Check Out this 1960s Batman TV series and Influenced by Kustom Kulture Art

Cryptozoic Entertainment and DC Entertainment this week are releasing the Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile Statue. 

Based on the iconic version of the Batmobile from the 1960s Batman TV series, the statue is influenced by the animated style of Kustom Kulture art, which emerged out of the 1960s Southern California hot rod scene. The lively interpretation of Batman’s vehicle stands approximately 9 inches tall and is meticulously hand-painted. The high-end collectible was designed by Dennis Jones and sculpted by Stephan Ehl. A limited run of 666 statues will be produced, in honor of the year (1966) the classic series premiered.

Part of Cryptozoic’s new line of collectibles, the Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile Statue will be available at retailers nationwide starting January 18th for a suggested retail price of $125.

The statue is approximately 9 inches tall, hand painted, and based on the Batmobile designed by George Barris and used in the classic 1966-1968 Batman TV series.

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