Batman X Star Wars =

What do you get when you multiply Batman times Star Wars? No, and I don’t mean add. By multiplying him, he rubs off on everything in the universe, as you can see above. Yes, most of the time that just involves putting bat ears and/or a mask on every character, but I think it’s a step up all around, don’t you?

I’d love to shake the hand of the genius who came up with this brilliant mathematical formula, but I don’t know who it is. If you have an idea, let me know so I can see if they’ve bat-i-fied any other franchises besides this one.

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  1. Ryan February 1, 2011
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