Are you having one of those days? Nothing seems to be going right? Maybe you are down in the dumps. Well, the Internet is here to make it all better. What have we here? Yep. It’s Han Solo riding a unicorn.
There is something about the colors in the older comic books that today’s comics just don’t have. They were bright and vibrant and just jumped off the page in a way that today’s do not. Maybe it was the ink that they used.
One of the coolest things about Batman is all his gadgets. I particularly like the gadgets that he had to play with in the Dark Knight trilogy like the Batpod and Tumbler. Inspired by the Bat’s wonderful toys, a dad made a really cool Batpod for his kids.
You know how superfans are. These are the folks who want a lock of hair from their idol or a used Kleenex. It’s weird, I know. Overly-obsessed superhero superfans who are in this category will certainly want to buy some superhero poop from their favorite hero.
When your bromance knows no bounds and you spend your nights on rooftops, wearing tights, you should have a necklace that symbolizes your… special relationship. Something like this Batman and Robin BFF Necklace should do the trick.
Black Milk Clothing’s latest geeky collection features the Dark Knight and his enemies. You’ll see Bats, Joker, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn draped all over a variety of clothing. No Black Mask on Black Milk? I guess he’s not popular enough.
LEGO already has some really cool DC Comics sets, but we can never have too many. This “Assault on Wayne Manor” design by LEGO Cuusoo contributor DarthKy is definitely worthy. Bruce Wayne’s mansion has never looked so amazing (though his Batcave has.)
Victor Poulin makes all kinds of cool boomerangs. Even the glaive from Krull. He recently made this sweet Batman batarang, which works really nicely and comes back to the thrower. I just wish I could see the Joker get hit upside the head with this thing.
This ring is for a match made in Gotham. It is a Batman and Harley Quinn themed engagement ring designed by Daniel Maffett and made by Tom Sayers of Sayers Jewelers for Daniel’s fiancé. I’m surprised that Catwoman didn’t break into their building a steal it.
Prince Armory has been making stuff for cosplayers, armor and weapon collectors since 2007. They have all kinds of detailed custom armor creations. Their newest design looks like it comes straight from the pages of a DC Elseworlds comic book.
Bandai recently started a line of smartphone cases called Crazy Case, and they’re backing up their words with action. As you can see in Drool’d’s shot, the first Crazy Case is a Tumbler Batmobile toy car that happens to have a gap at the bottom big enough for an iPhone 5 or 5S to fit in.
Welcome to Mr. J’s carnival. You must be 1.5″ tall to ride. That’s because this is a LEGO diorama featuring the Clown Prince of Crime’s headquarters of sorts. Made by Paul “Brickbaron” Etherington, it contains lots of moving parts and depicts Batman and other characters in dire straits against Joker and other villains.
This video by PistolShrimps recasts Batman into scenes of classic Christmas movies. I admit I don’t recognize all of the movies in the clip, though I do see It’s A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol and A Christmas Story in there, so those are the big ones.
Unless you’re an invertebrate, you probably have a skeleton. But even though we all have these bony structures holding us together, we still find skeletons kind of creepy. French artist Chris Panda seems to have an obsession with skeletons, having created a series of illustrations which let us see the bones of cartoon, video game, and pop culture icons.
What is your favorite Batman movie? If you said Batman Returns you’re probably the only one who said that then check this out, You could own an actual working version of the Batmobile from the 1989 movie.
Etsy artist Danielle Ward makes dresses with colors and styles inspired by characters from comic books, as well as animé, sci-fi and other geeky media. Just like superheroes and their costumes, Danielle’s dresses lets you change your look.