Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle have been dancing around their relationship for as long as I can remember. I think it’s about time that Batman got down on one knee and asked Catwoman for her hand in marriage.
It’s generally accepted that Batman isn’t supposed to kill any of his foes, but instead just beat them up a bit and then apprehend them. Sure, some interpretations have been a bit fast and loose with the Dark Knight’s moral code, but I prefer to think of him as someone willing to dish out a good beatdown, but never a finishing move.
Why did Batman sit on his watch? He wanted to be on time. (Ba-dum-bum.) Like most of the Joker’s jokes, there’s nothing funny about the seriously intricate Swiss-made timepieces from RJ: two DC Comics watches featuring Batman foes The Joker and Two-Face.
I think I just found my own personal bat-signal, because this awesome Batman serving tray will call me to the table every time. Forget projecting a huge bat signal in the sky. Fill my belly with snacks instead, and I’ll fight crime however you want.
Growing up, one of my favorite movies was Superman The Movie. Christopher Reeve will always be Superman to me, just as Roger Moore will always be 007. I’ve tried to watch the flick when it came on TV a few times, but I just can’t stand the blurry and crappy picture the movie has compared to films of today.
Grill like one of DC’s finest thanks to this Batman BBQ Tool Set. Because in your world, Commissioner Gordon doesn’t lure you to Gotham with the Bat Signal, you lure him to the Batcave with some perfectly grilled burgers.
Justice League hits theaters this Friday, and while it sounds like it’s far from perfect, early reviews are that it’s a step in the right direction for the dark and dreary Snyder-verse take on DC Comics’ superheroes.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s wild comic book series Dark Nights: Metal is a merchandise machine. But even with its squad of evil Justice League Batmen, DC Collectibles is starting with the Dark Knight as his normal ass-kicking self.
Sideshow Collectibles recently unveiled a statue based on the gun-toting member of the Bat family, Kate Kane aka Batwoman. The stunning Premium Figure is depicted standing regally over the ruins of her Gotham apartment.
The 22.5″-tall statue is holding a Batarang, but for an extra $10 (USD) you can get an extra pair of hands that are armed with pistols.
If you have ever wanted to rock out on a custom Batman guitar, you can try your hand at making one like this. Imgur user DarrynStead has provided an overview of the process. You just need the skill (or Lucius Fox) to actually build it for you.
Ant Lucia’s pin-up style take on DC Comics’ heroines has expanded from statues, comic books and now a clothing line. Hot Topic’s officially licensed DC Comics Bombshells Collection features casual takes on the some of the sexy ’40s and ’50s costumes, including Batwoman’s baseball dress and Harley Quinn’s aviator jacket.
LEGO fans – and LEGO itself – love to create dioramas of Batman’s headquarters. But Flickr user Dayton aka Forgotten Days turned his attention to the villainous hive that is the Arkham Asylum.
Dayton says he’s wanted to build the infamous hospital for years.
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.
SDCC has a ton of exclusives this year and the latest one from LEGO has been revealed. This one is a unique collectible that collectors will go crazy for. The LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Action Comics #1 Superman set, which recreates the Superman issue that started it all.
Get some comic looks thanks to your comic books. These sunglasses are inspired by the heroes and villains of DC Comics. Sunglasses are a good way to become a superhero or villain while still maintaining a secret identity.