Currently available in both Superman and Batman designs, the glasses not only feature each hero’s iconic logo, but also an adorably tiny cape that can be removed for easy cleaning. They’re just $10 a piece, but remember, even vigilantes need to drink responsibly. If you’ve been out celebrating after foiling a criminal mastermind’s plan, maybe it’s a good idea to leave your utility belt with the bartender, or let Robin drive the Batmobile home. [ThinkGeek]
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