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Bearbrick by Medicom Toy
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$150

Expected to Ship: Dec 2022 - Feb 2023

Medicom Toy Be@rbrick Batgirl (The New Batman Adventures) 100% & 400% Bearbrick

About This Bearbrick

Sideshow and Medicom Toy are proud to present the [email protected] Batgirl (The New Batman Adventures) 100% & 400% Set. These [email protected] features Barbara Gordon AKA Babs AKA Batgirl!

The New Batman Adventures (or TNBA for short) was an animated television series that aired from 1997 to 1999. It was created as a sequel series to Batman: The Animated Series and follows the same storyline and continuity. Despite it's relatively short time on the air, TNBA stood out as both a fantastic cartoon and welcome addition to the Gotham world, earning two Daytime Emmies, among other awards!

Batgirl is depicted on this [email protected], adapting her appearance and art from TNBA to the iconic [email protected] shape, creating a unique collectible like no other.

The 400% collectible figure stands over 11 inches tall, with the 100% standing approximately 2.75 inches tall.

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Brand
DC Comics
Manufacturer
Medicom Toy
Type
Bearbrick
Genre
Animation Superhero Comic Book Pop Culture

Additional Details & Dimensions

Materials
Product Size
400%
Height: 11.02" (28 cm) *

Product Size
100%
Height: 2.76" (7 cm) *

Box Size
Height: 5.00" (12.7 cm)
Width: 8.00" (20.3 cm)
Depth: 12.00" (30.5 cm) *

Shipping Weight
1.50 lbs (0.7 kg) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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SKU
910968
UPC
4530956604244

Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

BATMAN and all related characters and elements (C) & (TM) DC Comics. (s22) [email protected] TM & (C) 2001-2022 MEDICOM TOY CORPORATION. All rights reserved.

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