Mez-Itz 1966 Batmobile with Batman & Robin To Debut At SDCC

by Jay Cochran
June 07, 2013
The most famous car in Gotham city and possibly the world can now be yours!

Mezco is proud to present the latest additions to the Mez-Itz DC Universe: the 1966 Batmobile with Batman and Robin.

Based on the iconic design from the beloved 1966 television series, the Mezco’s 1966 Batmoile features the iconic “bubble” windshields, Bat-Radar, Bat-Lights, Bat-Hubcaps, sculpted Bat-chutes , as well as the legendary red trim and Bat-logo on the doors.

The cockpit features detailed graphics including the Bat-scope viewing screen.

Also included are 2inch scale 1966 style Batman and Robin as seen on the popular television series. This is the 1st time the characters have been portrayed in their television style outfits for designer vinyl figures. Both figures actually fit within the Batmobile so they can fight crime in style. Each figure features a real cloth cape and five points of articulation with a million points of fun.

The 1966 Batmobile along with 2inch scale Mez-Itz Batman and Robin are packaged together in a collector friendly window box that allows for display without removal from the box.

This is not a limited edition item. After it premieres at SDCC it will become a Diamond Exclusive.
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