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Toshib Bagde has gone where few other artists dared with his series “Super-Heroes Poop Lab,” envisioning what the excrement of some of the world’s most famous do-gooders might look like. Hey, it’s a crappy job, but someone has to do it.
“I love superheroes,” he explained on Bored Panda. “They are just like us but, yeah, with powers. So I wondered, how would the poop of superheroes look? I think it should represent the characters.”
Although images leaked last week, LEGO apparently wanted to hold off until today — the 50th anniversary of the premiere of the 1966 Batman series — to make it official: The LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Batman: Classic TV Series – Batcave will arrive in stores in March.
Along with the announcement arrives the first official images of the elaborate 2,500-piece set, which includes not just the Batmobile, Batcycle and Batcopter, but also a whopping nine minifigures.
More than six months after debuting the first two Pop! vinyl figures from its Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice line, Funko has called in Wonder Woman and Aquaman (plus a couple of others, but they’re the ones we really care about, right?).
Sure, we already saw a leaked “Aqua” version of the Sea King, but here is now in his full-color, tattooed, 3.75-inch glory, alongside a sword-wielding Wonder Woman, Knightmare Batman and Superman Soldier. Plus, the previously revealed Batman and Superman, of course.
The FFZERO1 looks like the Batmobile, and can even drive itself like the Dark Knight’s signature ride. However, you won’t find any room for Robin (or Catwoman) in this one-seater.
Officially unveiled this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the sleek concept car by Faraday Future — the California startup calls it “a car of concepts” — is a high-performance electric vehicle boasts a top speed of more than 200mph (0 to 60 in less than three seconds), making the pursuit of The Joker and his crew a snap.
If dialogue like “Tell me … do you bleed?” is too grim for your tastes, just imagine it being uttered by this cute pint-sized Armored Batman figure from Hot Toys’ upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice lineup.
Previously glimpsed in photos from Toy Soul 2015, the Armored Batman and Superman Cosbaby Collectible Set will enable you to reenact the Bat-Signal scene from the trailer (a tiny Bat-Signal is included!), only maybe with a dramatically less-grave voice. Maybe something closer to baby talk.
Fans of the Caped Crusader may want to hold off on those LEGO Batman v Superman playsets, because you’re probably going to need all of that money (and more!) for the toymaker’s DC Comics Super Heroes Batman: Classic TV Series – Batcave.
Confirming rumors, images have surfaced online (only to be promptly removed at LEGO’s request) of the impressive brick recreation of the Dynamic Duo’s secret lair from the 1966 Batman television series.
Happy New Year and welcome to Shelf Porn! Today’s collection features the return of Ed from the Los Angeles area, as he shows us his Superman, Batman and Green Hornet collectibles.
If you’d like to share your collection with us, you can find all the details on how to do that right here.
And now here’s Ed …
In addition to their previously announced line of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” T-shirts, Merchoid has unveiled several official new pieces of merchandise for the film, including a line of baseball caps and bags. This time around, the merchandise features Wonder Woman and LexCorp as well as Batman and Superman.
The new merchandise features both the logos of each respective character as well as full figure shots of the characters in action. Several of the designs are printed with a sublimated “allover” technique, which allows the design to cover the entire shirt. The designs are available in both mens’ and womens’ cuts.
Soon you may not have to be a billionaire vigilante to cruise around in a car with its own Batpod. Well, Batpod-like auxiliary vehicle.
Patent Yogi reports Ford has filed a patent application for a car that can separate into a one-wheeled bike, a la Batman’s ride from The Dark Knight, albeit without all the weaponry and pageantry. You’ll need a Hollywood effects team for that.
Bat-Coyote may not be the mascot the San Antonio Spurs deserve, but he was the one the team needed Monday night when a bat infiltrated the AT&T Center.
When the winged invader was spotted during warmups, The Associated Press reports players were told to return to the locker rooms, even as The Coyote changed into his not-so-secret costumed identity and returned with a net.
As we barrel toward New Year’s Eve, 3A Toys has unveiled more images and details for its enticing Steel Age Batman 1/6th-scale collectible figure.
First glimpsed last month, it’s the first in a line of DC Comics figures designed by Ashley Wood, who envisions a new universe in which the villains have won. “The rebirth contingency plan is initiated – Steel Age. Robotic versions of the fallen heroes are forged. Constructed to wage war on crime,” 3A said when it announced the series in 2014. “A new League to carry on their legacy of Justice.”
A month after we got a first look at the Dark Knight and Man of Steel MAFEX figures for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Medicom has unveiled Wonder Woman and Armored Batman.
Naturally, these two figures also stand about 6.3 inches tall, and feature 20 points of articulation. Wonder Woman comes with lasso, sword and shield, while Armored Batman boasts a fabric cape and grapnel gun.
No sooner did Hot Toys announce its new Deadpool 1/6th-scale action figure, based on the upcoming film, than the first images of the collectible surfaced from Toy Soul 2015, which just kicked off in Hong Kong.
Although no additional information accompanies the images, they do allow fans to scrutinize the details and at least some of the accessories — a pistol, belt, sword and scabbard for starters — and dream a little. And maybe salivate.
Undoubtedly even the guardians of Gotham enjoy the occasional night curled up on the couch, sipping hot cocoa and scrolling through Netflix while ignoring the blare of police sirens and the silent call of the Bat-Signal. And on those well-earned lazy evenings, they might — might! — wear something like these Batman and Batgirl terry loungers.
After teasing us on Monday, Hot Toys wasted little time in fully revealing its first 1/6th-scale action figures for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Making their official debuts this weekend at Toy Soul 2015 in Hong Kong, the Batman and Superman figures are of course movie-accurate, based on the likenesses of stars Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck.