For as long as we have known Bruce Wayne as one of Earth’s greatest superheroes. His arsenal is full of ways to fight the terrible criminals of Gotham, and help protect it as part of Justice League.
The most popular and iconic weapon appreciated by fans worldwide is the Batmobile. The latest cinematic interpretation has found its way to the pages of DC Comics. Zack Snyder’s version of the armored vehicle is now the official comic book canon.
In the latest “A Solitary Man”, Batman investigates the murder of Harold Frank. He goes back to is roots and gets over sadness because of the Catwoman wedding falling apart. As always, Alfred is by his side from the Bat-cave. Snyder’s Batmobile is seen next to his Bat-suits and Robin’s costumes tat are held in a glass case.
The sleek design makes the Batmobile standout, and when it first debuted in 2015’s Batman vs. Spiderman: Dawn of Justice, we saw its durability and how explosive the Batmobile was with missiles, machine guns, and armor. It didn’t survive the collision with Superman, but in 2017’s Justice League, it was back on screen with more to offer to fight off Steppenwolf’s Parademons. Even with all the more weaponry, it still maintained its basic sleek design.
Check out the panel below, where you can see the batmobile in the top left.
We can see several other versions of the famous car in the image as well. The Tim Burton Batmobile (Batman 1989 and Batman Returns 1992) is parked there. Christian Bale’s Tumbler tank is in there, and off to the right, there’s Val Kilmer’s from 1995’s Batman Forever.
He’s obviously got a lot of toys to play with, but we’d love to see Batman driving the Batmobile once more through the streets of Gotham!
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