Ank Creative makes miniature cars out of plastic. We’ve seen the DeLorean they made from a cigarette lighter, now here’s another movie-inspired ride. This time we’ve got a recreation of the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s Batman, carved from black plastic scrounged from a speaker cabinet and a few other bits and bobs.
You’ll need Bruce Wayne’s black card to afford this $100K+ Batman watch, but it does look awesome. Its tourbillon movement hides beneath louvers that look like a tiny Bat-Signal. A D-ring crown on the case back keeps its profile minimal. The pièce de résistance is the aluminum Bat-Signal which doubles as a watch display.
Minimaus Crafts is an expert at making sculptures from soda cans. Watch as he takes 15 cans, some popsicle sticks, straws, and a few other household items to make a miniature replica of the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman. His soda can Back to the Future DeLorean is pretty impressive too.
One of our favorite things about the ’60s Batman TV series was the celebrity cameos as the Dynamic Duo scaled a building with their grappling hook. Tommy Westphall’s Snowglobe compiled a reel of the 15 times a celeb popped out of the window. Is it just us, or does the second guy (George Cisar) sound like Peter Griffin?
“He’s ready to put the ‘goth’ back in ‘Gotham.” Screen Junkies takes on the literally darkest of the Dark Knight’s movies with an Honest Trailer for The Batman. Along the way, they critique Bruce Wayne’s detective skills, Riddler’s fashion choices, Colin Farrell’s looks, and the movie’s 2-hour 56-minute runtime.
Robert Pattinson’s take on Batman was pretty great. But in our hearts, the One True Batman will always be Adam West, whose colorful version of Gotham’s hero gave us classics like “Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb.” Thanks to the VFX wizards at Corridor, 1960s Batman is back, deepfaked into Matt Reeves’ The Batman.
Animator, LEGO, and Batman fan Idan Kotzen created this fantastic animated short celebrating some of the various Batmobiles over the years. The stop-motion and clever use of lighting give the cars a great sense of movement, as LEGO Batman gives chase to the evildoers of Gotham.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman is earning rave reviews for its portrayal of The Dark Knight as a proper detective while bringing the action and visual drama we’ve come to expect. But if you attempt to bootleg a copy of the film, you’re likely to end up with something more like this Bollywood Batman flick that PakMan Memes shared.
With every Batman reboot, we look forward to a new Batmobile. The Dark Knight’s ride in Matt Reeves’ The Batman is as mean as they come. Car Throttle got up close with one of the cars used on-screen. The extreme muscle car has an insanely wide body, a 700 hp turbo V8 engine, all-wheel drive, and is built like a freaking tank.
LEGO expands its series of pixelated portraits with this three-in-one kit that lets you create images of Batman, The Joker, or Harley Quinn from the same set. Combine two or three of the 4,167-piece sets to create larger wall art pieces by DC Comics artist Jim Lee.
The latest trailer for Matt Reeves’ Batman movie not only teases The Riddler’s evil agenda but the complex relationship between Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle as they blur the lines between crimefighting and vengeance. We’re looking forward to seeing what Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz bring to these iconic characters.
(PG-13: Language) James Campbell’s intense fan film imagines a cyberpunk 1980s version of Gotham City. As Penguin and Joker rule the streets, the only cure is a double whammy of angry vigilantes to put a beat-down on the baddies under the neon lights. But is Gotham big enough for these two dealers of justice?
A monochrome take on one of Batman’s baddest looks ever. Sculpted by Alterton Bizarre, this black-and-white polyresin statue stands 7.25″ tall and does a great job capturing the technical juggernaut looks of the armored Batsuit from Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. Limited to 5,000 pieces.
Matt Reeves kicks off a new era for Batman, with Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne and his vigilante detective alter ego. Paul Dano stars as Edward Nashton (Riddler), Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle (Catwoman), Andy Serkis as Alfred, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, and Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot (Penguin).
Artist Eduwoes shows off his unique ability to draw multiple portraits at the same time. It appears that he uses the center pen to doodle tiny versions of the characters in the shadows of Harley Quinn while controlling the outer pens to draw Joker and Batman. It’s also possible the time-lapse is concealing some fakery.
Was Tim Burton’s LEGO Batmobile too expensive or complex for you? Celebrate your love for the classic Batman TV show with this easy and wallet-friendly version of Batman and Robin’s 1966 ride. The 345-piece model includes LEGO stud launchers, a hinged trunk for storing ammo, and Batman and Joker Minifigures.
This limited-edition watch from Undone was created to celebrate 80 years of the Caped Crusader. It features a sandblasted titanium case, along with blue and green luminous elements including a glowing mini Bat-Dial. There’s also a more subtle and sophisticated Dark Knight edition available.
We always wondered what kind of cocktails Bruce Wayne and his guests were sipping at all those fancy parties. Now we know, thanks to Gotham City Cocktails, a book filled with adult beverages and tasty bar bites inspired by Batman, Joker, Poison Ivy, and other characters from the popular DC Comics series.
Director Zack Snyder is finally releasing the Justice League he wanted to make. This trailer sees Batman rallying his fellow metahumans after a premonition of a terrifying threat to Earth, and teases new footage, including more screen time for Cyborg, baddie Darkseid, and the return of Joker. Premieres on HBO Max 3.18.2021.
Hot Toys is showing off a 1/6th-scale toy based on one of Batman’s best vehicles. Inspired by the badass military motorcycle from The Dark Knight Rises, the collectible is a spot-on reproduction of the one seen on screen, with real rubber tires, detailed mechanicals and munitions, and working LED headlights. Measures over 23″ long.
Medicom presents one of the toughest takes on Batman, inspired by the armored bat-suit in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. It features an aging Bruce Wayne beneath the hood, ready to beat down the most violent Gotham City criminals. The 6.3″ tall figure includes three heads, interchangeable hands, and a cloth cape.
If you’ve got a theatrical Leko light and a metal pattern gobo lying around, you can project your own Bat-signal with ease. But if you don’t and you’re resourceful like NightHawkInLight, you can still build one, using a flashlight like the crazy-bright Imalent MS18, along with lenses and parts you can buy from eBay.
Dǒuyīn (TikTok in China) user Taogeceping posted this brief footage of an incredible sculpture of Joaquin Phoenix’s take on The Joker. Not only is the front of the bust incredibly realistic, but it also features a surprise when you walk around to its back. We’d love to know who the artist is so we can give credit where it’s due.
From his earliest comic book days to incarnations brought to life by Jack Nicholson, Heath Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Hamill, and Adam West, The Joker is one of the greatest supervillains in history. Warner Bros. interviewed filmmakers, authors, and actors to talk about what makes The Clown Prince of Crime tick.
LEGO is showing off an awesome set based on the flying Batwing from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman. The 2,363-piece advanced set measures 22″ wide and 20″ long once complete, and includes minifigs of Batman, The Joker, and the Boombox Goon. Now you just need a moon lamp to hang it in front of. Drops 11.1.2020.