The final chapter in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy drops December 4 on Blu-ray, and if your memories of the Caped Crusader getting his back busted aren’t too painful, you might want to Bat-buy this limited edition of The Dark Knight Rises with broken cowl packaging. Besides the 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and 1080p video, the extra features will also include The Journey of Bruce Wayne; The Batmobile Documentary, showcasing all five Batmobiles together for the first time.
Buy this limited edition while it’s still available on Amazon.
Available in a variety of colors (black, silver, red, pink, and purple), these Batarangs are actually dual bladed pocket knives. While they might not make a very practical weapon, they sure look cool, especially when both blades are open forming an 11″ knife.
It not only looks amazing, but this is a fully functional hand-built Dark Knight BatPod. It was made from scrap metal parts by Vietnam’s Tùng Lâm. It looks like it cost him a fortune to build, but believe it or not, it cost just $480(USD). That’s a lot less than Bruce Wayne paid for his.
Handy for showing off your fandom, less handy for protecting your secret identity. These Batman Cufflinks are a subtle way to geek up even the dressiest attire. Plated a smooth satin black and featuring a fixed logo back closure, they’re officially licensed by the Bat’s overlords at DC and arrive in a custom collectors box complete with the Batman logo on the side and a comic strip on the lid’s interior.
Someone loves The Dark Knight so much that they’ve commissioned to have their own Dark Knight themed theater. The theater costs a whopping $2 million and has Dark Knight all over it, from the roof to the suit. However there is one awesome feature whereby there is a hidden room for the batmobile, complete with its own exit tunnel.
Yup, that’s right we have even more Batman gear to show you!
Batman & Bane Limited Edition Watches from Diesel’s The Dark Knight Rises timepiece collection are available for preorder exclusively at Watchismo. The stealthy black steel and rubber features of the Diesel BATMAN Watch, and the brutal ruggedness of the Diesel BANE Watch, each capture the essence of their respective characters: they’re perfect designs that distil your choice of cinematic good or evil into two very cool chronographs.
Photographer Chow Kar Hoo has a creative series of photographs that show well known superheroes living rather ordinary lives in Hong Kong. Batman is seen strolling a night market, Wolverine is found making a living slicing up meat at a butcher shop, and Hellboy is spotted enjoying some late night hot pot.
To commemorate the final film release in director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, Stussy is releasing a special collaboration T-shirt collection in conjunction with the release of The Dark Knight Rises. Set on fitting black colorway bases, the trio of T-shirts are titled “Force,” “Mask” and “World Tour.” The displays include a variety of purple and blue-hued graphics including a flying Batman, a closeup of his mask, and a list of the superhero’s attributes and skills.
Here at the Beast Feed we can’t get enough of Batman! That’s why we couldn’t help but get excited when we saw this!
Constructed from high quality, safe proof materials including Grade A cow hide, Kevlar details, CE-approved body armor in forearms/elbows, shoulders, and back spine protector, this suit may help save your life. One thing is for sure, you will definitely look cool when you go sliding across the asphalt.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has released a beautiful, limited edition version of the Reverso Ultra Thin Tribute to 1931 watch. The watch is equipped with a flippable case that is stamped with the iconic Dark Night logo, while the front is outfitted with an art-deco inspired black dial.
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