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  1. Watch This Trailer for the Batmobile’s Badass Battle Mode as Consolation for Arkham Knight’s Delay

    Different Bat-time, same awesome Batmobile.

    Hey, here are some of the cool new toys you'll get to play with in Batman: Arkham Knight! *Cough* Oh, and the game is getting pushed back to 2015. *Cough* That's pretty much the gist of this trailer, but just look at all of the whoop-ass you and the Batmobile will be able to unload when it finally does come out.

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  2. See the Batmobile in Bataction in the new Arkham Knight Gameplay Trailer

    Batfact: adding "Bat" before things denotes their relation to Batman.

    Batman vs. Superman isn't the only bat-thing to get excited about right now. Arkham Knight is coming this year (in October, if rumors are to be believed), and it's got its own badass-looking Batmobile and Batsuit that you can see in action in this new gameplay trailer.

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  3. Bam! Zack Snyder Reveals The Full Batman Costume & Batmobile For Man of Steel 2 And They Look Pretty Rad

    I Am The Night

    Continue on for the full reveal of what may or may not be Ben Affleck in his Batman costume. 

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  4. Get Your First Glimpse at Batman vs. Superman’s Batmobile

    Oh, you wouldn't be interested in that...

    Zack Snyder just got our atomic batteries to power with the first image of the Batmobile from Batman vs. Superman.

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  5. How Rocksteady Built Their Own Batmobile for Batman: Arkham Knight

    Sometimes you feel like a Batman; sometimes you don't—and those times must be eliminated.

    How do you build your own Batmobile when you don't have Bruce Wayne or Morgan Freeman around to take care of the details for you? That was the difficult task that Rocksteady had to take on without any billionaire playboy resources while creating Arkham Knight, and so far, it looks like they nailed it.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Mouse of Steel

    Things We Saw Today

    Bobby Timony mixes Mighty Mouse, Man of Steel, and superhero fashion etiquette into one illustration.

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  7. You Won’t Need Bruce Wayne’s Fortune To Make This Little Girl’s Batmobile

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

    Instructables user Cinnamontwisties has a comic book themed room in her house so when it was time for her 16-month-old daughter to get a play car, she knew it had to be a Batmobile. Instead of buying a licensed car that would probably cost quite a bit of money, she created her own for $20. Check out how it was done and see the adorable superhero in training after the jump.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Hit The Green With This Batmobile Golf Cart

    Things We Saw Today

    Who needs skill when you can rely on intimidating your friends with your badass golf cart? (via Reddit.)

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  9. A Brief History of the Batmobile

    The Batmobile is perhaps the most iconic car in the world of superheroes, and since its inception, it's continued to evolve and incorporate the most cutting edge non-existent technologies. As part of our ongoing sponsored content series with Lincoln, we take a look at the history of this impossible awesome ride, both in fiction and out. When it comes to ridiculously awesome fictional cars with an absurd amount of insanely cool features, one needs to look no further than the Batmobile. Although it's existed in a number of incarnations over the years, it's an invariably righteous and sexy means of conveyance, driven by everyone's favorite superhero-who-is-super-by-virtue-of-being-super-rich-and-knowing-how-to-beat-the-ever-living-crap-out-of-thugs, Batman. To get a feel for the history of this awesome ride, let's take a look at three of its most noteworthy variations that were actually built. Holy seatbelts Batman! Buckle up for a wild ride.

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  10. Fans Gather To See ALL THE BATMOBILES! [VIDEO]

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    The five unique Batmobiles from live-action Batman history were recently brought together for the first time. Warner Bros. got them together at Bob's Big Boy in Burbank, California to film some special features for the forthcoming The Dark Knight Rises DVD. According to Crave Online, "Vehicles in attendance included the Adam West Batmobile (TV series and Batman: The Movie- 1966), Michael Keaton's ride (Batman- 1989 and Batman Returns- 1992), Val Kilmer's car (Batman Forever- 1995), George Clooney's single-seat Batmobile (Batman and Robin- 1997), and Christian Bale's 'Tumbler' (Batman Begins- 2005, The Dark Knight- 2008, and The Dark Knight Rises- 2012)." And they were all the originals except the 1966, which was a replica. Now if only we could bring the Batman: The Animated Series Batmobile into the real world... (via Crave Online)

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