Batman & Robin Roadster

Batman & Robin Roadster

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Keep up the great work, they look neat and a TON of work to do. We redid one of the TV series batmobile years ago for Daryl Starbird, to tour in his car show, it was a lot of work but a blast to do. Thanks for some fond memories. An d to the bat cave robin mix up some more fiberglas!!
Truman Lewis on 11/12/2009 3:31:26 PM
Eh. The only truly cool Batmobile was the one from the TV series. The Tumbler's ok, but the rest of the new ones look ridiculous.
Cowcharge on 10/17/2009 10:56:02 PM
Waste of money, & a waste of time.
Dark Knight Detective on 5/2/2009 6:30:28 PM
Those back wings are horrible. Completely unpractical. Batman would never settle for that.
Anonymous on 4/22/2009 10:37:07 AM
Is it just me, or there's just no windshield to this car? Considering the fact that it's jet powered and supposed to go really fast, batman would have quite a trouble driving it :P
Vic on 4/20/2009 8:52:46 AM
Just who on Earth gave this God awful pile of garbage the green light?
Dark Knigh Detective on 3/22/2009 3:46:13 PM
This car is completely ridiculous. He might as well have been driving around in a giant penis.

Like the film, it's garish, illogical and completely out of touch with the mood of Batman that had been established in the comic books and what people wanted at the time. Also the lack of cockpit and the holes in the body work makes it look unfinished.

If Clooney was being directed by Burton he would have been a good Batman. This was awful and illustrates exactly why the next Batman film was a new begining.
Slow Learner on 2/11/2009 5:37:53 AM
God, what an ugly car! You people thought that the Kilmer Mobile, well take a look at this one & tell me that it's beautiful. What a waste of production!
Michael Keaton Fan Man on 1/29/2009 11:07:38 AM
Well, you can't say it's not a cool car.

However, they obviously tried too hard to get this "ultimate Batmobile".
It's too overdone, more cartoon-like in a realistic world you could say.
Like the turning "turbine"-thing in the front, it's only for show and kinda childish.
It's like for the Joel Shumacher movies they had to be like extra long or stretched to look "even cooler" or something.
But this one is kind of ridiculously shaped and all.
I like the pictures where there lights are off best, when it looks more like just black with silver/metal.

I think my favorite (of the long ones) is the one (or are the ones?) for the first two movies though, I mean the ones with Michael Keaton.
They're not too overdone, not with oversized wings on them which have no purpose.
MicHaeL H. on 10/3/2008 5:00:07 PM
anyone know if someone is producing this as a kit yet or not? if so what are they asking ball park?
luthor_blackstone on 8/30/2008 7:13:10 PM
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