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DC Comic Cafes Save Nerds From Hunger in Malaysia, Singapore

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 19, 2015

DC Comic Cafes Save Nerds From Hunger in Malaysia, Singapore

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For decades the name DC Comics has stood for iconic characters like Batman and Superman and captivating storylines that features myriad Justice League compatriots. However, in Malaysia, DC may just as well stand for delicious café. directs our attention to a promising post over at Comic Book Resources, which states that there are “two officially licensed DC Comics Super Hero Cafes in Malaysia.”

Now before you book your flight, know that there is one more to open in Singapore as well.

Suddenly the number of cool attractions America can hold over the rest of the world shrinks by three.

Fast Company posted a wealth of images from the cafes, including some of the fantastic fare offered at the various locations.

Here is a sampling thanks to Twitter: 

As for the specifics, the cafes are run by JT Network, which offers a bit more information at its website.

Hungry nerds can demolish their hunger at either the Little Red Cube or the Sunway Putra Mall. As for those in Singapore, Comic Book Resources states that a DC-themed restaurant operated by Kusto Lifestyle Concepts will open on Sept. 1 at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

The website lists some of the treats that will soon be available at that location: “the Aquaman Justice Jumbo Prawn Cocktail, the Superman Man of Steel BBQ Chicken Burrito and, best of all, the Dark Knight Mini Wagyu Beef Burger, complete with a black bun (with the Bat-symbol on top).”

Now various websites seem to be asking the same question: "Why don’t we have something like this in the states?"

Perhaps there is something in the way of licensing that is problematic. Or, what may more be the case, opening a DC Café would essentially annihilate all other cafes around the nation, and that’s just bad for the economy.   

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