There’s more Pop! Vinyl cuteness from Funko in the form of BioShock Infinite and Batman: Arkham Knight.

New Batman: Arkham Knight Pop!s are available for Scarecrow, Harley Quinn, Batman, and Arkham Knight. BioShock Infinite has Booker DeWitt (both with and without the Skyhook), Elizabeth, Big Daddy, and Little Sister.

I’ll admit, the Little Sister freaks me out.

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Batman v Superman looks like it’s going to be a very somber movie. YouTuber Albert Lopez has made it a heck of a lot lighter by setting the trailer to the song Dayman from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. We don’t know if this is the superhero movie we need, but it is the one we want.

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Of course, Anger does most of the work.

Comic by soletine.

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This incredible Batman and Joker sculpture titled “My Better Half” is made entirely from sand. The height alone is mind-boggling, but the sharp detail and perfect texturing of this sand statue is really unbelievable.

Plus they’re playing footsies.

Marielle Hessels of the Netherlands and David Ducharme of Winlaw, B.C., created this amazing sculpture and it won them first place in the doubles division at Parksville’s annual Canadian Open Sand Sculpting Competition. Yay Canada!

It’s amazing and should be bronzed. Check out more pics after the break.

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This November, Batman will finally have a chance to meet–and maybe even fight–everyone’s favorite heroes in a half shell. DC noted in a press release that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Batman will meet up in a new crossover comic.

The plot involves Krang hurling both the Turtles and Shredder into an alternate reality with the hopes of finally defeating them. The alternate reality just happens to be Gotham, and Batman–once he hears that armed giant talking turtles and a guy covered in blades are walking about the city–decides to go and investigate. DC and IDW have placed Freddie Williams II and James Tynion IV at the helm of this new spinoff, and it sounds like it’s definitely going to be an entertaining one.

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The UK’s Red Bull Soapbox Race brings about the most creative hand-made machines every year, but this Lego Batmobile has already won in my opinion. Team You Gotham Be Kidding Me (genius) was able to nail the up-scaled vehicle version with help of a team lead Kristian Howson, who happens to be a professional package designer. So the team had access to all the cardboard and materials they needed to bring their idea to life.

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The unveiling of Batman V Superman merch is starting to pick up speed, and DC Entertainment has added to the list with some awesome new statues.

Sculpted by James Marsano, the resin statues measure 12-inches tall and depict the Man of Steel, Batman in his new costume and Batman in his anti-Superman armor. The statues will be available for purchase next January for $150 each, and they will be on display at Comic-Con.

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Batman v Superman merch is starting to trickle in. Not surprisingly, the first two examples come from Lego and Funko.

The Lego Batmobile pictured above made its debut in the Wall Street Journal and is set to be on display at SDCC. The DC Super Heroes New Batmobile set will include 306 pieces, two stud shooters, opening doors, a new Batman outfit, two additional unnamed characters, and an additional vehicle for $29.99. It’s set go go on sale January 1st.

See Also: See Inside The New Batmobile From Batman V. Superman

Funko has also revealed their vinyl figures of Batman and Superman and they’re predictably adorable. You won’t have to wait to get your hands on these two as they’ll be on sale at SDCC with pricing not yet announced.

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This stop-motion video by YouTube’s counter656 features a huge battle between Figuarts Batman and Joker figures with reinforcements from unexpected places. Just when you think the Joker has been defeated, he calls in the Gundams. But Batman has his own allies.

It took 20 days to put together this video which includes 3,500 pictures and some fun special effects. Watch and see if good triumphs over evil.

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Little Heroes Batman. First he was a drawing by Alberto Varanda, that evolved into this adorable 3D sculpt by artist Luis Gomez-Guzman.

See Also: Superheroes As Little Kids Are Too Cute For Words

This is just too much cute to handle. It needs to become a real product.

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