Mattel has announced two new Batman Comic-Con 2019 exclusives to commemorate the 80th-anniversary of Batman. The announcement came from via iO9, which we linked in the post below for all the details. The Hot Wheels '89 Batman is a nice touch, especially because it is also the 35th-anniversary of Tim Burton's film. The crazy collection of Batman outfits in action figures below is what we will be scheming for Junkies! #AFJ4LIFE
TAKE NOTE: These are for SDCC only attendees and not available for those not attending.
From iO9: "First up is Hot Wheels’ diecast car of the Armored Batmobile from the Tim Burton Batman movie, which turns 30 this year. As well as a fully detailed replica of the ‘89 Batmobile itself, the special set also comes with a small diecast figure of Michael Keaton’s Batman, but also a special protective shell replicating the film’s armored upgrade for the vehicle. Simply pop it over the Batmobile and your Hot Wheels car is protected from the deadliest threats a small toy car could ever face! So like, falling off a shelf, probably, if you take it out of the fancy Batman ‘89-themed packaging. If you’re at the con, this set will cost you $25". See full article HERE.
From iO9: "The first is a classic Batman representing the Dark Knight’s iconic blue and grey costume for many of his Silver Age adventures, while the other three are more one-off specifics. There’s Negative Suit Batman from Detective Comics #284, in which a blast from an experimental ray rendered Batman averse to light itself. There’s Zebra Batman from Detective Comics #275, in which an encounter with magnet-powered supervillain Zebra-Man left Batman’s suit scrambled into Zebra-esque crazy black-and-white waves.". See full article HERE.