Let your Batman fandom show even at this difficult time with the Batman Vs Bat-Laughs-Man Fashion Face Mask (actually, that should be The Batman Who Laughs, the so-called “Jokerized” version of Batman).
The global coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of stopping. We can do our part to slow the spread by staying out of the streets. But lets face it, sometime you have to step out and if you do, make sure you put on a mask.
Not all fans of Batman is a fan of Batgirl, but if you are, then you are in luck because, Hot Toys has released a new Batgirl 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure based on the video game Batman: Arkham Knight. If you ask me, it is definitely sleeker than Bat himself in the game, which was …
Since the 1980s, silver screen Batmobiles had been largely non-car like. They were designed from the ground up rides unlike where in the early days, Batmobiles appeared to be merely modified regular automobiles.
Is it just me or the Terry McGinnis’ Batman from the animated series Batman: Beyond looks super sleek? However, I can’t say the same for the version that appeared in the Batman Arkham Knight video game.
To be honest, I am fan of Batman not because of what he is. I mean, lets get real. He has no so-called superpower. All he has is his gadgets and you know, detective mind. The former is what attracts me.
Ever dream of cracking nuts like a superhero like, say, Batman? As it turns out, you can and you don’t even need to be the Bruce Wayne or Superman to do so. All you need is this: Kurt S. Adler 10-inch Batman Nutcracker or maybe if Superman is what floats your boat, the 10-inch Superman …
I am sure you recall the insanely accurate Batman Arkham Origins cosplay suit by Julian Checkley who went on to bag the Guinness World Records for “most functional gadgets on a cosplay suit.” Well, that wasn’t the last of it.
There are awesome things that words can described and then there are awesome things that they do not need narration of any kind. The 1887 Batman by art director Mohanad Hossam is a shiny example of the latter.
After it was spotted at Billund Airport LEGO Store last week, LEGO has finally make the LEGO 76139 1989 Batmobile official. Even though I knew it was coming, I was little surprised. I was surprised it actually came with a rotating display base, which is a nice touch.