So many new Super Powers toys have been announced recently. However, something has been missing: vehicles. While the original Kenner line only had eight during its lifetime, McFarlane Toys’s version is quickly catching up.
While it may not be as slick as the Kenner Batcopter, it’s compact and has play features you’d expect from a retro-inspired line like Super Powers. The Whirlybat’s rotor blades spin with a press of a button at the vehicle’s rear.
“When villainy is afoot, BATMAN™ and ROBIN™ take to the skies with the WHIRLYBAT. Lightweight and remarkably agile, this single-seat helicopter is the perfect pursuit vehicle for maneuvering through the tightly-packed skyscrapers of GOTHAM CITY™.”
- Continuing the legacy of the beloved DC SUPER POWERS™ line comes a brand new batch of your favorite heroes and villains
- Compatible vehicles to complement new and vintage DC SUPER POWERS™ action figures
- The WHIRLYBAT™ features free-spinning rotor blades and tail rotor
- The WHIRLYBAT™ is showcased in DC SUPER POWERS™ themed closed box packaging
- Collect all McFARLANE TOYS™ DC SUPER POWERS™ figures and vehicles
The first batch of vehicles had been available at Walmart, but it seems like McFarlane Toys is choosing to favor online retailers like Amazon, Entertainment Earth, GameStop, and the Big Bad Toy Store.
You can always pre-order straight from McFarlane Toys, but the price is the same everywhere: $19.99. The Whirlybat is expected to ship in October.
What do you think of the updated Super Powers line of action figures and vehicles? Let us know in the comments section below.[Source: McFarlane Toys Official Website]
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