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The Dark Knight Rises arrives in theaters on July 20, but those simply longing to see Tom Hardy's Bane surf a camo Tumbler can celebrate early with the reveal of new 1/6 scale action figures from Hot Toys. That's right, Bane and his presumed version of Batman's Tumbler are getting the Hot Toys treatment, and all the trimmings that go along with it. Bane's a pretty spartan dude, so he comes with a moderate amount of accessories such