Jan 192015
Batmobile Baby Stroller Is Every Nerdy Parent’s Dream

For as long as wife Maressa has known her husband Josh, he has been a huge Batman fan. As a surprise to Josh, Maressa asked the nerdy DIY masters at Awe Me to make a one of a kind Batman item that he and their young son can share together. Awe Me decided to make a sick baby stroller inspired by the Batmobile Tumbler from Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series. So much win!


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Dec 242014
Bane Cat Sings Silent Night

Bane Cat is of course the evil feline version of Bane, Batman’s arch nemesis. But even Bane Cat celebrates Christmas. See sings a very evil version of Silent Night in this humorous holiday video by BloodBlitz that has gone viral this Christmas. Merry Christmas. 

And don’t worry, no people or cats were harmed in the making of this video. 


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Jun 102014
Mark Hamill Does Joker And Luke Skywalker Dialogue

With Disney’s new Star Wars films coming up, Mark Hamill has entered the spot light again. While Hamill is most famous for playing the role of Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy, most people are unaware that he is also famous for offering the voice for the Joker in the Batman animated series. 

While chatting with Hamill at Disney’s Star Wars Weekends 2014, the host asked Hamill to merge his two roles into one dialogue, and have the Joker tell Luke that he is his father. Naturally, this clip has instantly gone viral in the nerd world with over 600,000 views in less than a week. 


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Jun 102014
BaneCat Episode 2

Remember BaneCat? The hilarious merging of the Dark Knight villain Bane and a cat instantly went viral two months ago, and stands with over 5 million hits! Now, BloodBlitz, the creator of BaneCat, has finally returned with the much anticipated second episode


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May 102014
How To Make A Homemade Batman ‘Batarang’

One of Batman‘s coolest tools is his bat-shaped stars known as the Batarang. Every nerd wishes they could wield the sweet bat-stars, but where can one acquire an authentic Batarang? They aren’t really easy to come by. Super how-to nerd Grant Thompson had an old table-saw blade that he was replacing, and realized its superhero potential. With a little hard work, he was able to create five super sweet Batarangs, each with a different Batman design. Awesome. 


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