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If there is one thing that you can say about the classic Batman (1966) television series was that it was groovy. (That's groovy in a good way, not, groovy in the sense your parents thought that they were fashionable in day glow bell bottoms. But I digress.) DST continues to show that they are at the top of their game with these beautiful premier resin collectibles. I remember sitting on the floor, towel as impromptu Batcape and being memorized as Batman and the Boy Wonder zipped across the TV screen from one daring adventure to the next.
Had you shown me these statues then I would have been awe struck. Wait, I still am. Don't believe me? Just take a look for yourself.
Prices range from $60 to $150 depending on the character and appeal.
These classic style busts from DST are circa 6 inches tall. While not the largest busts you can find they offer more than enough room for fine detail work, especially on the Mr. Freeze sculpt.
They have also produced a line of full sculptures. These statues show the character in an iconic pose from the series and provide fans with another means to revisit the campy adventures of The Caped Crusader.
Adam West ... Burt Ward ... Who are these guys grandpa?
Figures Toy Company has been producing a lot of different Joker figures, but what makes this pair jump out is the added level of detail they have received. Both Gold Card figures, they are exclusively sold be Excelsior Toys. That means if you are looking for them elsewhere you will be disappointed.
This classic 8" Joker is pulled right out of the pages of some of Batman's greatest adventures. Sporting his Tux, the figure has a nicely tailored costume which plays on the characters style and sense of humor.
Harley Quinn fan? This 8-inch Golden Card figure has striking out fit. The choice in material is different than many of the FTC figures you'll find in their assortment, yet it is still true to the Bruce Timm and Paul Dinni design.
Are you looking for something original to add to your collection? For batman fans look no further than these retro 8-inchers produced by Figures Toy Company. These figures featuring Batman in his classic black costume are an Excelsior Toys exclusive so you can't order them directly through FTC.
When I saw the character I immediately thought of the Tim Burton classic film from '89. I can recall back to the day that my dad and I went to see it, sitting there together in the dark theater it was a treat for both of us, as he was the one that introduced me to the comics. I re-watched the film earlier this year, having not seen it for more than a decade, and I can only say that I wish they had had this figure back then.
There are actually three versions to choose from. The original Batman figure is sculpted with a rounder softer face and cowl. This was later reworked to be more inline with the DC Comics look of the character in his black costume. The new sculpt sports an edgier face and chin which deviates slightly from the Mego look, but only slightly, which shouldn't be a deal breaker for most fans.