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Peanut, aka BaneCat must go on a visit to the veterinarian, and as usual, he torments his human keepers. While in the waiting room, he makes a new ally to help him carry out his evil plans to destroy Gotham the living room.
Do you have a squeaky voice? Do you want to grab people’s attention as soon as you open your mouth? Try these! A skit from the new comedy show The Wil Wheaton Project. We’re going to wait for Morgan Freeman’s Sizzurp.
Broody McBrooderson er- Bruce Wayne joins forces with Superman and the Justice League to fight Brainiac and the Legion of Doom in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. The game will feature over 150 playable characters. More here.
Artist Charles Lushear of Bohemian Workbench created this awesome table in the likeness of the Bat’s iconic emblem. Sadly, the table isn’t available for sale, but you could always buy one of his giant NES controller tables instead.
Well, that didn’t take long. Within hours of Zack Snyder’s release of a single image from the set of Batman vs. Superman, the Internet got to work doing what it does best, turning Bat’s dark mood into a freshly-baked meme.
Zack Snyder lit the Internet on fire with a monochrome image of Ben Affleck dressed up as Batman, along with the stubby Batmobile that will appear in Batman vs. Superman. Brightened image by Redditor _DEAL_WITH_IT_.
The trailer for the upcoming TV series Gotham shows Ben McKenzie (The O.C., Southland) as a young Jim Gordon making his way through the dangerously corrupt city that gives rise to some of the greatest villains and vigilantes.
In this short film released to commemorate Batman’s 75th birthday, old man Bruce Wayne and Terry McGinnis fight against the Dark Knight’s past incarnations – Batmen from comics, cartoons and live action. Happy Birthday, Bats!
A retro-infused, sepiatone short film from Bruce Timm in which the Bat follows and subdues a mysterious giant en route to meet his nemesis Dr. Hugo Strange. We’d love to see a Batman feature film done in this style.
These official DC Comics cufflinks put a tiny version of the classic 1960s Batmobile on each of your wrists. Perfect for those times when you’re throwing parties dressed up as your billionaire alter ego. Packaged in a handsome Bat-box.
Bl00d Blitz put a Bane costume on his cat and appropriated the masked murderer’s lines from The Dark Knight Rises to expose the feline’s villainy. We’re amazed he was able to make such an evil creature wear a costume.
Pistol Shrimps revisits their popularseries of Batman integrated into movie scenes he never actually appeared in. And this time, Bane’s along for the ride. Also: an epic growl-off between Bats and Jack Nicholson.
The Arkham series finale pits Batman against a legion of super villains assembled by The Scarecrow. The best part? The awesome (and spiky) Batmobile which you can actually drive in the game. On PS4, Xbox One and PC late 2014.
If Bruce Wayne lived in the same universe as Skynet, you know he’d outlast us all. Obviously he’d try to take on the evil A.I. as well. That’s exactly the premise of this concept animated short film by Mitchell Hammond.
Critically-acclaimed graphic artist Francesco Francavilla imagined what it would be like if superheroes joined the Winter Olympics. It must be awesome to be so talented that you can make beautiful art like these just for fun.
If you’re like us, we didn’t really see any overlap between the cartoony Adam West Batman and Christian Bale’s Dark Knight, but leave it to the internet to put two and two together. Some days, you just can’t get rid of a bomb.
Orphaned through a random crime, Bruce appears to vent his anger by hurting other people. But he’s actually trying to acquit himself of his parents’ deaths, or die trying. Can he forget his past and learn to enjoy life?
Hot Toys’ 1:6 scale replica of Bruce Wayne’s armory. It has lots of weapons, accessories and remote-controlled lights. It also comes with a Batman action figure. It will also be bundled with Bruce Wayne and Alfred action figures.
Various levels of Joker’s Fun House created in LEGO. It has lots of moving parts and features minifigs of Batman, Robin and other heroes being attacked by Joker and other villains. Brickbaron made this award-winning diorama.
(NSFW: Language) The Dark Knight returns to desecrate classic Christmas movies, including It’s a Wonderful Life and Home Alone. You can watch the full episode where this skit appeared on Pistol Shrimps’ website.
BatDad finds out if the rules of the road apply to him, tries to seduce JEN! with a Pez and even takes off his mask in the latest compilation of Blake Wilson’s alter ego. BatKid has a bright future. A dark future?
(Gore) The short comic book Batman: The Deal is an impressive piece of philosophical fan fiction created by Gerardo Preciado and Daniel Bayliss. Once you’ve read it, check out the source of the lines they quoted at the end.
BatDad gets his mask cleaned, spies on his kids and finally breaks character in the fourth installment of Blake Wilson’s viral Vine videos. The unmasked family members are quickly becoming the highlight of his clips.
Ever dance with the devil in the pale moon light? The 1989 Tim Burton version of Batman had a dance routine to go with it, so why shouldn’t the Dark Knight continue to move his feet in 2013? In the words of the Joker: we got a live one here.
(SPOILERS) If you’re willing to lessen the novelty of Batman: Arkham Origins a bit in exchange for an in-depth preview, watch this 17-minute demo. It’s a good look at the overall story, basic gameplay and optional features.
Just like that, we have a Dad Knighttrilogy. Blake Wilson shows off the viral vigilante’s latest exploits in this compilation. He needs to step up his game though; his children are charming forces to be reckoned with.
(NSFW: Language) Superman proposes that he and Batman team up. Batman proposes that Clark shove his proposal up his butt. We hate to say it, but the idiot is right. Hands down the most hilarious of Pete Holmes’ Badman sketches yet.