= Completed Series
Legends of Batman Series 1 ( 21 images) - Released: 1994
- In 1994, toy shelves had their fill of animated-style Batman figures and perhaps a few Batman Returns figures still lingering about. What was perhaps most in need of an outlet was a comic book based line, and fans got just that with Kenner's Legends of Batman. This collection carried an Elseworlds theme, featuring detailed and imaginative designs such as the technological Future Batman and a medieval Crusader Robin among many others. With this also came several up-to-date looks including KnightsEnd Batman, Catwoman, and Nightwing, all surprisingly done without the use of repainted figure sculpts. Perfectly compatible with the Superman: Man of Steel collection of the time, some figures were also showcased in 2-packs alongside the primary-colored hero.
Legends of Batman Series 2 ( 23 images) - Released: 1995
- The LEGENDS OF BATMANŽ have always existed and always will, throughout history and into the future. Inspired by the timeless DC comics, the Legends of Batman action figure collection features the dark super hero as he's never been seen before - stronger and more muscular-battling crime throughout time.
Legends of Batman Series 3 ( 5 images) - Released: 1996
- This was the third and final Basic Series for Legends of Batman
Legends of Batman Series Deluxe Figures ( 0 images) - Released: 1995
- Desert Knight Batman,
Silver Knight Batman,
Energy Surge Batman
Legends of Batman Series Two-Packs ( 13 images) - Released: 1996
- Only a couple were released to coincide with Legends Series 3 in 1996
Legends of Batman Vehicles ( 13 images) - Released: 1996
- This included a few various vehicle box sets and one carded item.
Legends of Batman: Special Legends Edition (1995) ( 5 images) - Released: 1995
- Reddish carding, figures exclusive to Warner Bros. Stores. Knightsend Batman,
Long Bow Batman,
Legends of Batman: Special Legends Edition (1997) ( 7 images) - Released: 1997
- Series was repackaged and alternate painted versions of Legends of Batman figures. Series was exclusive to Warner Bros. Stores