Just in time for the special day, Spin Master is launching the Batman Stunt Force Batmobile ($39.99), a remote control car designed for kids ages 4 and up for indoor use that features soft tires that are perfect for stunts (although we wouldn’t recommend it being launched down the stairs) and is compatible with 4-inch action figures (sold separately)!
If kids can’t get their hands on Batman toys ahead of Batman Day, they can tune in to Cartoon Network the week of to check out new episodes of Batwheels, which come out Sept. 11, and a special episode featuring Batman actor Adam West which will come out on Sept. 15. Adult Swim will also air Batman (1989), Batman Returns, Batman & Robin, and Batman Forever from now until Sept. 24.
The DC Kids YouTube channel will also feature original Batman programming throughout the month, including videos spotlighting Batman-themed toys, new episodes and music videos of the DC Super Friends CG series, and more!
Whether kids are looking to watch some of their favorite superhero movies or play with a new toy, it’s a great month to love Batman.