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Batman Toys For Toddlers
- Batman action figures have been produced since the 1940s. The character, whom has encompassed comic books, animated series, movies, and other media, has had more action figures produced in his likeness than nearly any other fictional character in existence.
- (toddler) a young child
- (Toddler) This can mean different things in different countries, but usually a child between 18-60 months (1 1/2 to 4 years).
- (toddler) A quite young human being, typically two to three years old, but can refer to any child that has started walking, up to about four years old, or at the time they have mastered walking; A traffic cone
- A young child who is just beginning to walk
My godson Jules is a lovely boy who lives in France with his parents Olly and Ninou. When I last visited them in May 2007, he gave me his Batman. I was very touched and put Batman on the kitchen shelf with my Nodding Freud, glow in the dark Santa Maria, Jesus on wheels and the kitten of much mystery. He seemed to fit in just fine.
I spoke with Ninou yesterday as Jules had left me a very cute but totally indecipherable voice message. Apparently he had woken up that morning saying 'I want my Batman back', and could clearly recall giving it to me. There was some discussion and they agreed that Jules could call me in English (no mean feat for a France-dwelling half French half Spanish half English toddler) and make his request. Jules is unperturbed by his multi-lingual-ness, but he did ask what the English for 'Batman' was.
How could I refuse? Batman is in the post, at this very moment winging his way back to France along with a big sticker of Parvati to cheer up Olly and Ninou's very tasteful flat. I will miss his quirky super hero antics, and the novelty characters say that they will miss him to, but there you go.
1966 Ideal Batman Batcave Carry Case #1
For all Batkids like myself in the 60's this toy was so cool even The Joker wanted it. It's a carry case of the Batcave and when you opened it.....see picture #2
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