Don’t let nothin’ hold you back, if the B.A.T. man can do it, so can you!

Ski-bi dibby dib yo da dub dub
Yo da dub dub
Ski-bi dibby dib yo da dub dub
Yo da dub dub
(I’m the B.A.T. man)
Ski-bi dibby dib yo da dub dub
Yo da dub dub
Ski-bi dibby dib yo da dub dub
Yo da dub dub

It has been a while since I got to add a new figure from the Classified series to my collection, but today is the day I can add my first B.A.T. figure.

I’m B.A.T.man!

This is one of my favorite Classified figures so far. It really closely resembles the original 3.75” figure and is just very, very cool looking.

I’m number 33.

As I mentioned before, this is one of the figures that I will be getting more than one of. Just because it’s such a cool looking figure really, no other reason than that honestly. The 1986 figure (called B.A.T.S.) was one of my favorites too. I still have my original one from a kid somewhere in a box. The attic is beginning to look like an attic instead of a building site. We’ve hit some issues along the way and now we can finally start building. I’m hoping to get to decorating by the end of the year, then I can display my figures and vehicles.

A.R.T.

The artwork is yet again really nice. This time around, it’s showing a battle damaged B.A.T. The shot-up head is also included with the figure, so you can switch the regular head out for this one.

G.U.T.S.

Looking up close at the figure, the chest part really does closely match the original figure. The 3D effect that was on the 3.75” figure has been replaced by 3D molds of tubing and transistors. There are 2 chest plates included – one prestine and one showing damage – to cover his inner workings, but frankly, I prefer them showing.

That’s it for now. I’m expecting a rather large delivery of new figures pretty soon. So I’ll be back soon. Until then…

Happy Collecting and YoJoe!

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