If 1989 seems this strange looking back, then what will we look like in 2029?
Tribute to the vehicle from the 1989 Batman film comes complete with a suite of functioning crime-fighting gadgets.
Retro-futurism, circa 1989
Ayrton Senna's record-breaking F1 lap of the Suzuka Circuit in 1989 has been re-created in light and sound, thanks to telemetry data recorded by Honda.
The current anti-American tensions in the Middle East shows how much digital media impacts such crises when compared to the time of Salman Rushdie's Iranian fatwa in 1989.
Here's a hint: If the stereo is loud enough to shatter a windshield, like the one on this 1989 Nissan truck, then it's probably a tad over-powered.
Calling all Bruce Wayne wannabes: for the better part of a million dollars, you can buy a replica of the 1989 Batmobile. And this one is powered by the turbine engine of a decommissioned military helicopter.
Casey Putsch from Putsch Racing recreates the 1989 Batmobile, complete with a street-legal turbine engine culled from a drone helicopter. It's lean, mean, loud, and completely cool.
Study shows that kids today are less likely to take risks, more likely to treat people better than their counterparts in 1989.
An eBay selling is auctioning a 1989 Batmobile from the 1989 Batman movie for $110,000. Oddly, you have to sign a contract with Warner Bros. if you buy it.