Height: 5 3/8ths inches
Non-Scalper Price: $7-$10 dollars
*Bendable figures are a strange beast as they traditionally tend to be novelty items or dollar store styled toys. While the likeness isn't perfect, this is not a bad likeness for a bendable figure. It may not specifically be Yvonne Craig but it's definitely the 1966 Batgirl. The body sculpt, particularly the work on the belt, isn't bad, either. It's a soft sculpt but it's instantly recognizable.
* My favorite thing about the figure is that NJ Croce seems to have mixed in glitter with the rubber to give Batgirl's outfit that shiny, shimmering look. It's really quite fantastic, particularly for a bendable toy. The paintwork isn't half bad, either, but that glitter bodysuit just makes this figure truly pop!
*Batgirl has a cape that's made from a bizarre material. I liked it on the Batman figure but I'm not so sure about it here. It's odd and I can't quite put my finger on what it reminds me of. It is purple on one side and yellow on the other, however, so that's nice. I just wish they'd used a more traditional fabric.
I've also reviewed Batman from this same series and a number of figures from Mattel's 1966 toyline:
Surf's Up Batman
I've also reviewed the following Batgirl items:
Ame-Comi Heroine Series by DC Collectibles
Batman Dorbz by Vinyl Sugar
Chara-Covers by Huckleberry
DC Comics Bombshells by DC Collectibles
DC Comics Cover Girls by DC Collectibles
DC Comics Designer Series: Greg Capullo by DC Collectibles
DC Super Friends Wheelies by Fisher Price
DC Superheroes Collection by Warner Brothers
DC Superheroes Mez-Itz by Mezco
DC Universe Mystery Minis by Funko
Headstrong Heroes by Monogram Masterworks
HeroClix- Batman Series by Wizkids/ NECA
HeroClix DC 10th Anniversary by Wizkids/ NECA
Kubricks Batman by Kubricks
Showcase Presents by DC Direct
Super Best Friends Forever by DC Collectibles