Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet
Review by JoshB
Wonder Woman's Invisible jet is an icon amongst super hero vehicles. We've recently seen the Batmobile on CDX so it was time the Invisible Jet got it's due.
The Invisible Jet (or Invisible Plane) made its first appearance back in 1942. It's gone through several revisions over the years, but it is this incarnation as it appeared in the 1973 Super Friends cartoon.
Since I bought this toy secondhand, I do not have any packaging to show.
The Invisible Jet is 1/60 scale which comes in at about 12 inches long, with a 14 inch wingspan. The toy is made out of Transparent Aluminum, which is a new material out of San Francisco, which is not only light and durable, but completely see-through. It really is the perfect choice for a toy of this nature.
Gimmicks include an opening cockpit, movable wing flaps, and retractable landing gear.
Unfortunately, no wonder woman figure is included.
The Invisible Jet rests on the Invisible stand.
Here you can see the Invisible Jet next to toys of the Invisible Woman from the Fantastic Four, and the classic horror character, the Invisible Man.
It's next to impossible to find the Invisible Jet at retail (or anywhere else for that matter).
Clearly, no collection is complete without one.
|Posted 1 April, 2011 - 00:00 by JoshB|