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.
Some things are awesome together. Peanut butter and chocolate, cookies and milk, Picard and Riker, just to name a few. You know what else is awesome? Slamming the 1960s Batmobile together with a modern Tumbler. I am now in love with a car that I never knew existed before today.
Have you ever wondered if superheroes were real, what would they do when they weren’t keeping us safe? Tony Stark would chase women and spend money I presume, but what about the others? These LEGO figures by Angus MacLane give us a glimpse into superheroes and other pop culture figures relaxing on their day off.
If you haven’t seen the Bane Cat video that turned up on YouTube a while back, you missed something truly hilarious. The video has a fat kitty wearing a Bane mask from the Batman films, egging on the humans who are clearly beneath him.
These beautiful Batman coffee tables were made by artist Charles Lushear from Bohemian Workbench. Sadly, you can’t buy one since they’re not for sale. Well, I’m sure that Bruce Wayne could manage to buy off DC Comics’ lawyers, but sadly none of us are him.
The Tumbler golf cart that was commissioned by a Warner Bros. Studio employee can now be yours, as long as you have some Wayne Foundation cash to spend. Made in 2010 by Marc’s Creature Company, the golf cart has a 500A controller, a 6hp electric motor and is limited to a top speed of 36mph.
Now is your chance to live like the caped crusader on your next vacation. This Batman themed hotel room in Taiwan will let you relax and feel like Batman/Bruce Wayne. It is the ultimate getaway for Bat-fans.
Check out Batman’s new threads. Director Zach Snyder had said that his Batman in the upcoming Superman Vs. Batman would be based on Frank Miller’s classic The Dark Knight and this costume certainly looks Miller inspired.
Before he had all of his fancy toys, Batman had to start somewhere. His first self-defense tool was probably a set of brass knuckles like these. They slip over two fingers and makes your punches feel like they came from the fist of Iron Man.
Etsy seller Brian Reedy makes woodcut prints with geeky subjects, including Star Wars, Adventure Time as well as Marvel and DC characters. His work is not as detailed as Jed Henry and David Bull’s Ukiyo-e Heroes, but they still cast familiar characters in a new, er, old light.
Fans of the original 1966 Batman TV show with Adam West and Burt Ward will immediately recognize this version of the Batmobile, which recently surfaced on the LEGO Ideas (formerley Cuusoo) crowdsourcing website.
Funko just made their chibi-style collectibles a thousand times cuter with their upcoming collection of plush figurines called Fabrikations. The first batch will consist of six figurines, featuring Batman, Yoda, Boba Fett, Greedo, Deadpool and Harley Quinn.
On March 30, 1939, Bill Finger and Bob Kane introduced the world to the rich orphan that could: the Batman. Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment have prepared a year-long celebration for the Caped Crusader’s 75th birthday, most of which involves getting you to buy more stuff from them.