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.
Yesterday, I showed you all a sweet Batman hat that had pointy ears and holes for the eyes so you can wear the hat like a mask. Ladies could wear that Batman hat if so inclined, but some might prefer a similar hat based on a female comic book superhero or supervillain; I’m not sure which Harley Quinn is.
Batman is known for quite a few things, namely his gadgets and his pointy-eared cowl that he wears to protect his billionaire alter ego. With winter months coming before long, it’s time to gear up for cold weather and Batman fans will want this hat to do just that.
There has been a bunch of Batman TV shows over the years in both cartoon and live-action form. Batman has also appeared a bunch of times on the big screen with my favorite being Christian Bale and his gruff-voiced depiction of the superhero.
I’m Bark Man! Where does he get those wonderful woods? Quick, to the birch cave! Okay, that’s enough wood jokes. This awesome Batman suit was made by french artist Christophe Guinet and it looks cool as hell.
Geeky Hooker loves to crochet amigurumi. Sometimes she sells them, but mostly she gives them away by dropping them off at various locations. She’s at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and she’s hiding eight of her creations for anyone to find.
One of my all time favorite Batman weapons is the Batarang. It’s a knife that looks like the bat symbol that returns to the thrower. I know all of Batman is make believe, but I always wondered how Batman kept from chopping off his fingers when it came back to him.
Artist Stefanos Anagnostopoulos made a replica of the Joker’s infamous face mask using a 3D printer. Stefanos’ grisly paint job pushes it to the stuff of nightmares. I think the absence of the Joker’s green hair also makes the mask scarier than its comic book counterpart.
Every office needs a guardian. A protector. You can be that hero thanks to this sweet Batman Classic Chair Cape. Make sure you spin around and give it lots of flourish.
This cape for your chair is 24-inches long, and includes an adjustable hook and loop belt that will fit most size chairs.
Every time I wear a tie, I think the person who invented it must have been some sort of bosshole who wanted a choking device attached to the neck of all employees just in case he needed to set an example.
I’m still not sure how I feel about a movie that has Superman and Batman fighting each other. They are both superheroes and I don’t think that Batman has much of a chance against Superman in a fight – after all, he’s just a man, and Superman is well, not.
Of all the superhero films that have been made over the years, one of my favorites is The Dark Knight. I loved the performance Heath Ledger turned in as Joker in the film. He took the character from earlier cartoonish portrayals into a truly creepy bad guy that was more compelling than the hero of the film.
A couple of years ago we checked out artist Andy Stattmiller’s Star Wars nesting dolls. He’s made more pop culture nesting dolls since then, the latest being this set based on the Batman TV series from the sixties.
Need a new pair of sunglasses so you can look cool at the beach this summer? Let two of your favorite heroes help. These Batman and Doctor Who custom sunglasses from Etsy seller ketchupize are perfect.
Fans of Batman will like this very cool and highly articulated Dark Knight action figure from Mezco and One:12 toys. It has a very retro feel too it and Batman has a seriously square jaw. It sort of reminds me of Ron Perlman as the Dark Knight if that ever happened.