Eaglemoss is creating a series of replicas of dedication plaques for Star Trek ships. Here we have a 10″ wide replica of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 that will set you back $24.95. Maybe I’m wrong, but I’m not sure how much of a market there is for scale replicas of starship dedication plaques.
The Batman Automobilia collection from Eaglemoss goes to the Batman Classic TV Series for this diecast replica of the Black Widow Bike (driven by Black Widow henchman Tarantula in the “Black Widow Strikes Again”/”Caught In The Spider’s Den” episodes).
Eaglemoss is relaunching its DC Super Hero Collection. These are 1:21 scale figures that come with a 16-page booklet about the character.
Eaglemoss previously had a line of these figurines that came out monthly from 2009-2012, though I have no idea how popular they were (I picked up a couple dozen of them on clearance at the local comic book shop).
The original version of these figures were cast in lead, whereas now Eaglemoss is advertising that the relaunched figures are created in “metallic polyresin.” The sculpts, however, appear to be identical to the lead figures so far.
The Flying Batcave debuted on the cover of Detective Comics #317 in July 1963. This was the sort of goofy stuff that filled Batman comics in the 1960s, but when I stumbled across this as an 8-year-old, I spent way too much time trying to figure out how I’d build my own version when I was a crimefighter.
Eaglemoss’ diecast version that’s part of their Batman Automobilia series looks fantastic.
For the past few years, Eaglemoss has been producing collectible magazines featuring Marvel and DC characters that include detailed, painted lead figures of the characters. Soon, Eaglemoss will be releasing a series of Buffy: The Vampire Slayers and Angel figures.