VIDEO: Funko Unveils Life-Size 1966 BATCAVE

You can’t buy it but you can visit it.

Check out the complete FUNKO BATMAN ’66 INDEX of stories and features. Click here!

Funko’s Yoko McCann and Cameron Deuel with the Caped Crusader.

I’ve never been to the Pacific Northwest but now I have another reason to go: Funko this weekend opened a flagship retail shop in Everett, Wash. — and it includes a 1966 Batcave display based on the company’s excellent new line of action figures.

The store, called Funko HQ, is broken up by various licenses. Over in the DC section, the mock-up of Batman’s underground headquarters includes life-size statues of the company’s Batman, Robin and Batgirl action figures; a smaller-scale replica of the atomic pile; and a Batcomputer of sorts.

Best part? The full-size Batmobile, based on one of the company’s toy versions, which you can sit in with Batman.

For a more detailed look, check out this video produced by Funko.

The Batcave starts about 1:20:

UPDATED 8/22/17: But wait, there’s more! Click here for a bunch of new hi-res photos of the Batcave!

Oh, and dig the store’s Batman window display, which hints at what multicolored Batmobile variant sets are coming. (Click here for more on that.)

I want to go to there. (From Funko’s Facebook page.)

MORE: For hi-res photos of Funko’s life-size Batcave, click here!

Check out the complete FUNKO BATMAN ’66 INDEX of stories and features. Click here!

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Looks like Andy Warhol was a Batman fan.

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  2. Awesome! Funko should consider a Batcave to go with the Batmobile and figures.

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