When I think of superheroes, I usually envision large, hulking men or women in tights, capable of taking down the most evil of supervillains. They usually don’t conjure up images of tiny, cuddly knits which are small enough for the cat to swallow.
R/C toys are fun. Whether it’s driving, flying or navigating the the waterways, it’s all good. It’s even cooler if you are capable of customizing your R/C craft. R/C hobbyist Chris Allen knows a thing or two about that, having built this awesome 70MM EDF JET powered Batwing from scratch.
Forget tiny little pocket knives. This Batarang Pocket Knife steps things up a notch. It’s the kind of pocket knife that Batman himself would carry. Well, it comes in several bright colors that would appall The Dark Knight and his design sensibilities, but otherwise these Batarang knives look pretty awesome.
So last week, we saw how awesome dads could be. First, there was the dad who built his daughter her very own backyard roller coaster. Then there was the dad who turned his kid’s toy car into a real one.
I am in awe of the sheer genius and laziness of this Batman mod. By giving a large Batman figure a single rod to hold in his hands, Batman is transformed from Guardian of Gotham to Master Presenter of T.P.
If you have a Bruce Wayne sized bank account, you may want to turn your man cave into a bat cave like this Dark Knight home theater. You see that bookcase on the left? It slides out to reveal a Tumbler behind it.
When true Batman fans decide to tie the knot, they don’t do it in half-measures. Check out these classy, stunning gold and black wedding ideas. If you want to have a classy Batman wedding, there are some good ideas here, collected by the guys over at When Geeks Wed.
Of all the gadgets and gizmos that Batman uses to fight crime, one of the ones I always thought was most interesting was his grappling hook gun that he can fire up onto ledges or the top of buildings to climb.
I can not wait until The Dark Knight Rises comes out. Batman Begins was amazing. The Dark Knight was completely insanely awesome. This new movie should be even better as Batman faces his ultimate foe, Bane.
How would you like to be a Gotham cop having to pull over Batman in his Batmobile and report this to Commissioner Gordon? That would suck. Well, that’s not exactly what happened here, but it probably still feels weird to pull over the Dark Knight.
This is the crossover that I had no idea that I wanted. Darth Vader and Batman. Inspired by Malmey Studios’ awesome Darth Knight costume that was going around last year, custom modeler John Harmon is responsible for this action figure mashup of Gotham’s guardian and the Dark Lord of the Sith.