Why, yes Mr. Wayne, it does come in black.
The West Yorkshire police officers at the Bradford South Policing Division got a surprise visit from a local vigilante dressed like Batman.
Sledding can be tons of fun, but sled technology hasn't changed much in the last 50 years. The Snolo Stealth-X from New Zealand aims to change all that, with high-tech carbon fiber construction that might even tempt Batman into taking a few runs down the local sledding hill.
If there was ever a time to do a big-budget stop-motion Lego Batman movie, it's now. Right here's an enormous Batcave, built by two men. Standing shoulder to shoulder, as you'll see in the gallery below, their creation is wider than the both of them combined. Editor's Note: We'd like to give a shout out to this amazing tweet here, which immensely improves on our headline.
We're not going to even skirt around the fact that Bruce Wayne is rich enough to splurge on gadgets to become Batman by nightfall. That doesn't mean everybody can, too. Put frankly: you probably can't afford to fight crime in Gotham unless you're making major bank.
Batman has always been the gadget-lover's superhero. If you need a reminder to that end, here's his expansansive arsenal from Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and, though not comprehensively, The Dark Knight Rises.
Physics doesn't lie, kids. It's bad news for fans of the Dark Knight: four physics students have proven that while the construction of the bat cape would allow Batman to glide from tall buildings, unfortunately it would do little to slow his rapid descent and eventually drop him on the pavement like a ton of bricks.
Twitter recently changed it's logo from a blue bird to a slightly different blue bird. Or something. That doesn't really matter. You know what does? The dark, dark secret that Twitter's innocuous little bird is hiding. This is the reason it drinks all day, throws lavish parties and acts a fool. This is the reason our streets are safe at night.
As the summer movie blockbuster machine prepares to unleash the third and final installment of Chris Nolan's Batman trilogy, Nokia has stepped up with some slick tie-in smartphone swag.
If you've ever fantasized about getting it on while pretending to be a superhero, there are probably few places better for exploring the geeky side of lovemaking than this Batman themed room inside a so called 'love motel' in Kaohsiung City Taiwan.