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Justice League RC Batmobile Spews Real Exhaust, Offers FPV Driving

What you see here is a RC Batmobile from toy maker Mattel. So what’s with this RC toy that gets us so stoked? Well, first and foremost, it is an exact replica of the Batmobile that will appear in the upcoming DC Comics’ Justice League movie. As you can see, Bruce’s crimefighting automobile gets some serious boost in firepower with an over the top look for good measure. Hey, we are not complaining cos’ it’s Batfleck. But being a replica of the movie’s car is just half of the story. The other half being, it has a real exhaust that, you know, spews out white smoke (harmless smoke, Mattel assures) and a dashcam of sort so you can drive this badass ride with your smartphone as what Batman would sees. Continue reading Justice League RC Batmobile Spews Real Exhaust, Offers FPV Driving

1/6th Scale Robotic Batman In Off-White Is Kind Of Steampunk-ish

The world as it is, is facing a shit load of threats. Socially, the general population is frowning upon the prospect of robots taking over their livelihood and if that’s true, could this real-world fate apply to the world of comic? You know, such as for example, superheroes being replaced by robots? Well, that’s exactly the topic picked up by collectible figure maker ThreeAA, entitled Steel Age. Following the first robo-Batman, which apparently has yet to be shipped, is another cape crusader, dubbed Arctic Batman. Arctic Batman, as the name implies, is a robotic Batman armed for arctic operations and hence the off-white getup that feels rather steampunk-ish. Continue reading 1/6th Scale Robotic Batman In Off-White Is Kind Of Steampunk-ish

The Ultimate Batmobile Set’s Batmobile Is A Strange-looking 4-in-1 Vehicle

You probably already saw (or even bought) movie tie-in LEGO sets from The LEGO Batman Movie and you are probably wondering where the hell is the protagonist’s Ultimate Batmobile… well, the answer is, it is coming soon! So I guess it is a ‘yay!’? Maybe? Anyways, according to Market Watch, The Ultimate Batmobile Set is due to hit the shelves this June 1, priced at $129.99. As you can see in the images, the set features the caped crime fighter’s automobile that looks more like a mad scientist’s contraption – complete with oddly colored yellow-tinted cockpit canopies. Continue reading The Ultimate Batmobile Set’s Batmobile Is A Strange-looking 4-in-1 Vehicle

This Is The Bat Creature That Supposed To Appear In Batman V Superman

One of the most memorable scene from Batman v Superman would be that of Bruce Wayne’s nightmare. I guess the decryption processing was so freaking darn slow that not only did the Bat fell asleep (I have no idea that he even sleep at all) but also induced a nightmare. If you think that the dystopia Mad Max-like nightmare setting plus the fact that Batman kills made zero sense, then you will be thankful it wasn’t made worst by something totally out-of-this-world: a bat creature. Wait, what? A bat creature? Well, apparently, yes. According to Batman v Superman production designer Patrick Tatopoulos who have shared a concept art (on Instagram) of a hideous creature that supposed to be part of the Dark Knight’s nightmare. Continue reading This Is The Bat Creature That Supposed To Appear In Batman V Superman

Batman Meets Steampunk And Awesomeness Ensues

Considering how dark Batman’s comics, cartoons and movies are, I think it is only fitting that this world’s famous, fictional caped crime fighter receive his fair share of steampunk treatment and steampunk treatment it did get, courtesy of Olivier Xavier. Little is known about this awesome creation, but according to the man himself, this Victorian-age cape crusader’s ride was scratch built for his son’s fan film and that was it. No build details, no words on when the fan film will be out and if we will be able to catch it. Regardless, we have a feeling that it is going to be an awesome work of art too. I mean, seriously, a Victorian Batman? That’s clearly beyond awesome. Continue reading Batman Meets Steampunk And Awesomeness Ensues

The Last Why: JP Toys Exclusive Is A Clear Homage To Jared Leto’s Joker

Just when we thought the The Last Ride vinyl figure was ridiculously awesome, Fools take it up several notches with another even more awesome edition, called The Last Why: JP Toys Exclusive. This latest edition proves that colors can do wonder to the vinyl figure character. In this edition, Lowfool’s ‘Batman’ garb is splashed in the iconic Joker’s color, namely purple and bright green and peppered with graffiti, infusing an air of mischief to the figure and clearly, a homage to Jared Leto’s Joker in the big screen adaptation of DC Comics’ Suicide Squad. Continue reading The Last Why: JP Toys Exclusive Is A Clear Homage To Jared Leto’s Joker

Lowfool Dressed Up As Batman, Ponders Over A Tumbler Kiddie Ride

Can’t get enough of cutesy version of superheroes that are sometimes too sweet to handle? Well, if that’s the case, Fools’ Batman The Last Ride Vinyl Figure might just be right up your alley. Fools’ character, Lowfool is now garbed in classic Batman costume and bestowed with much exaggerated muscles with, if you must know, prominently protruding nipples, along with rather tiny legs like Mr. Incredible. Though his legs aren’t that tiny; they are more like squarish which adds to charm and not to mention, overall stability of the figure. Continue reading Lowfool Dressed Up As Batman, Ponders Over A Tumbler Kiddie Ride

Batpod From The Dark Knight Trilogy Is Set To Go Under The Hammer

If you are still in the process of cobbling together a real working The Dark Knight’s motorcycle AKA Batpod, well, we have news for you. You can put away your tools cos’ the real deal is going under the hammer. Which means, if you have piles of cash to burn, you may have shot at owning it and save yourself the agony of building one. The two-wheeler with ridiculously fat tires that seem almost inhumanly possible to steer you see pictured here was one of the six real working Batpod made for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy and was mainly driven by stunt rider Jean-Pierre Goy. So you can be assured that it is rideable, though its road-legality is questionable. Continue reading Batpod From The Dark Knight Trilogy Is Set To Go Under The Hammer

Batman Egg Cup Makes An Egg Looks Like Humpty Dumpty in Batman Costume

Breakfast, if you ever have time to enjoy it, is hardly consider fun for adults. Can you even imagine what it is like for kids? I am sure you can, but luckily, there’s a quite a few way to spice up your breakfast time, or that of your kids, and this DC Comics Batman Egg Cup and Toaster Cutter is one such way. If really think about it, egg cup is one of those things for Scrooge McDuckians who are of overly obsessed with table etiquette and hence, it is, in our humble opinion, totally optional. However, if you really have to have a receptacle to hold up an egg before shoving it down your throat, then this adorable egg cup should be right up your alley. Continue reading Batman Egg Cup Makes An Egg Looks Like Humpty Dumpty in Batman Costume

This Batman: Arkham Origins-inspired Cosplay Suit Has 23 Working Gadgets

I am sure most people are familiar with what cosplay is, but what you probably don’t know is, a well thought out and executed cosplay costume could land you with a recognition by the world leading international authority on cataloguing and verification of world records, Guinness World Records. Such is what happen to special creature effects expert Julian Checkley’s incredibly detailed Batman getup. What makes Julian’s Batman: Arkham Origins video game-inspired suit so unique is, it actually has 23 functioning gadgets which lands him with the world record for “most functional gadgets on a cosplay suit” (yep, it is a thing) in Guinness World Records 2017 Gamer’s Edition. Continue reading This Batman: Arkham Origins-inspired Cosplay Suit Has 23 Working Gadgets