So apparently, at some point in the DC comic book universe, this conversation happened:
Person 1: Where are we going to store all our toxic waste?
Person 2: I know! Why don’t we dump it into a giant, vaguely humanoid, clear construct!
Person 1: Do you think the combined toxic chemicals could somehow give this construct a limited intelligence so that it couldn’t really think but would want rampage through cities spewing toxic waste?
And thus was born Chemo…
I’m not sure how a giant-sized character ended up in mini-figure format but I like the irony. And he’s not really a Batman villain so it’s odd that he’s in Series 2 (unless he’s in an upcoming Batman Unlimited movie). That said, it’s just a cool figure. And I’m pretty sure the heroes would rather fight this version than the normal Godzilla-sized version.
And he works well better scale-wise with Heroclix and Fighter Pods.
The rest of series two (along with codes) are:
C = Armor Batman
D = Polar Batman
W = Mr. Freeze
X = Bane
Y = Chemo
Z = The Joker
Thanks to Joe over at actionfigureinsider.com Mighty Minis forum for the codes!
While looking for pictures of Series 2, I stumbled on to some pictures of what I am assuming is series 3. There’s a small picture at toolfetch.com with Nightwing, Red Robin, and three Batman repaints plus two more I think are Clayface and Killer Croc. They seem to come with vehicles.
I bound better pictures of Nightwing, Red Robin, and one of the Batman repaints at toyworld.co.nz.
picture from toyworld.co.uz