Seems I was one of the lucky ones in dealing with the infamous Sovereign Studios. I purchased his (or her?) custom Arkham Asylum Batman a couple years back off of eBay and, in terms of quality, it's still the best custom figure I've ever even seen, let alone owned (photo attached). In fact, the only gripe I have about the figure as a display piece is that the head was made to be stationary. Could anybody give me a few pointers as to how I might go about articulating the head? It seems to be a hollow rubber cast, but I would love to be able to modify it so that I can socket mount it. Problem is, I don't know the body type that Sovereign Studios used, and I don't want to mess up the fitted rubber cast armor to find out. I was thinking I could just cut and fit the rubber cast head over a generic solid head (neck painted to match the cowl) to give him the appearance of having a somewhat movable head. Would that even work? Any advice would be appreciated before I start cutting...
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