Batman - 7” Action Figure - 1989 Video Game Appearance by NECA - Pre-Order Now!
NECA is coming out with their first ever Batman figure in 7” scale! This Batman - 7” Action Figure - 1989 Video Game Appearance by NECA is being created in honor of the 25th anniversary of both the 1989 film that starred Michael Keaton and defined Batman and its video game adaptation!
The Batman (1989 Video Game Appearance) is the sixth figure in NECA’s highly successful line of classic 8-bit video game tributes. The side scrolling game was released in late 1989 for the super popular 8-bit home console after Michael Keaton’s iconic portrayal as Batman in the movie.
This Batman - Action Figure - 1989 Video Game Appearance by NECA stands at 7” tall, with over 25 points of articulation! It also has a removable cape, Spear Gun accessories and a Batarang. The paint deco stylishly mimics the game’s original cel-shaded look.
This Batman figure is a limited edition andcomes in special window box packaging with opening flap to re-create the look and feel of the classic old school 1989 video game packaging.
Limited to ONE production run only so don’t miss out - Get yours now!
Rifftrax: The Crater Lake Monster (1977/2011)
"Are you a giant, cheaply-made monster looking for a nice place to terrorize? Your search is over: Crater Lake is the spot for you! Get your limp rubbery body down here, you’ll be feasting on mustachioed creeps quicker than you can say “AaaUUurgghh, I’m a monster!!” This small, sleepy community has everything you’re looking for. A sheriff who will refuse to believe in you until it’s too late. Uptight scientists that DO believe in you, for the sheriff to ignore. A pair of drunken hicks to provide aimless, misguided comic relief, and also be ignored by the sheriff. All this, and random unlikable tourists for you to snack on along the way! Just avoid choking to death on all the hideous 1970s facial hair, and you’ll have the time of your life.
Mike, Kevin, and Bill became the laughingstock of the scientific community for their fervent belief in The Crater Lake Monster. But they’ll show them, yes, soon they’ll show them all!!”
Cinematic Titanic: War of the Insects AKA Genocide(1968/2011)
The Cinematic Titanic team (Joel, Trace, Mary Jo, Josh and TV’s Frank) take on the weird, silly, and strangely depressing Genocide from the once-great studio Shochiku, and directed by Kazui Nihonmatsu, who also made the genuinely enjoyable The X From Outer Space (1968). It’s about bees taking over the earth by making a US Air Force plane carrying a hydrogen bomb crash in a Pacific island, and how war is bad and stuff. This was one of the last CT efforts, and although the live audience seems to enjoy the show a lot and the team are great as ever, the film itself is a morose, enervating shambles, with a grotesquely silly plot and a cast of annoying characters of whom only one or two are not sweaty, treacherous bastards.