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I went to my friendly neighborhood Hobby Lobby today to look for this frame and came up empty. Their search engine does not bring it up either, but they do restock their hero art often. What are the dimensions of the frame?
For those looking in Hobby Lobby for the Batman '66 hologram frame, be sure to search the entire store. I found one today, their last one, but it wasn't with their other super hero items. It was tucked away with other house decor frames. Also, my store has framed pictures all around the store, so it pays to look everywhere in the store. You may just find one.
I'm glad I found it as it'll make a decent background to display my growing Batman '66 collection
Better still, I wish they just used cleaned up cels from the original opening.
If it helps ,
I found the " TEEKEEZ" mini Batman figure at Walmart , but Not in their Toy Ilse.
They were up in front of the store , next to the Cash Registers,
Where they keep the Non-Sports cards , and Card collecting supplies
Batman Wave 6 action figures by Ian McLean, on Flickr
At left is my custom Catwoman (Lee Meriwether) from the "Batman" feature film, plus new 8" figures from Figures Toy Company's Wave 6: Catwoman as played by Eartha Kitt, the Joker in disguise as the Maharajah of Nimpah, Julie Newmar's Catwoman, a very thin Alfred Pennyworth in disguise as Batman, and Security Guard Egbert Pennyworth, who happens to be Alfred's identical cousin.
I did do some tweaking on the Catwoman figures: darkening the plastic sections of Eartha's hair, altering the fit of her pendant and mask, and trimming some hair from the front of Julie's cat ears. I also added gold paint to the clawed gloves. Lee's Catwoman wears Julie's mask, to show off Julie's unique eyebrows.
Alfred as Batman with Maharajah and Egbert by Ian McLean, on Flickr
Therin of Andor
(aka Ian McLean, from Sydney, Australia)
It looks like it could be some type of a Bat-Submarine ? ?
The cockpit compartment is made as a Gyroscope in the center of the wings
and moves in all direction. it looks like it also had a missile on the wing ,
which is now missing.
WHAT IS IT ????
Can anyone help identify it , Who Made it , it it part of a Set , ect.
The figure is definitely from the animated series, so it would have been made by Kenner in the early 1990s. This looks to me like what you have, but the Batman figure is painted differently, but Kenner did rerelease a lot of the same sculpts with different paint jobs.
https://www.thecollectorsasylum.com/sto ... _MISB.html
Also, thanks for the heads-up, but I looked in several different spots of Hobby Lobby. I think the one I was in just didn't have that picture.