Holy action figures, Batman! Your exclusive sneak peek at the best new Bat-toys of 2018

Senior Writer, Yahoo Entertainment
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We’re one year away from celebrating Batman’s 70th birthday, which raises the question: What do you get the Dark Knight fan who has everything? Mattel has your answer. The toy giant is premiering some new Batman merchandise at the 2018 Toy Fair, which runs from Feb. 17-20 in New York, and Yahoo Entertainment has your exclusive first look at the new line — from Batmobile to baddies. Scroll through the gallery above to see which items you’ll want to stash in your personal Batcave.

<p>Peel thought the streets of Gotham City in this sleek 6-inch replica of the Dark Knight’s signature ride, and take aim at escaping Arkham Asylum baddies with a pair of weapons activated by an air-powered pump. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batman 6-Inch Batmobile (Fall 2018; $29.99)

Peel thought the streets of Gotham City in this sleek 6-inch replica of the Dark Knight’s signature ride, and take aim at escaping Arkham Asylum baddies with a pair of weapons activated by an air-powered pump. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>The Batmobile isn’t Batman’s only mode of transport. Hop aboard the tricked-out Batcycle for those nights when Gotham City’s four-wheel traffic is particularly bad. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batman Knight Missions Air Power Blast Attack Batman & Batcycle Figure & Vehicle (Fall 2018; $19.99)

The Batmobile isn’t Batman’s only mode of transport. Hop aboard the tricked-out Batcycle for those nights when Gotham City’s four-wheel traffic is particularly bad. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>Double the action figure size, double the fun. Batman heads up a fresh assortment of 12-inch heroes and villains, each of which boasts 11-point articulation. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batman 12-Inch Figure (Fall 2018; $9.99)

Double the action figure size, double the fun. Batman heads up a fresh assortment of 12-inch heroes and villains, each of which boasts 11-point articulation. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>The stalwart Barbara Gordon stands tall in her classic purple Batgirl garb. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batgirl 12-Inch Figure (Fall 2018; $9.99)

The stalwart Barbara Gordon stands tall in her classic purple Batgirl garb. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>Better smile when you talk to, or play with, Gotham’s resident Clown Prince of Crime. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Joker 12-Inch Figure (Fall 2018; $9.99)

Better smile when you talk to, or play with, Gotham’s resident Clown Prince of Crime. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>Who are you calling a <em>Boy</em> Wonder? Sprouting up to 12 inches definitely gives Robin the appearance — if not necessarily the temperment — of a teenager. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Robin 12-Inch Figure (Fall 2018; $9.99)

Who are you calling a Boy Wonder? Sprouting up to 12 inches definitely gives Robin the appearance — if not necessarily the temperment — of a teenager. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>From his humble 1939 origins, the Caped Crusader has seen his universe expanded to include multiple villains, multiple realities, and multiple Batmen. Mattel’s trans-media multiverse line draws on video games, animated shows — and, yes, comic books — with 6-inch figures that boast 15-point articulation and collectible bonus pieces. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batman 6-Inch Multiverse Figure Assortment (Spring 2018; $19.99)

From his humble 1939 origins, the Caped Crusader has seen his universe expanded to include multiple villains, multiple realities, and multiple Batmen. Mattel’s trans-media multiverse line draws on video games, animated shows — and, yes, comic books — with 6-inch figures that boast 15-point articulation and collectible bonus pieces. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>Disappointed by the Batman vs. Bane battle we got in <em>The Dark Knight Rises</em>? Stage your own version with this three-piece “Battle in a Box” set, starting with an armor-sporting Caped Crusader. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batman 6-Inch Battle in a Box (Fall 2018; $29.99)

Disappointed by the Batman vs. Bane battle we got in The Dark Knight Rises? Stage your own version with this three-piece “Battle in a Box” set, starting with an armor-sporting Caped Crusader. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>The classic version of Robin — as oppoosed to his John Blake plainclothes look from <em>The Dark Knight Rises</em> — also gets in on the “Battle in a Box” action. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Robin 6-Inch Battle in a Box (Fall 2018; $29.99)

The classic version of Robin — as oppoosed to his John Blake plainclothes look from The Dark Knight Rises — also gets in on the “Battle in a Box” action. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>Light up the (dark) night with Bane’s light-up chest, which is bright enough to pierce the shadows were a certain Dynamic Duo might be hiding. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Bane 6-Inch Battle in Box (Fall 2018; $29.99)

Light up the (dark) night with Bane’s light-up chest, which is bright enough to pierce the shadows were a certain Dynamic Duo might be hiding. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

<p>Batman may not be a fan of firearms, but he’s not adverse to arming himself with projectile weapons. These 6-inch deluxe versions of the Caped Crusader and the Clown Prince of Crime come equipped with air-pump activated armaments that can be swapped between them. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.) </p>
Batman and Joker 6-Inch Deluxe Figures (Fall 2018; 14.99)

Batman may not be a fan of firearms, but he’s not adverse to arming himself with projectile weapons. These 6-inch deluxe versions of the Caped Crusader and the Clown Prince of Crime come equipped with air-pump activated armaments that can be swapped between them. (Photo: Mattel/Warner Bros.)

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