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- Mon Dec 02, 2019 5:13 pm
- Forum: Bat Merchandise
- Topic: Fiberglass Freaks Merch!
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After a hairy two plus weeks, our website is finally (mostly) back up and running. The store is finally up and running again, using Paypal for the checkout. We will eventually get Square up and running again as an alternative. Thanks so much for your patience while we waited for our webmaster to get...
Philo Barnhart.jpg Philo Barnhart dougrice-startoons.png Doug Rice Charles D. Moisant looking Cool.jpg Charles D. Moisant Animation and comic book legends Philo Barnhart (Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast), Doug Rice (Animaniacs), and Charles D. Moisant (Myth Told Tales by Robert Asprin) will be...
Batcon 3 is really shaping up! We will have an 89 Batmobile on display, as well as a 1966 Batcycle, 66 Batmobile rides, and a Hollywood Star Car Show on Sunday. Check out the details at:
Mark LeMieux.jpg Mark LeMieux We are happy to announce that freelance artist, actor and director Mark LeMieux will be a guest at Batcon 3 on August 17th and 18th, 2019, at the Logansport/Cass County Airport in Logansport, Indiana! Mark LeMieux is a freelance artist, actor and director of Platypus P...
Thanks, Ben! It was a lot of fun. I do four or five tours a week, so no problem on scheduling a time to make it happen. Next time you're stateside, be sure to come to Indiana.
Great news! Owner Troy is planning to bring these tunics to Batcon 2019 in Logansport, Indiana, on August 17th and 18th. He is also planning to bring screen-used costumes from the 1949 Robert Lowery and Johnny Duncan Batman movie serials!
You missed a great time. There were many great panelists. As it turns out, the screen test cape and cowl are not part of the collection. The owner doesn't know if they survived, or if they were modified and used for the show. The Robin tunic pictured was not used for the Burton Gervis (Ward) or Pete...
Take a look at the screen-used screen test tunic worn by both Adam West and Lyle Waggoner! Peter Deyell says that the Robin tunic was one of three camera/color test tunics, but wasn't used for the screen test. Still cool, though! I was there to do a panel on Fiberglass Freaks' 1966 Batmobile replica...
A handful of us are pretty sure that 20th Century Fox special effects provided the beacon cage, along with the Batphone and the Detect-a-scope, and that is why the items were removed when the show was cancelled (more than likely for souvenir hunters).