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New Zealand-based animator Mitchell Hammond has imagined a bleak future. In Hammond’s new animated short film, Skynet successfully launched its nuclear arsenal in 1997 — the Judgement Day in the Terminator franchise film of the same name — and has ruled the ruined planet ever since. In this instance, however, there’s another factor that Skynet hasn’t taken into account. Bruce Wayne, also known as Batman depending on the time of day and his social schedule, has been hiding in his Batcave since the war broke out.
It’s pretty hard to make Batman jealous. The dude has enough money for an entire world, gadgets to play with everyday, a secret cave to hang out in, dashing good looks and beautiful companions to take out to dinner. But here’s one thing you can have that’s better than Batman’s: a fully returning Batarang in real life. It’s beautiful.
Make-a-Wish just released the official short film recapping the day when Batkid saved San Francisco and it’s just as soul saving now as it was then. Hell, the 10 minute short might make for a better movie than some of The Dark Knight trilogy (we’re talking about the third one). Anyways, if you somehow missed the Batkid saga a few months ago or want to smile today or see new angles and hear new dialogue from Batkid, watch the movie above. It’s fun
It’s not likely. I mean, not just that such a thing would never happen on straight legal grounds, but also because Peter Parker would simply whup him silly.
Most smartphone cases strive to provide as much protection for your device as possible without adding too much bulk or extra weight. But that’s not the approach Bandai has taken with this monstrosity. Squarely targeted at die-hard Batman fans, this case is a perfect replica of the Tumbler Batmobile featured in Christopher Nolan’s films, but designed to protect your iPhone — not the Dark Knight.
For all of the Batman games that have come and gone, very few have ever let you play with the Dark Knight’s ultimate toy: The Batmobile. But that’s all about to change thanks to this new arcade simulator from Raw Thrills and Specular Interactive that lets you drive almost everything in Batman’s garage through the streets of Gotham City.