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The only thing that Batman has more of than fight noises is collectibles. Countless of items dating back to the Caped Crusader’s debut in 1939’s Detective Comics issue #27. Countless. Trust us. We tried to count the Batman collectibles on hobbyDB and had to stop at 2,461 before being committed to Arkham Asylum.
So we thought we’d spelunk into the Batcave (aka the hobbyDB database) to check out the variety of Batman collectibles found on hobbyDB. Are you a Batman-iac? Scroll below to find out how your fandom can help us build our DC Comics database.
Batman on hobbyDB
TV Batmobile (Barris Kustom, 1965)
The first Batman item ever added to hobbyDB!
The Batman (Gold Label) (McFarlane Toys)
The latest Batman added to hobbyDB! Or is it…click here to see the newest Batman on hobbyDB
Freddy Funko as Batman (Black Suit) ($12,390)
The most valuable Batman on hobbyDB!
The Joker Batman-Batman (Funko – Loot Crate)
The most-owned (24,643 owns!) Batman on hobbyDB!
Detective Comics #27
The collectible that started it all!
Batmobile 1989 (Hot Toys – Movie Masterpiece Series) ($1,860)
Most valuable Batmobile on hobbyDB!
Lego Batman (SDCC Exclusive) ($680)
Whatever Else Batman on hobbyDB! See them here!
Batman and Robin (Aladdin Industries, 1967)
What else would you pack your lunch in?
Armored Batman (Hot Toys – Life-Size Masterpiece Series) ($8,000)
A hobbyDB estimated value to make Bruce Wayne blush!
Batmobile Bubble Bath for Children (Avon Cars) (1970)
Perfect for some good, clean collecting fun!
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