Etsy shop Haute Mess makes Grillin Villains, a line of handmade aprons that are based on the costumes of famous supervillains. Haute Mess gleefully proclaims, “If you gotta cook and clean why not look evil doing so?!”
UD Replicas is known for its geeky leather motorcycle suits, with Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy being the company’s favorite source of inspiration. Aside from a series of suits and a utility belt, the company is also offering an officially licensed replica of Batman’s backpack.
Illinois State University must be like a prison. Why do I say that? Because Illinois State University junior Anthony LaGiglia carved this impressive batman snow sculpture with only a plastic knife from the dining area. I imagine that he secreted away the knife and fashioned into a shiv in his cell.
Pretend like you’re Gotham’s reckoning – whatever the hell that means – without the discomfort or drunk Sean Connery voice that goes along with it with this awesome crocheted Bane mask made by Etsy crafter Rose Pope.
Check out this Batmobile monster truck. It chases and then crushes any villain’s vehicle in it’s path. All I can say is I’m glad that Christopher Nolan was in control of the recent Batman movies. Otherwise we could have ended up with this ridiculous beast in one of those movies.
If you’ve ever read any of the Elseworlds trade paperbacks from the DC Universe, then you have seen your favorite heroes in “What if” scenarios – like Superman being a hero in Gotham while Batman is in Metropolis, or Batman in the Civil War – that sort of thing.
Redditor morphinapg used a freeware program called Sqirlz Morph to mash together the faces of actors who have played Batman and make this composite image. The features of the man below is an even blend of Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney and Christian Bale.
While most of us have converted to reading digital formats instead of traditional paper books, many of us still have a collection of reading material that deserves to be preserved in physical form – like classic comics, anime or art books.
Let me start by saying that this Batman chess set will set you back $795(USD). That’s a lot of money in this economy – especially during the Christmas season. It’s amazing just to behold, let alone play with.
If you’re a comic book geek or love Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight movies, get your wallet out. A company called Infothink has created a new Batman flash drive based on The Dark Knight Rises, and it looks pretty cool.
This LEGO motorized Tumbler is so detailed that you might think it was made by Wayne Industries, but it was actually made by a guy named Sariel. The man should build for Batman himself – or at least change his name to Lucius.
You find the strangest stuff over on Etsy sometimes. Like this mask which envisions a hybrid between Batman and Bane. The artist who made it likes to call it “Batbane.” I just like to call it straight-up weird.