This Arkham Knight suit looks ready for bat-battle, and it was made on a 3D printer. Cosplayer Crimson Coscrafts teamed up with Graphix Monster for the incredible build and photographer Lucas Ambrosio brought life and lighting to the awesome suit.

See Also: 3D Printed Arkham Origins Batman Armor

Check out the cosplay in all it’s glory after the break.

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batman tattoo upgrade

It’s not quite as clever as this one, but it’s definitely a more dramatic upgrade.

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real life bat kid

We all know about BatKid Miles here in the states, but now there’s a new BatKid in the UK who’s a real life superhero.

Five-year-old Zavi Ahmed was in a Tesco parking lot with his mom and brother when One-year-old Iris Adamski accidentally got locked in her grandmother’s VW Beetle. Her grandmother was desperate for help and called the police. However, they were unable to fit inside the car after breaking a window.

Enter Zavi who was, awesomely enough, dressed as Batman for the day (his little brother had dressed as Superman. Extra cool points to their mom). Due to his small size, and heroic valor, Ravi was able to climb into the broken window and get the keys, thereby saving the day and the fair maiden.

When asked for comment on his heroic act, Ravi answered “I always feel like a superhero but that day was special.”

My hero.

(via The Daily Mirror)


French artist Christophe Guinet specializes in recreating familiar objects with flowers and other organic materials. His most recent project is a Batman cowl made with a foam mold covered in tree bark, vegetal moss, lichen and fungus. As you can see it’s actually wearable.

What are you?

I am Grootman.

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Well screw you guys! I’m going to start my own club! Gonna be like two movies max before we dive right in! We’ll catch up quick—you’ll see!

“Super Exclusive Club” is new in our Nerd Approved Shirt Store! Check out a close up of the design after the break…

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bat dress

Is the title of this sweater dress a Backstreet Boys reference? I’m going to ignore that. Also, you should ignore the fact that I picked up on the reference.

All you need to know is that this Bat Dress is vengeance…and the night…and whatnot.

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Batman and Killer Croc battle it out on this awesome pair of hand painted hi-tops by Geektrooper. This particular pair is a custom job for a very special Batman fan, but he’s also made custom painted shoes for Star Wars Rebels, Vanessa Marshall and others.

See more pictures after the break.

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Black Milk has launched a line of football-style jerseys inspired by Harry Potter, Batman, Harley Quinn, The Killing Joke and more. The Touchdown jerseys are made polyester, and they’re unisex.

Wow, I’d love to see Hogwarts take on Gotham in some sort of football/Quidditch mashup game.

Check out some more jerseys after the break…

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Cosplayer Julian Checkley is pictured here in what may be the most incredible Batman cosplay ever. He decided to create the outfit in honor of the Batman video games, specifically Batman’s look in Arkham Orgins.

The armor is 3D printed and it includes a working fireball gauntlet, folding batarangs, and a wrist computer that displays sonar pings. The 3D printing was done by Kevin LeProp with photos by Kamil Krawczak.

See more pictures and video of the gauntlet in action after the break.

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This version of Voltron will defend the nerd-verse against all evils. Vehicles from Doctor Who, Batman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters and Back to the Future combine to become the ultimate nerd defender.

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