Going to See ‘The Batman’? Here’s Some Swag to Get in the Mood

Batman Gift Guide

The Batman hits theaters this week and while we’re all excited to see how Robert Pattinson works the cowl, there is a ton of Bat swag out there for fans in a Gotham state of mind.

From TV’s best interpretations of the DC Comics icon’s universe to toys for the young and the young at heart, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites while we wait for the screenings to commence!

The Batman Gift Guide

The Batman 12-inch Figures

The Bat and the Cat can go at it all day, thanks to Spin Master’s articulated, film-accurate renditions. Batman even comes with expanding wings and so-cool sound effects that activate when you press the Bat-symbol on his chest. (target.com, $9.99-19.99)


The Batman Gift Guide

DC Universe Infinite

This ultimate DC fan destination and digital-comics reader grants you access to over 25,000 comics on iOS, Android and Web devices for $74.99/year or $7.99/month plus sales tax where applicable.

Also, the Batman titles that inspired director Matt Reeves—Batman: Ego and Other TailsBatman #404 (“Batman: Year One Part 1”) and Batman: The Long Halloween #1—are free to read all month. (dcuniverseinfinite.com)

DC Comics' Batmobile

Bruce Wayne’s iconic ride gets The Batman upgrade, complete with a 4-inch figure that tools around with LED engine lights, headlights, and undercarriage residual glow. (target.com, $29.99)

Catwoman: The Hunted DVD

With Zoë Kravitz bringing the feline felon to the big screens, it is now the prime time to hit paws (get it?) and screen this anime-style release that hit shelves last week. The fabulous voice cast includes Elizabeth Gillies (Dynasty) as Catwoman aka Selina Kyle and Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as Batwoman. (bestbuy.com, $24.99)

Batwoman Season 2 DVD

The CW’s superhero show Batwoman found its stride in Season 2 with fresh leading lady Javicia Leslie introducing us to Ryan Wilder, the new caped crusader in town. As Gotham’s best and brightest hope, Ryan rids the city of scum while serving viewers as the inclusive action hero we all need. (amazon.com, $20.99)

Gotham The Complete Series DVD

Like Batwoman, Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham starring Ben McKenzie as a young Jim Gordon really started to rock in Season 2 and then went full Bat-shit crazy in the best way. Loaded with creative twists, reimagined characters from the canon and an ensemble that was simply criminal, this is the show that proved that even the oldest origin stories can inspire true originals. Get it on Blu-ray because the visual style here cannot be beat. (amazon.com, $71.99)

LEGO's 1989 Batman

Inspired by the Tim Burton film that first returned Batman to our screens (thank you, Michael Keaton!), this hard-to-find set will likely take longer than The Batman‘s 3-hour run time to build. With over 3,000 bricks, you might want to call in your own personal Alfred to bring you some snacks. (lego.com, $199.99)

The Riddler T-shirt

It’s 100 percent cotton and 100 percent awesome. This black shirt bears the logo left all over Gotham by the quizzical madman (Colin Farrell) throughout The Batman. Just don’t wear it around the Joker. You know how jealous he gets. Available in S-3XL. (shop.dccomics.com, $25.00)

Justice League Batman Hoodie

Wear your love for Zack Snyder‘s opus in this charcoal grey sweatshirt emblazoned with the symbol of Gotham City’s billionaire vigilante. Also good for overly air-conditioned movie theaters…because let’s face it, you’re going to see The Batman on the big screen. (shop.dccomics.com, $40)

The Batman: The Complete Series

For the very first time, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has dropped the fully-remastered, 65-episode series about a twenty-something Bruce Wayne’s exploits on Blu-ray. It’s a classic, and loaded with tons of new extras. (bestbuy.com, $69.99)