Batcave

The Batcave is the secret headquarters of fictional DC Comics superhero Batman, the alternate identity of playboy Bruce Wayne, consisting of a series of subterranean caves beneath his residence, Wayne Manor.

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Batman (TV series) - Plot Summary - After The Cliffhanger
... John in Episode 2) who accidentally falls into the Batcave's atomic reactor, and two out-of-town gunmen who shoot at Batman and Robin but kill each other instead (toward the end of "Zelda The Great ... the Batmobile and once by accidentally mining into the Batcave) ... In the episode when Tut tunnelled into the Batcave, he was hit on the head by a rock which made him forget his discovery and jarred him back into his ...
Batcave - Other Media - Video Games
... In the 2009 video game Batman Arkham Asylum, Batman can access a secret auxiliary Batcave hidden within the cave system beneath Arkham Island after the Joker ... fairly spartan (in comparison with Batman's primary Batcave), containing only two small platforms, a Batcomputer, and one of Batman's Batwing planes ... Although not featured in the main story, the Batcave does appear as a downloadable challenge map in the 2011 video game sequel Batman Arkham City ...
Londinium (Batman TV Series) - Tourist Information - Batcave
... They loaded the Batmobile and lots of crime-fighting equipment from the Gotham City Batcave into a container and onto their steamship ... set up all the equipment in the secret dungeon underneath, and it became known as the Londinium Batcave ... This new Batcave even had a handy isolated exit that led directly to the Queen's Highway ...
Batcave (disambiguation)
... The Batcave is Batman's secret hideout ... Batcave or Bat Cave may also refer to Batcave (club), a Gothic rock nightclub Bat Cave, North Carolina Bat Cave, Carlsbad Caverns National Park Bat Cave and Cascade Caverns State Nature Preserves, a nature ...
Batcave (club)
... The Batcave was a nightclub in London, England at Meard Street, Soho ... The term Batcave is also still used by Europeans to refer to Gothic music with a prominent Post-Punk sound and spooky atmospheres ... Famous regulars at the Batcave included musicians such as Bauhaus, Robert Smith, Siouxsie Sioux, Steve Severin, Foetus, Marc Almond and Nick Cave ...