Reliable hero vehicles have been a necessity to crime-fighters for years. Well, at least for the heroes who can’t fly. Here are the ten best superhero vehicles of all time.
When I think of the Kia Optima, the first things that come to mind are crime fighting, yellow neons, Batarangs, and the defense of Gotham.
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.
Nobody draws souped-up Euro tuners like Dániel Merényi, a Hungarian artist who builds titanium bikes in the Italian Alps by day and wreaks graphite mayhem by night.
I have a friend who believes that car brakes can "heal themselves," and so continues to drive long after that metal-on-metal grinding sound begins to indicate a state of decreased safety and increased repair costs.
Ever wondered what happens when a Transformer transforms with humans inside? This comic explains all. Let's just hope one of the occupants wasn't Megan Fox.
Huh. Guess this whole time we've been wrong about the term "Autoeroticism." Who knew?
Gilbert Shelton, Jalopnik hero and all round genius, is best known for comics like the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers and the album artwork for the Dead's Shakedown Street, but he also did a series of advanced driving tips. A welcome antithesis to the incredibly dry and fairly worthless tips buff books are wont to…