The tub isn’t big enough for the both of them.

Hopefully they can put aside their differences and join forces to fight grime.

Product Pages: Batman Bath Duck ($7.99) / Superman Bath Duck ($7.99)

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While Harley Quinn is awesome in any incarnation, her character in Batman: Arkham Knight is definitely one that fans have fallen in love with. Bat wielding, leather wearing, unpredictable and deadly Harley with the knowing wink and crazy smile gets captured perfectly by in this Harley Quinn Polystone Statue by Prime 1 Studio.

Standing 29-inches tall, the statue features three different portraits and three different arms to give you a variety of expressions and potential weapons. The base is detailed with loads of Harley madness and there’s paint bucket and Jack in the box accessories that can be placed for additional decoration. In addition, this exclusive version includes a Batman and Joker polystone plush to adorn the lovely lady.

She may be pricey, but I’m sure Harley herself would tell you she’s completely worth it at twice the price.

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While most of us don’t have the kind of money to buy something like the new Hot Toys Life-Size Armored Batman collectible statue, there’s no denying that it’s a thing of beauty. The first in Hot Toys’ newly announced “Life-Size Masterpiece Series”, this new collectible takes the 1/6th Armored Batman and upscales it to full-size.

Hot Toys writes:

The movie-accurate and realistic life-size collectible will be available in selected markets and stands approximately 1.95m/6.4ft tall (2.2m/7.2ft tall with base). It features an armored head with light-up eyes, authentic and detailed likeness of Batman’s lower face, meticulously sculpted replica of the Batsuit and armor, a fabric cape, and a circular base with light-up function and movie logo.

There’s no price yet, but this sort of collectible isn’t really made for people who care about the price, is it?

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A company called WrapStyle Singapore is churning out some seriously badass superhero wraps that are shown off here on a range of exotic supercars.

Then again, some baffling choices were made here. First off, Spider-Man doesn’t even have gas money for a McLaren. Second, the Audi R8 is Batman-themed while the Lamborghini Aventador is Iron Man-themed. It would make more sense if those were reversed.

A Hulk-themed Nissan GT-R kinda works though. Not flashy, but there’s tons of power.

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Batman and LEGO are two great tastes that taste great together. And now an Australian LEGO fan has recreated Gotham City’s Arkham Asylum entirely out of LEGO bricks.

Built from approximately 18,000 bricks, Dayton (aka Forgotten Days on Flickr) spent years designing this masterpiece and had to specially order bricks in. It took three months to finish construction in time for Brickvention, an Australian LEGO convention.

The attention to detail in this recreation is magnificent, and you can check it out in photos, as well as a walkthrough video, below.

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The Dark Knight is about to get a whole lot brighter.

Toy collectors and Batman fans, rejoice! This set of multicolored Batman action figures is on the way. Last year, DC ran a poll featuring a bunch of abandoned toy designs and invited fans to vote for the one they wanted. This colorful collection was the resounding winner, and the toys are now in production. Hoorah! (Click the preview image above for a closer look at the toys).

And now, for a little comics history…

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Play out the showdown in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before the movie is released with this Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots-Style Game. I’m guessing this is exactly how the battle in the movie will go down.

Unlike the Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Ems of yore, the game features sound effects and the loser of the battle falls off his base rather than his head flying off. Let’s save that for feature for a Deadpool version.

Product Page ($29.99)

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Holy minifiggin’ crap, Batman! In honor of the 50th anniversary of the ’60s-era Batman series–which premiered January 12, 1966–LEGO officially announced the release of a new, 2,526-piece LEGO Batman Classic TV Series Batcave set.

The $270 set, which will hit shelves on March 1st, features all of Batman’s favorite vehicles, including the Batmobile, the Batcycle and the Batcopter. The set also includes nine minifig-versions of the TV series’ most memorable and beloved characters, including Batman, Robin, Alfred Pennyworth, The Riddler, Catwoman, The Penguin and, of course, The Joker. If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll love all the details that have gone into the set’s design: from the Bat Lab to the Batpoles, it’s all there.

Check out more pics along with details about the set below.

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We don’t have much detail on 3A’s Steel Age 1/6th Scale Batman, but designer Ashley Wood did such a good job that I don’t think I need to say more than “you should check out the rest of the pictures”.

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Hot Toys has unveiled their new 1/6th-scale figures for the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which opens in theaters on March 25, 2016. The figures will make their official debut to toy fans during Toy Soul 2015 in Hong Kong this weekend.

The Superman figure comes with a number of features, including a new head sculpt, four pairs of hands and a specialized display stand. There’s also a limited edition version which comes with Kryptonite that lights up. The Batman figure includes three eye and mouth sets, assorted Bat gizmos, a display stand and interchangeable hands. The special edition also features a sniper rifle. If a fan preorders both figures at once, they will receive a special accessory: the Batman Tech Cowl. Look for the figures to arrive on Sideshow Collectibles in the coming days.

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