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Batman Forever (1995)
Batman & Robin [Movie] (1997)
Batman and Robin (1996)
Batman and Robin Crime Squad (1996)
Batman and Robin DUO-Force (1997)
Batman Knight Force Ninjas (1998)
Batman Movie Collection (1997)
Batman Returns (1992)
Batman The Animated Movie Mask of the Phantasm (1994)
Batman The Animated Series (1993)
Batman The Animated Series Crime Squad (1995)
Batman The Dark Knight Collection (1991)
Batman The New Adventures (1998)
Batman The New Adventures Mission Masters (1999)
Batman WB Store (1995)
Classic Batman (1998)
Legends of Batman (1994)
Legends of the Dark Knight (1996)
Toylines (chronological order)
1991 Batman The Dark Knight Collection
1992 Batman Returns
1993 Batman The Animated Series
1994 Batman The Animated Movie Mask of the Phantasm
1994 Legends of Batman
1995 Batman Forever
1995 Batman The Animated Series Crime Squad
1995 Batman WB Store
1996 Batman and Robin
1996 Batman and Robin Crime Squad
1996 Legends of the Dark Knight
1997 Batman & Robin [Movie]
1997 Batman and Robin DUO-Force
1997 Batman Movie Collection
1998 Batman Knight Force Ninjas
1998 Batman The New Adventures
1998 Classic Batman
1999 Batman The New Adventures Mission Masters
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From the News Archive
2009 SDCC Day 2: DC Universe Movie Masters And Batman/Superman Public Enemies
2009 SDCC Day 2: DC Universe Movie Masters And Batman/Superman Public Enemies
Posted 7/26/2009


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Posted 7/26/2009
Actionspiel für PS3, Xbox 360 und PC „Batman – Arkham Asylum ... - Bild.de

Actionspiel für PS3, Xbox 360 und PC „Batman – Arkham Asylum ...
Im Kampf gegen mehrere Gegner müssen Sie auf der Hut sein – Batman ist nicht unsterblich. Im Gegensatz zu vielen der Superschurken, denen er sich stellt, ...
Fledermaus auf der Flucht
Batman: Arkham Asylum Weiteres Video zum Fledermaus-Abenteuer
Batman Arkham Asylum: Kurzes Entwicklerinterview

Posted 7/26/2009
Mattel 2008 SDCC Day 3: Batman: Brave And The Bold

2008 SDCC Day 3:
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Posted 7/26/2008
Kenner 1982 The Adventures of Indiana Jones (Kenner, 1981)
Many collectors are competing over a relatively small number of figures produced, and as such, Indiana Jones is a small but expensive toy line to collect.

The Adventures of Indiana Jones (Kenner, 1981)

Based on characters and scenes from Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Adventures of Indiana Jones were manufactured by Kenner. At that point, Kenner was most well-known for the success of its Star Wars action figures, and so they kept the same scale (the infamous 3-3/4 inches still used as a standard today), except they added articulation to the knees. They created a basic set of figures, a few playsets, and a 12-inch figure. While not much was made, the figures that did get made had a great visual quality and captured the feel of the movie quite well.

The basic figures included Indiana Jones, Marion Ravenwood, Toht, the Cairo Swordsman, Belloq, Sallah, the German Mechanic, and Indiana Jones dressed as a German Soldier. A ninth figure was supposed to be released on a card: Belloq in his Ceremonial Robe. This figure was offered as part of a mail-away promotion, but he was never available carded (proof cards, or prototypes of the card he was supposed to be on, do exist). Two other figures, Indiana Jones from the Map Room scene and Monkey Man, were offered in the Map Room and Streets of Cairo playsets, respectively.

While all the figures are highly prized, Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood are far and away the most desirable two figures. Indiana Jones is the quintessential Indy figure, and often times, he has condition problems. His small pistol and fragile string whip accessories are often missing, and his thumb is almost always broken. Mint loose figures are very expensive. Marion Ravenwood is simply hard-to-find because she was the supposedly unpopular female figure, since marketers didn’t think boys would want to play with a girl action figure.

The playsets are arguably the best part of the line. The Map Room and the Streets of Cairo have plenty of play value. As collectors items, they make for great display pieces with the figures. The Well of Souls is very intricately detailed and serves as a nice centerpiece for any loose Indiana Jones collection. The Desert Convoy Truck was the lone vehicle in the line, and a very hard to find Arabian Horse was also produced.

The 12-inch figure was a redressed and repainted version of the 12-inch Star Wars Han Solo doll, since actor Harrison Ford portrayed both characters. The 12-inch figure used to be the most coveted piece in the entire line, but in recent years, the value has subsided tremendously, since newer and better-looking 1:6 scale versions of Indiana Jones have been produced.

Posted 6/23/2008
Tonner Doll Co Jan 2008 Batman - The Joker Doll - Reviewed

Batman’s archenemy – The Joker – has been portrayed by a number of famous actors.  Cesar Romano was the famous villain in the 1960’s television show; Jack Nicholson was the Joker in the 1989 Batman film; Mark Hamill was the voice actor in Batman: The Animated Series; and Heath Ledger will be the Joker in the upcoming film – The Dark Knight.
Tonner Doll chose to add the character to their DC Stars line.  But the company decided to model it after Robert Tonner’s take on the comic book character rather than a specific actor.  This is consistent with the rest of the Tonner Character Figures’ DC Stars series.
Similar to the rest of the DC Stars line, The Joker is packaged in the solid black box with the DC Stars logo on the front.  And as always, Tonner takes pride in protecting their items and making sure that they arrive to you unharmed and unscathed.
Posted 1/6/2008
DcDirect July 2008 Batman: Black & White Statue

The popular BATMAN: BLACK & WHITE line of artist-inspired statues continues!
Fans have been anxiously awaiting this design by Neal Adams, one of the most famous Batman artists of all time! This statue, which is a near-replica of the cover of BATMAN ILLUSTRATED BY NEAL ADAMS VOL. 1 (and the pose that first appeared in “The Joker’s Five-Way Revenge”), is sculpted by Adams’ son, first-time DC Direct contributor Jason “Spyda” Adams! It is certain to be another sought-after addition to DC Direct’s line of BATMAN: BLACK & WHITE statues.

The statue measures approximately 6.75” tall x 8” wide x 6.5” deep and is painted in monochromatic tones. It features a logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black-and-white box.

Advance-solicited on sale July 16, 2008 •Statue • $75.00 US
Posted 11/24/2007
Kotobukiya Oct 2007 - Batman - Catwoman 1/6 Sogt Vinyl Kit
Price: 7,800 yen
Series: Batman
Manufacturer: Kotobukiya
Release Date: Oct 2007
Type: Soft Vinyl Kit
Description: 'Mrowr!' says the box, and I'd have to agree! This 1/6-scale prepainted PVC figure of Selina Kyle, a.k.a. 'The Feline Fatale,' or even more a.k.a. Catwoman, depicts Gotham City's most celebrated cat burglar in a dynamic yet oh-so-sultry pose as she goes about her evening of random thievery and clandestine skulduggery. The detail is delightful and the finish is fantastic, and she even comes on a nice round black base. Just place her on her display base, and she's ready to go. Goggles are removable to reveal those dreamy eyes. Order yours now, while the cat's still in the bag!

Posted 11/24/2007
DC Direct June 2008 Batman vs. The Joker Statue

<b>Batman</b> vs. The Joker Statue Batman vs. The Joker Statue Description:
Don't let him get away, Batman! Featuring work by some of Dc Direct's premier sculptors, this hot line of Statues showcasing classic confrontations begins with a battle between notorious enemies: Batman and The Joker. Sure to be two of the most talked about characters this year, they are depicted here in a stunning scenario as Batman fights to prevent The Joker from escaping Arkham Asylum. This wonderful limited edition, hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain statue measures approximately 14-inches tall x 7-inches wide x 8-inches deep. It includes a certificate of authenticity and is packaged in a 4-color box. Don't let this one escape you
Posted 10/27/2007
Kenner 1970s-1980s Toy Recycling

Toy 'recycling' is a well-known practice in the toy industry. To keep production and tooling costs down, companies will occasionally borrow a figure, vehicle, or accessory from one of their previous lines to repurpose for a new line. Kenner Products, and later Hasbro, were certainly no strangers to this, and consequently repurposed many of the toys from properties such as Six Million Dollar Man, Steve Scout, Batman, and others to become part of their famed Star Wars lines. What's more, in the years since the original Star Wars toys were released, other toy properties like The Real West, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and the Batman movies have borrowed select pieces from our favorite galaxy to be re-imagined as a 'sonic neutralizer', a Sherwood Forest, and a 'Glamour Gals' stage, among others.
Collector Ron Salvatore recently discussed some of the toys recycled into or from the Star Wars lines as part of the Celebration IV and Celebration Europe collecting panels taking place last summer. Here is an overview of that panel...
There are two reasons why a toy company might want to recycle an old toy design. First, they don't have to incur any of the costs associated with tooling (creating the molds, etc), and second, there is a fast turn-around to get the product to market. Designing and creating a toy can take up to a year, and developing the steel tooling to produce the toy can be extremely expensive. Add to this the elevated risk of merchandising a movie in the first place -- success is hard to predict and the movie may not be in the public eye for long -- it becomes clear why many toy manufactures have taken this shortcut to market.
Believe it or not, there's a certain set of collectors who enjoy rooting out examples of recycled toys, especially those associated with a high profile line like Kenner's vintage Star Wars series. It's the thrill of discovery that drives them, as some of the rarest and oddest items were recycled. What's more, they can provide insight into the economics of the toy industry at the time (were they cutting corners, or stepping up to produce new product?) and even offer clues into the production process itself.
As many fans and especially collectors know, there was very little Star Wars product available when the film first hit in the summer of 1977 -- licensees such as Kenner Products came in relatively late to the game, meaning no new molded toy products would be ready for months -- actually, the next year. So, bowing to pressure from consumers, Kenner pulled out some of their old molds and began stamping them out with the Star Wars brand slapped on them.
Examples of products Kenner had previously released but were re-imagined Star Wars-style include the Dip Dots painting set, Playdoh, the Give-A-Show Projector, and others. The Star Wars hand-cranked movie viewer used the same mold as that of previous properties, but carried Star Wars footage in the interchangeable cassette.
Six Million Dollar Man's electric toothbrush was designed to allow users to see the 'bionic' inner workings in the handle, which vaguely resembled a lightsaber hilt. Voila! Instant lightsaber toothbrush after the interior cardboard graphics were replaced with Star Wars art. Kenner changed up the interior graphics for their Empire and Jedi versions, and finally re-sculpted the handle for an Ewoks version in 1984.
Kenner's Six Million Dollar Man 'CB Headset Radio Receiver' was magically transformed into a Star Wars AM Headset radio loosely resembling the ones worn by Luke and Han during the Star Wars gunport sequence from the movie. Kenner simply replaced the CB transceiver with an AM receiver, altered the color of the plastic, and slapped on some Star Wars stickers.
Posted 9/2/2007
Mattel Aug 2007 Recalls BatmanTM and One PieceTM Magnetic Action Figure Sets - WTOL
Mattel Recalls BatmanTM and One PieceTM Magnetic Action Figure Sets
Aug 15, 2007 05:51 PM EDT

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, has announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
Name of Product: BatmanTM and One PieceTM magnetic action figure sets
Units: About 345,000
Importer: Mattel Inc., of El Segundo, Calif.
Hazard: Small, powerful magnets inside the accessories of the toy figures can fall out and be swallowed or aspirated by young children. If more than one magnet is swallowed, they can attract inside the body and cause intestinal perforation, infection or blockage which can be fatal.
Incidents/Injuries: The firm is aware of 21 incidents where a magnet fell out of the toy figure, including a case of a 3-year-old boy who was found with a magnet in his mouth. The boy did not swallow the magnet and no injuries have been reported to Mattel and CPSC.
Description: The recalled BatmanTM toys include:
  • The BatmanTM Magna Battle ArmorTM BatmanTM figure with model number J1944,
  • The BatmanTM Magna Fight WingTM BatmanTM figure with model number J1946,
  • The BatmanTM Secret IDTM figure with model number J5114, and
  • The BatmanTM Flying FoxTM figure with model number J5115. The seven inch tall action figures include the Batman logo on the front and include magnetic accessories. The model number is located on the lower right corner of the tag which is sewn to the figure.
The recalled One PieceTM toy is:
  • One PieceTM Triple Slash Zolo RoronoaTM figure with model number J4142. The 5 ½ inch tall action figure has green hair, black pants, and has magnets in his hands which connect to magnets on various swords that the figure can hold. The model number is printed on the back of the action figure's left leg.

Sold at: Discount department stores and toy stores nationwide from June 2006 through June 2007 for about $11.
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the toy and contact Mattel for instructions on how to return it to receive a free replacement toy.
Posted 8/19/2007
DC Direct Aug 2007 Wizard World Convention - Batman Bust

New Batman Bust that showed up at the DC Direct booth today at Wizard World Chicago. We don't have any specific information on this item other then it was in the cabinet with the JLA Trophy Room replicas.
Posted 8/11/2007
Aug 2007 Fran Neumann, sculptor, former Kenner employee.

FAIRHOPE — Fran Neumann is a sculptor whose reputation as an artist is rapidly growing.

Fairhope sculptor Fran Neumann stands beside one of her works, a self-portrait in bronze. Photo by Judith Richards.
Her most visible work to date is the bronze statue of Marietta Johnson on the bluff overlooking the pier in Fairhope. Designed from a photograph taken in 1913, the founder of the Marietta Johnson Organic School is depicted with two of her students.

Most recently, Neumann was commissioned to sculpt the mythological figure Daphne, which will be installed at the new Daphne City Hall.

Neumann’s early background was in graphic arts. She attended the University of Cincinnati and went to work in Chicago studios right out of college.

“Usually the studios I worked in would have one major client, and you’d do small jobs in between,” Neumann recalls.

One major account was the Kenner Toy Co. for whom she did packaging graphics.

When asked if she was thinking about sculpture way back then she laughed and said, “Well, yes, because one of the things that Kenner had as a product was Play-Doh. The photography on the package had to be things made from Play-Doh, and I got heavily involved. Kenner Toy asked our studio to do an exhibit for their showroom in New York, for their toy fair, and that’s when I exhibited my work.”

Neumann continued, “That was about the time the Star Wars toys came out. The head of Kenner Toys was the man who came up with the concept of promoting a movie with toys, so we did a lot of that.”

While working in Chicago, Neumann discovered the nearby Evanston Art Center, which had a sculpture department. She worked full time, but every Tuesday evening she was off to sculpture class.

A number of years later she studied under Anna Koh Varilla, “the most particular teacher I ever had,” Neumann said. “Everything had to be checked.”

That careful attention to detail appealed to Neumann. “I learned a lot from her,” she said. “I was still going to her class when I retired.”

Neumann says that sculpting has always appealed to her because of the tactile aspects of the art.

“Something about working in clay is almost like therapy. You don’t think about anything else when you’re doing it. You’re concentrated on it. I’ve heard that from other people too. You don’t realize how fast the time goes by.”

Neumann looks pensive. “You get very few moments of pure joy when you’re working on something creative,” she said. “Finally, someone looks at the project and says, Oh, that’s wonderful!’”

But the most enjoyable part, she said, is the beginning. “You’re just full of anticipation.”

Neumann will be honored as one of only 42 Alabama sculptors participating in the Alabama Sculptural Invitational. The showing can be seen at the Eastern Shore Art Center in Fairhope, 401 Oak St. Neumann will be exhibiting two sculptures, one of which is a self-portrait.

The show opens for Friday ArtWalk, Aug. 3, 6 to 8 p.m. For more information, call ESAC at 928-2228.

Posted 8/5/2007
Kotobuykiya June 2007 Batman - Joker PVC 1/6 scale
Price: 7,800 yen
Series: Batman
Manufacturer: Kotobukiya
Release Date: Jun 2007
Type: Completed Fixed-Pose Figure
Description: Drawing inspiration from Jim Lee's amazing designs for the 'Batman: Hush' comic book series, this figure of the psychopathic Joker is meticulously crafted by Kouhei Okui and produced with Kotobukiya's high quality standards. A display base is included, as well as his gag 'bang' gun! Place the gun in his hand, attach his feet to the base, and he's ready for display anywhere you like. Please note that figures such as this are mass produced and as a result some inconsistencies in finish and painting may occur; these are not considered manufacturer's defects. If you absolutely must have perfection, prepare to do some touch-up work on your own.

Posted 7/5/2007
DC Direct Feb 2008 Uni-Formz Batman - now solicited

DC Direct begins the vinylization of the DC Universe!
BATMAN is the first in a new line of large format and stylized vinyl UNI-FORMZ™ inspired by the red-hot “designer toy” phenomenon.

DC Direct joined forces with a leader in the contemporary toy movement, Monster 5, to create this powerfully built and unique vision of Batman for the first time.
This bold new take on Batman is a must-have for collectors of contemporary toy design as well as traditional fans of superheroes!

on sale February 27, 2008
Vinyl • $49.99 US
Posted 6/16/2007
Kenner Toys 1977 Star Wars toys expected to flop!
A LONG, long time ago, in a country, far, far away, George Lucas's space opera, Star Wars, debuted on May 25, 1977.
With the 30th anniversary upon us, it's hard to believe the impact the first and subsequent movies have had, especially since the original was beleaguered with so many problems and naysayers.
Storms, cast injuries and Lucas spending half the special effects budget on four shots, were just the tip of the Hoth iceberg. The crew was disrespectful, feeling they were shooting a silly children's film. Harrison Ford, who played Han Solo, famously said, 'You can type this shit, George, but you sure can't say it.'
The first edit of the film was such a disaster Lucas sacked those concerned and had the movie completely re-edited.
When the movie was finally released in 37 cinemas in the US, it broke 36 house records. Within three weeks of its release, 20th Century Fox's stock price had doubled.
The story of an ordinary young man on the cusp of manhood finding he has powers, a family and an entire universe to save, entered the socio-cultural imagination. Arguably, it's never left – just ask Harry Potter.
Characters such as R2D2, C3PO, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker (a poorly disguised recasting of Lucas – Luke S), Obi Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Jedi Knights in shining plastic and the emphysemic Darth Vader, as well as concepts such as the quasi-mystical Force, light sabres, doughnut hairdos and dysfunctional father-son relationships entered not just our consciousness but, through savvy merchandising, our homes, depleting many bank accounts in the process.
While we acknowledge the artistic legacy that Lucas's movies have left, we don't often discuss the impact that Star Wars, as a business, has had on film merchandising.
Commercially savvy despite his geekiness, Lucas understood the potential force of commodities. Kenner Toys, which had a contract to create products for the film, was convinced it would flop. When demand outstripped supply in 1977, they were forced to sell empty boxes with a toy voucher that could be redeemed in March the following year. It was the Christmas that, for Star Wars fans at least, Santa didn't come to town.
Posted 5/27/2007
DC Direct Aug 2007 Museum-Quality Batman Statue 1/4 scale

Coming at you from the great folks at DC Direct is this 1/4 Scale Museum-Quality Batman Statue . This item is a museum-quality, mixed-media figure composed of a variety of materials, including resin, metal and a beautifully crafted costume that adds the finishing touch on this beauty. Even the cape is poseable. Batman is depicted standing on a substantial base, with his bat-a-rang in hand, ready for action. This piece will be extremely limited. Get yours while you can. Tentatively scheduled for shipment in August, 2007.
Description - Designed and sculpted by James Shoop This 18.5' Batman Statue is the most classic representation of the Dark Knight to date! At 1:4 scale, this museum-quality, mixed-media figure is composed of resin, metal and an expertly crafted fabric costume and poseable cape. Batman is presented climbing the steps out of the Batcave on a sculpted base. This limited edtion statue includes a Certificate of Authenticity and is packaged in a gold-foil stamped black gift box. Advance-solicited; on sale August 15, 2007 Statue $295.00 US
Posted 3/24/2007
Kenner - Captain Planet y los Planetarios - ECO-SUB
ECO-SUB Submarino de los Planetarios
Posted 2/27/2007
Mattel 2007 Batman Shadow Tek Batbots

Has Mattel and DC gone Batty for robots? Get a look at these new transforming Batman toys coming out for the next Batman series over at ToyNewsI.com.
Posted 2/22/2007


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Posted 2/11/2007
Kenner Captian Planet - ECO-SUB Submarino de los Planetarios
ECO-SUB Submarino de los Planetarios
ECO-SUB Submarino de los Planetarios  

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Posted 12/21/2006
Kotobukiya Dec 2006 Batman - The Joker & Harley Quinn
Price: 14,800 yen
Series: Batman
Manufacturer: Kotobukiya
Release Date: Dec 2006
Type: Completed Fixed-Pose Figure
Description: In a riot of colors symbolizing their maniacal psyches, Batman's definitive adversary The Joker and supervillainess Harley Quinn come to three-dimensional life in this spectacular scene sculpted by Kenji Iwakura! Limited to only 1,300 pieces worldwide, this quality cold-cast comes with a certificate of authenticity. Act fast! Please note that figures such as this are mass produced and as a result some inconsistencies in finish and painting may occur; these are not considered manufacturer's defects. If you absolutely must have perfection, prepare to do some touch-up work on your own.

Posted 12/21/2006
Dc Direct Nov 2006 Batman 13' Deluxe Collector Figure

Here is Bruce Wayne alias Batman, the most popular hero has now its own 12inch doll collection ! DC Direct introduces the Batman 13' Deluxe Collector Figure, a realistically proportioned 1:6 scale figure. Fully poseable with 28 points of articulation. Includes, real fabric clothes and display base fabric and two sets of removable hands, delivered with accessories. You will be amazed by the realism of this figure ! Articulated hard plastic. A pure collector ! Provided in a window box.

<b>Batman</b> 13

- Price : 79.00 Eur.
- Buy this article
Posted 11/27/2006
Mego 1975 Batmobile Mego con Batman y Robin

Batmobile Mego con Batman y Robin, años 1975. Completos y en muy buen estado de conservación.

Batmobile Mego con <b>Batman</b> y Robin, años 1975. Completos y en muy buen estado de conservación. 
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Posted 11/3/2006
Kenner 1991 CAPITAN PLANET y los Planetarios-Con cambio de color-Kenner 1991- V i B
CAPITAN PLANET y los Planetarios-Con cambio de color-Kenner 1991- V i B

CAPITAN PLANET y los Planetarios-Con cambio de color-<b>Kenner</b> 1991- V i B

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Posted 10/24/2006
Batman 2 Prep Is Easier
batman_tn.jpg hspace=2 vspace=2 align=left> Director Christopher Nolan—whose next film will be The Dark Knight, the sequel to last year's Batman Begins—told SCI FI Wire that the preproduction phase of the film has been easier this time around.
Published 10/17/2006
DC Direct Batman Hush Batman Action Figure

A new line of action figures direct from the pages of the best-selling 'Hush' story arc and designed by fan-favorite Jim Lee! Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $30
Posted 9/18/2006
DC Direct Batman Begins Batman in Flight Statue

Reg price $194.99. Batman Begins explores the origins of the Batman legend and the Dark Knights emergence as a force for good in Gotham. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $130
Posted 9/14/2006
DC Direct Batman Begins Christian Bale as Batman Statue

Individually Numbered Edition of 2,500. Batman Begins explores the origins of the Batman legend and the Dark Knights emergence as a force for good in Gotham. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $130
Posted 9/11/2006
DC Direct Batman Begins Batmobile Replica

A hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain replica includes a Certificate of Authenticity, is packaged in an elegant black gift box with gold-foil stamping, and is limited to 2,600. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $130
Posted 9/11/2006
DC Direct Secret Files Batman Rogues Gallery Action Figure Set of 5

SECRET FILES: BATMAN ROGUES GALLERY: KILLER CROC ACTION FIGURE Born with a disease that made his skin green and scaly, Waylon Jones had a troubled childhood. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $65
Posted 8/25/2006
DC Direct Batman Begins Christian Bale Batman 13" Figure

Batman Begins explores the origins of the Batman legend and the Dark Knights emergence as a force for good in Gotham. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $90
Posted 8/23/2006
DC Direct Batman Mini Statue

This hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain statue sculpted by William Paquet; based on designs by Simon Bisley features Batman ready to spring into action against whatever danger ... Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $60
Posted 8/23/2006
DC Direct Batman Dark Knight Returns Action Figure Set of 4

Frank Miller's seminal work on the gritty, ground-breaking DARK KNIGHT RETURNS changed the landscape of comics forever and inspired a new generation of comics creators. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $60
Posted 8/23/2006
DC Direct Batman Dark Knight Strikes Again Statue

Regular price $194.99. Individually Numbered Edition of 7,500. The Dark Knight returns...again! Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $100
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct DC Pocket Super Heroes Batman Action Figure Box Set

DC Direct continues its line of Pocket Super Heroes Box Sets. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $15
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Justice League Batman Wall Plaque

Limited Edition. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $40
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Batman Batsymbol Prop Replica

Individually Numbered Edition of 5,000. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $150
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Batman Kubrick Set

Introducing the world's greatest detective family and evil villains in their newest form! Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $20
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Superman/Batman Series 1 Public Enemies Action Figure Set of 5

SUPERMAN/BATMAN SERIES 1: PUBLIC ENEMIES BATMAN ACTION FIGURE Based on the art of Ed McGuinness! Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $65
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Batman Hush Ser 2 Action Figure Set of 5

This second collection of figures features a number of classic characters, all designed by Jim Lee and sculpted by Tim Bruckner and John G. Mathews. Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $150
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Batman & Robin Classic Silver Age Deluxe Action Figure Set of 2

Orig Price: $41.99. Due to popular demand, Dc Direct brings you the Silver Age Dynamic Duo! Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $30
Posted 8/16/2006
DC Direct Batman Long Halloween Action Figure Set of 5

BATMAN THE LONG HALLOWEEN: SERIES 1: TWO-FACE ACTION FIGURE THE Long Halloween reveals the events that transformed Harvey Dent into Batman's deadly enemy, Two-Face! Rating: No user ratings
Price Range: $65
Posted 8/16/2006
Toymakers tap into Kenner Co.'s talent pool - Ithaca Journal

Toymakers tap into Kenner Co.'s talent pool
Ithaca Journal, NY -
... Kenner was also behind the success of Hasbro's high-profile “boys toys” lines of GI Joe, Transformers and Batman action figures. ...
Published 8/14/2006
Batman Sequel Is Dark Knight
batman_tn.jpg hspace=2 vspace=2 align=left> Warner Brothers announced that its upcoming sequel to 2005's hit Batman Begins will be called The Dark Knight and will feature Heath Ledger as the Joker.
Published 8/1/2006
Ledger To Play Batman's Joker?
Latino Review is reporting a rumor that Brokeback Mountain star Heath Ledger is being offered the coveted role of the Joker in the upcoming Batman Begins sequel film.
Published 7/21/2006
Caine Confirms Batman's Joker?
batman_tn.jpg hspace=2 vspace=2 align=left> Michael Caine, who reprises the role of Alfred in Christopher Nolan's upcoming Batman sequel film, told Turner Classic Movies that the follow-up to 2005's hit superhero film will feature the classic nemesis the Joker.
Published 7/11/2006
Toymakers tap into Kenner Co.'s talent pool
CINCINNATI — Kenner Co. revolutionized the toy industry in 1977 with the introduction of the “Star Wars” line of action figures. It was a franchise that helped make licensed toys about 25 percent of the $21.3 billion toy market.
Posted 7/11/2006
The Kenner effect - Cincinnati Enquirer

The Kenner effect
Cincinnati Enquirer, OH -
In the late 1970s, Cincinnati was the mecca of the licensed-toys universe as the demand for Star Wars action figures boosted the profile and profits of the ...
Posted 7/7/2006
Batman Penguin
Price:16,000 yen
Release Date:Jun 2006
Type: Completed Toy

Published 6/23/2006
Photo Gallery: The Batman EXP Figure Multi-pack Posted 6/9/2006
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Batman, King Top Saturns Published 5/3/2006
PARIS NOIR: Batman, Africans, and the Pope's Superheroics - PopMatters Posted 4/19/2006
NEW YORK COMIC-CON, DAY TWO: MCFARLANE REVEALS 'SPAWN/BATMAN' ... - comic Book Resources Published 3/21/2006
Spawn-Batman deal - Playthings Published 3/19/2006
NEW YORK COMIC-CON, DAY TWO: MCFARLANE REVEALS "SPAWN/BATMAN" ... - comic Book Resources Posted 3/19/2006
Lego builds its inventory of Batman-related figures - Washington Times Published 3/19/2006
Learn Batman's many roles - Washington Times Posted 3/16/2006
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