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.
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.
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.
So you’ve got a couple of dead old video game consoles lying around. While you could just throw them in the trash, it’s better for you to recycle them. And what better than to turn your old game systems into Batman’s Tumbler?
Now I’m no expert on agriculture, but I didn’t know that Gotham had any farms left. Then again, the Scarecrow had to come from somewhere right? That helps to explain this kick-ass tractor that looks like it came from Wayne Industries, right alongside the Tumbler we all know and love.
The Gumball 3000 is an international rally for rich people who own exotic supercars. It’s a chance to show off and let their expensive toys roar. But this year’s race will feature one car that’s surely more exotic than even the newest Lambo.
Since I’ve spent the better part of the last 20 years developing and designing stuff on the Internet, I’m painfully familiar with having to clear my cache and refresh my browser window. In fact, the F5 key on my old Windows machine is worn down to a nub at this point.
This LEGO motorized Tumbler is so detailed that you might think it was made by Wayne Industries, but it was actually made by a guy named Sariel. The man should build for Batman himself – or at least change his name to Lucius.
With The Dark Knight Rises coming out next Spring, I’ve got Batman on the brain. So I was pretty stoked when I saw this cool creation over on Etsy. It’s Batman’s Tumbler Batmobile, made out of LEGO bricks.
Okay, it really wouldn’t help me score less than a 35 handicap, but this Batman golf cart would definitely cheer me up the next time I four-putt, or can’t hit past the ladies’ tee box. This his undeniably great Tumbler-inspired golf cart was recently spotted on the Warner Bros.
The Tumbler in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and The Dark Knight is arguably the most bad-ass version of the Batmobile ever. It’s a damn stealth tank is what it is. Now, thanks to auctioneer tully712, you can have your own Tumbler.
Do you still have a couple of cases of Super Mario Power-up! Energy Drink hiding in the back of your pantry? Here’s the perfect way to chug down the next glass of that sticky sweet gunk.
I found this hand-etched Mario 1UP Mushroom glass tumbler ($15 USD) over on Placidrain’s Etsy shop this morning.
If you believe that mixing the perfect cocktail is a science rather than an art, this just may be the perfect complement to your adult beverages. The Cocktail Chemistry set brings an unmatched geek form factor to the table… or rather, to the bar.
The scale shown above, unfortunately, is not part of the set.
I don’t know if any of you heard, but there’s an itty bitty low-budget movie about some sort of winged superhero that just hit theaters this week, and maybe at least a few of you managed to go and see it.