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At the American International Toy Fair in New York last week, folks were going batty for all the new merchandise to feature the Caped Crusader in all of his many forms. Among the hottest items were at the NECA booth, where they unveiled their 1/4 scale BATMAN figures based on Michael Keaton as Batman (1989) and Adam West as Batman (1966). Today comes word that both figures are available for pre-order right now over at Entertainment Earth, and I’ve got full details on The Rock Father below…

Batman 1966 TV Series Adam West 1:4 Scale Action Figure:

batwestIf you’ve ever wanted a tall action figure of Adam West from the 1966 Batman television series, here is your chance! This Batman 1966 TV Series Adam West 1:4 Scale Action Figure is nothing short of amazing.

Measuring 18-inches tall, with over 20 points of articulation, a functioning utility belt, interchangeable hands, and more, this definitive action figure with actor Adam West’s likeness is mandatory for anyone who grew up loving the original Batman television series.

PRE-ORDER NOW! 

Batman 1989 Movie Michael Keaton 1:4 Scale Action Figure:

batkeatonIf you’ve ever wanted a tall action figure of Michael Keaton from the 1989 Batman movie, here is your chance! This Batman 1989 Movie Michael Keaton 1:4 Scale Action Figure is nothing short of amazing.

Measuring 18-inches tall, with over 20 points of articulation, utility belt, Batarang, grapple-gun, interchangeable hands, and more, this definitive action figure with actor Michael Keaton’s likeness and real fabric cape is mandatory for anyone who loves the Batman film that defined Batman for the modern generation.

PRE-ORDER NOW! 

I’m partial to Keaton myself (Summer of 1989 was The Summer of Batman for me – please, no MR. MOM jokes), but growing up on ’66 Batman reruns on Channel 32 here in Chicago, I’m digging that West figure as well. I had a bunch of the ’89 Batman toys, and shouldn’t have ever sold them. 

Now, my oldest daughter is getting into all-things BATMAN, having been BATGIRL last Halloween, and enjoying some of the cartoons.

Are your kids into BATMAN yet?

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