Holy Fantastic Figurine Batman! NECA Robin Announced

It’s been a great year for Batman 66. With two best selling comics flying off the shelves and a DVD compilation on the way everything is coming up Batman 66. Now to continue  that  wonderful run of success NECA, the National Entertainment Collectibles Association has announced the release of a limited edition 1/4 scale Burt Ward Robin figurine. It’s something quite special guys, like everything from NECA the detail is just stunning. Among the many things you  get with the figurine is some interchangeable hands, a set of bat cuffs and the knowledge that this will perfectly compliment the NECA Batman Adam West figurine released last year. If you are a collectible enthusiast then this is a must  have. Check it out  below and let us know here what’s  your fondest memory of the 1966 Batman television series.

Introducing the Batman 1966 TV Series Burt Ward as Robin 1/4 Scale Action Figure

 The long-awaited companion piece to last year’s #1 selling Adam West Batman figure from the 1966 TV series has arrived! We are proud to present this brand new 1/4 scale rendition of Burt Ward as Robin.

For close to 50 years the Batman TV show has delighted audiences, and this fall for the first time ever the complete series will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray! To celebrate this monumental event we have created this 17″ tall poseable figure of theBoy Wonder featuring Burt Ward‘s likeness.



Robin comes with a fabric cape, 6 interchangeable hands, Batarang, communicator, and more. Super-poseable and loaded with detail, this Robin is a must-have for fans of the classic Batman series.

The Author

Graham Day

Graham Day

I am a geek first and foremost. I love animation, film and comics. I live in Dublin, Ireland and love it. I have met so many amazing people over the years, Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Mark Millar and Scott Snyder to name but a few. I love to sketch, write and talk about geek news. I went to college for five years, three years animation and two years communication and media. All opinions are my own so I hope they're witty and original, I'm fairly certain they're not.

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