LEGO is having a blast with dishing out buildable helmets/head sculpts. Joining Star Wars and Marvel is DC Comics’ very own Batman. Well, only Bat’s cowl only, of course.
No superheroes’ parents are more famous than Batman’s. Funny how this is true even as Mr. and Mrs. Wayne died in the very beginning of the original story. I guess their death is important as it served as a motivation to young Wayne to come Batman.
Remember our post on the “UCS-style” LEGO 1966 Batmobile? Well, it is official now. It will arrive this month, on the 26th. IMHO, it is a must-have for any Batmobile collector, whether or not if you are a fan of LEGO or not because, rotatable stand.
Hot Toys is revisiting Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy with these re-releases. Why? It sells, obviously. This is awesome news for folks who are late in the game in picking up high-quality collectibles from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy, or anyone who missed collecting them previously because of budget constraint. Wait. Scrap the …
Super fans of Batman, you will want to hear about this. There is going to be a new LEGO Batmobile coming your way. The best part is, it is not based on the modern day Batmobile; it is ride of choice of Adam West’s Cape Crusader, the 1966 Batmobile.
Before you get ga-ga over this product… no, the Zack Snyder’s Justice League Deluxe Steel Boxed Set is NOT a DVD or Blu-ray set of the 4 hours plus director cut of Justice League. It a 1/12 scale action figure box set based on the recent version of the movie.
If you are a fan of Batman, here’s a desk lamp for you – that’s if brightness isn’t the main point because, I suspect it is not going to shine much like, you know, the Millennium Falcon variety.
Fans of Batman, specifically Tim Burton’s, who have Bruce Wayne kind of wealth may want to check out this super limited Batman x Kross Studio 1989 Batmobile Desk Clock.
We just want to direct your attention to the Batcycle that will appear on Matt Reeves’ The Batman – if you haven’t already caught wind of it. We already seen the exposed engine Batmobile earlier this year, but as it turns out, the purported Batcycle was seen much earlier.
LEGO Batman who already own the LEGO 1989 Batmobile will not want to miss this surprise LEGO Batman set, the LEGO 76161 DC Batman 1989 Batwing which is based on the Batwing as seen on the most iconic Batman movie of all time, Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman film.