Preorder the Premium Collection’s Batman 1966 Classic Joker for the new year

The Clown Prince of Crime is back at it again. Take a look at the Batman 1966 Classic Premium Collection Joker, a Diamond Toys statue figure standing a whopping 12 inches tall. He’s sure to become the clown jewel of your collection in his trademark getup.

Set atop an explosive face decorated with his own face, the Joker even sports the actor’s mustache. He will be released in a limited run of 3,000 sculpted by Jean St. Jean, so make sure to get your order in now! Click on the image below.

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Party like it’s 1966 with the Batman Classic Mad Hatter bust

Add a friendly dose of chaos to your collection. Here’s the Batman Classic 1966 Mad Hatter bust statue, a six-inch offering from Diamond Toys that is crafted to the standard of quality we’ve come to expect from the seasoned toymakers. This resin bust is based on the aesthetic of the classic Batman TV series, featuring none other than the infamous Jervis Tetch.

It’s limited to a run of 3,000 busts specially sculpted by Jean St. Jean. A certificate of authenticity accompanies the Mad Hatter, underscored by a base that recalls the show’s opening credits. Click on the image below to pre-order him for shipping in January!

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Jump in the Batmobile with the Batman Classic 1966 Dynamic Duo

The much-loved classic TV series gets a 3-D makeover with this awesome new offering from Mattel. Check out this Batman Classic 1966 Dynamic Duo and Batmobile set! This team packs more punch than ever before in a set that includes Batman, Robin and a retro-cool Batmobile that they can ride inside. Batman and Robin stand six inches tall and are fully articulated, featuring the same classic colors and styling that you know and love from the hit TV show.

The Batmobile comes complete with signature fins, exposed piping, black and red colors and iconic Bat symbol. Re-create the most epic of battle scenes and then hop in the whip to save Gotham City. Click the “Shop Now” button below to get them straight to your collection faster than you can say “BIFF! BAM! KAPOW!”

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Ride the nostalgia wave with the Batman Classic 1966 Batcave playset

Batman’s taken over this week at CmdStore, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Check out the Batman Classic 1966 Batcave playset, a six-inch release by Mattel that celebrates one of the most iconic hideaways in comic-book history. Colorful retro styling and a load of fun accessories means there’s so much to explore. A Bruce Wayne head and Batman figure will let you play out the duality between the superhero and his civilian identity.

Set pieces include the iconic swiveling bookcase with its hidden weapons and Batman spray, red-hot Batman phone, Shakespeare’s bust that conceals the bookcase and electronics’ switch, plus other legendary Caped Crusader tools. Click the image below and make him yours!

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Rocket Raccoon and classic 1966 Batman bust banks are here!

At long last, the much-loved furry and genetically engineered hero Rocket Raccoon from smash hit Guardians of the Galaxy is ready to hold onto your loose change with all of his might! The perfect character foil and partner-in-crime to the now-legendary Groot, pictured below, couldn’t be a better choice for one of Monogram’s next Marvel offerings.

And from DC, the classic 1966 Batman bank will not only safeguard those nickels and dimes, but will lend a nostalgic touch to any collection. Both vinyl bust banks are detailed enough that they look like mini-statues, but are playful enough to be right at home beside both your fine collectibles and on your bedside table.

Cop them both, because who knows? Maybe all of that spare change could one day help you buy an awesome Groot statue? Or an even bigger classic Batman?

Escape from Kyln! But don't let your change do the same. Escape, that is. (This is where you politely laugh.)

Escape from Kyln! But don’t let your change do the same. Escape, that is. (This is where you politely laugh.)

Paint your own classic 1966 Catwoman!

The classically stunning Julie Newmar is the beloved Catwoman of 1966. The Tony-Award-winning stage actress made the screen sizzle with energy as she played alongside Adam West’s Batman in the original television series. And in light of the fact that the show was released on DVD and Blu-Ray just last month, we think this svelte cat superstar will make the purr-fect Christmas gift!

Crafted in 1/8 scale by Moebius and with incredible attention to detail paid to her feline facial features, this Catwoman comes as a model kit, meaning that you get to paint and glue her just as you like (extra supplies necessary). Her interlocking base forms the Batman logo, and two small kitties purr alongside her as she balances atop a craggy rock with a whip. Reserve her now for delivery during this holiday month.

Cat got your tongue?

Cat got your tongue?

Batman The Dark Knight Action Figures

I’ve always been a huge Batman fangirl AND a lover of action figures, so it’s looking like June’s going to be an awesome month for me and the like-minded, with 2 new 13” figures and a repainted box set heading to our shelves at the online store

First up, we’ve got the DC Direct 13-inch Deluxe Classic Batman Figure (seen above!). Though darkness is the rule for most modern-day incarnations of the Dark Knight (barring The Brave and the Bold), it’s great to see this throwback to a time when the bat symbol had a yellow background and the cowl had angry eyebrows.

This incredible 13” Two-Face figure from Hot Toys and DC Direct is another stunner and it brings my favourite Batman villain to life with complete loyalty to Aaron Eckhart’s masterful portrayal of Harvey Dent in last summer’s The Dark Knight.

The Legends of the Dark Knight box set isn’t entirely new: the figures are repainted versions of existing figures, using a more sinister palette than the previous toys. Not exactly a swell deal for those who prefer to mod their own figures, but definitely something that’ll appeal to collectors.