POST THE BEST batmobile pics here!

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  1. Comics N' Toons Viva La Revolucion!

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    We were p[osting Baman pics... Why not his ride???

    Pics can be from the comics or live action or DCAU!


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  2. ironman29758 Registered

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    I love the idea of a licoln sports car with a bus engine for the cancelled bat man year one movie. can anyone draw that.
     
  3. Nepenthes Registered

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    Batmobile from The Cult. Daddy long legs.
     
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    After seeing the tumbler, every other batmobile just looks... silly.
     
  5. RobC Registered

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    I'm the opposite, whilst the Tumbler worked well within the films, I prefer the sleeker look used in the comics. Looks more badass IMO.
     
  6. Comics N' Toons Viva La Revolucion!

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    I agree... the Tumbler has grown on me, but still a sleeker, battier, tough & perverse machine is preferred by me

    C'mon bat-fans SHOW SOME PICS
     
  7. Comics N' Toons Viva La Revolucion!

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    here is of course one of the best! ! !


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  8. Armored Avenger A Wizard is never late...

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    I love the Batmobile from the Burton films
     
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    i really like the Batmobile from Batman & The Monster Men. It's like a sleek hybrid of the Tumbler and the Burton batmobile. Can't find pictures of it online though.
     
  10. RobC Registered

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    Yeah I agree, the Burton Batmobile is one of the best, but in my opinion the BF one is better. Just me...

    I really like the fact that it's become such a cultural icon that artists and writers feel they can change the looks whenever they want...
     
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    Woah, where's that Batmobile from? Is that NML?
     
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    It's from THE CULT.
     
  14. Nepenthes Registered

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    ^ It's from the Cult - classic tpb, some great moments and Bernie Wrightson draws some killer pages. it's the poorer cousin of DKR in alot of ways, very grim but interlaced with some stupid ASBR-like humour too

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    from History of the batmobile , cool site it has images of the car from every year, 1939 to current

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    concept for Batman & Robin they should have gone with

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    Red Rain, gotta love this one! [​IMG] =)

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    JLA Elseworlds League of Justice

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  15. RobC Registered

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    Hmmmm, there all interesting, but that one from The Cult is mad. Looking at it now I can see what you mean with the DKR type art and feel.
     
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    It's still the best

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    My personal favorite is from B:TAS

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    Most practical batmoble and coolest looking

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  19. Matt.S99 Formally batboy99

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    Ha, ya cuz batman really rides around in a tank. The tumblers cool and all, but it is not a batmobile
     
  20. Armored Avenger A Wizard is never late...

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    I love the Batmobile from the Animated series as well. Its definitely one of my favourites, along with the Burton Batmobile.
     
  21. Doctor Baywatch Registered

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    but it's teh realistic!!!
     
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    I loves teh realism.

    Anyways, I agree, the TAS Batmobile is my favourite, I can't believe I didn't think of it before now! Stupid brain.
     
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    Tell that to Frank Miller :oldrazz:
    But what defines a 'batmobile'?
    Every artist has his or her rendition of what a batmobile is. All it is is Batman's ride. It can look whatever way it wants.
     
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    so is a licoln sports car with a bus engine and a sports car with no identification but they not cool.
     
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    Dark Vengeance. There's a part where we he pulls alongside a moving train with a Wayne-owned freight car that has been converted into a secret "mobile bat-cave". A door rolls down from the freight carriage and the car slides in while the train is moving. It's set in the 1930's so it's actually a pretty good way for Batman to travel long distance!
     

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