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Fan-favorite DC movies are getting the 4" action figure treatment from Mattel next year as part of the new Multiverse line. First among the films receiving figures will be 1978's Superman with a figure bearing the likeness of actor Christopher Reeve and a Batman 1989 figure featuring an alternate "Bruce Wayne" head bearing actor Michael Keaton's likeness. Villains will be joining the fray as well with Batman Returns versions of Catwoman (based on actress Michelle Pfeiffer) and Penguin (Danny DeVito) and Superman 2's Zod (Terence Stamp) set to roll out alongside the heroes. Batman and Zod were shown with movie-centric accessories, so it's safe to assume Superman, Catwoman and Penguin will all be packed with appropriate items when the time comes. Check out all five of Mattel's 4" Multiverse movie action figures shown at NYCC 2013, after the jump.
As impressive as Hot Toys' take on The Dark Knight's Tumbler is, raging fan nostalgia may make Batfans covet the toy manufacturer's new 1/6 scale Batman 1989 Batmobile even more. Measuring about 39" long, this replica of Batman's ride sports working lights, seating for two and miraculously non-lethal machine guns. It even comes wi
Whatever your feelings toward Tim Burton's 1989 Batman movie starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson, there's one thing Bat-fans of all stripes can agree on: Hot Toys' has made super wonderful toys based the film. Set to arrive in the first quarter of 2012, Hot Toys' 12" Batman and Joker look a whole lot better than that totally spent, garb