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Winged "VOTE for BATMAN" pin
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A. Pennyworth wrote: Sun Feb 28, 2021 9:20 am Winged "VOTE for BATMAN" pin
That's funny. I just finished these designs and the Penguin one. Keep them coming! I'll do them all.
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This will be I think a tough build, the Joker's Magic Box, detailed, opening case (looks like a wristwatch case??), multiple flashing lights, circuit board and separate small key.

(p.s. The Joker modified it later to include time forwards and backwards, but it was just a solid non-opening black box with a gold turntable knob.
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That is indeed a challenge
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No need to make the "THREE SECONDS FLAT BAT-VAULT COMBINATION DESCRAMBLER" seen in Minerva as it is a common vernier dial with the numbers and lines removed on the dial!
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A. Pennyworth wrote: Sat Mar 20, 2021 11:00 am No need to make
Yes there is a reason to make. Lol
Who wants to spend real money on something? Great suggestion!
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The Riddler's explosive eclair perhaps
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some more props to consider. The Bat-Jet photos are the actual surviving prop!
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Love them all! Thanks Pennyworth.
Appreciate the photos sir.
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So much goodness.
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A. Pennyworth wrote: Sat Apr 10, 2021 7:01 am some more props to consider. The Bat-Jet photos are the actual surviving prop!
Pretty sure that Bat-Jet prop was a flared exhaust Tip "Bazooka" for the tip of a muffler.
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A. Pennyworth wrote: Wed Feb 24, 2021 3:09 pm SS Gotham is Batman is Riled....was kind of kidding on that one, but I guess it would be a tough CAD and print. Tried to research that ship model in the past. May have figured it out but if I did, I forgot what the actual ship was??
Looks like the SS France. ITC made a 1/450 scale model back then, which was reissued around 1996 by Glencoe Models and shouldn't be hard to find. Airfix made a smaller one - 1/600 scale.
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maybe the "REMOTE CONTROL BATCOMPUTER" is in your queue?
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From the '66 movie, Miss Kitka's cat signaling morse-code device
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A. Pennyworth wrote: Tue Jun 08, 2021 8:17 am From the '66 movie, Miss Kitka's cat signaling morse-code device

Ha! I really want to do this. I was looking at it last night. I would have to have the light up eyes and sound effect beeps though. Its always the organic shaped props that are the hardest for me but this will happen.. Great suggestion Pennyworth.
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