Original Kit #467 Issued: 1964

Re-Issued: 1984

My favorite comic book character, immortalized forever in plastic.
I have never personally owned this kit, but have seen it built-up several times, and it always looks great. Replacement parts are available for reissue kits to make them more like the original.
Original Kit #488 Issued: 1966

Re-Issued: 1984

The Boy Wonder is a terrific kit, with real bubble-gum comic book appeal to it. I like the "high tech" switch panel backdrop and the action pose complete with flying cape..
Original Kit #486 Issued: 1966

Re-Issued: ?

An all-time favorite vehicle, this kit is difficult to find in good B/U condition, to say nothing of unbuilt. This would make a terrific Polar Lights reissue
An MISB original kit recently sold on eBay for $830.
This has become the "Holy Grail" of Aurora Bat Kits!
Original Kit #487 Issued: 1966

An excellent companion kit to the Batmobile. This kit is one of the more obscure Aurora Bat kits. As such, it can be a real challenge to lay hands on a mint specimen. This one sold on eBay comes close.

Never Issued

This is one of those great kits that never made it off the drawing board. Too bad, it would've been a beauty!

Photo courtesy of eBay

This 1968 ad ran in all the DC comics that summer.

These other great kits were also available in the Aurora Line.


Original 1968 Box Art - Thanks SanMan
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Repopped 2003 Box Art - Thanks Polar Lights
by Scary Terry and Original 1965 Box Art
"Batman" - 1966

20th Cent.Fox

Starring: Adam West, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero, Burgess
Meredith, Frank Gorshin, Julie Newmar,

The greatest,and perhaps silliest, show of all time!

Read a complete Episode Guide here

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"Batman - The Movie" - 1966

Studio: 20th Century Fox

Click the projector to see a trailer from the original film.

Starring: Adam West, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero, Burgess
Meredith, Frank Gorshin, Lee Meriwether

Leslie H. Martinson

Holy camp site, Batman! After a fabulously successful season on TV, the campy comic book adventure hit the big screen, complete with painful puns, outrageous supervillains,

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and fights punctuated with word balloons sporting such onomatopoeic syllables as "Pow!," "Thud!," and "Blammo!" Adam West's wooden Batman is the cowled vigilante alter ego of straight-arrow millionaire Bruce Wayne and Bruce Ward's Robin (a.k.a. Dick Grayson, Bruce's young collegiate protégé) his overeager sidekick in hot pants. Together they battle an unholy alliance of Gotham City's greatest criminals: the Joker (Cesar Romero,whooping up a storm), the Riddler (giggling Frank Gorshin), the Penguin (cackling Burgess Meredith), and the purr-fectly sexy Catwoman (Lee Meriwether slinking in a skin-tight black bodysuit). The criminals are, naturally, out to conquer the world, but with a little help from their unending supply of utility belt devices (bat shark repellent, anyone?), our dynamic duo thwarts their nefarious plans at every turn. Since the TV show ran under 30 minutes an episode (with commercials), the 105-minute film runs a little thin--a little camp goes a long way--but fans of the small-screen show will enjoy the spoofing tone throughout. Leslie H. Martinson directs Lorenzo Semple's screenplay like a big-budget TV episode minus the cliffhanger endings.

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