Geek Gifts: Hot Toys 1960s BATMAN Collectibles Now On Sale Complete with Shark Repellant Accessory

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If you’ve ever wanted to control Adam West’s POW! BIFF! and ZAP! action from the 1960s Batman TV series in pristine form, Hot Toys has you covered.  The collectible company has unveiled a pair of excellent figures from the Batman series for West’s Batman and Burt Ward’s Robin.  The costumes are wonderful, and they each come with some great accessories like a Bat-radio, a big bomb, and of course shark repellant.  The Batman figure will run you $204, while Robin carries a pricetag of $189 (poor Robin).  Hit the jump for a closer look at the figures.

Here’s the product summary for Batman:

Na na na na na na na na BATMAN!

With its catchy opening song, campy costumes and lighthearted comical moments, the Batman 1960s Television Series is a beloved classic among Batman fans. Adam West has become synonymous with the crime fighting hero and to this day remains as one of fans favorite actors to don the cape and cowl. The shows success led to the 1966 feature film starring most of the original TV cast.

Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are excited to introduce the Batman 1966 Sixth Scale Collectible Figure from the 1966 feature film. The collectible figure is newly developed and highly detailed, specially crafted based on the image of Adam West as the iconic character Batman, featuring a screen-accurate masked head sculpt, specially made costume with Batman logo, weapons and accessories.

Here’s the product summary for Robin:

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 quickly became a fan favorite, inspiring the 1966 feature film, Batman.

Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are excited to introduce the Robin 1966 Collectible Figure from the classic 1966 Batman movie. The collectible figure is newly developed and highly detailed, 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.

Click here to pre-order Batman and here’s Robin

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