The Batmobile. That's pretty much all we need to say.
If your coffee table needs a little more awesome, Insight Editions has come up with a "Complete History of The Batmobile". With blueprints, comic book images and plenty of movie and making-of stills, hopefully this slideshow of Batman's vehicular history will tide you over until Friday, when some new movie or other apparently comes out.
Where does he get those wonderful cars?
The eye-catching, TV-ready Batmobile of 1966.
The Batmobile of Tim Burton's movies
Joel Schmacher's Batmobile
The souped-up Batmobile that roared through director Joel Schumacher's candy-colored comic book fantasy
Looks even better from the back
The Tumbler of Christoper Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy
Inside the Tumbler
The Tumbler's surprisingly roomy cockpit, with its leather jump seats, comfortably holds two adults.
His other car is a bike
The Bat-Pod enables Batman to pursue his enemies through smaller spaces and tighter corners.
In <em>The Dark Knight Rises</em>, a new flying vehicle is added to Batman's garage.
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