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Batman Bookshelves

Fahmi Sami’s bookshelves are perfect for your own Batcave library. They’re modeled on the logo from The Dark Knight trilogy. He also produces another set that juxtaposes this logo with a 1960s version. Link -via Technabob

LEGO Batcave

Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey used over 20,000 LEGO bricks to make this extensive cutaway Batcave! It was unveiled at the Emerald City ComiCon this past March, and then displayed at a couple other major events. This Batcave has different chambers for the Batmobile, the Batcopter, the Batplane and other vehicles, plus equipment storage, [...]

Before the Batcave, There was the Bat Barn!

What did Batman’s first Batcave look like? J.J. Gould describes the evolution of Batcave in this neat article over at The Atlantic – you’d be surprised to know that in the beginning, there was no Batcave. Instead, there was [...]

Batman Ceiling Fan

Embrace and live out your dreams. Yes, you, too, can live in a Batcave. All it takes is a bit of creative thinking. Sure, The Atomic Lounge no longer sells these fan blades, but some plywood and a jigsaw, you can make some of your own. Link -via Uber Review

This House Will Help You Survive The Zombie Apocalypse

This beautiful luxury home in New York’s Adirondack State Park has an awesome secret-it’s built on top of a former launch control center, and has an additional 2300 square feet of space which lies safely underground. And now this cabin/bunker can be yours for a mere $1.75 million! Maybe Bruce Wayne is looking for a vacation [...]

Batman-Style Secret Switch

On the 1960s Batman show, Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson opened the entrance to the batcave by pushing a secret switch hidden in a bust of Shakespeare. The New Hobbyist, quite reasonably, figured that it would be totally awesome to have one of his own. A switch, that is. Batpoles will come later. He provides [...]

The Origin of the Batcave

The Batcave is a central location in the Batman franchise. Its existence is purely accidental. Back in the days of the 1940s Batman film short serial, the producers wanted to have a hanger. They couldn’t afford one, but they did have a cave set lying around the studio. So in the second chapter of the [...]