That suspension is insane
The Tumbler from Christopher Nolan's Batman movies is arguably the most intimidating on-film iteration of the Dark Knight's ride yet. That said, it didn't exactly strike fear into the Joker or Bane any time it made an appearance.
This or the Tumbler?
There are three main reasons we're hyped to see The Batman when it hits theaters (or streaming services, if the health situation takes another turn for the worse) next year.One is that it's been quite a while since we'
Let’s put a smile on that face
Yes, the Tumbler kind of broke tradition when it came out in 2005's Batman Begins. It was, after all, more of a tank than anything else. It also wasn't very stylish compared to previous iterations of the Dark Knight's
Where does Keaton’s take on the character rank on your list?
It appears Bruce Wayne, albeit a different iteration of him from an alternate universe, is sticking with Mercedes-Benz for DC's upcoming Flash solo film.Leaked images from the set of Andrés Muschietti's The Flash have surfaced, giving DC
It looks absolutely gorgeous
As far as Batmobiles go, a lot of us here still think Tim Burton's version of Gotham's ultimate crime-fighting machine is still the best one yet. At least in our eyes, it's still the sleekest, most badass Batmobile
The film is set for a March 2022 release
After suffering a couple of setbacks (COVID-19, then lead actor Robert Pattinson testing positive), The Batman has resumed production. Recent set photos of the superhero film reboot show the Caped Crusader riding a motorcycle on the streets of Chicago, which served
Is this your favorite movie version, too?
Many fans consider Tim Burton's take on the Caped Crusader the quintessential Batman film. While comically cheesy by today's standards, the 1989 version set the standard for superhero films at the time: It features what some argue to be the
Any DC fans around here?
Batman fans are going to be in for a treat the next time they drive out.Waze has partnered with Warner Bros. Entertainment to bring the voices of Batman and the Riddler to its smartphone app. Even better? None other than the
Chicks dig the car
Few cars in TV, cinema, or comic book history tug at the heartstrings like the Batmobile. It doesn't even matter which one from a particular era you like, any of them will prompt hours of discussion.But as gearheads, we've
We now have our first look courtesy of director Matt Reeves himself
The Batmobile, despite the many shapes and forms it has taken in movies and comic books, remains one of the most iconic superhero cars to ever debut in print and on the big screen.As you may have heard by now, The
Not a good look for the Caped Crusader
The day has finally come: Batman has lived long enough to become the villain.According to a report by Russia Today, the Batmobile from Batman V Superman-or more likely a replica of the armored vehicle-has been impounded by traffic police
Including some infamous examples
A red teardrop coupe. That was the very first 'Batmobile', though it was never referred to as such. Making its first ever comic book appearance in 1939 was a "specially built high powered auto" driven by The Batman: A cross between a
We dig Bruce Wayne's rides
So you might be wondering what a film review of Justice League is doing in Top Gear Philippines. Aside from the Batmobile, these super-powered beings have no use for cars. Not when most of them can fly/swim/run faster than
It will star in 'Justice League'
For a fictional character who enjoys his evenings mostly grunting into a mask and beating criminals to a pulp with his bare hands, perhaps this is the perfect fit.Yep, in a fictional tie-up to appease the deepest, darkest parts of
It does come in black, apparently
Get your ass to Mars, they said. What they didn't say, was that once there, you'd become the hero Mars deserves, but not the one it needs right now.Because a new Mars Rover prototype has been revealed, and it
Nananana, Batman!
It's a sad day for comic book and pop culture fans worldwide, given the recent news about Adam West's passing at the age of 88. The American actor was best known for his lead role in the TV show Batman
Nanananana, Lego!
Good news, caped crusaders! Your new Batmobile is available-and it's wearing a Chevy badge. Okay, so it's perhaps not quite as road-ready as the Chris Nolan-era Tumbler or the one Affleck took up against Superman, but we'
Inspiration can be found in dark places
What you're looking at is the work of graphic artist Encho Enchev. He is employed by game developer Ubisoft, and has done work on the Assassin's Creed and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series of video games. According to his
Just in time for 'Batman V Superman'
You could argue that the Batmobile is the most easily recognizable fictional vehicle in the world of entertainment. Over the years, it has taken on countless shapes and sizes--some of them iconic, others forgettable. The Gotham Knight's ride has been
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