As "Batmania" Takes Over America, Corgi Offers Rarest Batmobiles Direct from the Pages of DC Comics

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This summer, as Batmania once again takes over America, Corgi will offer Batman collectible die-cast editions to fans. More than six decades of the legendary Batmobile, as seen in the pages of DC Comics, have been captured in high quality, realistic die-cast replicas that are certain to thrill any fan of the Caped Crusader.

This summer, as Batmania once again takes over America, fans will be looking for more than the Batman logo. They'll be searching for the real thing -- and they'll find it in Corgi's Batman Collectible Die-Cast Editions.

More than six decades of the legendary Batmobile, as seen in the pages of DC Comics, have been captured in high quality, realistic die-cast replicas that are certain to thrill any fan of the Caped Crusader.

The Batmobile's changed a great deal since the bright red roadster Batman used to tool around Gotham City back in the 1930s -- and these remarkable replicas show this iconic vehicle in every step of it's remarkable evolution. Here's a look at the Batmobile over the years:

The 1940s Batmobile was compact and snarling, with a shark-like fin and a battering ram in front.

The 1950s model was one of the coolest Batmobiles of all time. When Batman hopped into this Batmobile he had a secret in the backseat: a full laboratory!

In the 60s, the Batmobile sported two dramatic fins, and featured pop-up surveillance equipment that emerged from the front hood.

The 1970s-era version was one of the sleekest and most intimidating Batmobiles ever. This hot little number combined the styling of some of the top import coupes of the day.

In the 21st Century, the Batmobile has become an ultra-modern, high-tech marvel, capable of covering any terrain to track down the bad guys.

Corgi's Batman Collectible Die-Cast Editions presents all of these amazing vehicles -- each loaded with moving parts and detailed features -- and a host of other Bat- vehicles, including The 1960s Catwoman Catillac, The 1950s Two-Face Two-Tone Car, The 2000 Bat-Submersible, The Robin Cycle and many more.

For full press release information about the complete Batmobile line, please visit:

http://www.corgi-usa.com/Media/press_releases/TF05Batmobile2005.pdf

To retrieve downloadable artwork & local store availability, please go to: http://www.Corgi-USA.com/Media

Contact:

Bill Stoller

Public Relations Director

Corgi USA

6 Horizon Road - Suite 1705

Fort Lee, NJ 07024

201-224-3737

bill@publicityinsider.com

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