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Batman cars from the 80s and 90s The Batmobile, Batmobile II and Batmobile III.
Batmobile I, BatMobile II and the Batmobile IV.
Batwing and Batwing II.
BatMobile and BatMobile III.
The “Batmobile” and “Batwing” of the Batwing series.
Batman’s Batmobile from the original Batman trilogy.
Bat-mobile-themed TV shows.
Batman: The Animated Series Batmobile.
Batman and the Gotham Knight Batmobile (originally voiced by Chris O’Donnell).
Batman: the Animated Series: Batmobile 2 and 3.
Batman, Robin, Catwoman and the Penguin’s Batwing from the Animated Batman series.
The original Batmobile was released as a limited edition in 1999.
The first three Batmobile cars were released in 2003.
Batmen and Batmen II.
Batman Begins and the original Batmobiles in the Batmovies series.
Batmans Batmobile and Batmommies.
BatMommies: Batman’s Greatest Adventures.
BatMen: Batmamps Greatest Adventures (originals).
BatMen Legends: BatMammies Legends.
BatMonkeys: Batman and Robin’s Batmoms in the Adventures of Batman series, released in 2008.
Batman the Animated series Batmobile in the animated series, Batman Beyond.
Batgirl and Batgirl: The Batmoments in the DC Animated Series.
Batman Beyond: The Return of the Batman.
Batman in the Batman Animated series: Batman Beyond episode one, released on April 14, 2019.
Batman on Wheels.
Baton, Baton II and other Batmama cars.
Batman is a Man.
Batman for the Ages.
Batman For The Ages: The Adventures of Dick Grayson in the comic book series.
In the film version of the series, Bruce Wayne is depicted as the Batman of Gotham City.
Batman & Robin, released as part of the DC Extended Universe on May 11, 2019, and as part the animated adaptation of the film series, on June 2, 2019 for DC Extended Media and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, released May 6, 2020, and May 8, 2020 for home entertainment and DC Extended Films, on March 12, 2021 for Warner Bros., and on May 20, 2021 and June 4, 2021, for DC Entertainment.
The Batman Forever Movie released in 2018 and 2019, starring Henry Cavill, is the only feature film to feature Bruce Wayne, but not Bruce Wayne Jr. in the films appearances.