DC Universe's live-action Titans has teased Batman since its first trailer, but scenes depicting the Batmobile are fleeting. Fans have wanted a clearer glimpse of the show's design for the iconic vehicle since its debut in the sixth episode, but with little luck. Fortunately, one of the concept artists for the series has revealed his final version of the car.
John Gallagher, who posted early designs in November, has shared a clear look at the Batmobile just as it appears on Titans, only without the accompanying shadows flashed against the Batcave.
"You'll never see it sharply enough in the series so it seems only fitting you'd need a better look," he wrote on Facebook.
Gallagher previously explained that he had worked through "over thirty complete ideations and a couple dozen abandoned relics" before finally arriving at its current form.
The final design for the show's version of the Batmobile boasts a solid black exterior, fan-like rims, and a double cocoon-shaped top for one passenger and a driver. The vehicle seems inspired by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski's Batmobile from Batman: The Animated Series.
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I’d posted some concept iterations of my Batmobile designs a few weeks ago for Titans and now that it’s a hit on Netflix I figured it was time to show the final! Here’s the latest cinematic iteration of debatably the coolest car ever filmed. You never get to see it crystal clear in the show so hopefully this gives you a good idea of our final design. Hope you enjoy! #batmobile #titans #batman #rocksteady #arkham #gotham #art #artwork #sketch #conceptdesign #conceptart #drawing #design #illustration #comic #comicbook #teentitans
Gallagher is an entertainment illustrator with a solid background in storyboarding, visual development, keyframe illustration, full spectrum concept design and world building. He has also worked on The CW's Supergirl and The Flash, Lost in Space, The A-Team, Riverdale, Minority Report, Falling Skies, Power Rangers, Once Upon A Time, Eureka and parts of the X-Men trilogy.
Starring Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson, Teagan Croft as Raven, Ryan Potter as Beast Boy and Anna Diop as Starfire, Titans is available for streaming on DC Universe and Netflix.