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Batman’s New Car: The Nightclimber

Batman's New Car: The Nightclimber Batman's New Car: The Nightclimber

 

First off, the idea that Lucius Fox would just have Wayne Enterprises create an entire room full of automatic 3d printers to make Batman’s gadgets and automobiles is genius. It’ll do away with explaining how the workers or engineers didn’t know they were building stuff for Batman. This goes a long way in keeping Bruce Wayne’s secret identity intact. And build things fast too!

 

Batman's New Car: The Nightclimber Batman's New Car: The Nightclimber Batman's New Car: The Nightclimber Batman's New Car: The Nightclimber

 

So we don’t know what it looks like in car mode, and we know it can climb walls. I’m getting a mental picture of that machine Batman had in the Justice League movie – the one they used in their first meeting with Steppenwolf. In the last panel we get to see the Nightclimber in its flying mode.

From – Batman Vol. 3 #86

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  1. It kinds me of what Dick once said. Bruce does not believe in flying over gotham as he does because gotham keeps changing at every second of every moment. He likes to be on the streets because that’s where the fight is and that’s where he can see the next move the city is going to make against him. But dick believes that despite the changing nature of this city, flying allows him to look at it with a different angle or something.

    It’s kind of heartbreaking to see him adopting dick’s attitude towards flying after his son is not there to do so anymore. Truly heart wrenching…

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