5 Bat­man Her­itage Col­lec­tion Ve­hi­cles

SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Toys & Collectables -

Hot Wheels | Length: 22cm | RRP: £ 19.99 each | FPI price: £ 16.99 each | Cat­a­logue num­bers: C4083, C4082 Wholly de­sir­able! Un­like the old Corgi toy, the TV Bat­mo­bile die- cast here has no tricks – no mis­siles or saw- blade – but when you’re faith­fully repli­cat­ing Ge­orge Bar­ris’s cus­tomised Lin­coln Fu­tura, gim­micks are un­nec­es­sary. Its stable­mate, based on the Bur­ton movies’ An­ton Furst de­sign, is equally glo­ri­ous. Both feel sturdy enough to with­stand play, should you fool­ishly let a child get their sticky mitts on ’ em. More fig­ures tak­ing in­spi­ra­tion from both chil­dren’s toys of the ’ 70s and gory hor­rors of the ’ 80s. From Evil Dead 2: Hero Ash, com­plete with chain­saw, and a pos­sessed Dea­dite Ash. Hero Ash seems a mite crosseyed – but that does make him look ap­pro­pri­ately be­wil­dered. The lat­est Fri­day The 13th fig­ure comes from Part V, where the vil­lain turns out not to be Ja­son! Re­move the mask to re­veal de­ranged para­medic Roy Burns. All come with neat lit­tle ac­ces­sories like a shot­gun, a Ne­cro­nomi­con and a meat cleaver.

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