OK, got some extra time tonight, so it's time for a "Found on eBay" BONUS POST! And this time, it's all Batman stuff!
The above Batmobile was manufactured by AHI, who produced a lot of cheap licensed toys in the 1960s and 1970s and beyond! Here's a different Batmobile, manufactured by Azrak:
That company actually produced at least two different Batmobiles!
The "Alfred to Zowie!" book is one of the more popular non-comics printed Batman items... and one that I recall pretty much seeing at least one copy turn up at every comics convention I go to!
The other item in this photo, I've got a better angle here...
Yes, it's a Batscope, and no, I'm not sure what it is... it's either a microscope of some kind, or binoculars of some kind, I'm guessing.
This Batman bendy was sold in Australia... the bendy itself isn't anything special, but the card artwork is very nice!
As you may have guessed, the above Batboat was manufactured in Japan!
The flying Batjet above was manufactured and sold in Great Britain, if I remember correctly.
This Batcopter was either manufactured by AHI or Azrak... I forget which... I believe it actually flew, you'd insert a pull strip (like the ones on the Kenner SSP's) and pull it, and then let it go... or something like that.
The seller of the above item claimed it's a "Batgirl" super junior toy, but I think it's really supposed to be Batman, since the colors are way off for Batgirl. The Robin super junior figure is also for sale, and I'll have that photo in another posting or three or six...
Nice box art on this card game, manufactured by Ideal. Perhaps Infantino pencils, inked by Sid Greene? That's a complete guess, by the way.
The Batman carded toys you see above are pretty typical of some of the AHI and Azrek stuff, which would often be found at Kmart, Woolworth's, or Kresge stores in the 1970s... these days, some of that kind of stuff occasionally shows up at dollar stores!
I remember seeing these Batman charms on the Bat-Blog a few weeks ago... and found them for sale on eBay this past week!
Here's some Batman coloring books:
And we'll wrap up this post with a Corgi Bat-Bike!
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