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In 1975, Mego released four 8" figures (Batman, Robin, Joker, and Riddler) on a fist fighting body with "Karate Kung Fu Action." Each figure has a button on its back to controls its arms.
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Pictured Above: U.S. Fist Fighting Batman (1975)

Fist fighters were sold in a window box in the U.S.

Pictured Above: Fist Fighting Batman in U.S. Window Box (1975)

 

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Pictured Above: U.S. Fist Fighting Robin (1975)

 

Pictured Above: U.S. Fist Fighting Joker (1975)

 

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Pictured Above: U.S. Fist Fighting Riddler (1975)

 

Pictured Above: MIB U.S. Fist Fighting Riddler

Palitoy U.K. Fist Fighters
Mego distributor Palitoy released four additional fist fighting figures (Superman, Spider-Man, Captain America, and Lizard) in the U.K. Fist fighters were sold on a card in the U.K. The button that controls the arms was tan in the U.S. and black in the U.K.

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Pictured Above: U.S. Tan Fist Fighter Button (Left) Next to U.K. Black Fist Fighter Button (Right)

 

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Pictured Above: U.K. Palitoy Fist Fighting Superman (1975)

 

Pictured Above: U.K. Palitoy Fist Fighting Spider-Man (1975)

Some U.K. fist fighters have stitched "vents" under their arms to allow for more movement.

Pictured Above: Fist Fighting Spider-Man Under Arm Vents

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Pictured Above: U.K. Palitoy Fist Fighting Lizard (1975)

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Pictured Above: Fist Fighting Lizard with Under Arm Vents

Lili Ledy "Peleadores" a.k.a. Fighters
In 1977, Lili Ledy released five fist fighting figures in Mexico (Iron Man, Falcon, Tarzan, Riddler, and Green Arrow). Although Joker ("Guason") appears in the catalog, no Lili Ledy Joker figures have been found so far. Similar to their U.S. counterparts, the Mexican fist fighters have plastic joints and a button on their back that controls their arms.

Pictured Above: 1977 Lili Ledy Toy Catalog (Page 49)

Pictured Above: 1977 Lili Ledy (Mexican) Fist Fighter "Flecha Verde" a.k.a. Green Arrow

Pictured Above: Lili Ledy (Mexico) Fist Fighting Green Arrow (Left) and Mego (U.S.A.) Type 1 Green Arrow (Right)

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Pictured Above: 1977 Lili Ledy (Mexican) Fist Fighter "Hombre de Hierro" a.k.a. Iron Man

Pictured Above: Lili Ledy (Mexico) Fist Fighting Iron Man (Left) and Mego (U.S.A.) Type 2 Iron Man (Right)

Pictured Above: 1977 Lili Ledy (Mexican) Fist Fighter "Acertijo" a.k.a. Riddler

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Pictured Above: Lili Ledy Fist Fighter Button (Left) and Mego Fist Fighter Button (Right)

Pictured Above: Lili Ledy (Mexico) Fist Fighting Riddler (Left) and Mego (U.S.A.) Fist Fighting Riddler (Right)

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Pictured Above: 1977 Lili Ledy (Mexican) Fist Fighter Tarzan

Pictured Above: Lili Ledy (Mexico) Fist Fighting Tarzan (Left) and Mego (U.S.A.) Type 2 Tarzan (Right)

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Pictured Above: Lili Ledy (Mexico) Fist Fighting Falcon

Pictured Above: Lili Ledy (Mexico) Fist Fighting Falcon (Left) and Mego (U.S.A.) Type 2 Falcon (Right)

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