The BatmobileNumber one. I'm not sure I even need to expand here. I mean, there's pretty much no cooler made-up set of wheels or wings out there. Batman had a different batmobile for every mood. This car could pretty much do whatever Batman needed it to do whenever he needed it done. And we're talking super-specific stuff. Like, what if he needed a car that could ski down a mountain on a moment's notice? No prob, he just so happened to bring the one that had the skis in the wheel wells... you know... thank goodness he is always thinking ahead. What if he'd brought the one where the tires turn into inflatable rafts? How would he get out of the way of the avalanche then? Although, you know, BATMAN. I'm sure he would have figured something out.
- 2You have to hand it to anyone who would not only paint their van themselves, but call it an actual Mystery Machine. Which brings up the question, did these guys get paid for their services? Why advertise like that if you aren't going to charge the poor Bed & Breakfast lady for getting rid of that crotchety (yet, surprisingly inventive and committed) old caretaker who really, really wanted her real estate? They drove around (nice color choices, but sadly, no half-naked space chicks with guitars) in their aqua-red-green van visiting a vast assortment of vacation spots (where did they get the money for all these vacations?) and aunts, uncles and cousins... I'm not sure who, exactly, they were advertising TO. In any event, the Mystery Machine was pretty cool, even if it was just a dressy serial killer van (I mean, no windows? And what was up with everyone sitting in the front seat all the time?).
HellcycleGhost Rider is the poster child of "Cool Idea, S**tty Comic". This is a prime example of something surviving exclusively on the coolness of it's premise. A guy with a flaming skull riding a souped up motorcycle from hell. Also, did I mention the FLAMING SKULL? And leather jacket. Imagine if it were denim. With patches. Not really the same. This comic has some of the most historically dull, silly and stupid storylines of all comics... and yet, they made a movie out of it all the same. Again. Flaming skull.
And the Hellcycle. God knows, I want one.
The Invisible JetThis picture alone makes me smile. So awesome. The levels of WTF involved in the entire concept of an invisible plane that does not actually make the user herself, invisible. What if she had a whole planeload of clowns she had just rescued from the slave-circus? Imagine what that would look like. I can't think the POINT of having a stealthy jet that was only stealthy if no one was using it... was really very clearly thought-out. Or maybe there was a lot of laughing and snorting of cocaine around the conference table the day someone came up with it.
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