Well we've seen Star Wars, Star Trek, Terminator, and even a cave inspired home theater, but now comes an actual Batman setup. The pictures come from a company called Elite Home Theater Systems (which actually just sells chairs), and look like they may just be conceptual. But if it is real and they don't let live bats fly around in there then it's stupid anyways. Stupid and sad. You know what else is sad? I think I backed over a squirrel this morning when I was leaving the house. Just kidding, I don't think it was a squirrel. Unless it was wearing a business suit and riding a bicycle then that's definitely not what I hit. Holy lawsuit, Batman.
One more picture after the jump.
Bat Cave Home Theater, Only Real Batman Fans Need Apply [uberreview]
A retired naturalist who particularly loves bats had a batcave home theater installed in his cellar. DC Audio Video Systems in New Hampshire was responsible for the install.
The set-up includes prop bats which hang from above, a motorized 110 16:9 Stewart Electriscreen, Triad... / Continue →
This is a 150-foot Dark Knight Rises ad painted on the side of a building at 315 Park Avenue South in New York City. I dunno, I guess they don't make posters that big. I did have a pretty big Cindy Crawford one on my dorm room wall though. Jk jk, it was SpongeBob. The proce... / Continue →
This is an animated gif of several incarnations of the Joker over the years. Can you name them all? Oh snap -- no need! Here's a guide:
1. Conrad Veidt (The Man Who Laughs, film, 1928 - inspiration for The Joker)
2. Cesar Romero (Batman, TV series, 1966-1968)
3. Jack Nichol... / Continue →