Superhero-inspired motorcycle suits are nothing new, but UD Replicas has taken things to the next level, with their Batman Dawn of Justice design. The jacket and pants feature an outer lycra skin with a black / metallic grey, 3D raised silicone print, while a "flexible anatomical muscle structure is then fused behind the leather." bat chest logo (jacket) is made of form molded leather. The gauntlet fin gloves are made from two-tone injection molded rubber that feature anti-skid palms and an inseam zipper. Last, but not least, the sleek boots feature antique gold, an exposed steel toe, an armored leather shin, all made from 2-mil thick cow hide leather. One caveat: the entire suit, with all components, including a utility belt, will set you back over $3,000. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining the truth behind the iPhone 7 headphone jack removal.
Tim Burton is best known for his dark, gothic and quirky fantasy films such as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas as well as superhero films, like Batman and Batman Returns, all of which combined have grossed over $1-billion worldwide at the box office. It's only a matter of time until we see The Nightmare Before Christmas-style superheroes, or at least artist Andrew Tarusov thinks so. Continue reading to see what nine more superheroes would look like in this dark, gothic animation style.
This may look like a movie set at first, but it's actually Johnny Depp's $12.78-million USD penthouse in Downtown Los Angeles. Nestled in the top floors of the Eastern Columbia Building, this luxurious home spans five condo units that are connected together with doorways the actor added later on to create a seamless living space. However, his real estate agent Kevin Dees of Partners Trust, says that the buyer(s) may patch up the doorways to create separate units again if they desire. Continue reading for more pictures.
Designer Stelios Mousarris used a combination of wood, steel and 3D printing technology to create this stealthy matte black "Wave City" coffee table inspired by Christopher Nolan's "Inception" film. Like its predecessor, this design features a city skyline that appears to fold back onto itself, resting on a sturdy steel frame to keep everything in place. Continue reading for more pictures. Click here for a few bonus behind-the-scenes of Inception images.
You've probably seen, or at least heard, of The Mill's shape-shifting Blackbird rig, but now Top Gear provides us with an up-close look at the high-tech vehicle. Just to recap, Blackbird can extend its length by up to 4-feet and width by 10-inches. Wheels and suspension pieces can also be swapped out to match most chassis designs. Powering everything is an electric motor that can be programmed to match the driving experience of nearly any vehicle, while a camera array and 3D laser scanner are used to generate a virtual model of the surrounding environment. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a few crazy Battlefield 1 glitches.
Auto enthusiast Nigel Mills was caught doing 89 mph (143 km/h) in a DMC-12 on the road, and unfortunately, did not manage to travel back in time. However, he did get stopped by police. "I wasn't trying to time travel. It was at 11am on Sunday and the road was completely clear. I was being prosecuted for going 89mph (143 km/h) in a DeLorean, wasn't something special meant to happen at 88mph (141 km/h)," said Mills. Fortunately, he fought the speeding ticket in court, and had it thrown out after the cops who ticketed him didn't show. Continue reading for a video explaining how to get yourself a brand new DeLorean and for more information.
Transforming an actual DeLorean into the time machine you see in Back to the Future is nothing new, but this auto enthusiast tried to do the same with a Saab 9-3. In addition to the LED lights, you'll find the time travel circuitry and even a faux Flux capacitor in the back, as well as an "OUTATIME" license plate. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
You're not looking at a screengrab from The Hobbit series, but rather Sweden's moss-covered huts at the Kolarbyn Eco-lodge in the Berslagen Forest. Consisting of 12 huts, these small living spaces let you live by candlelight, cooking over an open fire, and sleeping in sheepskin. While each of these huts come equipped with a stove, there are no showers en suite, so guests will have to head for a nearby sauna to bathe. With all that said, it'll only run you about $60 per night. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing the clip that Midway pitched in 1992 to get the license for NBA Jam.
If money is no object, this real Batpod, one of six used in The Dark Knight Rises, could be yours if the price is right. Designd by Nathan Crowley and built by special-effects supervisor Chris Corbould, this unique vehicle features an entirely custom chassis, Hoosier racing tires, and is powered by a Honda 750 engine. Smooth fiberglass body panels are used to cover most the working components, while black foam padding was added for comfort. Should you be the lucky new owner, it comes complete with a metal display stand and a Warner Bros. certificate of authenticity. One caveat: this Batpod is in "rolling-only" mode, as all of its fluids, battery, fuel tank, and throttle controls have been removed for safety purposes. "Well-used on both productions, as well as in the promotion of the films as part of the Warner Bros. archive, the Batpod displays some wear to the body panels and some light corrosion on the chassis, with damage to the left gun mount as a result of use on set," according to the product page. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Southwest Airlines flight attendant who went Looney during an announcement, literally.
If you've always wanted a vehicle from the Bond movies, Tweaked Automotive's Land Rover Defender James Bond "Spectre Edition" is probably your best bet. It was designed to be an exact movie replica, complete with a 4-cylinder turbodiesel engine that produces 165-horsepower, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Now if you want all the hidden gadgets and gizmos, you'll definitely have to pay extra. continue reading for more pictures and information.