DC Comics Batman 1:4 Scale Figure 1964 Adam West
- DC Comics Batman 1:4 Scale Figure based on the 1964 Batman TV series
- Poseable 18" (45cm) tall figure features Adam West's likeness.
- Highly detailed and sculpted with over 20 points of articulation.
- Includes a functioning utility belt, interchangeable hands and walkie-talkie!
- Comes presented in a collectable-friendly window packaging
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Whether you're a fan of the comic books, the 60s TV show, the 90s Tim Burton era movies, or the latest series of Batman movies, there's no denying that the Caped Crusader is one of the coolest superheroes around! And If you've ever wanted an extra-large figure of Adam West from the 1960s Batman television series, here's your chance! "Holy collectable, Batman - this is fantastic".
This Batman 1960s TV Series Adam West 1:4 Scale Action Figure stands 18 (45cm) tall and features over 20 points of articulation. Batman is poseable at the legs, knees, and ankles, and even includes a functioning utility belt, interchangeable hands, and more! The action figure is all sculpted except the real fabric cape. The utility belt opens in front to show the communicator inside and the batarang can clip to the belt when folded up. Accessories include 3 pairs of hands, a batarang with rope, a batarang that folds open/closed, a walkie talkie, an extra belt pouch, and a holster for the batarang!
This definitive action figure in actor Adam West's likeness is just practically compulsory for anyone who grew up loving the original Batman television series which saw the Caped Crusader doing battle with Burgess Meredith's "The Penguin", Cesar Romero's "Joker" and Eartha Kit's "Catwoman". And of course he was supported by his sidekick Burt Ward's "Robin".
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