Well, now that the non-alphabetic stuff from the last volume has been taken care of, it's time for a new volume of photos! Volume 15 of my "Cool Stuff" files is a bit smaller than the usual volume (I'm not sure why I cut it short, to be honest... this has about 500+ photos in it, and I usually put closer to 1,500+ in a volume).
Anyway, this time around, we begin with some 8" Mego figures, and the first one is Mego's Fist Fighting Batman!
Next, the Green Arrowcar! Sadly, it doesn't really resemble any Arrowmobile from the comics...
From Empire Toys, here's the Spider-Man Crime Lab scaled for the 8" Megos... apparently AHI wasn't the only company stuck in the idea of producing the same crap for Spider-Man that they did for Batman, regardless of whether or not it made any sense!
This item was a surprise... Action Jackson Colorforms! I had no idea the line was popular enough that someone would've paid Mego a licensing fee for AJ!
And now, we begin a bunch of Batman items, beginning with this 1960s Magic Slate!
1960s Batman Frame-Tray Puzzle!
Batman Pocket Combs?!? That concept makes zero sense to me!
This 1966 kids' shirt must've been a bootleg of some kind, given the miscoloring of the gloves and boots, the insignia being completely weird, the head being too small... oh, and the fact that it shows Batman flying! Must'be been traced from a Superman figure and then Batman's costume added to it.
1966 Batman buttons, manufactured by Lone Star!
1966 Batman pencil box, obviously manufactured by someone who doesn't know Batman doesn't carry a gun!
That's right, your eyes don't deceive you... those are freaky-looking 1966 Batman roller skates!
1967 Batmobile tin toy!
1970s Argentina temporary tattoos!
1973 Batman puzzle, with Neal Adams art!
Battery-operated Batman Speedboat, by AHI! Did I already do a Batboat post for Toy of the Week? If so, then you just saw this probably last month, eh?
AHI Batplane glider with launcher! You'll likely see this again next month when I do Batplanes on Toy of the Week, as well as the one below, also by AHI!
Super Gyro Pull Strip Batmobile by AHI!
AHI remote controlled Batmobile! Yes, AHI made a lot of Batmobiles!
Here's another Batmobile tin toy by AHI, with more photos of it below:
More Batman stuff next time around!