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Batman Is Here to Crack Nuts and Take Names

by Paul Strauss
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It’s generally accepted that Batman isn’t supposed to kill any of his foes, but instead just beat them up a bit and then apprehend them. Sure, some interpretations have been a bit fast and loose with the Dark Knight’s moral code, but I prefer to think of him as someone willing to dish out a good beatdown, but never a finishing move.

One obvious spot for Batman to use his strength to quickly take down a bad guy is on their nuts, and now you can too, thanks to this officially-licensed Batman nutcracker.

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The 10″ tall cast resin Batman sculpture comes from nutcracker specialists Kurt S. Adler, Inc., and features a sharp and severe look like he did in early 2000s Justice League animated series. The description says it’s lighted, but I’m not exactly sure what part of him lights up – maybe his eyes? Or maybe that’s a mistake. Who knows? We don’t have time for questions. We’re here to bust some heads and crack open some delicious hazelnuts!

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If you’re ready to crack some nuts like Bruce Wayne does, then head over to Amazon and order your Batman nutcracker today.



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