Wasting Time in the Bin: Dark and Forgotten Corners of the Batcave
The Batcave is a testament to the years Batman has spent waging his war on Crime, collecting trophies and old tools he seldom uses. It is a vast expanse of tunnels and crevasses, with many pockets and passageways. To date, only a small portion of the objects, oddities, and creations therein have been shown. The Clearance Bin, in an attempt to enlighten its readership, now plunges into the dark corners of The Batcave to explore some of its forgotten treasures....
Bat-Can-Opener. An early addition to Batman's utility belt, since replaced by hand laser.
The OTHER robot dinosaur. The one currently on display is better at impressing visitors.
He doesn't just go on the ground.
Digital music system. For Bat-Dancing.
Crystal skull. He keeps it behind the Arc of the Covenant.
Sometimes, when Alfred's asleep, Batman likes to dress up and pretend he can fly.
Batman likes the penny better, so the giant dime stays in storage. He's asked Two-Face to incorporate a giant nickel and quarter in his next death trap, so he can have a complete set.
A rack, because dangling jewel thieves off rooftops isn't always enough to make them talk.
The secret place where Robin goes to cry.
When he says he's ready for anything, he means it.
Bat-shark-tank for research and development of more effective Bat-shark-repellents.
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