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 the rear for the afterburner effects.
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 artist Jed Henry.
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.
Batman would wear the crap out of this armor. The batsuit is awesome, but sometimes you just need a little change. Perhaps wear it for a costume party, maybe Halloween. If you’re Batman, you don’t really have a lot of costume choices, unless it’s a Batman costume. This Batman scalemaille suit of armor was originally built for a Batfan project called Legends: The Dark Knight. The handmade suit of armor includes everything from helmet to shoes, took 350 hours to complete and weighs 60lbs. It’s currently on sale for $9500.
The recent Batman movie trio of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises have been given a touch of Batman: The Animated Series in this set of posters by illustrator Michael Rogers. In the set, all three movies get posters inspired by the style and the theme of the animated series. Available as prints on the artist’s Etsy shop.
This image of Bruce Wayne is the sum total of all characters who have ever played Batman. Created by Reddit user morphinapg, the image includes the portrait of Ben Affleck, the latest actor to land the role of the caped crusader. We would now like to see a morph of all Batsuits ever, which we assume would not even look like a Batsuit, given the marked variations in color and style.
You have to love this superb Ying-Yang styled Batman vs. Superman poster. Made by Matt Ferguson, the poster is about the Man of Steel sequel, which should be on screens in 2015 and feature Batman and Superman.
Nobody can ever accuse Batman for a lack of style; that part comes with being a ninja, and being the freakin’ Batman. A hot rod is fun to drive every once in a while, so it kind of makes sense for
billionaire Bruce Wayne Batman have one to enjoy. Even if the wing on top of the car is going to suck, the concept renderings by Mark La Frenais is totally cool.
Twin blade Batman batarang knife isn’t a real help in fighting crimes, but a great tool to have in the utility belt. Costs $3.