As wacky cases go, getting the Tumbler to protect your iPhone 5/5S is one of the smarter choices you’re going to make. It is shaped like the Tumbler that covers the phone, one of the wheels moves sideways to make way for the phone camera, plus it has the added touch of a bat signal […]
Made for golfing pleasure, this Tumbler Golf Cart started its life as a EZ-Go Golf Cart. Since the latter wouldn’t really be befitting of the dark knight, they stripped it down and rebuilt the golf cart into the tumbler shape from the frame. The tumbler has a top speed of 38mph, a brand new battery, […]
Now it’s easier to understand the lure of the superhero life, no wonder Batman won’t give it up. He might have other motivations for fighting crime, but the “workplace” doesn’t look half bad. The print is the work of artist Mimi Yoon and is available on Kult. via
Tired of sending out coal to naughty kids, Santa has decided to up his game. It’s expensive to fly around carrying bag loads of coal, and it just doesn’t work that well anyway. This Christmas, Santa is going to set things right with an ass-kicking. This time around, he is Santa “Batman” Claus. To play […]
Good beer, good heroes, good light, and it should probably work as a signal to drink more. Costs $86.
The great workhorse that it is, even the Play Station 2 must give up sometime. When it does, you just might recycle it into something to continue with its glorious past. Daniel Shankalonian was handed two busted PlayStation 2s, and he proceeded to transform them into a Batman Tumbler sculpture. It is 9.5 inches long, […]
Inspired by the ’60s TV show Batman, this Batmobile is built on a custom Lincoln chassis, and gets its powers from a 430 hp engine that works with a Monster TH350 automatic transmission. Batman wasn’t cool enough to give up the atomic batteries or turbines, so makers of this car mounted a propane cylinder in […]
Illustrations by Scott Wade put Batman and associated characters in the midst of action in medieval Japan. The series include Batman, Gordon and Mr. Freeze, all transported to be comfortable in the setting of feudal Japan. The style given the time period, is quite similar to the better known Japanese woodblock print gaming series by […]
The incessant rain must be brought to justice, and superheroes don’t quit their job because of falling water droplets. Also, children will be much happier wearing these rather than the usual fare. The Superman raincoat is priced at $42.45, and the Batman raincoat ranges between $36 to $50.
Don’t accept anything less than being a superhero on your way to bed. The cowl and cape might be a bit troublesome in bed, but this onesie is a small price to pay for all the kickass superhero dreams you are about to have. That’s the correct way to fight crime. Costs $31.