When it comes to Batman, Warner Brothers is certainly very protective of its multi-billion dollar franchise.
Being a big fan of the Batman TV series, it was quite exciting to learn that the original Batmobile was up for sale.
Although many find the TV Batman of the sixties silly, it was the big launching point for many of us in terms of becoming life-long Bat-fans.
Batman first drove his stalwart Batmobile in May of 1939, courtesy of Detective Comics #27.
When Chris Nolan took over the Batman franchise, one of the most interesting changes he made was to the Batmobile.
It's really no surprise that the new Tron TV show will be putting a lot of focus on the vehicles.
Well, we now know what we're doing with the office slush fund this year - buying a real-life jet-powered Batmobile.
The very talented Casey Putsch has built what appears to be the only turbine-powered Batmobile on the planet.