I used to think I was over the top in terms of Adult Superhero Fixation. Then I came across this car in a parking lot today:
My photos don't really do it justice. You can't see the webwork on the hood, for instance. Here, let's take a better look at the passenger door:
You may be able to make out the Spidey decal in the window, but you can't see the action figures hanging from the rear view mirror and ceiling, or the special Spidey-themed steering wheel cover, or the multitude of other details.
I can only hope the driver comes equipped with the appropriate costume. If so, I'll have to pull my batmobile up next to him for a little hero-on-hero action.
(Disclaimer: Alas, I own no such vehicle. But I do have a friend with a remarkably detailed Batmobile and an arsenal of pricey batarangs from the earlier movies. He was even thinking about installing a batpole in his house until his lover put his foot down.)
Ah, adulthood: if you hold onto those adolescent fantasies long enough, you can earn the disposable income to make them come true!
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