For those in the mood to nerd out over some Batman-related stuff.
The Dark Knight Rises Featurette: A 13-minute behind-the-scenes look at footage, cast interviews, and clips.
“I’m Batman” supercut. The title says it all.
Trailer for Warner Brother’s upcoming documentary on the Batmobile. Due out at the end of 2012.
History of the Batmobile. The design from the 1992-era animated series is my personal all-time favorite. A close second is the one designed by Tim Burton and Anton Furst for then 1989-era films Batman and Batman Returns.
The first appearance of an official Batmobile was in Detective Comics #48 (published in 1941), nearly 4 years after Batman’s debut. It was a bright red convertible.
Every (Significant) Bat-Suit Ever: Ben Moore chronicles every significant iteration of Batman’s outfit since Detective Comics #27.
The Dark Knight Manual: A new book that features removable documents, including the design and capability of the famed utility belt, the hi-tech functions of Batman’s cowl, and every detail of his amazing arsenal of weapons and gadgets.
Polygon Heroes: Batman poster. Awesome.
Limited edition Mondo Poster for The Dark Knight Rises. Also awesome.
In 2010, a copy of Detective Comics #27 sold for $1,075,550. At the time that was the most a comic book had ever sold for. Since then 3 other comic books have sold for higher prices.
“Given our current technology and with the proper training, would it be possible for someone to become Batman?” Mark Hughes gives one of the best answers to be posted to Quora ever. Perhaps more than a few guys will be wondering this themselves over the next few days.