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    Default Favorite Batmobile!

    I think we all know what everyone's favorite thing about Batman is: His car! Which is your favorite Batmobile?
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    Fight crime in style.
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    Hands down, the sixties TV Show Batmobile...:

    [img]https://***********/www.1966batmantoys.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/1966-batmobile-gif.gif[/img]

    Though i do have a soft spot for the Nolan version.


    I didn’t like those movies, but this was one of the few good things to come out of them.
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    Because I am from the generation of kid who grow up watching an anime of Tamiya mini 4WD, I will always and always love Batmobile from BvS, JL, and Batman Ninja. The design just reeks Tamiya Mini 4WD.

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    I like the bright lighted Batman and Robin one, but if we're going for a Dark Knight look instead of a gaudy superhero, then... I automatically gravitate towards Burton but I wanna browse options first

    I don't like Tumbler. I think it should be lean like a race car.
    The sixties is too dated for my taste.

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    The 60's version because I grew up with that show, I even had the model version with Batman and Robin figures sitting in it.

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    Burton's Batmobile first and foremost, along with the version from Batman: The Animated Series.
    Second up is the DCEU version shown in Batman v Superman and Justice League.
    Third is Nolan's Tumbler.

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    '66 and '89

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    I like the Nolan tumbler version the best.


    But I have a soft spot for the Keaton one and the 60's one. The town I live in has an automobile museum with several of the Batmobiles from the movies. They don't have the the Tumbler but they do have the 60's one, the Keaton '89 one and one of the cars from the god-awful Schumacher years.
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    The Tumbler's my favourite. Honourable mentions to the Batmobile in Batman (1989) and Batman: The Animated Series.

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    Tough question.

    Norm Breyfogle's Batmobile from Shadow of the Bat.
    The Tumbler
    '66 Batmobile
    '89 Batmobile
    Pulls: Batman, Detective Comics, Star Wars, Crossover, Something is Killing the Children, Flash, Nightwing, Home Sick Pilots, Nice House on the Lake, and Iron Man.
    My runs: Batman #230-, and Detective #424, 427-428, 430-

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    I'm surprised by the amount of love for the Tumbler here. I never cared for it myself. Nothing about it says Bat. It's just a military looking vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixSpeedSamurai View Post
    Tough question.

    Norm Breyfogle's Batmobile from Shadow of the Bat.
    The Tumbler
    '66 Batmobile
    '89 Batmobile
    Is that the Breyfogle one that looked like it could double as a Bat-Spaceship? If so count me in as loving that look, I always wanted a toy of it as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan2099 View Post
    I'm surprised by the amount of love for the Tumbler here. I never cared for it myself. Nothing about it says Bat. It's just a military looking vehicle.
    Yeah I know the tumbler in general is not super well received, but I liked it a lot. Not so much as a batmobile, I just really liked it

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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    Is that the Breyfogle one that looked like it could double as a Bat-Spaceship? If so count me in as loving that look, I always wanted a toy of it as a kid.
    Yes, Corgi made a die-cast of it a bunch of years back, I have it.
    Pulls: Batman, Detective Comics, Star Wars, Crossover, Something is Killing the Children, Flash, Nightwing, Home Sick Pilots, Nice House on the Lake, and Iron Man.
    My runs: Batman #230-, and Detective #424, 427-428, 430-

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