I got an email the other day from a very nice guy named Keith. He wants to get a Batman-related Tattoo with an “ARKHAM ASYLUM” theme. So, he asked me to ask my readers if you have any ideas or know of any cool graphics that sort of showcase the ARKHAM ASYLUM building. I posted a picture up above that lets you know a little bit about what we’re talking about. Actually, his letter explains it a lot better than I can so please read this:
“I am thinking of getting an Arkham Asylum tattoo on my arm. The thing is I can’t seem to find anything that fits the image that is in my brain. I am picturing the gates with a gargoyle on either side, The name above and the asylum itself in the background. I was wondering if you, or any of your Bat-Blog Readers, would have ( or know of any ) images that would help me out. I have gone through most of my graphic novels ( which I have a lot ) but still nothing. So, any help would be greatly appreciated!”
Our friend Katie sent us this wonderful photo showing off her Batman “Arm Sleeve” Tattoo. The artwork looks super-great & if you’re also a fan of the Sandman Vertigo DC Comics Series then you’ll really like the other arm too! Thank You Katie for sharing your pictures. Both of these tattoos are very very very cool! As always we want to invite any & all Bat-Blog Readers ( that includes YOU ) to share any Batman-related pics you might have. It can be Tattoo Pics, Original Artwork, Toy or Comic Book Collections, Birthday Cakes, Customs…whatever! ( Our e-mail button is always on the top right-hand side of this page ).
Check out these hilarious and very clever portraits of BATMAN AND ROBIN by Artist Jack Teagle. His work has a great style to them & the colors are very intense. he also does parodies of other characters like Spiderman, He-Man Masters of The Universe, Star Wars, Power Rangers, and More. To check out his online gallery, just click HERE!
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Here’s a fun photo of some cool BATMAN TATTOO ART submitted by a Bat-Blog Fan named Joe. Of course the artwork was inspired by the Comic Book Art of Alex Ross. It’s actually based off of the Statue Bust created by Mike Hill. It looks GREAT! This ink was done by Wojciech Sokun at Wildcat Ink in Dublin, Ireland. ( Thanks Joe )