Are you a vigilante who needs to travel? Are you headed to Tokyo, Japan? Well, if you are Batman, you can leave Gotham for Tokyo and feel right at home in this Batcave apartment.
This Batcave is an apartment available for rent on Airbnb.
Instead of Robin, the Batmobile is the Dark Knight’s sidekick in the Arkham series finale. The degree to which it fits in the series’ gameplay is debatable, but what we can’t deny is that it looks cool.
There are plenty of Batman collectibles out there running the gamut from statues to action figures, but they are all rather smallish. If you want something life-size, check this out. This is a foam Batman statue that stands 6’2″ tall.
Sure you can get all kinds of cool gadgets to open your bottles. Some of them are even made by Wayne Industries. But when it comes right down to it, all you really need is a basic batarang and bottle opener in one.
Heath Ledger’s the Joker from The Dark Knight becomes the first live action movie villain to have a Nendoroid figure, single handedly tipping the toy line’s scale from cute to creepy.
This Joker is also two-faced: one face has a glaring expression and the other has a chilling smile.
Of all the Batman films that have been made over the years, the one some remember most is the 1989 Tim Burton directed flick with Michael Keaton as Batman. I’m more a Dark Knight man myself, but I do remember that Batmobile with the giant wings on the back from the 1989 flick.
LEGO pop artist Nathan Sawaya recently unveiled one of his latest creations: an 18ft. long Batmobile made of 500,000 LEGO pieces. It will be the centerpiece in his joint global exhibition with Warner Bros. and DC Comics called The Art of the Brick: DC Comics.
Cookies and Batman are two of my favorite things ever. Both are combined in this super neat Batman cookie cutter. The cool thing about this cookie cutter is that it comes with various pieces so you add a ton of detail and put all of the pieces together anyway you like.
All I know about the Russian culture I learned watching TV and movies. What that in-depth study tells me is that they all eat caviar, drink copious amounts of vodka, and wear hats with furry parts on the forehead.
Halloween will be here before you know it and that means that the stores are already crammed with decorations and costumes. If you are working on your creepy yard decoration plans, you might want to include this DC Joker Ground Breaker.
We’ve seen our share of geeky wedding cakes here at Technabob. Usually they stick to one of the couple’s favorite geek interests. Maybe two if they can’t decide. But what do you do if you love all of the things?
I have seen all the Batman movies back to the Tim Burton era, but I don’t ever remember his utility belt being brown. I always remember it being black, but perhaps I am remembering wrong. No matter what color it is this DC Comics official Dark Knight utility belt replica is awesome.
Normally, city slicker Batman wears a cowl that has pointy ears on it, but his country cousin Western Batman has a cowboy hat that has pointy ears on it. I love this alternative Batman character, it reminds me a lot of the Gunslinger from the Dark Tower series by Stephen King.
Marvel gets all the play when it comes to superhero movies so far (though that could soon change), but DC Comics has some cool superheroes too. Fans of these heroes can now get their hands on some ridiculously cute plush versions.
I like Batman well enough. I certainly watched the show in reruns during the summer growing up, and love the Christian Bale/Christopher Nolan franchise. Batman fans into DIY and making things with their hands might want to get some of these kits.