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No matter how many Batman collectibles you own, you’re not truly a fan until you own a licensed, roadworthy replica of the 1966 TV Batmobile.
Brian Cronin looks at the odd quirks surrounding a lawsuit filed against the sole licensed manufacturer of official Batmobile replicas based on the car from the 1960s television series. UPDATED with quotes from Fiberglass Freaks.
A federal judge on Thursday dealt a crippling blow to a custom carmarker, siding with DC Comics in a ruling that declared the Batmobile isn't merely an automobile but "a copyrightable character."
Arizona businessman Rick Champagne shelled out $4.62 million for the customized 1955 Lincoln Futura, the second-highest amount ever paid for a vehicle at the famed Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions.
Legal battle over Batmobile replicas revs up! Thief makes off with 600 X-Men comics in Nebraska! A look at the thriving "Star Wars" franchise! Test-driving Marvel’s Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus more!
Batmobile designers, builders and fans discussed the history of comic and film's most famous vehicle at Comic-Con International during a panel discussing all of the famed car's on-screen incarnations.
Judge declares Batmobile design is protected by copyright! Archie Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit says harassment claims are "completely untrue"! How to bring more female readers to comics! Plus more!