Hong Kong ExtractionEdit
Batman folded the wings into a "backpack" that could eject from the shoulder blades of his redesigned Batsuit. It was used to infiltrate the highly secure compound of a mob accountant named Lau.
Behind the ScenesEdit
The memory cloth cape is the film's version of the hang-glider, eschewing the traditional Batglider from comics like Batman: Year One. It draws direction inspiration from Michael Keaton's transforming glider cape in Batman Returns. Originally the cape was going to be in "backpack" form when Batman rode the Batpod, due to fear that the cape get caught in the back wheel.
- Noble Collections released a 'Gliding Sculpt' statue depicting him in flight with the full wingspan of his memory cloth cape.