Who's foolish enough to not bid on a Batman Tumbler golf cart?

I don't know about you guys but I don't have much self control when it comes to awesome things that deserve to be purchased. Even if they don't do anything I can't help myself. See awesome, buy awesome. I assume the entire world operates like that too. So now I'm thinking about how many people are going to put together … » 12/04/13 12:25am 12/04/13 12:25am

You Have To Really Love Batman To Use This Absurd iPhone Tumbler Case

Most smartphone cases strive to provide as much protection for your device as possible without adding too much bulk or extra weight. But that's not the approach Bandai has taken with this monstrosity. Squarely targeted at die-hard Batman fans, this case is a perfect replica of the Tumbler Batmobile featured in… » 11/22/13 11:20am 11/22/13 11:20am

The Batwing from Dark Knight Rises Takes Out Some City Property

We've seen the new Batmobile, and we've even seen the gnarly Batwing, but have we seen the Batwing accidentally breaking some shit in Pittsburgh? Nope. So let's take a look! I'd hate to see the bill from this little incident. » 8/16/11 2:39pm 8/16/11 2:39pm

1973 Batmobile Features Vintage Style, Antique Tech

We post about Batman on Gizmodo because, much like Iron Man, he's the sort of comic book hero who epitomizes a gadget freak. Seriously, he's a guy who's poured his life, savings and genius into developing toys that allow him to fight alongside Superman, let alone take a phone call without his cell connection dropping.… » 11/10/08 4:40pm 11/10/08 4:40pm

Batman's Tumbler Replica Won't Fly On Rooftops, Ram Through Barricades…

This $499 Tumbler from The Dark Knight » 9/02/08 3:40pm 9/02/08 3:40pm is confusing. On the one hand, it's $499, but on the other hand, it's a 1:6 replica of what Batman's been driving in the last two movies, PLUS it's even big enough for you to fit your 12-inch action figures in. The thing doesn't seem to be remote controlled—you'd be afraid to…