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.
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.
I’m pretty sure this is the first time that I’m going to describe Batman as cute, but what else can I say? This plush Batman is cute. There. Robin’s gained a bit of weight though. I’ll call him Double-Chin Robin.
Etsy seller frosti calls herself a “vessel of awesomeness”, and after looking at her apparel, I kind of agree. Here’s her R2-D2 hoodie:
Plus points for the R2-D2 head/hood. frosti’s selling it for $92 (USD), but before you hit the link, know that it’s only available in XL.
The LEGO series of video games has popularized a whole new side of the brickish culture by focusing on things that look like they’re made of LEGO but which really aren’t. There’s really only one way to counteract this sort of tomfoolery: actually doing those scenes, settings, and characters over in real Lego bricks.