Egghead Radar Egg Prop

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rsaffle
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Egghead Radar Egg Prop

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Batman's smartest foe, Egghead threatens the dynamic duo with this deadly “Radar Egg” that is set to explode at the slightest vibration!
This is my 3D designed/printed prop with moveable antenna. I created a ring base to hold the prop.

{ This is being mailed to a huge Egghead fan and friend for a gonna be late Christmas gift but don't tell him. }

As seen in ....
“The Yegg Foes in Gotham”
Season 2, Episodes 14
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dell
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Eggstraordinary!
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Jim Akin
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Re: Egghead Radar Egg Prop

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I've been rewatching season 2 episodes lately, and something occurred to me about the Radar Egg. I'd long assumed the ring around its waist was purely decorative, and meant to add a Jetsons-like futuristic touch to Egghead's high-tech eggsplosive. But I realized the ring was needed to allow Egghead to roll the weapon across the floor toward his captives; without the ring, the egg would have just spun to a halt.

Another great prop creation!
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rsaffle
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Re: Egghead Radar Egg Prop

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Jim Akin wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 6:08 am without the ring, the egg would have just spun to a halt.
Jim that never occurred to me either but i think you are 100% egg-actly right. I will test if mine will roll straight. You have me curious. I dont know about the original prop but mine has a surprising amount of weight to it.

Thanks Dell! ;?)
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Meule
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Egghead is my favorite villain. He may not have had the coolest gadgets, but the Radar Egg is fun for sure... an egg bomb, come on :lol:
Randy, awesome job as always...
Oh, and I won't tell "him" ;) 8-) :lol:
"...The agony of my soul found vent in one loud, long and final scream of despair..." - Edgar Allan Poe
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Lou Szabo
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rsaffle wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 6:23 am
Jim Akin wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 6:08 am without the ring, the egg would have just spun to a halt.
Jim that never occurred to me either but i think you are 100% egg-actly right. I will test if mine will roll straight. You have me curious. I dont know about the original prop but mine has a surprising amount of weight to it.

Thanks Dell! ;?)
I don’t mean to be captain obvious, but if the outer diameter of the ring and the egg widest point are the same, it should rolls straight. However it may be bottom heavy, meaning it could roll to the base side. Purely a guess. Let us know what you find...

A very cool prop.
Some days you just can't get rid of a ... SHARK!
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