Wardrobe test, unknown individual in costume.
wardrobe test photo, unknown individual in costume.
Grapling hook separated from the spring-action reel device.
speagun illustration, has a folding handle for yanking.
Anton Furst grappling hook illustration.
Incorrectly referred to as "speargun" in some marketing materials, due to John Evans
erroneously referring to it by that name in interviews.
Unused Batmobile communicator, the prop was much simplified to save money.
Hot Toys belt prototype closeup.
Cowl closeup in promotional photoshoot with purple background with normal lighting and film, photographer unknown.
On-set photo of Batmobile emergence reenactment for publicity by Zade Rosenthal
Keaton during a fitting for one of Steve Wang
's unused cowl designs.
with unidentified individual prepping gloss before molding one of the screen used Keaton cowls.
Combat stuntuit (worn by Dave Lea) photo Jack Pedota "Avantography".
Grappling hook pistol was altered slightly, most notably with chrome piece in the handle.
New compact version of zip-line device.
Batman Returns utility belt.
Utility belt colorcoded chemical capsules.
Super-batarang in comic adaptation.
Glider cape in comic adaptation.
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