Images The Illustrated History of the Batmobile Nat B 6 years ago 7 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article Click to enlarge I don’t think we really need an accompanying paragraph here do you? Nah. Just feel free to comment away. This thing is awesome. Photo H/T Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts A Gallery of 20 Humorous Game Glitches Paul January 14, 2015 20 Unforgettable PC Case Mods Nat B January 6, 2015 Spotting Nintendo on the Streets: 15 Pictures of Nintendo Graffiti Nat B January 8, 2015 Bioshock 2’s “Big Sister” Every Bit as Terrifying as You’d Think Paul March 11, 2009 Why Celebrities Will Never be as Iconic as They Used to be Paul March 12, 2009 Pictures That Don’t Exactly Portray the Proper Image of Spiderman Nat B January 13, 2015 About The Author Nat B More from this Author Nat is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Uncoached Corporation and all its properties. He loves television, movies, fitness, playing piano, and writing articles worth reading. Follow him on Twitter @nathanielberman Mojo awesome. all it needs is the Batmobile from the Dark Knight Returns Marc Where the one from Batman Beyond? jaromir Still love the “89” movie version, BTAS and the Detective comics of 2008 are nice. jgifos And yet again, you find something half a year late and post it on here. You’re like a foreign country, completely behind the times of where America’s at. JohnPaul But, Batman sucks though. 🙁 Yeah I agree with jgifos, I used to think this website was the shit until I realised it was basically sucking the life out of all the other decent websites. This website is typically first on the list for bumping to the more decent websites, pretty much only functioning as a search engine. And your love of Pokémon is really fucking disturbing and frankly, pisses me off. Each to their own, though. b003 Tumbler rules! Better be back in the next one. Brian The Tumbler in Batman Begins: The Dark Knight had 44″ Super Swampers on the rear only. The front tires were actually Hoosier DT-3’s (or similar) that are used as the right rear tire on dirt Sprint Cars that race on short tracks throughout the US, Canada, Australia, and South Africa.