Heh. My sister bought these on
Ebay. She knew they were bootlegs. So she went out and bought them for
herself. Now JoAnn doesn't collect bootlegs. But along with the X-Files,
she likes the occasional Super Hero.
Here are Superman and Batman in
all their bootleg slendor. Obviously the figures are pretty bad looking.
The bootleggers who created these gems certainly weren't worried about
trying to pass these things off as the real deal.
I guess the bootleggers decided to use all the eyeball paint on Superman. And what the hell is that symbol on Batman's chest? Looks like one of those ink blot splotches that's used in those psychology tests.
Anybody wanna guess where these things were made? Here's a big clue planted right on these bendies @$$es.
I'm guessing that
these things were created sometime in the eighties. The figures stand
about six inches tall. I'm actually afraid to bend 'em cus I think the
wires inside the figures are probably just as cheap as the figure's