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Batman 1989 Batmobile

MMS372
2 Sheets
The Batmobile is the Batman's primary mode of transportation. The vehicle is one of the most daunting components in his vast arsenal, keeping it stored in the Batcave when not in use. Affectionately dubbed the "Keaton-mobile" after Michael Keaton; the actor playing Batman/Bruce Wayne in the films at the time, the car's popularity with fans has established a strong following and easily ranks with the 1966 Batmobile as one of the most popular Batmobiles of all time.

Batman TV Series Batmobile

MMS371
2 Sheets
The 1966 Batmobile from the live action television show began life as a Ford concept car called the Lincoln Futura. The body of the Futura was fabricated by Ghia of Italy, whose artisans hammered the car's panels over logs and tree stumps carved as forms to create the sleek manta ray-like car. The extra-large bat-trunk in the Batmobile holds various crime-fighting equipment and has plenty of space to fit eight people comfortably. The windshield is bulletproof. And of course, the Batmobile is not without its helpful gadgets including the nose-mounted chain slicer, lasers, rockets, an on-board telephone, radar, dash monitor, on-board computer, and police beacon, among others.

War Machine

MMS323
3 Sheets
James Rhodes was a pilot in the U.S. Marines. He dons a modified version of the Iron Man armor given to him by Tony Stark and adopts the nickname War Machine. The War Machine armor is built for combat.

Iron Man

MMS322
3 Sheets
Wounded, captured and forced to build a weapon by his enemies, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark instead created an advanced suit of armor to save his life and escape captivity. Now with a new outlook on life, Tony uses his money and intelligence to make the world a safe, better place as Iron Man.

Captain America's Shield

MMS321
2 Sheets
Is the primary defensive and offensive piece of equipment used by the Marvel Comic's Superhero Captain America. He is seldom seen without it.

Mjolnir

MMS320
2 Sheets
Thor's Hammer is a fictional weapon that appears in publications from the Marvel Comics. It is the favored weapon of the superhero Thor.

Poe Dameron's X-wing Fighter

MMS269
2 Sheets
The T-70 X-wing starfighter is an updated incarnation of the classic T-65B X-wing starfighter manufactured for use by the New Republic Starfleet. More expensive and complex than the former T-65B, the T-70 featured advanced weaponry and proved more versatile than its predecessor, and was essential in both dogfights and capital-ship scale combat operations. Appropriated S-foils designs allowed a greater range of fire, while four KX12 laser cannons offered single, dual, and quad firing modes. A built in dual proton torpedo launcher with quick-change magazines permitted the utilization of alternative armaments.

First Order Snowspeeder

MMS268
2 Sheets
These speedy, versatile light utility vehicles are useful for a range of missions on the Starkiller Base and other frigid worlds. The First Order’s favored snowspeeder model is as simple as it is rugged: essentially a pair of seats, cargo platform, turbines and a deck-mounted repeating blaster.

Special Forces TIE Fighter

MMS267
2 Sheets
A two-seat strike fighter used by the First Order’s elite Special Forces pilots, the TIE/SF boasts weapons far more powerful than a standard TIE, combining laser cannons with a heavy turret and warhead launcher. Special Forces TIEs have hyperdrives, deflector shields and high-yield cells that provide additional power to onboard systems. These versatile attack ships are used for everything from reconnaissance to combat operations.

Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle

MMS266
2 Sheets
Kylo Ren's command shuttle was an Upsilon-class command shuttle utilized by Lord Kylo Ren, who was a member of the Knights of Ren and the First Order around thirty years after the Battle of Endor. The First Order’s top officers travel in Upsilon-class command shuttles that look like grim birds of prey. These ships’ massive wings are packed with defensive systems to protect their valuable passengers. The upper wings contain advanced sensor suites that scan for enemies, while the lower wings house efficient shield projectors and powerful jammers. Upon landing, the wings rise from flight mode and then retract, encasing the upper wings’ sensor arrays in thick armor.

AT-ST

MMS261
2 Sheets
While not as imposing as its larger AT-AT walker cousin, the AT-ST nonetheless served as a significant addition to the Imperial side of battlefields in the Galactic Civil War. The two-man craft is lightly armed with chin-mounted laser cannons, and side-mounted weapon pods. The two-legged transport, dubbed the scout walker by many, serves as a reconnaissance and patrol vehicle, often flanking approaching AT-ATs and mopping up infantry that sneaks past the larger walkers. The Imperials used AT-STs in both the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor.

Slave 1

MMS260
2 Sheets
The deadly Slave I was infamous for its association with Jango Fett, a bounty hunter in Mandalorian armor. Fett packed the craft with weapons, from laser cannons and projectile launchers to seismic charges. After Jango's death, Boba Fett refitted Slave I and made it his own. A generation after his father's death, the distinctive craft remained the last thing fugitives wanted to see on their scanners.