When you think Batman, the Batcave is one of those iconic images that immediately come to mind. The Dark Knight has his iconic cowl, all of his wonderful gadgets, and his Batcave. Have you ever wondered which version of the Batcave is the best?
Nearly every iteration of Batman has had a Batcave. Whether it's in film, the comics, one of the many animated series, or in video games. In the comics, the early Batcave debuted as more of a single channel garage, mentioned as "Secret Underground Hangers" back in 1942. Funnily enough, Batman's headquarters as we know it (or at least something close) was actually introduced in a 1943 movie serial that called it "The Bat's Cave."
Whatever your favorite take on Batman is, there's a cave to go with it. Whether you like it campy (the '60s Batman TV show), dark and gothic (Tim Burton's blockbusters), lively and colorful (Joel Schumacher's '90s disasters), more grounded (The Dark Knight trilogy), or one of the many comic book versions, the cave is always an important fixture to the Bat. Different takes on Batman's lair almost always have that giant penny, a big old T-Rex, and some costumes in clear tubes.
We've decided to round up the Dark Knight's best Batcaves to see how they stacked up with one another. This list ranks the best Batcaves and only your votes can settle once and for all just which the greatest. So vote up your favorites below!