9 Places To Enjoy Batman V Superman Around The World
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This week Batman squabbles with Superman, which means it’s time to root around for your old comics or get on out and reinvigorate that love of all things world’s finest.
What follows are just a few places where you can go to truly appreciate two of the best comic book heroes ever imagined.
While Batman is clearly a more nuanced character that has led to far better received movies, there is plenty of room for you Superman fans to rejoice as well.
Now this list contains a few spots around the world where you can get you geek on, but we would still love to hear any stores, museums or cafes you particularly enjoy.
As we previously reported, there are a couple cafes lurking in Malaysia that feature the kind of comic book whimsy you might expect from a theme park.
If you are ever in the area you can enjoy fare infused with Batman logos and Superman color schemes.
Pop culture enthusiasts can take a deep dive into Warner Bros. Productions at the studio tour, which includes the usual romps through the backlots.
However, things get super geeky in an awesome way when you tour the various costumes and props used in a variety of Batman movies.
If you live in a town called Metropolis it makes perfect sense that you would dedicate space to the legendary Superman.
The museum is essentially a walk through Jim Hambrick’s life obsession, which includes over 20,000 Superman items.
It’s like you died and traveled back to the time when you used to visit your childhood friend with all the cool toys.
Anyone who has ever wasted a few hours assembling a miniature Lego set will appreciate the massive sculpture featured at this museum until May 1, 2016.
The Art of The Brick features myriad DC Comics characters, combining the majesty of two iconic brands.
There is something so refreshing about a museum dedicated to the cartoon and comic book arts. This is that haven that has regular exhibits for visitors to explore.
If there is a comic you crave to own, chances are fairly great that you will find it at one of its three locations.
Or, for those that are stuck at home, there is an extensive online store.
This comic book Mecca has been in operation since 1977 and boasts far more than just comic books, because it also offers memorabilia and other fare.
Sadly, this Mecca for all things cartoon and comics closed its doors temporarily last year. However, its website continues to offer hope with a potential new location.
This is unfortunately another museum that is in transition at the moment – although things are optimistic in its regard.
As you can see on the website, the collection of awesome superhero items were too great for its previous location.
Officials hope to have a bigger and better museum for fans later this year or in 2017.
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