This is my third review of the kits in the 1966 television series Batman. As I wrote in my reviews of the Batman and Robin kits this is my way of getting back into the hobby slowly as I lost everything in a house fire. I primered the pieces with flat white and used craft paint from Wal-Mary because of availability in my area. I was very impressed with the detail of this kit, as it looks just like Burgess Meredith, who played The Penguin in the series. I was also impressed that they took into account the weight of the umbrella, and had his right hand trapped inside the right arm halfs instead of just being glued together. The kit had the option of using either an open or closed umbrella, and had metal rods hidden inside the hand and umbrella to hold the weight. I chose the closed umbrella because I thought that an open umbrella would hide the later kits in my display in the future, but I do have the option of changing it at any time. But there were a few problems with this kit. I had to clamp the right hand halfs and the closed umbrella halfs together as they were warped. The biggest problem is the painting instructions are incomplete. There is no mention of the colors for his hands or the umbrella. I used the box art and decided to paint his hands white, and the umbrella black. I also had to use the box art to figure out how to paint the penguin figure on the base. But I'm spite of these problems this is a outstanding kit and is a great addition to the series. I'm looking forward to getting the rest of the kits in the future.