Most comic book fans know Batman's home away from home, the Batcave, is located under stately Wayne Manor in New Jersey, but someone is spending $2 million to have a version built in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The 12,000-square-foot private home will have an exact replica of the Dark Knight's underground lair, complete with a 180-inch film screen, a batcomputer, a private elevator, bookshelves that slide open with the pull of a secret book to reveal a life-size replica of the Batmobile Tumbler and its own secret tunnel exit. And what Batcave wouldn't be complete without its own batsuits, six of them in fact.
"Personally, I'm a huge Batman fan and with a background in CG animation, we were able to finish up the design within a couple of weeks. Before starting, I told this particular client we'd do the design as long as he promised to buy the home theater seating from us -- which he did," said Elite Home Theater Seating CEO Bobby Bala.
The new Batcave won't be completed until later in November. If you can't imagine what a Batcave would look like, check out the mockup above! Can't wait!!!