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.
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.
While we are anticipating the release of the Limited Edition 1989 Batmobile, LEGO surprises us with a LEGO UCS 1989 Batmobile. Yes. You heard that right. There’s going to be yet another UCS Batmobile! Woohoo. For the record, I am not a major Bat fan, but man, I can never resist picking up yet another […]
I am very sure this is just a pure coincidence. Shortly after I have watched a Batman parody where Bat was a heavy metal rocking, well, cape crusader, I saw this: a Batman Batmobile RAT2 Distortion Pedal. Never mind if you don’t see the connection between a heavy metal Batman and an electric guitar effect […]
March 2019 marks the 80th years of Batman. Yes, Bat is eight decades old! To mark this occasion, LEGO chipped in on the celebration by revealing no less than six sets of celebratory LEGO Batman sets during Batcave Friday (March 29, 2019). The six sets revealed include a massive 1,037-piece 76122 Batcave Clayface Invasion set, […]
If you are NOT a huge fan of Batman, but adore his rides, then this adorable LEGO 76112 App-controlled Batmobile may appeal to you. I am not totally sold, though because, it is a tad too cute for my liking. I mean, the look is OK, but TBH, I can’t look at it without conjuring […]
Remember Brent Waller? Well, the Australian LEGO enthusiast is back again, this time with a custom Batman set that will completely blow your mind. Waller’s latest creation is this massive, 6-foot (!) LEGO Batcave that comes complete with Wayne Manor sitting a top. Looking at it is like looking at a massive 3D cross-section blueprint […]