So many people have had their hands in building real-life Batmobiles. From the crudest and the ‘practical’ to 89’ classic to modern examples like Ben Affleck’s Batmobile and the Tumbler from The Dark Knight. Recently, a New Orleans man joined this exclusive club of real-life Bruce Wayne with his very own Batmobile.
Remember our post on the “UCS-style” LEGO 1966 Batmobile? Well, it is official now. It will arrive this month, on the 26th. IMHO, it is a must-have for any Batmobile collector, whether or not if you are a fan of LEGO or not because, rotatable stand.
Hot Toys is revisiting Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy with these re-releases. Why? It sells, obviously. This is awesome news for folks who are late in the game in picking up high-quality collectibles from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy, or anyone who missed collecting them previously because of budget constraint. Wait. Scrap the …
Super fans of Batman, you will want to hear about this. There is going to be a new LEGO Batmobile coming your way. The best part is, it is not based on the modern day Batmobile; it is ride of choice of Adam West’s Cape Crusader, the 1966 Batmobile.
This is NOT a faithful replica of the Batmobile that appeared in Tim Burton 1989 Batman live-action movie. But it is one that you can own without having Bruce Wayne kind of wealth. However, at 22 feet long, it will not fit in a garage unless it is one like Jay Leno’s.
Fans of Batman, specifically Tim Burton’s, who have Bruce Wayne kind of wealth may want to check out this super limited Batman x Kross Studio 1989 Batmobile Desk Clock.
What were you doing when you were 23 years old? Clubbing. Going after girls? I bet it was anything but building a The Dark Knight’s Batmobile aka Tumbler. And building a Batmobile “Tumbler” is exactly what a 23 year-old student, Nguyen Dac Chung, from Vietnam’s Hanoi University of Architecture did.
Since a real Batmobile is out of reach, or not street legal, most fans of Batman would settle for scale models like I do. However, considering that there may be some wealthier Bat fans out there, perhaps a luxury scale model like the Limited Edition Swarovski Batmobile would be more appropriate.
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.
Something happened in Moscow that puts it out there that superhero has no place in the real world. Like for example. How is possible that the Batman could zip around town without the law catching with him? Oh, wait. Gotham needs him, but clearly, Moscow has need for the Dark Knight.