Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

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Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

Post by danbar » Sat Jun 22, 2019 5:24 pm

In case you haven't seen this, they are taking orders for this light-up sculpture at The Hamilton Collection. I imagine it will only get produced if they receive sufficient orders. It has a higher price-tag, but looks very cool. And in my opinion, the sculpture really captures the feel of the show. Here is a photo along with the information listed on The Hamilton Collection's website:

BATMAN Classic TV Series-Inspired Sculpture Lights Up
Holy Bombs Away, BATMAN! Sculpture
You're among the first to see this brand-new item from The Hamilton Collection Online. Quantities are limited, so hurry to reserve yours today!
Measures 13" W x 13-1/2" H
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Re: Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

Post by NJ_Batfan » Tue Jun 25, 2019 6:05 am

Wow! 140 views, but no comments?

Is the Hamilton Collection affiliated with the Bradford Exchange? This piece has the same Photoshopped illustration that accompanies their releases and the results there are often disappointing when compared to the artwork. That said, it is an involved piece that depicts Julie Newmar's Catwoman in her first team-up with the other members of the franchise leaders (discounting the Dr. Cassandra episode and the 66 comics). I would wait to see an actual release before purchasing at that price point. I realize that does nothing to get it produced, but apprehensions about quality combined with limited display space around the NJ Batcave would
make that a soft maybe.

FWIW, I looked at the Bradford website and did not see this piece, although I noticed they are adding Batman coins to their wares.

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Re: Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

Post by John Mack » Tue Jun 25, 2019 10:33 am

Well, I was going to reply but everything that has been said has been said. I'd wait to see the actual product. These place must all be linked somehow:
Bradford Exchange
Hamilton
Aston Drake
They all seem to look the same

And not sure what the deal is with the coins? What are these made of? And I doubt they are going to look like photographs either. They'll be painted I'm sure.
Music. BAT! Music.

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Re: Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

Post by AndyFish » Tue Jun 25, 2019 12:59 pm

Here's a link to the order page: HAMILTON BATMAN FIGURE

The concept is a good one, if I'm being a stickler I'd say it would have been better to have this be Lee and use an actual deathtrap but overall I think it captures the feel of the show and the movie.

Not a sale for me unless I see some actual photographs.

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Re: Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

Post by Yellow Oval » Wed Jun 26, 2019 2:45 pm

Yes, it's all linked to Bradford Exchange. I tried to have a look but as usual with all things up here in Happy Maple Leaf Land, anything U.S. Bradford-related gets rerouted to their boring Bradford X Canadian site. I mean BORING! If you're not big on the NHL than there's nothing to see! :roll:
"Hmmm... I don't like the twist this joke is taking. Let us away! Let us away!"

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Re: Hamilton Collection Batman sculpture

Post by danbar » Fri Jun 28, 2019 4:59 pm

They offer the option of 5-installment payments, which is helpful. You can get it home after the 1st installment and see it in person that way. They say that you can return for a full refund for any reason ("satisfaction guaranteed, free returns within 365 days), which I have found to be true in my experience. I have returned a couple of items, one because it arrived broken and one because I was unhappy with the quality. Returns were very easy. Anyway, I have one on order. If they produce the item and I receive it, I will post pictures.

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