The Evolution Of Superhero Vehicles [Infographic]

Ever since Batman drove his first Batmobile, complete with enormous bat hood ornament, back in 1941, superheroes without the ability to fly or run fast have needed their very own super vehicle. Sometimes it took a while to work out the kinks — check out Captain America’s Evel Knievel bike from the atrocious 1979 TV movie — but there’s no denying how badass they look in today’s blockbuster movies. Take a look at the history of seven iconic super vehicles in this infographic from NetEnt Stalker and be glad that the Green Goblin is no longer flying around on a jet-powered broomstick.

Source: NetEnt Stalker

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