And now…some Batman items on the eBay.

§ June 3rd, 2010 § Filed under Uncategorized § 7 Comments

Image from the eBay auction titled “Fantasy Mask, Similar to Batman” — why, yes, that is quite similar.

Here is a permutation of the “Got Milk?” campaign that I never quite expected. (But you can have Batman Beyond right now, in the current Superman/Batman annual, now on sale!)

What the hell is Killer Croc wielding, there? “BEHOLD MY CLAWED PERISCOPE OF DEATH, BATMAN!”

I have to say I’m very disappointed in the search results for Batman in the Specialty Services category. “WINNING BIDDER WILL HAVE ME AS THEIR PERSONAL BATMAN FOR THE DAY.” That’s what I was hoping to see.

So is the stain part of the design or is it, just, you know…stained?

I would so totally lose fingers on this double-bladed Bat-knife. I like how “Batman” is just etched on the belt clip.

I don’t know why offering just a single Joker’s Henchman Lego figure makes me laugh, but it really does. I mean, it could be a rare item for all I know.

“18 Tongue Ring Playboy Batman Ganja Skull Logo Whistle” – sadly, these are descriptions of different tongue rings, not all the same tongue ring. “GANJA PLAYBOY BATMAN SKULL TO THE RESCUE! tweeet tweeet!”

“I Believe in Batman” — don’t we all, friend…don’t we all.

7 Responses to “And now…some Batman items on the eBay.”

  • Thwacko says:

    Is that Batman mask modelled after the one in “Batman:Odyssey”?

  • Heli says:

    From that stained t-shirt auction: “STAINED T-SHITER” Disturbing.

    Killer Croc is supposed to be holding a length of pipe that just happens to have a big serrated blade and a handle.

  • g23 says:

    Well, the Lego Joker Henchman does have 4 bids, and is up to almost $4. That’s more than I would pay for it. So, in the eBay sense of the word, you could call it “rare.”

  • Tom K Mason says:

    Lonely is the Joker’s Lego henchman, forced to sell himself on the eBay during those times when Lego Joker is in prison, or trapped in a Lego castle…

  • Casie says:

    The t-shirt is tempting…but I’m still eyeballing Skateboarding Super bat.

  • Bill D. says:

    Lego minifigs from discontinued sets can go for a (relative) mint on the aftermarket. Trust me, I’ve been trying to find a replacement for the Batman that my 5 year old lost. I’ve yet to see one go for less than $25.

  • Eric F says:

    Lego mini-figures can go for a decent amount on eBay because they only come in certain sets and then only 1 or 2 to the set. So, like Bill D said, if you need one that you’ve lost, you can buy the entire set again, which is a waste, or you can bid for the figure by itself on eBay. The same thing happens with parts from old toys, too. I’ve seen the guns alone from certain Transformers figures go for $25 or more.

    Some people build entire armies of certain Lego figures, too. For example, I’ve seen where someone used 1,000 knights to make a castle scene more real. I wouldn’t be surprised if someone wanted like 10 henchmen mini-figs so that the Joker mini-figure could have a gang.