5 Batman Heritage Collection Vehicles
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.