Gadgets from Bruce Wayne

Batman Stainless Steel Revolving Ring, Kryptonite Ring

Officially Licensed. Featuring Batman. Stainless Steel. Approximately 3/8" wide
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Batman needs to be prepared for any scenario the DC universe throws at him, and Superman gone bad is probably problem numero uno. Hidden in a lead-lined container so that no prying x-ray eyes can take a peek, the ring is always on Batman’s person. If need be he can quickly slip it on should he feel the need to give someone who is practically a God a practical smack in the mouth.
Gadgets from Bruce Wayne

Batman Bola Bullet Vehical Dark Knight Collection

With Launching Bola Snare. Rare toy from the 90's
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Batman’s bolas are made up of a composite nylon cord. Strong, light and flexible, the bolas make excellent neutralisation weapons. They can be used to stop a criminal from escaping by wrapping around their feet. This can be followed by an electric charge that Batman activates via his gloves.
Gadgets from Bruce Wayne

Batman's utility belt

Each of the ten pouches or cylinders contains various tools integral to Batman's war on crime, with the cylinders being interchangeable with each other. Through the years, Batman has modified the contents of his belt to accommodate various crime-fighting scenarios.
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The Utility Belt is the iconic storage device used to house most of Batman's Gadgets like the Batarang. The exact contents of this belt are not known because Batman usually changes it to suit his needs. His uncanny ability to carry unusually appropriate tools is legendary. Batman's enemies are especially interested in the utility belt as they believe it will give them an advantage over him, but the belt's pockets are locked and only Batman knows how to open them. Occasionally, the utility belt is depicted as having defense mechanisms such as electric shock or stun gas in order to prevent tampering.
Gadgets from Bruce Wayne

Batcomputer

The Batcomputer is the fictional computer system used by comic book superhero Batman. It is located in the Batcave.
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Often used as the centerpiece for the entire Batcave, Batman’s supercomputer (aptly named the Batcomputer) stands tall and is as massive as its computing capabilities. The computer is not just large, but is said to be one of the most powerful human-made computers in existence. While there are other, better computers using Kryptonian, Thanagarian, and Martian technology, Batman’s supercomputer is still extremely capable at processing and computing extremely complex information and data.
Places from Bruce Wayne

Wayne Manor

Wayne Manor is a fictional American mansion appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. It is the personal residence of Bruce Wayne, who is also the superhero Batman. The residence is depicted as a large mansion on the outskirts of Gotham City and is maintained by the Wayne family's butler, Alfred Pennyworth. While the earliest stories showed Bruce Wayne buying the house himself, by the 1950s at the latest, retroactive continuity established that the manor had belonged to the Wayne family for several generations. Along with serving as a personal residence, the mansion sits above the Batcave, which Batman uses as his secret headquarters. The vast majority of DC Comics references place Wayne Manor just outside of Gotham City in the state of New Jersey. The manor acts as a home base and representation of Bruce's old wealth life, despite matching the Gothic architecture present in Gotham. For live-action films, English country house locations in Nottinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Buckinghamshire, as well as Stevenson Taylor Hall in New York, have been used to depict Wayne Manor.
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As far as mansions go Wayne Manor is up there with the best of them. The sprawling property has multiple bedrooms and bathrooms along with large areas to entertain guests for one of Wayne's many charity functions. Although Gotham is a fictional city, most believe it's based on New York, with Wayne residing in an area similar to modern day New Jersey. With the internet generally believing Wayne Manor would retail for around $32 million, you'd probably be looking at somewhere in the region of $30,000 a month to maintain the same living conditions as Wayne, and that's not including the cost of the Batcave.
Places from Bruce Wayne

Batcave

The Batcave is a subterranean location appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. It is the headquarters of the superhero Batman, whose secret identity is Bruce Wayne, consisting of caves beneath his personal residence, Wayne Manor.
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The Batcave serves as Batman's command center, where he monitors all crisis points in Gotham City and the world. It is often located underneath Wayne Manor and is part of a large subterranean group of caverns.
Cuisine from Bruce Wayne

Chicago-style pizza

Chicago-style pizza is pizza prepared according to several different styles developed in Chicago. The most famous is deep-dish pizza. The pan in which it is baked gives the pizza its characteristically high edge which provides ample space for large amounts of cheese and a chunky tomato sauce. Chicago-style pizza may be prepared in deep-dish style and as a stuffed pizza.
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Bruce Wayne has enough money to buy any pizza in the world. However, there is nothing that beats the taste of a classic cheese pizza. The Chicago Deep Dish is a sinful splurge. All those years in Gotham City, he is bound to know all the best pizza places. I wish he was in my squad.
Cuisine from Bruce Wayne

Black Manhattan

The Black Manhattan recipe, featured in Philip Greene's new book The Manhattan was created by bartender Todd Smith
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Gotham may be an amalgam of New York and Chicago (though the comics actually put the city in Jersey), but the Black Manhattan is the clearest representation of the Bat’s shadowy city in drink form. Darkened with amaro in lieu of sweet vermouth, the murky variation on the classic Manhattan is perfect for a moody hero like Batman, who knows the bitter taste of life and appreciates strong stirred drinks.
Fashion from Bruce Wayne

Rubie's Men's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batman Gauntlets , Black

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In an interview for Jim Steranko's History of the Comics: Vol. One, Finger described in detail, the extent of his suggestions about the costume. He felt the original character (The Bat-Man) looked too much like Superman with a mask and bat-wings. He recommended replacing the Da Vinci-inspired wings with a cape, giving him gloves, and changing the character's bodysuit from red to grey.
Fashion from Bruce Wayne

Brunello Cucinelli Formal Derby Laces-Ups In Cordovan

Formal derby in cordovan
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If Wayne's wearing a $5,000 Italian suit then there's no doubting his shoes will be just as luxurious. He most likely owns a different pair to match each suit, preferring handmade Italian brands such as Brunello Cucinelli, A. Testoni and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Fashion from Bruce Wayne

Batman The Dark Knight Rises Adult Batman Costume, Black, X-Large: Clothing

Rubie's Costume Batman The Dark Knight Rises Adult Batman Costume, Black, X-Large: Clothing
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In a world where superheroes now have some major alterations to their costume in almost every film, it seems unlikely that the design of the Batman in Christopher Nolan’s classic trilogy would go untouched from 2008’s The Dark Knight to 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises. And yet, that’s exactly what happened, because you don’t mess with what works. Christian Bale’s Bat-suit is exactly the same between the two movies, something that makes sense in terms of how they found a design that worked perfectly for them and makes sense given that Bruce quit being Batman in the interim of the two.
Fashion from Bruce Wayne

Batman The Dark Knight Rises Full Batman Mask, Black, One Size

Batman The Dark Knight Rises Full Batman Mask, Black, One Size: Clothing
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At the same time, this is definitely one of the most realistic portrayals of Batman. There’s little dramatic flair to the costume (other than that it is one), and it’s instead one of the most utilitarian versions of the Batman ever made. Just too bad it can’t block knives.
Fashion from Bruce Wayne

Batman Armor in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

Ultra-realistic wearable Armored Batsuit Costume
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The bat-suit Bruce Wayne used in "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice."