Tumblers are all the rage these days in Gotham City. You know this already, of course, unless you've been living in a hole for the past two weeks, or furiously avoiding all things having to do with "The Dark Knight Rises" — and in that case, you should probably stop reading right around now.
Numerous "Dark Knight Rises" set photos and videos have shown Tumblers in their traditional non-black camouflage strolling along the Pittsburgh set of Christopher Nolan's final Batman movie, with what looks to be the newly arrived Batwing in hot pursuit. There's little doubt that the Caped Crusader is going to get the better of whoever's behind the wheel of the veritable tank, but what exactly can the Batwing do to a Tumbler?
Well, thanks to some new set photos (courtesy of Superhero Hype), we may have an idea. Once again, potential spoilers lurk ahead.
Unless the Tumbler's driver has an unconventional idea about how to properly park his/her vehicle, it looks to me that the Batwing — or something — has caused some mondo damage to the heavily armored car. Bruce's aerial transport of choice certainly looks capable of punching enormous holes into the ground, thanks to its decidedly military aesthetic.
Crew members reportedly "asked fans' cameras to be off while the events that happened before and after" the Tumbler found itself in a hole, so there's no way of knowing what actually happened here… but my money is on either death-by-Batwing, or the Tumbler taking a bizarre cue from "WALL-E." It's just my theory, though... what do you think happened to the Tumbler?
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