Bat-Jet prop Hot off the Griddle

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rsaffle
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Bat-Jet prop Hot off the Griddle

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3d printed prop from “Hot Off the Griddle” / “The Cat and the Fiddle” Season 2, Episodes 3 and 4

Catwoman has disabled the elevators in a building she is burglaring, so Batman uses his experimental Bat-Jets to manually send the elevator up the hundred and two flights just in time to save Robin from being thrown out the window!


Thanks Pennyworth for the photo of the real prop!




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What's funny to me is that the photo of Batman bracing in the elevator clearly shows that the "exhaust" is coming through the floor and not from the Bat-Jets. Also, red lights have been mounted near the exhaust to make it look like fire (I guess).
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dell wrote: Tue Jul 20, 2021 1:17 pm What's funny to me is that the photo of Batman bracing in the elevator clearly shows that the "exhaust" is coming through the floor and not from the Bat-Jets. Also, red lights have been mounted near the exhaust to make it look like fire (I guess).
Yes. I rewatched it last night and noticed the same thing. They probably had one shot at it. lol
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Fun stuff RS! Loving seeing each and every one of these props come to life! Great job as ever on the fun schematics too.
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Ben Bentley wrote: Tue Jul 20, 2021 2:40 pm Fun stuff RS! Loving seeing each and every one of these props come to life! Great job as ever on the fun schematics too.
Always appreciate the comments men. They keep me excited to post something new.

I bet you would be suprised at how fast I put these images together. Lol No pre-planning at all.
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The drawing is very impressive
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Very nice once again. This actual prop went up for sale around 2007? and I helped an interested party with screen grabs to confirm it's authenticity. Not sure he every acquired it?
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Great job on the rocket, but I love the blueprints
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