|The packaging isn't sealed,as such. There is a plastic tie with the company logo that fastens through the peg hole at the top. When it's removed the package can be opened...and your cat can lost the plastic thing because he likes playing with them.|
|The little plastic insert pops out and the figure is held in by three wires.|
Unfortunately there are problems with both of them. First of all, the glasses. They have silver detail on the legs, part of which flaked off before they were even out of the pack.
Now to the book light.
|I give up.|
There's a whole line of batman figures by this company.
|Including TWO out of three Cat Woman figures. Not to be insulting, but they left out the boring one,so it's ok.|
Although he can't get his arm as high as his hat.
|Not so much. But he can hail a cab.|
And when his coat is opened his leg can do this.
|Although I'm not sure why he'd need to.|
It helped a little when I realized that his shirt wasn't Velcroed shut all the way and I fixed it.
His tie is on a piece of elastic. Even with my glasses I didn't realize that the elastic was caught in the Velcro until I looked at these pictures.So that's why his tie wouldn't straighten!
The suit is removable in case you want to make your own custom figure.
|His coat is tagged.|
|Plus there are glove wrinkles.|
His boots are removable though.
|Look at the zipper detail!|
|And the boots are soft enough that he can still flex his foot.|
Not a bad resemblance,especially from some angles,but why did they make the eyes so small?
And his picture is featured on the packaging.
The character was created for the 60's TV series, and wasn't used again for decades, until he appeared in The Huntress comics in 1989. He was also mentioned by the Riddler, in 1989, in Secret Origins Special #1, as one of the villains "you never see anymore".
The Bookworm later appeared in Batman '66,a comic based on the '60's TV series. For the most part the characters were drawn to resemble the actors who played them.
The Bookworm seems to be an exception.
|Pretty much, yes, it is.|
|Why do Batman villains get to wear part of their villain costume in prison?|