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The Dark Knight Bat-Logo Projector Key Ring

Batman: The Dark Knight: Bat-Logo Projector Key Ring (Image courtesy Play.com) By Andrew Liszewski

I have to say I’m a bit confused by this Dark Knight projector key ring. My first guess was that someone had a warehouse full of LED flashlights left over from the old, pre-Nolan Batman films, which would explain why it projects the old Batman logo. But since Batman & Robin (shudder) dates back to 1997 when cheap LED flashlights didn’t exist, I’m at a loss.

So my second guess is that this is simply a crappy Photoshop job and whoever put together this product shot couldn’t find a version of the new bat-logo to use. (Even though it’s used on the projector itself.) At least that’s what I hope is going on here. It would be pretty crappy to pick one of these up only to find it does project the old bat-logo for some reason. If I was in trouble and desperately needed Batman’s help I would much prefer the Christian Bale version to show up, instead of the George Clooney one.

You can get it from Play.com for about $16.

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  • http://tech.uk.msn.com Jane

    Disappointing. Could it be that they rebranded a bunch of leftover keyrings originally given away free with the DVD of 1966’s Batman: The Movie? Hm…

    http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/734869/-/Product.html?searchstring=batman+keyring&searchsource=0

  • Yocto

    You mean, instead of today’s Christian Bale, this keyring could accidentally make 1967’s Yvonne Craig show up? If so, shut up, you fools! :)

  • phlow

    i used to have 2 batman keyrings that showed the symbol, gave one to my best friend