Get a First Look at New Merch from ‘The Batman’

Coming out of the record-breaking DC FanDome, DC and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have officially revealed a plethora of must-have products featuring characters and vehicles from Matt Reeves’ reboot of The Batman. After the jump, see what companies like McFarlane Toys, LEGO, and Hot Wheels will have to offer when The Batman hits theaters in 2022.

While these sets were leaked some time ago, LEGO has revealed official looks at three sets from The Batman. Some of the descriptions can be spoiler-y so consider this your warning before proceeding!

Additionally, LEGO’s more premium “Technic” line is making available a 1,300+ piece set of the Batmobile that looks absolutely breathtaking.

LEGO’s The Batman collection is available for preorder exclusively at

Speaking of the Batmobile, Mattel isn’t entirely out of The Batman game since Hot Wheels has revealed a 1:10 scale R/C replica of Batman’s newest vehicle, featuring epic remote-control performance with authentic details and movie-like sculpts.

This Ultimate Edition Batmobile features movie accurate graphics, LED lights, smoke and flame FX from both the hood and the rear, detailed exterior and interior, a Batcave inspired plinth, and a poseable Batman figure behind the wheel.

If you have $500 burning a hole in your pocket, the Ultimate Edition Batmobile is available to purchase via Mattel’s official site for delivery in July. When it arrives, you too can react like Collin Farrell’s Oswald Cobblepot:

“Haha… I got you! I got YOU!”

For more affordable The Batman collectibles, McFarlane Toys’ DC Multiverse line will have plenty of options in the toy aisle of your favorite big box retailer. Their wave of The Batman action figures are set to debut in January and will feature 7-inch figures of Batman, Catwoman, and Riddler, plus an in-scale Batcycle for R-Batz to ride.

If you’re looking to spend more than $20 for a Batman or Riddler on your shelf, McFarlane is also releasing a pair of The Batman statues, created with direct input from the filmmakers as part of the toy manufacturer’s revival of the DC Direct brand.

Each highly detailed resin statue will be showcased in DC Direct-themed collector box packaging and cost under $200. They are expected to ship in April.

In addition to all of The Batman merch, DC has also announced a slew of exclusives, limited-edition merch, and more coming out of FanDome. In fact, the DC Shop offers more than 60 exclusive DC FanDome 2021 graphics with the potential for fans to choose from more than 270 different products.

So unless there’s “Something in the Way,” this is your best chance to stock up on exclusive DC merchandise and more from The Batman before the movie hits theaters in March 2022.