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Jashan Boparai

Today, he's a shadowy figure constantly shrowded in darkness and mystery, but in his original appearances? Not so much! He went from building to building in a bright blue and grey suit, preventing his even more colorful enemies from doing one thing to another. So today, Entertainment Earth and Funko would like you to immortalize the (not so) Dark Knight in the form of a . . .

Batman 1950s Comic Pop! Heroes Vinyl Figure (EE Exclusive)

  • Bam! Kapow!
  • Classic 1950s Batman at its finest!
  • Exclusive Pop! Heroes figure based on the work of artist Dick Sprang.
  • From the Golden Age of comics.
Entertainment Earth Exclusive! The Caped Crusader has been brought to life by many artists since his first appearance in Detective Comics #27 in 1939, but none did it better than Dick Sprang. Sprang became one of the primary Batman comic book artists for the character in 1941 and went on to create some of the most memorable characters and covers of the next two decades. Honor this legendary artist and give yourself a treat by ordering this 3 3/4-inch tall Batman 1950s Comic Pop! Heroes Vinyl Figure - EE Exclusive based on Sprang's signature style. You'll be glad you did!

So in case you got lazy and skipped reading that;

  • The figure measures 3.75 inches tall
  • It is an Entertainment Earth Exclusive
  • The art is based off of Dick Sprang's comic book art in the Golden Age, not any movie or TV show

As of now, Entertainment Earth is having an absolutely crazy summer clearance, where you can find items for up to 95% off!

The figure will be available in October of this year, but you have to pre-order immediately as it's already climbing its way up EE's best sellers list, and can't be found anywhere else.

All in-stock item's shipping is free when the order is over $79, and select pre-orders are also free. If the status shows "Temporarily Out of Stock", that just means the current shipment has been sold but a new shipment is planned--but don't wait until it's back in stock to order yours, as it's always possible the following shipment will sell out, too. Also, credit cards are only charged when the order is ready to ship, so no need to worry.

The link to order is here


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