Dad Turns His House into Batman Museum
Chris Weir really likes Batman. While most fans are content with spending hours debating who would win in a fight with Iron Man on the Internet, Weir instead spent $150,000 turning his basement into a Batman museum -- including thousands of comics, posters, statues, and a Shakespeare bust. What does Shakespeare have to do with Batman, you ask? Not much, until you push the bust's head back and press a button ...
No Turkish Batman VHS? This guy isn't a real collector.
... which opens a bookcase ...
By the way, that clock is frozen at the second Batman's parents died, which isn't morbid at all.
... revealing a "Batcave" equipped with Christian Bale's Batman outfit from The Dark Knight, recliners, and a flat screen TV that he, his wife, and his kids use "on a nightly basis to enjoy [their] favorite Batman movies and television shows."
They had a daughter who was given up for adoption when she suggested watching The Avengers.
Yeah, you read that right: On a nightly basis. Those kids probably have more Christopher Nolan dialogue memorized than the human mind was built to withstand. There's a fine line between "lovably nerdy dad" and "psychotic Batman cult," and by God, this dude's gonna find it.
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