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Originally to be announced next week at San Diego Comic-Con, this fantastic version of the Nolan films Batmobile has slipped out a bit early.

Slated for release in September, this 1,869 piece set  is 15″ long and 9″ wide will set you back $199 (about €150).

The Brothers Brick



After teasing everyone with a mostly obscured shot of the new Batmobile from his upcoming Batman vs Superman film, Zack Snyder delivered today with a better shot along with (what we assume is) a bonus Ben Affleck in costume.

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The LEGO CUUSOO site seems to simply your childhood fever dreams made real.

This set from Sam Gras is a perfect example. Straight out of the Batman ’66 TV series, it brings back memories of Saturday morning TV and falling in love with the Batmobile for the first time.

This simply needs to be in Christmas stockings this year.

Lego, Get On This Batman ’66 Batmobile Set IMMEDIATELY

LEGO builder Peer Kreuger created these wonderful remote controlled vehicles from The Dark Knight Rises.

You can vote for both The Bat and Tumbler to be made into official sets.

More pictures: Tumbly! The Bat



Remember the jet-engined replica Batmobile Karl posted about in July?

Well, it’s yours for $620,000.

1989 ‘Batmobile’ Up For Sale On eBay (NME)

(Thanks Kevin Whitty)


Motorhead Casey Putcsh and his self-built, street legal replica Batmobile. There have been others, but this is the only one powered by an actual jet turbine. From the official description:

The car is a replica of the vehicle from the classic 1989 Batman movie that was directed by Tim Burton starring Michael Keaton as Batman. It is registered and insured for the street and features a military spec Boeing turbine engine that was used in a drone helicopter by the Navy to drop torpedoes on enemy submarines. Putsch taught himself about turbine engines and successfully rebuilt this surplus engine by himself. The engine powers the rear wheels via a semi automatic transmission and is driven like any other conventional production car. The car’s engineering and construction is fully racing derived and can be considered the most extreme exotic car on the planet.

Needs a stealth mode though.

Gearhead Builds Turbine Powered Batmobile (Escapist)