Batmobile - Page 4
H.R. Giger is best known for his work on the "Alien" movies and his ability to make everything look biomechanical and creepy, and if you think about it, his work wouldn't seem totally out of place in the ominous cityscape of Gotham
Most days, I - like most nerds - wake up disappointed by two facts: 1. I'm not as awesome as Adam West and 2. I'm not as awesome as Burt Ward. Well now, thanks to Charity Buzz, nerds everywhere finally have a glimmer of hope to change all that:
Those on the market for a new set of wheels can now bid on a replica of the 1960s "Batman" television series' Batmobile over at CharityBuzz.com.
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If you've ever wanted to drive the beefy cinematic monster tank from "Batman Begins" and (to a lesser extent) "The Dark Knight," an enterprising craftsman who goes by the moniker of T-Man has a plan to make your dreams come true -- provided you're awesome at building things yourself