As a promotion for the upcoming Lego Batman Movie, Will Arnett’s Lego Batman met up with Lego-fied heroes from CW’s DC-based shows Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl. There isn’t much action, but we do learn that Batman is a terrible speller. It’s an odd little video. [click to continue…]

Chevrolet teamed up with LEGO to unveil a life-sized The LEGO Batman Movie Batmobile at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this past weekend. It clocks in at 344,187 pieces, which is just a tad too much for an official set. Sorry to burst your bubble on that. [click to continue…]

Trump continues to hand his “many enemies” the fuel they need to ridicule him thanks to his obsession with Twitter, but none compare to the perfection that is Mark Hamill dubbing them as the Joker. [click to continue…]

Granted, most of us probably don’t possess the skills or equipment to actually build this guitar, but imgur user DarrynStead did provide a decent overview of the process for anyone that’s interested. The rest of will have to be content with admiring his handiwork in the images below. [click to continue…]

Hot Toys has released images and details about their upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight 1/6 Scale Figure, but the image above is probably enough to sell collectors on this masterpiece.

The collectible figure is expertly crafted based on the appearance of Batman from the game featuring a newly developed masked head sculpt with interchangeable neutral and angry expression lower faces, a highly detailed and meticulously tailored multi-layer and multi-texture Batsuit (V8.03), a number of Batman gadgets including Batarangs, grapnel gun, disruptor, REC gun, freeze grenade and more!

Check out more pics and details below. [click to continue…]


We’ve seen grappling gun projects before, but engineer James Hobson (also known as “The Hacksmith”) took things a step further with this awesome build. He even got the zipline to work. See the final product in action in the videos below. [click to continue…]


Square Enix has come up with an icy new addition to their DC Comics Play Arts Variant Batman: Rogue’s Gallery series. This Batman / Mr. Freeze mashup follows hybrid figures that include The Joker and Two-Face. The figure features a cold suit with cryo tubes, a Freeze Gun, multiple hands, a Batarang and a figure stand.

The figure should be available for pre-order soon with an MSRP of 19,800¥ (approx. $174.00 USD) and is estimated for an April 2017 arrival. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]


Lego has unveiled images of its upcoming collection of Lego Batman Movie minifigs, and the set is packed with a whole Batcave full of fun references.

The set features 20 minifigs, and each fig features a fun reference to either the upcoming movie or some aspect of Batman pop-culture (Glam Metal Batman anyone?). Check out more below. [click to continue…]


Though they are often stunning to look at, I rarely get excited about statue releases. Gimme some articulation and accessories. However, this Batman “Red Rain” Statue by Mondo is an exception. Also, it just feels right being a few weeks away from Halloween and all.

Batman Red Rain is a DC Comics Elseworlds tale, in which the Dark Knight battles the infamous Dracula, ultimately becomes a vampire himself in the process. Inspired by Francesco Francavilla’s poster of the same name, the Batman: Red Rain statue depicts Batman as a vampire stalking the night and hunting his own kind, while attempting to stave off his own hunger for blood.

Incorporating elements from the poster, such as a tombstone from Batman’s past and slain vampire skulls, this statue brings the dark beauty of the two dimensional art into the horrific third dimension! The Mondo Exclusive also features an interchangeable right arm, holding a wooden stake!

Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Love ’em or hate ’em, Funko Pop! vinyls are big business. Chances are if there’s a fictional character out there that you dig, there’s a Pop! of it. On that note, Funko recently announced a new range Pops based on Batman: The Animated Series. For younger readers, that’s the groundbreaking cartoon from the ’90s. For everyone else: B:TAS debuted over 24 years ago. We are now officially old.

The range will include Pop! vinyls of Batman, Robin, Batgirl, the Joker, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, all as they appeared in the series.

In addition, Funko have also announced a new line of Dorbz featuring versions of Batman, Green Lantern, the Flash and Sinestro. At least a couple of these will be store exclusives, with some of the boxes featuring the GameStop logo on the front.

All of these new additions will drop by the end of the year, and you can pre-order the B:TAS series now. Check out the entire lineup below. [click to continue…]