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"Never leave the Cave without it."
―Batman to Robin.[src]

The infamous Bat-Credit Card was a credit card that Batman used when he needed to make monetary transactions.

Batman used it in Batman & Robin to offer $7 million for Poison Ivy.

Notes

The Bat-Credit Card wasn't included in Akiva Goldsman's script, so it's very likely that this was an idea added by Joel Schumacher during shooting.

Trivia

  • The Bat-Credit Card's expiration date is "Forever", a nod to Batman & Robin's predecessor: Batman Forever.
  • The Bat-Credit Card was a notable running gag of internet reviewer Doug Walker, in which his character, the "Nostalgia Critic", would fly into a homicidal rage upon even the slightest mention of the Bat-Credit Card.[1] However, he has since retired the gag, both in-universe due to fellow reviewer Lewis Lovhaug (also known as Linkara) explaining how the card is actually practical (noting that not only is Batman rich, but he also has a habit of customizing his accessories and uses shell companies to hide the money that he uses to fight crime), and in real life, due to him feeling that the joke had long since run its course.

Appearances

References

  1. Clip of the Nostalgia Critic going berserk after seeing the Bat-Credit Card during his review of Batman & Robin
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