That would be an awesome twist to an Unbreakable sequel.
I’ve pretty much stopped buying action figures, but this Dark Knight Returns figure that is part of Mattel’s Batman Unlimited line is tempting. Of course the $21.99 price tag for figures like this is why I’ve largely given up collecting action figures.
This diecast model is a stunning rendition of the Batmobile that made its debut in 1969 in Detective Comics #364.
According to the History of the Batmobile,
[The 1969 Batmobile] was a two-seat coupé outfitted with a turbocharged engine, bulletproof chassis and body panels, hydraulic impact absorbers built into the front end, and a smokescreen generator. To retain a low profile, it had bulletproof one-way mirrored windows and diplomatic license plates. It also represented two Batmobile firsts: gullwing doors and a remote driving system. The latter was originally developed as a safety measure to get Batman out of tight situations, but was found to be equally effective acting as a decoy and has since appeared in several Batmobiles since then.
Not sure when these are coming out or what the pricing will be, but these Play Arts Kai DC Comics interpretations of Batman look stunning.