Months after returning home, Bruce Wayne, now embarked on his career as Batman, discovers that Ra’s Al Ghul is alive and conspiring with the Scarecrow to poison Gotham’s reservoir with a fear toxin that would destroy the city. During a birthday party for Bruce, he is greeted by a surprise guest: his former mentor Henri Ducard. It is then that Bruce comes to the realization that the man he thought was Ra’s was only a decoy. It was his second-in-command Henri Ducard (played by Liam Neeson) is the real Ra’s al Ghul. How can Batman withstand an assault from a villain who knows his deepest secrets?

As with my Bruce Wayne custom, the Final Duel Ra’s Al Ghul uses a suited Wesley figure from the Angel/Buffy figure line. The scarf was created with black vinyl while the cane is modified from a leftover Saruman staff. Most of the work went into the headsculpt, which is a modified Jonathan Archer ENTERPRISE piece. Its not the most accurate likeness, but I might revisit this project at some point to rework it.

Created Summer 2005

Featured in CustomCon 13


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