Flickr member "Orion Pax" (Alex Schranz) used 8,000 to 9,000 parts to build this Lego Batcave. He gave CNET and Crave permission to republish his own photos of his work so you could explore the Dark Knight's lair.
At Comic-Con, DC comics and Sony Online Entertainment show off an in-the-works online world for heroes and villains.
See Lego artist Paul Hetherington's amazingly detailed 30,000-piece Joker's Funhouse, which won Best of Show at BrickCon 2013.
Fans of Superman, Spider-Man, Batman, and the rest of the superhero universe should run, not walk, to the Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum in Elkhart, Ind. CNET's Road Trip 2013 did.
Bridget Carey is on the show today, where we try and wrap our heads around the fact that we've sent a robot to the Martian surface. Plus, we'll look at the first headphones for cats, how to pack an emergency drive, an over-the-top Batcave home theater, and a story about the worst word currently in the English language.
The goal of the setup, says designer Elite Home Theater Seating, was to fuse the cozy elements of Wayne Manor with the Art Deco styling of Gotham City.
While a trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" appears in time for Comic-Con, an extreme Lego enthusiast reveals an 8,000-piece build of the Batcave.
Want to know what DC Comics headquarters look like? So did we. Fortunately, we got permission to take photos from inside 1700 Broadway in New York. No Kryptonite threats required.
We take an exhaustive look at a blacked-out Nissan race car worthy of Bruce Wayne himself.
The plans for Apple's new campus have leaked, and there's a huge auditorium in the basement.