I have this sign on the door to my home office/nerd cave. The only drawback is the only place I’ve ever found this sign is at Hobby Lobby. If anyone knows of another place to purchase this, I’d love to hear where.
This is an insanely detailed custom Lego Batcave (look at the way the lower middle portion creates a Batman logo, for example). Can’t imagine how much just this guy spent on bricks, much less the time involved.
This is an amazingly detailed sculpture of the Batcave from the 1966 Batman TV show. measuring 18″ x 14″ x 9″, the sculpture features 16 LED lights to replicate the lighting from the show. The $799.99 price tag is way out of my league, but damn that looks good.
Meh. One of the things about these Lego sets of things like the Batman Classic TV Series Batcave is that there are much, much better custom Lego versions of this. The Batcopter is very nice, though. I don’t see anything in this set that would make me want to part with $270.
Figures Toy CO. is making this retro-style Batman 1966 Playset, featuring a Bat Signal, Bat-computer and Batpole. It is nice to see playsets like this available again, though lets face it, this is mostly going to be bought and played with by 45+ year-old men, not kids like the one in the picture here who is probably thinking “please don’t make me play with 1970s-inspired toys ever again.”
This custom Lego Batcave is crafted out of an estimated 20,000 bricks, and took two friends three months to put together. If it just looked great that one would be one thing, but this also has a series of working mechanical systems that you can see in this Flickr video. Wow.