You Can Become Vengeance With This Metric Ton Of The Batman Merch

Cool new suit? Check. Very British butler? Check. Lots of angst, trauma, and dead parents? Check, check, and most definitely check. Fan expectations for a new iteration of Batman tend to run the gamut of familiar tropes and traditions, with a whole arsenal of Batarangs, Batmobiles, and other fancy toys at his disposal to help protect crime-ridden Gotham City. If you guessed that this entire preamble was leading to a painfully stretched segue about how you, too, could own a plethora of Batman toys yourself, then clearly I've become a tragically predictable writer in my old age. In all seriousness, the release of a superhero movie with as much anticipation as "The Batman" inevitably means no shortage of accompanying merchandise marketed towards every possible demographic. Yes, on one hand the violence and uncomfortably real-world inspirations would seem to make this film intended for mature audiences only ... but on the other, I mean, have you seen how adorable Robert Pattinson's Batman looks as a Funko POP?

Batman-themed action figures, fashion lines, McFarlane collectibles, and more are all descending upon stores (and internet retailers) near you in partnership with the upcoming "The Batman." Read on and get a taste of all those dark, gritty, and uber-serious goodies to come.

Bat-Merch Returns

Holy merchandise, Batman! If you thought Bat-branded Oreos would be the end of the shameless marketing tie-ins surrounding this movie, then think again. Screen Rant has an exclusive look at a number of Spin Master Batman figures and Batmobile toys, many of which give even closer and more detailed looks at the suits, characters, and vehicles featured in the film. Parent company WarnerMedia, meanwhile, has divulged an avalanche of toys, clothing, accessories, collectibles, and more in the lead-up to the release of "The Batman."

First up, Gotham comes to Saks Fifth Avenue with "apparel from EleVen by Venus Williams, Maison Labiche, and Lanvin as well as accessories, beauty products, toys and collectibles. The exclusive merchandise collection will also be available to shop online on" For the more glamorous Bat-fans among us, this will be made available at select stores on March 2, 2022, and online on March 15, 2022. I could've singled out any number of high-end fashion in this line, but I'm mostly taken by this goofy little Batmobile hat by Lanvin. What I'm saying is, I would totally buy this.

There's also a new line of Rubies adult and children's costumes, featuring both Batman and Zoë Kravitz's Selina Kyle/Catwoman. According to the release, "Rubies is pleased to debut a selection of new, officially licensed adult and children's costumes in celebration of "The Batman." Outfits inspired by Batman and Selina Kyle (Catwoman) are available for preorder now and will ship by late February. Additional accessories, as well as costumes based on The Riddler and Batman costumes for pets, will launch in time for Halloween." This outfit is worn by a child who is simply way too happy to convincingly conjure up images of Robert Pattinson's moody, emo take on the character ... but we'll let that faux pas slide, for now.

Finally, McFarlane Toys is releasing three new figures for Batman, Catwoman, and Paul Dano's Riddler, all available for $19.99 and with plenty more figures and statues to come. I have nothing clever to say here — this just looks pretty cool!

All told, you can check out additional merchandise at, and more.

"The Batman" comes to theaters on March 4, 2022.