Batman Beyond vs. Batman

Reign Of The Batmen

DC premiered a Darwyn Cooke Batman Beyond short at WonderCon Saturday to celebrate 75 years of Batman. I love the line-up of Batmen at the end of the short.  

New Two-Face And Mr. Freeze Animated Figures

New Batman: The Animated Series Two-Face Figure

Model Villains

DC Collectibles has released images of two more figures for their updated Batman: The Animated Series line, Two-Face and Mr. Freeze.

The Two-Face figure is based off of the 1997 design and will feature accessories from the episode “Sins of the Father.” He features 17 points of articulation.

Batman: The Animated Series Mr. Freeze figure.

Mr. Freeze will come with his freeze gun and robot spider legs from the episode “Cold Comfort.” Freeze will have 26 points of articulation.

Batman: The Animated Series Two-Face figure. Batman: The Animated Series Mr. Freeze figure.

With this new line of Batman: The Animated Series action figures, the DC Collectibles team is using the original character design sheets that were used by the animators to ensure these figures are as accurate as possible to the cartoon. All of the figures are in the 1/12th or 6-inch scale and will be accurately scaled in relation to Batman.

Look for Two-Face and Mr. Freeze in your favorite comic and specialty store this November. Or shop for them online on Amazon or at

Batmobile Sells For $ 4.6 Million


Holy Collectibles Batman!

One of the original Batmobiles from the Adam West Batman TV series sold on Saturday for $4.6 million dollars. The winning bidder is a car collector from Arizona who joked that he plans to tear down a wall in his home and display the car in his living room.

In 1965, 20th Century Fox Television and William Dozier’s Greenway Productions approached vehicle customizer George Barris to produce a Batmobile for the Tv series. Given only 15 days and $15,000 budget, Barris transformed a Lincoln Futura concept car in to one of the most iconic vehicles ever.

I don’t know what this auction Batmobile comes equipped with, but on the show the car featured a 390-in 1956 Lincoln V-8 engine and a B&M Hydro Automatic transmission. Gadgets include a nose-mounted aluminum Cable Cutter Blade, Bat Ray Projector, Anti-Theft Device, Detect-a-scope, Batscope, Bat Eye Switch, Antenna Activator, Police Band Cut-In Switch, Automatic Tire Inflation Device, Remote Batcomputer, the Batphone, Emergency Bat Turn Lever, Anti-Fire Activator, Bat Smoke, Bat Photoscope, and many other Bat gadgets. If needed, the Batmobile was capable of a quick 180° “bat-turn” thanks to two rear-mounted ten-foot Deist parachutes.

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