The Dark Knight’s Tumbler is Here!!!

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If you have $1.6 Million to spare then this is what you should do it, build your own Tumbler. A machine like no other, who wouldn’t be intimidated with this machine in its rear view mirror. I wonder how people would react to it on the streets. I’m assuming that this machine wouldn’t be built proof like Batman’s but it would still be a machine to be afraid of. This bueatiful creation is built by Team Galag, their name is hilarious, and surprisingly it is street legal.

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The DC Comics inspired machine is packed with a 6.2 liter V8 engine, and can hit a top speed of 100 miles per hour. And this machine is going to be driven by one lucky guy in Copenhagen for Gumball. Now that is an exotic machine, the Hoosiers are probably the only tires that fit this machine. Now the only thing left is to get the Bat Cave to fill with the rest of Batman’s machines.

Link: HiConsumption

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Batman – 1989 Batmobile

There is no arguing how iconic the original Tim Burton-era Batman was, and what the Batmobile meant to us back then. And this was revived with Christoper Nolan’s interpretation of Batman turning him into the dark and gritty super hero that he is. The new Batmobile is a monster machine indeed but there is no denying the beauty of the Michael Keaton’s machine. And this one is developed by Side Show Collectibles with the utmost details.

At 39 inches it’s well over three feet long (Approximately 1 meter), making the collectible a 1/6th-scale version of the original. And at that size there’s plenty of room to pack in the details like working lighting, a dashboard full of miniature instruments and dials, removable machine guns, and even the cocoon armor that everyone wishes their car had. I honestly couldn’t resist it and placed the a preorder on it through AlterEgoComics since they are a fantastic company to deal with for all types of Collectibles and Models. Now I just have to wait until 2013 to find a place for this lovely machine.

Link: AlterEgoComics


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Review: Inception

In a world where technology exists to enter the human mind through dream invasion, a single idea within one’s mind can be the most dangerous weapon or the most valuable asset.

From the Director of Batman Begins and The Dark Night comes Inception, all thought up in Christoper Nolan’s noggin. A very crazy movie that bends your mind and unexpected script with amazing actors, its not what I expected since I didn’t have any expectations going into the movie. Christoper Nolan has came through with another break through again, an unexpected summer blockbuster, I love that the trailers don’t say much, for once some movies are leaving you with space to be surprised, and this movie was exciting to say the least. Its a thrill ride of a movie, its The Matrix meets Oceans Eleven, trying to do the impossible in world where nothing is impossible, and the ending was fantastic, you don’t know the definite ending but you leave excited and satisfied.

Link: IMDB
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