Men fear most what they cannot see.

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daily-superheroes:

Batman by Alex Rosshttp://daily-superheroes.tumblr.com

eternalecho:

NANANANANANANANA Batman!

youngjusticer:

Childhood and adulthood favorites.
Group Shot, by Dave Rapoza.

youngjusticer:

Childhood and adulthood favorites.

Group Shot, by Dave Rapoza.

dopebethehype:

so dope.

dopebethehype:

so dope.

ron-guyatt:

The Batmobile - Batman: The Animated Series
My inspiration for the series came from the origins and introduction of Batman at the end of the Era of Art Deco in 1939. Art Deco is something that I feel is deeply ingrained in Gotham and the Batman Universe!The three cars of focus here were my introduction into Batman and inevitably DC and the comics universe in general! I did not get into Batman through comics, books or games, I became a fan through TV and Film. My first introduction to Batman was from the 1960’s Television series and watching reruns on antenna. Adam West’s Batmobile was my first intro into Batman and made me curious to see 1989’s Batman!I loved the Art Deco Stylings of Gotham City in Tim Burtons take, but these films were not enough. When Batman: The Animated Series came out and my dad showed it to me I was hooked!It was Retro - Futuristic, Dark and Gritty with a bit of mystery. That is what I hope to convey with these posters and hopefully what you take away as a viewer.
Personal Website - Ron GuyattPurchase My Art - Etsy | Society6 | NuvangoFollow Me - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Deviant Art

ron-guyatt:

The Batmobile - Batman: The Animated Series

My inspiration for the series came from the origins and introduction of Batman at the end of the Era of Art Deco in 1939. Art Deco is something that I feel is deeply ingrained in Gotham and the Batman Universe!

The three cars of focus here were my introduction into Batman and inevitably DC and the comics universe in general! I did not get into Batman through comics, books or games, I became a fan through TV and Film. My first introduction to Batman was from the 1960’s Television series and watching reruns on antenna. Adam West’s Batmobile was my first intro into Batman and made me curious to see 1989’s Batman!I loved the Art Deco Stylings of Gotham City in Tim Burtons take, but these films were not enough. When Batman: The Animated Series came out and my dad showed it to me I was hooked!
It was Retro - Futuristic, Dark and Gritty with a bit of mystery. That is what I hope to convey with these posters and hopefully what you take away as a viewer.

Personal Website - Ron Guyatt
Purchase My Art - Etsy | Society6 | Nuvango
Follow Me - Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Deviant Art

myleatherjacketismybestfriend:

FIREWORKS THAT LOOKS LIKE THE BAT SIGNAL! AHHH!

myleatherjacketismybestfriend:

FIREWORKS THAT LOOKS LIKE THE BAT SIGNAL! AHHH!

fuckyeah1990s:

idk, heres a photo of McDonald’s French Fries Containers from the 1995 film Batman Forever. like i dont know why im posting this.

fuckyeah1990s:

idk, heres a photo of McDonald’s French Fries Containers from the 1995 film Batman Forever. like i dont know why im posting this.

(via dcu)

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savingcastiel:


dbriere:

gurrenlogon:

LITERALLY JUST PASSED BATMAN



No one’s above the law
Not even Batman

savingcastiel:

dbriere:

gurrenlogon:

LITERALLY JUST PASSED BATMAN

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No one’s above the law

Not even Batman

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inked-virtue:

dxcade:

DO U EVEN LIFT MR WAYNE

Literal burn

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nevver:

Got Bat?
sarahsherlock:

First art of 2014. Happy how it turned out.!

sarahsherlock:

First art of 2014. Happy how it turned out.!