday.
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