It is unlikely that Batman will announce his presence on a mass transportation system such as a ship and surely, billionaire Bruce Wayne won’t either, but for fans of this fictional crimefighting cape superhero/brilliant detective, it will be perfectly fine to be cruising on a classic Batman themed big-ass ferry like the Italy-based Tirrenia ship’s Sharden. In a partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and obviously, DC Entertainment, Tirrenia has begun decorating the sides of DC superheroes-themed Tirrenia ships. Work started earlier this year when Tirrenia’s ship, Sharden, had its sides painted with the classic Batman graphics. Continue reading Tirrenia Launches DC Superheroes-themed Ships, Starting With Batman
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
You have tasted the fried chicken made from secret recipe and recognized the iconic Colonel Sanders. Now, you can read Colonel Sanders’ adventure in ink and mind you, this isn’t just some cheap cartoon literature aimed to hypnotize kids to mindlessly love the Finger Lickin’ Good chicken fried; this is a real deal superhero story starring the dear old Colonel who looks a little less benevolent than the statue placed outside KFC restaurants. The comic book, a collaboration with DC Comics entitled KFC: The Colonel Corps, is written by Antony Bedard and illustrated by Tom Derenick, tells of a story of the Anti-Colonel attacking the Multiverse and how the various Colonels from the multiverse band together to protect the future of fried chicken. Continue reading Colonel Sanderses Battle Anti-Colonel In New KFC Superhero Comic
Right now, it seems like Disney’s Marvel is an unstoppable juggernaut in entertainment. Having the silver screen and the tube covered, this arguable the largest superhero franchise also managed to capture the imagination of mobile gamers too. Marvel’s two major mobile games, Marvel Future Fight and Marvel Contest of Champions already had Marvel fans’ head over heels, with some spending crazy amount on in-app purchases. With so much money rolling, mobile game looks like an area too lucrative to ignore and Marvel’s biggest competitor, DC Comics, is not about to let the New York entertainment company have all the money. Continue reading Will Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition Do Justice To DC and Samsung?
Something really, really big is heading to The Art of the Brick: DC Comics exhibition in Sydney, Australia and that ‘something’ is Nathan Sawaya’s interpretation of the world most famous caped crime fighter’s Batmobile as designed by Jim Lee during a Comic-Con International Panel at SDCC. It took the LEGO maestro three months, including planning, to put together this 18-foot long crime-fighting vehicle that is composed of no less than half a million bricks. Continue reading The World’s Biggest LEGO Batmobile Measures an Incredible 18 Feet Long
the Man of Steel hype might have subsided, but that’s only for the rest of world, while fans of this big screen rendition of the comic superhero can continue to celebrate the “brief-less” Man of Steel with this rad Man of Steel Leather Suit serves up by UD Replicas. first previewed at the San Diego Comic-Con in July, the UD Replicas Man of Steel Leather Costume comprises of three parts: the leather jacket, pants, and boots and are available for pre-order from now till December 14, 2013 for a costume-princely sum of $1,325, or you can purchase them separately with the boots going for $229 a pair, $398 for the pants, and a cool $698 for the jacket. unfortunately, this sales is only open to U.S. and Canada residents only. Continue reading UD Replicas Man of Steel Leather Suit
there’s no reason why Batman would want to expose his secret identity and therefore, mr. billionaire Wayne would probably not want to carry anything that would point to him as the cape crusader. however, as fan, you are free to own awesome stuff like this Montegrappa Batman Collection Limited Edition Box Set to show your love for the masked hero. and did i mention that Batman is totally frictional and there won’t be any risk of you being assaulted for being a loyal follower? so you are safe. Montegrappa has went into an agreement with Warner Bros. last year, allowing the Italy’s oldest maker of fine writing implements to develop collections inspired by DC Comics characters. Continue reading Montegrappa Batman Collection Limited Edition Box Set
even if Superman did have a four-wheeled ride, it wouldn’t be a regular sedan but for the rest of the mortals (or in this instant, earthlings), the Superman KIA Optima Hybrid Sedan, should be enough to show your undying love for the Man of Steel. unveiled at the recent 2013 Chicago Auto Show, this superhero-inspired ride is the sixth of the eight Justice League themed vehicles turned out by collaboration between the Korean automaker and the comic book company. unlike its superhero counterpart, this Superman KIA Optima Hybrid does not wield any unworldly power and its innards, specifically the drivetrain, remains pretty much untouched. Continue reading Superman KIA Optima Hybrid Sedan
Batmobile: The Complete History | US$24.50 | www.insighteditions.com
besides the Dark Knight himself, the one other thing that captures our imagination would be his ride. the ride isn’t the batpod or the Lamborghini that billionaire Bruce Wayne drives around Gotham City, it is the Batmobile. made even more famous in recent years by Christopher Nolan’s rendition of the cape crusader. though Nolan’s movie did not explicitly called it Batmobile but we all know what it is. anyway, here’s a book that any Batman or Batmobile fans shouldn’t miss: Batmobile: The Complete History (ISBN 1-6088-7103-7, Insight Editions). Continue reading Batmobile: The Complete History
The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy | US$24.00 | www.abramsbooks.com
now that you have watched The Dark Knight Rises, think it is time to know what makes the trilogy ticks by going behind-the-scenes. until Christopher Nolan decides to release a video on that, the only way that will be able to go behind-the-scenes is to read The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy (ISBN 1-4197-0369-2, Abrams Books), authored by Jody Duncan Jesser and Janine Pourroy. this 304-page book contain the complete behind-the-scenes story of all the three films, detailing the creative process behind them based on in-depth interviews with Nolan himself and all the films’ key cast and crew and furnished with 300 illustrations, including lavish art and never-before-seen photography. hmmm, sounds like a good coffee table book for your replica Batcave’s chill out lounge, perhaps? The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy can be yours for $24 each.