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Wander the Batcave with Google Maps

Google Maps hasteamed up with Batman v Superman to create a 360-degree tour of Bruce Wayne’s home and the Batcave.

Published onMarch 25, 2016

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Batman is the best superhero of all time and if you disagree then come at me in the comments, bro. However, in spite of the Caped Crusader’s staggering awesomeness, he has a penchant for being represented in varying degrees of quality across media. I’m not going to say much about Batman v Superman in the interest of avoiding spoilers, but I will say that after having seen it last night, my favorite version of the Dark Knight remains the Kevin Conroy-voiced Bat of the Arkham series of video games. Batfleck ain’t bad, but who was writing this thing? Oh. Well this raises more questions than it answers.

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Anyway, if you’re interested in giving the Batcave a tour, the folks over at Google Maps have teamed up with the production team of Batman v Superman to create a 360-degree tour of Bruce Wayne’s home and the secret lair below. Take a walk around the Batmobile, study the Batcomputer, check out the Batarsenal, and so on. Ascending the Batstairs can be a bit tricky, but with effort I swear it can be done.

Honestly, it’s not the most well-put-together experience. Clicking to take a step forward occasionally sends you hurtling across the room like some sort of superhero able to move in a flash, but it is a nice little diversion that’s well-suited for Batfans of any walk of life. Click the button below to check it out.

I’m going to go ahead and cordon off the comments section as spoiler-heavy territory, so feel free to use them to tell us exactly what you thought about the latest cinematic adventure in the DC universe. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, there’s no harm in taking this little tour, but you might want to steer clear of the comments. Just watching out for you, bud.

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