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Posted 3/1/2018 7:19:47 AM
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No batman pieces yet, but I sure would love to come across something. There are several problems- first, lots of stuff was thrown out after filming, as it was seen as just "movie junk" in those days. So that makes authentic 89 Batman props rare. Now, the major stuff is out there, such as Keaton's batsuit, Joker's costume, guns, etc.- but any time that stuff changes hands, the prices are truly astronomical. Batman is a popular movie so you've got to be a major collector with a very fat wallet to get your hands on something. Still, I'm always watching because deals do occasionally pop up and I sure would be thrilled!
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1995 Batman Forever Batmobile Elite Edition 1/18 by Hotwheels BCJ98 by Hotwheels
Price:
$113.80 + $12.49 shipping

Only 6 left in stock - order soon.

Ships from and sold by ModelToyCars.

Based on the legendary DC Comics character, the film Batman Forever was directed by Joel Schumacher and starred Val Kilmer as Batman. This movie was the third of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Batman series, at the time. With a claimed maximum speed of 330 mph and the remarkable ability to climb straight up walls, the Batman Forever vehicle is one of the most famous BATMOBILES of all time. To accentuate the fabulous lines of this car, the engine and wheels were indirectly lit so that they appeared to glow blue. Our 1:18th scale model features remarkable details, from the swooped sky-high tail fins to the shark-like grille that struck fear into the hearts of bad guys all over Gotham City. Batman fans will surely love this extraordinary model!

New (11) from $113.80 + $12.49 shipping


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For the collector of the 1995 Batmobile here is a photo-image of the three pieces that are found in many collections. vertigo

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Posted 3/10/2018 8:31:26 PM
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Batman V Superman Batmobile - Framed 30 x 40 Official Print from UK sold on ebay and delivered for around 50.oo US. Very nice wall piece.

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HOT WHEELS RC 1966 Batmobile
At Amazon 184.99
Product description
Hot Wheels RC 1966 Batmobile: Holy RC racing, Batman. Now fans of the classic 1966 Batman television series can own the legendary Batmobile and drive it for the very first time. With nearly elite-level decos, full function RC and a transmitter that looks like it belongs on Batman's utility belt, this 1966 RC Batmobile is sure to be a favorite of kids and collectors.
Features include:
Holy RC racing, Batman
Now fans of the classic 1966 Batman television series can own the legendary Batmobile
Drive this fully functional Batmobile RC for the very first time
With elite-level decos and a transmitter that looks like it belongs on Batman's utility belt
This 1966 RC Batmobile is sure to be a favorite of kids and collectors
Recommended Ages: 5-9 years
Product Dimensions: 15 x 5.25 x 5 inches


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Posted 3/29/2018 6:45:29 PM
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An outstanding Batman piece from Sideshow Collectibles
About This Premium Format™ Figure
“I am the Batman. This is my city. At night, it belongs to me.”
Approximately 600.00

Criminals of Gotham, beware! Sideshow is proud to present the Batman Premium Format™ Figure.

Batman measures 21” tall, perched atop an Arkham cemetery base. Fans familiar with the shaded history of Gotham’s famed asylum may recognize the marks of madness carved into the gravestones beneath Batman’s boots.

The Batman Premium Format™ Figure stands ready to bring justice to his city, wearing an updated version of his iconic costume. The polyresin figure has a sculpted black and grey tactical bodysuit featuring a gold utility belt. Batman’s chest, gauntlets, and boots textured with elements of battle-damage.

The Caped Crusader’s portrait is detailed with a grim expression, framed by his iconic cowl with white eyes. The Batman Premium Format™ Figure also has a tailored fabric cape with internal wiring to allow custom cape poses when displaying the piece.

The Exclusive edition of the Batman Premium Format™ Figure includes alternate left and right hands clutching Batarangs. Use the Dark Knight’s arsenal to defend Gotham with this added display option.

Shine the signal and bring home the Batman Premium Format™ Figure to your DC collection today!
License
DC Comics
Type
Premium Format™ Figure
Materials
Polyresin, Fabric
Manufacturer
Sideshow Collectibles
Artists
Ian MacDonald (Design)
Alex Pascenko (Design)
Scott Wade (Design)
Zane Yarbrough (Design)
Matt Molen (Design)
Martin Canale (Design & Sculpt)
Guillermo Barbiero (Sculpt)
Adam Smith (Mold & Cast)
Chadwick Andersen (Mold & Cast)
Bernardo Esquivel (Paint)
Tim Hanson (Costume Fabrication)
The Sideshow Design and Development Team

Additional Details & Dimensions
Expected to Ship
Jan 2019 - Mar 2019
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.
Product Size
21" H (533.4mm) x 10" W (254mm) x 11" L (279.4mm)*
Product Weight
14.00 lbs (6.35 kg)*
Dimensional Weight
SKU
3005421
UPC
747720234697


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Posted 4/16/2018 8:26:03 PM
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ON EBAY
Batmobile High Definition Art Poster24x46in/36x64in Canvas/GlossyPrint
15-65.00
The 36 x 64 inch on canvas in a quality frame would make an excellent wall display piece.


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Here is a very collectible piece of 1966 Batman related memoribelia
currently on Ebay for 1850.00 or best offer.
Certified and photo authenticated by Adam West and Burt Ward

Adam West and Burt Ward Autographed 1966 Classic Batman Phone
This amazing and fully functioning Batphone has been personally hand-signed by Adam West and Burt Ward during their signings with Celebrity Authentics. Just like the one seen in Wayne Manor and Commissioner Gordon's office to contact the Caped Crusader when Gotham is in peril. This 1:1 scale prop replica has been signed by each on the top of the handset in silver and it's fully operational. Plug it in and when a call comes in the phone will ring and the red light in the center will flash.

Your phone will come with a Celebrity Authentication Certification Hologram Sticker and (2) pictured cards of Certification showing Adam West & Burt Ward handling the phones and in the process of signing the phones.

What really makes this "The Ultimate Cape Crusader Collection" is that the collection is accompanied with replicas of the "Dome Phone Stand" utilized by Commissioner Gordon at Police Headquarters and the "Shakespeare Statue" at Wayne Manor that Batman and Robin utilized to activate the sliding door for them to gain access to the sliding poles that got them down to the Bat cave. (ALL (2) ITEMS COMES WITH THE PHONE AND WON'T BE SOLD SEPARATELY).


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Received a personal email today asking why I have never talked about collecting blue print art.
In particular Batmobiles and other Batman related blue print art.
Indeed there are thousands of Batman related blue print art pieces for sale on the internet.

Part One
The general history of the blue printing process.

WIKIPEDIA
Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia.
Wikipedia has a very good contributory article on the subject.
Very worth reading if you are considering collecting blue print art.

Blueprint
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing, documenting an architecture or an engineering design, using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets. Introduced in the 19th century, the process allowed rapid and accurate reproduction of documents used in construction and industry. The blue-print process was characterized by light-colored lines on a blue background, a negative of the original. The process was unable to reproduce color or shades of grey.
Various base materials have been used for blueprints. Paper was a common choice; for more durable prints linen was sometimes used, but with time, the linen prints would shrink slightly. To combat this problem, printing on imitation vellum and, later, polyester film (Mylar) was implemented.
The process has been largely displaced by the diazo whiteprint process and by large-format xerographic photocopiers, so reproduced drawings are usually called "prints" or just "drawings".
The term blueprint is also used less formally to refer to any floor plan and even more informally, any type of plan).

The blueprint processes
In 1861, Alphonse Louis Poitevin, a French chemist, found that ferro-gallate in gum is light sensitive.Light turns this to an insoluble permanent blue. A coating of this chemical on a paper or other base may be used to reproduce an image from a translucent document.
The ferro-gallate is coated onto a paper from aqueous solution and dried. The coating is yellow. In darkness, it is stable for up to three days. It is clamped under glass and a light transmitting document in a daylight exposure frame which is similar to a picture frame. The frame is put out into daylight requiring a minute or two under a bright sun or about ten times this under an overcast sky. Where ultra-violet light is transmitted the coating converts to a stable blue or black dye. The image can be seen forming. When a strong image is seen the frame is brought indoors and the unconverted coating, under the original image, is washed away. The paper is then dried.
The result is a copy of the original image with the clear background area rendered dark blue and the image reproduced as a white line. The image is stable. The contact printing process has the advantage that no large-field optical system is required. A further advantage is that the reproduced document will have the same scale as the original. Another quality is that the dark blue background makes it difficult to add new information to the print (such as recording as-built changes); a blueprint cannot easily be altered—depending on the situation, this can be either a strength or a drawback. Since the paper is soaked in liquid during processing, a minor change of scale can occur, and the paper can also become brittle. Engineering drawings often are marked to remind users not to rely on the scale of reproductions.
Other blueprint processes based on photosensitive ferric compounds have been used. The best known is probably a process using ammonium ferric citrate and potassium ferricyanide. In this procedure, a distinctly blue compound is formed and the process is also known as cyanotype. The paper is impregnated with a solution of ammonium ferric citrate and dried. When the paper is illuminated, a photoreaction turns the trivalent (ferric) iron into divalent (ferrous) iron. The image is then developed using a solution of potassium ferricyanide forming insoluble ferroferricyanide (Turnbell's blue identical to Prussian blue) with the divalent iron. Excess ammonium ferric citrate and potassium ferricyanide are then washed away.
This is a simple process for the reproduction of any light transmitting document. Engineers and architects drew their designs on cartridge paper; these were then traced on to tracing paper using India ink for reproduction whenever needed."
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Received a personal email asking why I have never talked about collecting blue print art.
In particular Batmobiles and other Batman related blue print art.
Indeed there are thousands of Batman related blue print art pieces for sale on the internet.

Part Two
Bat Vehicle Blue Prints
Found Bat Vehicle blue print art for sale on the internet for all the Bat Vehicles except for the DOJ/Justice League.
Found a couple photo-images but none for sale.
The photo-images were too low in resolution to make them suitable to print from.
Anyone ever seen any of these for sale? vertigo



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