Lego 1989 Batmobile Review: Has its Problems, But Definitely Worth It

In the immortal words of one Batman, he only works in black, and sometimes very, very dark grey. The 1989 Batmobile generally sticks to that mantra (on the surface anyway), and that can make for some rather fiddly building work. But at the same time you wind up with a very faithful recreation of a car that hasn't really been seen since 1992's Batman Returns. Read More >>

The New 3,300-Piece Tim Burton Batmobile Might Be the Best Lego Model I’ve Ever Built

Ask any Star Wars collector and they’ll tell you that Lego’s £650, 7,500+ piece Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon set was an absolute showstopper and the pinnacle of plastic brick model making. Until last week I would have agreed, but then I spent the past weekend building Lego’s new 1989 Tim Burton Batmobile – and I truly believe it’s the best set the toymaker has ever released. Read More >>

There’s Another Lego Batmobile Coming, Based on the 1989 Movie

Would you believe that it's been 30 years since Tim Burton's rendition of Batman first hot the big screen? It has, and to celebrate Lego is releasing a brand new Lego Batmobile based on the one Michael Keaton drove around in his quest to take out the Joker. Read More >>

The New RC Lego Batmobile Is Your Puppy’s Worst Nightmare

When I was a kid I always wanted to electrify my Lego creations. I wanted my Lego planes to fly, and I wanted my Lego cars to drive. The latter is finally possible thanks to Lego’s new Power Up platform, a set of features that lets you add motors to Lego creations and control them with a smartphone app. One of the first sets is a drivable Batmobile, and boy, does my dog hate it. Read More >>

Making This Batmobile Suitcase Only Sized For Kids Was a Big Mistake

When buying luggage you shouldn’t choose based on what looks nicest, you should choose bags that are going to stand out on that airport baggage carousel. And when was the last time you saw a miniature Batmobile circling the carousel after a flight? It’s just too bad this suitcase is only designed for kids. Read More >>

Hot Toys’ Batman v Superman Line Will Include a Massive Batmobile, Too

There should be no surprises that Hot Toys will be turning their uncannily details eyes towards Batman v Superman ahead of its release next year. But the company have started lifting the lid on their plans for the movie, and said plans include a rather massive, and rather swanky, Batmobile toy to stuff the Dark Knight into. Read More >>

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Is the Star Wars Snowspeeder Wheelchair or Cute Pablo Escobar 2015’s Best Halloween Idea?

Whether you’re stuck for Halloween ideas, already have your costume sorted or really don’t give a shit about the weird tradition, you’re going to be impressed with what Jeremy Miller’s packing. The 8-year-old suffers from spina bifida and is therefore wheelchair-bound, and his Star Wars-loving dad’s done him proud. Read More >>

Got Half a Million Lego Bricks? Build Yourself a Life-Size Batmobile

You know that giant tub of Lego bricks in your basement you think is really impressive? Take a look at the vast collection of bricks that Lego artist Nathan Sawaya has to work with. He not only designs his own Batmobile models, he’s actually able to build them large enough to drive. Read More >>

How to Build a Real Batmobile

Ah, Batman. Personally, I can live without the thought of being beaten within an inch of my life every night, having the psychological trauma of being taunted by the world's scariest clown or the awkwardness of having the hired hand being your paid-up surrogate parent. But the Batmobile? Now, the Batmobile. That's something else. Read More >>

Here’s Our First Look at the New Batmobile, From Director Zack Snyder

Director Zach Snyder just posted the first image of the new Batmobile from the forthcoming superhero sequel, tentatively titled Batman Vs. Superman. Holy crap. Read More >>

You Have to Really Love Batman to Use This Absurd iPhone Tumbler Case

Most smartphone cases strive to provide as much protection for your device as possible without adding too much bulk or extra weight. But that's not the approach Bandai has taken with this monstrosity. Squarely targeted at die hard Batman fans, this case is a perfect replica of the Tumbler Batmobile featured in Christopher Nolan's films, but designed to protect your iPhone, not the Dark Knight. Read More >>

Mind-Blowing Lego Tumbler Looks as Detailed As the Real Batmobile

Legendary Lego builder Paweł "Sariel" Kmiec is back with a remote control Technic Tumbler that will have Dark Knight fans begging the company to turn it into a real set. If crime has become an issue in your minifig town, justice has arrived. Read More >>

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How They Actually Made Batman’s Awesome Tumbler From The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises special features footage continues to flow. After finding out how they made the amazing exploding American football field, now we find out how the Tumbler came to be. Seems it was a bunch of Brits that built it, too. Read More >>

A Three-Foot Model Of Tim Burton’s Batmobile Is a Great Way To Blow £400

Even the Tim Burton-era Batman films look a little campy compared to Christopher Nolan's take on the Dark Knight. But it's hard to argue that the Batmobile driven by Michael Keaton wasn't iconic, which makes this incredibly detailed model hard to pass up. Read More >>