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Frank, what is that? I haven’t seen it before. Anybody else know?
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Here is an Amazon link to the item with some info.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085JQ55K4/re ... lFbD0FJ0NF
It's the Yume Toys "Wheels of Gotham" Series.
They are Blind Box Packaged, so you don't know which Batmobile you are getting.
Since I only wanted the 1966 Black Bat, I opted to find one on ebay that had already been opened & identified.
FYI: There is also a Blue CHASE Version of the 66 Batmobile as well.
Iron Winch Batman by Michael Kramer, on Flickr
Now way back when DC first did the Super powers line, I missed out on it as I had put Super heroes “on the shelf” and was focusing all my attention on other things.
Fortunately when Kenner got the Batman figure license back, they made up for it by giving us Batman in every possible variation! For those like myself who had missed out on the Classic Blue and grey Super Powers Batman, we now had Iron Winch Batman
Super Powers/Dark Knight by Michael Kramer, on Flickr
It was a much Darker Blue maybe, but then Batman was being colored Darker in the comics at the time anyway so it didn’t feel as off.
Then I looked up and saw my Batman '66 collection and it dawned on me! A few years ago Mattel had done a 4" Multiverse figure of Batman from one of the Arkham Games in the Batman '66 style uniform (an unlockable costume option in the game) It occurred to me that Back when Batman '89 came out, There were some fans who felt that it wasn’t good because it WASN’Tt the 60’s Batman! This figure actually answers to that crowd by putting the 89/92 Batman in the 60’s Batman’s colors!
Batman 6689 by Michael Kramer, on Flickr
That's our very own CatGreg, Greg Mario. Great work!