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Batman 4″ Action Figures and 2-in-1 Batmobile Vehicle from Spin Master

Batman and Batmobile toys

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The folks from Spin Master sent me some of their new Batman toys for free to unbox and review. These collectible action figures are a lot of fun and have great detail.

When I first got the email asking me if I’d like to check out the new Batman line from Spin Master I was excited. I didn’t know how Spin Master would handle the line but I was very impressed when I saw the finished product. I was walking through a store and saw them on the shelves. They started appearing after the first of the year. I had to stop and take a closer look. I got so excited for me own set of these toys to arrive at my house.

I received two Batman 4 inch figures, Batman and Rebirth Tactical Batman. I also received the Batmobile. The Batmobile is a 2-in-1 vehicle. You have The Batmobile and also the Batboat. The Batboat slides into the back of the Batmobile. The design of both is very cool. I would have liked to have seen some more play features on the Batmobile but having two vehicles for $19.99 is a good price, adding more bells and whistles would have made the price go up. I think these toys have decent price points with the individual 4 inch figures going for $7.99 and vehicle for $19.99.

The action figures have 11 points of articulation and are well balanced so that they will stay standing even when they have their attached gear. Each character gets 3 mystery accessories. There is a great little feature that lets kids unbox these mystery accessories in a fun way. They also get a trading card included. You can see what I mean in my review video.

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Thanos Takedown With LEGO Marvel Mechs

Thanos Takedown

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So far there are 4 Mechs from the LEGO MArvel Super Heroes line. I built Spider-Man tonight and he works well in a team up Iron Man. These guys made me think about how Iron Man and Spider-Man worked together with the other heroes to try and takedown Thanos. I tried very hard to get it to look like Thanos was about to snap his fingers in the Infinity Gauntlet. Not sure if it came out that well in the end. The fingers can almost make the position.

As I was building this I through of how I could come up with Mechs for other Avengers. Although, I’m not that good with making things out of the blue. I have ideas but turning them into a tangible LEGO creation is a bit difficult. I guess I’ll just have to give it a try.