LBFA Presents: Rejected Batman Action Figures [Original Art]
Over the years, there have been hundreds upon hundreds of Batman action figures, and as any look through an old Kenner catalog will show, most of them are completely insane. From cosplaying as a viking to flying around on a jetpack that shoots a giant spring-loaded batarang to my personal favorite, the Knight Force Ninjas Power Kick version, it’s gotten to the point where it’s hard to imagine a limit to how the Caped Crusader can be imagined in plastic
But fortunately, we here at ComicsAlliance are dedicated to our task of imagining amazing things that don’t actually exist, which is why we’ve turned to our pals at Let’s Be Friends Again to provide us with what might be the only designs for Batman action figures that actually got rejected!
Hey Kids! You’ve thrilled to Batman’s adventures in crime-fighting, and now you can re-enact what he does after those long days are over, when he hits the clubs for a Girls’ Night Out with his best friends! And for the record, Batman is totally a Charlotte. (Cattywoman sold separately.)
Hey Kids! The battle against evil knows no boundaries, and neither does Batman’s dedication! Help him stop crime before it starts — in the nursery! (Embryonic Robin sold separately)
Hey Kids! A man can only spend so many nights writing about Batman before his mind snaps and leads to a deadly delusion! Will this self-professed “Batmanologist” become the Dark Knight’s greatest ally — or his most fearsome foe? (Eye-Rolling Laura Hudson sold separately.)
Hello Childrens! This Superman action toy will be hour of fun as he travels to the Crime Town with his Pikachu, Alfred the Robin! Dedication to eliminating crime across planet Cybertron is his #1 mission! YO JOE!