“Holy Smokes, Batman!”
The crime-fighting hero of Gotham City is rarely seen without his faithful sidekick – Robin in the Batman 1960s television series. The campy and lighthearted TV show has become very popular with fans and a movie was made between the first and second season of the TV series.
Hot Toys is delighted to introduce the 1/6th scale Robin Collectible Figure from the classic 1966 Batman movie. The collectible figure is newly developed and highly detailed which is specially crafted based on the image of Burt Ward as the boy wonder Robin, featuring a screen-accurate masked head sculpt, the classic Robin costume, weapon and accessories. Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures :)
Hot Toys MMS219 1966 Batman: 1/6th scale Robin Collectible Figure special features: Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Robin in the 1966 Batman movie, One (1) masked head featuring the likeness of Burt Ward. Approximately 28 cm tall, New developed body with 30 points of articulation. Ten (10) pieces of interchangeable gloved palms including: One (1) pair of fists, One (1) pair of relaxed palms, One (1) pair of partially-clenched palms, One (1) pair of holding palms, One (1) right palm for holding Batarang, One (1) left palm for holding Bat-radio
Costume: One (1) Robin suit, One (1) yellow cape, One (1) black and bronze-colored belt, One (1) pair of green forearm gloves, One (1) pair of green pixie style shoes
Weapon: One (1) Batarang
Batman, Robin, and Batmobile are sold separately
Accessories: One (1) Bat radio, One (1) pair Bat-cuffs, Figure stand with Robin nameplate and Batman movie logo
Artists: Head Sculpted by Yulli, Head Painted by JC. Hong, Head Art Directed by Kojun
Release date: Q2-Q3 2014
**Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different
**Product details could be subjected to change without further notice
March 14, 2011: Mattel Retro-Action Batman 8" Figure REVIEW II (pictures HERE)
March 27, 2011: "BATs All, Folks" - Mego style Batman Gallery posted HERE
The shorts loose and flimsy. How to stay on during action? But these are excellent reproduction of vintage Batman stuff. Brings back that vintage feel. From Mego to HT Batman. What a leap for toys.
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