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Hot Toys Brings Back 1989 Batman

Was the 1989 version of Batman, starring Michael Keaton, your favorite live action portrayal of Batman? If so, then Hot Toys has some stuff for you to blow your money on.

Hot Toys has just announced a May 2013 release date for this stunning replica of the Batmobile from Tim Burton's, 1989, Batman. The car is 1:6 scale measuring 39 inches L x 16 inches W x 9 inches H.

The car also comes with all the bells and whistles expected in a quality Hot Toys production. The car comes fit with two machine guns, the Batmobile shield, detachable side planes, and the headlights, taillights, and interior features all have light up functions.

Batmobile Shield

Twin Machine Guns

Batmobile interior

Now the only thing not so great about this product is the price. Pre-orders are being taken now. the Batmobile is listing at around $630. Very expensive, but not with regards to how great of an item it is. This 1989 version of the Batmobile has everything a hardcore fan could want. Surely, it will end up being quite a collectible.

This 1989 Batmobile joins the Hot Toys 1989 Batman and Joker figures to complete the set.

Batman and Joker figure sets


Batman (interchangeable faces)

The Batman and Joker sets also feature a high level of detail, stand at around 12 inches each, and are accompanied with a variety of accessories. The figures also feature many points of articulation, offering a variety of posses. They also share a high price point with the Batmobile, retailing for around $240-$260

Batman Pose

Joker Pose

So, what do you guys think? Do these images bring back feelings of nostalgia, or are the price points just too high to get excited about?
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