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Batman: Strange Days

Batman: Strange Days

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.

Classic Batmobile Cufflinks

Classic Batmobile Cufflinks

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.

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BaneCat

BaneCat

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.

Batman in Other Movies 3

Batman in Other Movies 3

Pistol Shrimps revisits their popular series 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.

World’s Greatest True Detective

World’s Greatest True Detective

YouTuber Josh Newman presents Batman and his friends and foes in the smoky and silhouette-heavy style of True Detective’s title sequence. He even anchored characters to the lyrics of Far From Any Road.

Batman Arkham Knight (Trailer)

Batman Arkham Knight (Trailer)

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.

Batman vs. The Terminator

Batman vs. The Terminator

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.

Winter Super Olympics

Winter Super Olympics

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.

Batman 1966 vs. Dark Knight Rises

Batman 1966 vs. Dark Knight Rises

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.

Batman without Bill Finger

Batman without Bill Finger

Ty Templeton imagines what Batman would be without the input of writer Bill Finger. For most of his life, artist Bob Kane claimed sole credit for inventing the Dark Knight, but evidence suggests otherwise. 2/8/14 marks Bill’s 100th birthday.

Bruce, Who Lives at Home

Bruce, Who Lives at Home

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?

The Dark Knight Batman Armory

The Dark Knight Batman Armory

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.

LEGO Joker’s Fun House

LEGO Joker’s Fun House

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.

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Batman in Classic Xmas Movies

Batman in Classic Xmas Movies

(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 5

BatDad 5

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?

Batman: The Deal

Batman: The Deal

(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 4

BatDad 4

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.

The Dark Knight Dances

The Dark Knight Dances

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.

Batman: A. O. (Gameplay)

Batman: A. O. (Gameplay)

(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.

BatDad 3

BatDad 3

Just like that, we have a Dad Knight trilogy. 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.

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Batman vs. Superman

Batman vs. Superman

(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.

Troy Baker Joker Monologue

Troy Baker Joker Monologue

Voice actor Troy Baker plays the Joker in Arkham Origins, but he’s also Bioshock’s Booker, The Last of Us’ Joel and FF XIII’s Snow – reads from Batman: The Killing Joke (script here). Skip to 2:10. Alan Moore is a mad genius.

Batman’s Driving Test

Batman’s Driving Test

A DMV officer gets for the ride of his life (and death). Animation Domination reminds us that Batman and his enemies are just different sides of the same coin. The same crazy and overly theatrical coin.

BatDad 2

BatDad 2

The Dad Knight returns. Blake Wilson – he even has the initials right! – aka BatDad posted another compilation of him fighting his kids’ bad habits and more. He even has his own version of Catwoman. Except his is just Cat.

Jay Leno Drives Batman’s Tumbler

Jay Leno Drives Batman’s Tumbler

Dave Ragan and Hobart Lundt of Warner Bros. dropped by Jay Leno’s Garage to showcase one of the Batmobiles made for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. They even let Leno drive it. It looks way better than it sounds though.

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