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Toy Fair 2013: NECA’s ‘Batman,’ ‘Avengers,’ ‘Aliens’ And ‘Pacific Rim’ Action Figures


If mechs, aliens and superheroes are your cup of tea, NECA's 2013 Toy Fair lineup is like... well, it's like a huge vat of tea that somebody could fall in while being chased by police. NECA's got quite a few detailed Pacific Rim and Aliens figures in the pipleine, plus massive 1/4 (18"+) scale Avengers movie toys and Batman '89 and, yes, Batman '66 figures...

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Mattel Unveils 1966 ‘Batman’ TV Series Ken And Barbie Catwoman


As an action figure guy, I've been pretty stoked on Mattel's upcoming line of 6" Batman action figures based on the 1966 live action TV series starring Adam West. If you're a Barbie collector, however, you may want to make sure you're sitting down to look at Mattel's newly revealed Lee Meriwether/Julie Newmar/Eartha Kitt-style Catwoman Barbie and West-flavored Batman Ken...

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1966 ‘Batman’ TV Series Action Figure And Vehicle Images Arrive Online


In advance of next week's Toy Fair 2013, Mattel has rolled out first looks at its upcoming action figures based on the 1966 live action Batman TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward. So far USA Today has posted images of a 6" Batman bearing a West likeness and an accompanying in-scale Batmobile for him to cruise around in...

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Link Ink: An Iron Man Laser Gauntlet, The 1966 Batmobile Auctioned And M.U.S.C.L.E. MOTU


Lasers: Laser-Gadgets maestro Patrick Priebe builds his own working "Iron Man" laser gauntlet.

Toys: PlasticPlayhouse's Rick Dries retools M.U.S.C.L.E. figures into Masters of the Universe heroes and villains...

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The Batman ’66 Project: A Graphic Design Love Letter To The Campy Caped Crusader


There are some facts that you can't get around: Kirk is the best Captain of the Enterprise, Road House is a masterpiece of American cinema, and the best Batman is Adam West Batman. Sorry Christian Bale, Kevin Conroy, those old guys in the serials, Diedrich Bader and the Holy Bat-Trinity of Keaton, Kilmer and Clooney; but you can't argue with facts...

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Ask Chris #119: The Election Of The Century


Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why each and every week, we turn to you, to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions...

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Link Ink: ‘Transformers’ And ‘G.I. Joe’ Mimobots, Hot Toys ‘Batman’ ’66 And Digital Bongo Comics


Tech: Mimoco has revealed its newest Mimobot USB drive lines with images of characters from Transformers and G.I. Joe.

Digital: Bongo Comics has announced its new standalone app powered by ComiXology, which features a number of free titles from its line of Simpsons comics...

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Warner Bros. Makes a Licensing Deal For The ‘Batman’ TV Show, Brings Us One Step Closer to DVDs


This week has been a rollercoaster of emotions here at ComicsAlliance, but now we have a piece of news that makes it seem like everything's going to be okay: After years of legal battles, Warner Bros...

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Every Bat-Climb Window Cameo From ‘Batman’ ’66 In One 13-Minute Video


When I was growing up, I would watch the 1966 Batman TV show for at least an hour every day. I always loved it when a celebrity would pop through a window during Batman and Robin's famous vertical Bat-Climbs (which, as you can see in the graphic above, was just a hilariously cheap camera trick)...

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Link Ink: The Joker Mannequin of Your Nightmares, ‘Drokk’ Rock and Haggar the Hero


Batman: This '66 Joker mannequin is here to ensure you never sleep again.

Digital: Marvel has announced its $3.99 print titles will all come with free digital download codes beginning in June. Digital comics will apparently remain $3...

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