And here's a poster for the 1967 movie... this is the Argentina version!
Batman and Robin masks!
Batman bookbag with very cool artwork on it!
Batman board game, 1973 version, by Hasbro! Looks like they just updated box art for it1
Joker puzzle in "oil can" style box!
Here's that night light I posted the other day, in the original package!
This 1981 postcard game from either a Batman or DC Superheroes postcard book! Here's some more:
Next up is this AHI Batman parachutist! I used to have one of these when I was a kid, and it worked GREAT! I think I played with it so much, I eventually had to replace the parachute by cutting out a plastic garbage bag in a circle and tying the strings to it!
Never had the Joker and Penguin ones, on the other hand!
Here's another AHI item... Batman Saucer Gun!
Batman Shooting Gallery by AHI! Have I mentioned before that I don't understand why there's so many Batman gun toys out there, given the Dark Knight's aversion to guns.
And we'll end this set of Batman stuff with these vintage Batman Balloons!
All-American 20, and by this point, the book is definitely getting interesting, with Alan Scott, the Original Green Lantern! Interesting that he's not using the ring on the cover, though...
All-American 30... and what the heck is Alan doing with his ring, giving that guy a hot-face???
All-American 40... sometimes I think the cover artists weren't taking the feature seriously... I mean, an idol that looks like Woozy? That's so... so... Adventures of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, y'know?
Issue 50, and that's a pretty dramatic cover, isn't it???
Issue 80's cover is just plain weird, isn't it?
Issue 90's cover features the first appearance of the Icicle, perhaps Alan Scott's first real nemesis (at least, the first real nemesis who showed up in this By the 10s)!
Issue 100, and change is in the wind... while Green Lantern's mentioned on the cover, new western hero Johnny Thunder gets the featured spot!
And here we are at issue 110, by which time the title became All-American Western... super-heroes were out, westerns were in!
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