You won't see it on the big screen anytime soon, but when you take into account the fact one man built this unique vehicle on his own, it becomes impressive in its own way.
One viewing of "Love & Other Drugs" might make one question whether Anne Hathaway has the necessary badittude to pull off Catwoman in the upcoming Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises." This first image of her riding a Batpod offers a little reassurance.
Three camouflaged copies of the latest version of the "Tumbler" — the Batmobile from the past two Batman movies — were being driven this weekend around Pittsburgh for filming of the third installment, "The Dark Knight Rises." The best part? There's video. Lots of it.
Exhausted after years of attempting to fight crime and corruption through extralegal means, Batman's running for City Council in Tulsa, Okla. It's an unlikely journey for Mike Batman, who went from Syrian immigrant to dishwasher to car salesman to, hopefully, elected official.
In his prolific design career, Giorgetto Giugiaro never made vehicles for either Star Wars or Batman, but his Aztec concept from 1988 could have featured in both. Isolated from the cockpit by a wall, there is nobody to hear the screams of one’s passenger when the Aztec’s rally-derived mechanics—a five-cylinder, 200 hp…
A 31-year-old man dressed as the comic book character Batman was arrested Wednesday in the city of Petoskey, MI after he was seen hanging from the wall of a downtown business on East Mitchell Street.
By day, Tim Neil oversees software development tools for Research In Motion, the company behind the Blackberry. By night, he transforms into a guy building a Tim Burton-era Batmobile that he'll be able to control via Blackberry.
Always wanted to own the car Batman drives on the big screen? If your Batmobile preference is the Batman Returns vintage and you have several hundred thousand dollars to play with, you too could patrol Gotham in style.
Of all comic book fantasy vehicles, the Batmobile claims a special place among fans and car geeks alike, but few realize just how many variations there have been over the last 70 years. Here's every Batmobile ever drawn or built.
Although custom vans are just a bad memory in America, they are still hugely popular in Japan. The Batvan is the result of one van owner's decision to mix a serious love of Batman with Japan's extreme custom van culture.
Every Halloween the streets fill with tiny Supermen, Batmen, Green Lanterns (not many Aquamen). There are some superheroes you must avoid. Can they fight bad guys? They can't even drive to where the bad guys are.
Universal Designs just unveiled their Iron Man motorcycle leathers. But it's not the first time they've gone the superhero-aping route, they've also made a protective suit to look like Batman. Kinda cool, but mostly incredibly dorky.
I've always seen Bruce Wayne as this guy who thinks he's hiding the world's deepest secret, but really, a penchant for muscle tees, bruises, bats and the color black blew his cover with the fine citizens of Gotham long ago.
This gentleman's just out for a leisurely drive in his Batmobile enjoying the sunshine with a fake Robin in the passenger seat. Nothing wrong here. And by nothing we mean everything, including the car it's based on below.