Batman sightings on the Internet are a dime a dozen, but in the real world, you don’t see Batman very often – even if you go to Gotham City. Wouldn’t it be cool if you looked out the car window while you’re driving down the highway and saw The Dark Knight?
Etsy seller James aka NiqueGeek follows up his Assassin’s Creed branding iron with a Batman variant. The 3D printed steel accessory snaps onto a lighter and can create a permanent bat signal after being exposed to a flame for 60 to 90 seconds.
Being a child of the ’80s, I am a huge fan of the cheesy ’80s action flicks like Robocop. A LEGO geek going by Polywen has created an articulated Batman action figure out of LEGO bricks, but the blocky nature of the action figure makes me think of a mashup of Batman and Robocop.
Japanese toymaker Kitan Club made some of the creepiest keychains I’ve ever seen. It’s a set of figurines based on Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight. The set sees the villain in various poses, referencing different scenes from the movie.
Sometimes you have marketing campaigns that stink, like DC Comics recent “selfie” variant cover theme. Then other times they nail it, like with their latest idea. To celebrate the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game being released later this year, DC is letting the minifigs take over the covers.
To raise awareness about unhealthy eating, illustrator Alex Solis started Famous Chunkies. It’s a series of caricatures of superheroes, villains and other popular characters that illustrate what they would be like if they were fat.
I’d totally be down with becoming chunky Ryu if it meant I could conjure burgers.
Holy SDCC exclusive Batman! Is there any better way to celebrate 75 years of Batman, than with this LEGO Super Heroes: DC Comics San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile? I don’t think so.
UD Replicas has stepped their game up. Known for releasing pop culture-themed motorcycle suits and jackets, the company has teamed up with Warner Bros. to release a suit based on Bruce Wayne’s costume in the upcoming game Batman: Arkham Knight.
I have seen all the Batman movies that have hit theaters over the years. Most of them were cheesy, but Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series was fantastic. Batman had the coolest Batmobile ever with the Tumbler.
Look at this iceberg. Now step back. It looks like Batman, complete with pointy ears, a pointy nose, and a chiseled chin underneath the half Batmask we all know. It’s pretty cool that a chunk of ice naturally resembles The Dark Knight.
As beautiful as this Harley Quinn wallet is, I don’t think I would ever trust her with my sensitive info. I mean, if you store your credit cards in this thing, she’s gonna be buying “Mister J” all kinds of stuff on Amazon on your dime.
I am not a big fan of the selfie. In fact, I have never taken one of myself. I have some folks on my Facebook friends list that are prolific in their selfie taking; I tend to taunt them mercilessly for the act.