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In Films[]

  • Annie (2014): Mr Stacks says, "This city needs me" and his assistant responds by calling him Batman. Later in the film he saves Annie from being hit by a car and when his assistant finds out he says it was "Like Batman."
  • Bat Thumb: A parody.
  • Beyond the Valley of the Dolls: A character dressed like Robin.
  • Blankman: Blackman and Other Guy are based on Batman and Robin.
  • Clerks II: Dante asks if himself and Randall were training to be Batman.
  • Eagle Eye: Two armored truck guards are referred to as Batman and Robin.
  • The Fantastic Four (1994): The Thing says "Holy Freud, Batman", referring to both Batman (1960s series) and Sigmund Freud.
  • Flushed Away: A DVD titled "Ratman".
  • Frankenthumb: Features the return of Bat Thumb.
  • Gremlins 2: The New Batch: The Bat Gremlin's wall silhouette is the "Batinsignia".
  • Mad Monster Party: Dracula refers to himself as "the original Batman".
  • Magic in Town (1968): A character dressed like Batman.
  • Mallrats: Silent Bob unfolds his trench coat like Batman's glider cape in Batman Returns. Silent Bob then uses a grappling gun to escape with Jay. Jay asks "Where do you get those wonderful toys?", references to the 1989 film.
  • Megamind: The Button of Doom: Megamind and Minion see a signal in the sky (a spoof of the Batsignal).
  • El Mariachi: A license plate is the "Batinsignia".
  • Munsters, Go Home!: Herman tells Grandpa to "phone Batman".
  • The Pink Panther Strikes Again. During the opening credits, the Pink Panther is briefly dressed as Batman.
  • The Punisher (1989): Frank Castle jokes that Batman sent him.
  • Rise of the Black Bat: Black Bat is a spoof of Batman.
  • Sky High: In reference to Robin everyone who came to see superhero helpers had to learn to use utility belts. And at the beginning of the film, two superheroes named the Commander and Jetstream went down to the secret hideout using bat-poles.
  • Space Jam: A New Legacy: Bugs Bunny and LeBron James dressed up as Batman and Robin and The Bugsmobile is based on Batmobile.
  • Steel: A cop suggests Steel disappeared to the Batcave.
  • Tank Girl: Title character says "To the Batcave!".
  • Wait Until Dark: Audrey Hepburn's character, when asked if it's her, replies "No, it's Batman". A character says to another "Come on, Batman."

In Television[]

  • A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: Commander Cool and Mellow Mutt, Coolcave and Coolmobile are based on Batman, Ace the Bat-Hound, Batcave and Batmobile.
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: In the episode, "Batmunk", the titular character is a spoof of Batman and the plot of the episode is a parody of the 1989 blockbuster with Simon as Brice Wayne and his alter-ego Batmunk, Alvin as "The Jokester" (a spoof of the Joker) and Brittany Miller as "Nicki Nale" (a spoof of Vicki Vale) and Theodore as "Happy" (a spoof of Alfred Pennyworth).
  • American Dragon: Jake Long: In "Dreamscape" Spudman, Spud-Signal, Spudmobile and Butler are based on Batman, Batsignal, Batmobile and Alfred Pennyworth.
  • The Amazing World of Gumball: Badman is a parody of Batman.
  • Arthur: Dark Bunny is a parody of Batman and his secret identity, Deuce Dwayne is a parody of Batman's secret identity, Bruce Wayne and its TV show is a parody of Batman: The Animated Series. The Bunnymobile is a parody of Batmobile.
  • The Awesomes: Black Irish is based on Batman.
  • Back at the Barnyard: In the episode, "Cowman and Ratboy", the titular characters are spoofs of Batman and Robin.
  • Batfink: Cartoon parody of Batman and The Batillac is a parody of Batmobile.
  • Batman: The Brave and the Bold: In "Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases!" Bat-O-Mobile and Cosmopolis City are parodies of Batmobile and Gotham City.
  • Bibleman: A thinly veiled knock-off of Batman and In "Bibleman: The Animated Adventures" Bibleman Team is based on Batman Family.
  • Big Mouth: In "Super Mouth" Kurt and Val Bilzerian dressed up as The Joker and Bane.
  • Birdman: Birdgirl is based on Batgirl and Birdboy is based off Robin.
  • Catscratch: Hovis is based on Alfred Pennyworth.
  • Codename: Kids Next Door: Knightbrace is a parody of Batman.
  • Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse: Cartoon and Catmobile are parodies of Batman and Batmobile.
  • Danny Phantom: Maddie Fenton, Danny's mother, resembles Catwoman when she wears her jumpsuit hood in some episodes and in the intro. The only difference is that her hood lacks cat ears. Freakshow also bears a striking resemblance to The Joker. Ron Perlman, who voices Clayface in Batman: The Animated Series and Killer Croc in The Batman as well as Batman in Justice League Heroes, also worked on the series as the voice of Mr. Lancer, the vice-principal and English/Science/History/Math teacher of Casper High. Grey DeLisle, who voices Catwoman and Vicki Vale in Batman: Arkham City also worked on the series as the voice of Sam Manson, Danny's love interest and Tara Strong, who voices Batgirl in The New Batman Adventures as well as Vicky Vale on The Batman vs. Dracula also worked on the series as the voices of Star, Ember, Penelope Spectra, Lydia and Tiffany Snow.
  • Darkwing Duck: Darkwing Duck is reminiscent of Batman.
  • Dexter's Laboratory: In the Justice Friends segment episode, "Ratman", the titular character is a spoof of Batman, wearing an identical costume and having a similar origin story as well. The music played at the end of the segment is very identical to the music of the 1960s show. The Disgrunted Postman in the Justice Friends segment's first episode, "TV Super Pals" bears a striking resemblance to The Joker and Grappulator is a parody of Bane.
  • Drawn Together: In "Captain Girl" The Captain Hero Signal is based on the Batsignal, The ti tle sequence that introduces Wooldoor as Captain Hero's new sidekick while their theme song plays in the background is a parody of the title sequence from the 1960s Batman TV series, Wooldoor's costume is modeled after that of Robin, Batman's sidekick, The Mad Libber, who leaves clues in the form of Mad Libs, is based on Batman's foe, The Riddler, who left clues in the form of riddles and during the Captain Hero Theme Intro, the car Captain Hero tries to hijack appears to be a Chrysler 300C, and is similar in design to the Batmobile.
    • In "Super Nanny" Captain Hero's Crimefighting Lair is based on Batcave.
  • Dog City: Watchdog is a parody/spoof of Batman.
  • Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man:In episode "I, Duckman" Duck-Signal and Duckmobile are parodies of Batsignal and Batmobile.
  • Ducktales (2017): "The Infernal Internship of Mark Beaks!" Mark Beaks' Mega-Beaks form is similar to Marvel's Hulk or DC's Bane; the former due to attire and change in size, the latter due to it being influenced by a device.
  • Dynomutt, Dog Wonder: Blue Falcon, Dynomutt and Mr. Cool are based on Batman, Robin and Mr. Freeze.
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Melon Cave is a parody of Batcave.
  • Evil Con Carne: In episode "League of Destruction" Cataclisma is a parody of Poison Ivy.
  • Family Guy: In the episode "Absolutely Babulous", The Babsmobile is a parody of the Batmobile and In the episode "Family Goy" Brian and Stewie Griffin as Batman and Robin and they driving the Batmobile.
  • The Fairly OddParents: In the TV movie, "Channel Chasers", Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda enter a program that is a spoof of Batman: The Animated Series called "Blackbird and Sparrow" before the Masked Man encounters Timmy again and reveals to be his adult self. A character called Catman (voiced by Adam West) makes an appearance and is a spoof of the 1966 incarnation with the colors of Catman, Dark Mark and Darkmobile from the episode, "Power Pals" are a parodies of Batman and Batmobile, Catgirl is a parody of Batman's female counterpart Batgirl, Darkmobile is s parody of Batmobile, Spatula Woman is an obvious parody of Catwoman, Cleft the Boy Chin Wonder is a spoof of Robin, The Crimson Chin is a parody of Superman and Batman and Chin-Hounds' names are parodies of Ace the Bat-Hound and Krypto the Superdog.
  • Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman: In the episode "A Lobster Bake? Oh Buoy!", Ruff claimed that the scuba instructors were "faster than Batman" and he hopes he's watching the show.
  • Friends: Monica dressed as Catwoman. Ross dressed in a rented tuxedo once worn by Val Kilmer, and exclaimed Batman was cooler than James Bond, as Chandler was wearing a tux worn by Pierce Brosnan.
  • Freak Show: Batlikeman is a spoof of Batman.
  • Freakazoid!: Fatman and Boy Blubber are parodies of Batman and Robin and Freakmobile and Freakalair are parodies of Batmobile and Batcave.
  • Galaxina: The Batmobile was used as set dressing.
  • The Green Hornet: A clip of the '60s series is watched on a TV.
  • Guardians of Justice: Knight Hawk, Little Wing, Red Talon, Mr. Smiles, Mr. Burns, Pumpkin, Commissioner of Carnegie City, The Meoww and Hawkmobile are parodies of Batman, Robin, Nightwing, The Joker, Mr. Freeze, Scarecrow, James Gordon Catwoman and Batmobile. Hawk-Signal and Hawk's Nest are parodies of Batsignal and Batcave.
  • Johnny Test: In one episode one of the attempts to call a team of superheroes included making a Bat-signal for them, referred to as a night signal.
  • Kim Possible: In the episode, "The Fearless Ferret", the titular character is a spoof of Batman and it's show is a parody of the 1960s show. Adam West provides the voice of Timothy North. Will Friedle, who voices Terry McGinnis also worked on the series as the voice of Ron Stoppable. There is also some references to Batman Beyond where Ron taking over as the new Fearless Ferret is an homage to Terry taking over as the new Batman.
  • Lab Rats: In the two-part premiere episode, "Crush, Chop and Burn", when Leo discovers Donald Davenport's secret lab in the basement after taking the elevator, he yells, "Wow, my new dad is Batman!", this is a reference to Batman's Batcave entrance.
  • The Life and Times of Juniper Lee: Knight Possum is similar to Batman.
  • League of Super Evil: The Cougar is based off Catwoman from the Batman series.
  • The Looney Tunes Show: In "Super Rabbit" Bat-Rabbit is a parody of Batman.
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir: Dark Owl and Knightowl are similar to Batman, Sparrow is based off Robin and Dark Owl's Signal is based on Batsignal.
  • The Monkees: Burgess Meredith reprised his role as Penguin. In an episode, characters are called Frog-man and Roobin the Tadpole.
  • Mighty Med: Dark Warrior and Alley Cat are based on Batman and Catwoman.
  • Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures: In episode "Night of the Bat-Bat" this episode is a parody of Batman.
  • MTV Movie Awards: Spoofed Batman Begins.
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000: In "The Wild World of Batwoman", Mike, Tom, and Crow and many Batman riffs. In 'Zombie Nightmare", Gypsy's poem to Adam West says: "I used to like you when you were a Caped Crusader, even better than Darth Vader".
  • Nightcourt: A character played by Michael J. Fox antagonizes the judge by telling him he's Batman, and his girlfriend is Wonder Woman.
  • New Looney Tunes: DarkBat is a parody of Batman.
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: In episode "Invincible" oggy and jack dressed up as Batman and Robin.
  • OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes: Laserblast's helmet looks like that of Batman, but his laser powers and visor looks more like Cyclops.
  • Phineas and Ferb: In episode "Rollercoaster: The Musical!" During You're Going Down, Candace is seen dressed as a superhero resembling Batman, including the classic Bat-signal.
  • Pokémon: In the episode "The Superhero Secret", Gilgarman and Gilgirl are parodies of Batman and Batgirl.
  • Power Rangers Dino Thunder: In the two-part first episode, "Day of the Dino", when Conner and Ethan explore Dr. Tommy Oliver's house with Conner discovering the secret entrance to the hidden cave in Dr. Oliver's study, he says "Dude, the guy's a teacher, not Batman!", this could be a reference to Batman's Batcave entrance with a hidden switch in Bruce Wayne's study from the 1960s show. James Napier, who plays Conner McKnight is the real-life great grandson of Alan Napier, who plays Alfred Pennyworth in the 1960s show.
  • The Powerpuff Girls: In the episode "Super Zeroes", the Morality Mobile is reminiscent of the Batmobile.
  • Reba: In the episode "The Wall", Reba tells Barbara Jean that she's calling the shots in a mission and that she's Batman and Barbara is Robin. Later, Barbara calls to Reba, asking "Batman, are you in there?" In "Fallen Arches" Captain Righteous is a parody, and cross of Captain America, Batman, and Superman and Lefty is a parody of Bucky Barnes and Robin. and in 2016's cartoon episode "Blossom3" Buttercup and Bubbles lighting signal or the ButterBubb signal and their superhero costumes are parodies of a DC Comic superhero and Bubbles' superhero name is Bubbs Wonder is a parody of Robin also known as Boy Wonder, Batman's sidekick.
  • Robot Chicken: A parody of March of the Penguins covers Penguin's daily rituals and the Bat-Monkey segment is a parody of the Batman 1960's television show.
  • Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo: In episode "The Incredible Cat Lady Caper" Cat Lady seems to be a take-off on Catwoman.
  • Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!: In episode "Operation Dog and Hippy Boy Menace and Cat Lady are parodies of Catwoman and Bane.
  • The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show: Pith Possum, Obediah the Wonder Raccoon and Possummobile are Batman-Esque, Robin-Esque and Batmobile-Esque.
  • The Simpsons: Bart Simpson has the alter-ego Bart-Man. In an episode Bart sings a rendition of "Jingle Bells" with the famous alternate lyrics "Jingle Bells, Batman smells, Robin layed an egg. The Batmobile lost a wheel, and the Joker got away." In an episode of Treehouse of Horror, Bart finds a comic pairing of Batman and Rhoda, referencing the character from The Mary Tyler Moore Show. In an episode Principal Seymour Skinner dresses as Catwoman from Batman Returns. A toon titled Bartman Begins was made. In episodes "Today, I am a Clown" and "Simple Simpson", The Simpson family arrives in the living room, where the couch has been replaced by a series of fireman's poles, one for each member, with their name above. They go down their poles and land on the couch in a superhero lair, all dressed as Batman-style superheroes, except for Bart, who is dressed as Robin. Bartgirl is a parody of Batgirl. Fruit Bat Man, Kid Sourpuss and Fruit Bat Man Mobile are parodies of Batman, Robin and Batmobile, Bartman Cave is based on Batcave, Fruit-Bat Signal is a parody of Batsignal and Radioactive Man is a parody of Superman and Batman.
  • Space Ghost Coast to Coast: In "Batmantis" The character is a parody of Batman.
  • Spider-Man: The Animated Series: In the episode "Tombstone", Lonnie Lincoln became the titular villain by falling into a vat of chemicals at the Spaulding chemical plant which changed his appearance giving him white skin, blonde hair, red eyes and jagged teeth. Also when Spider-Man defeats Tombstone by dangling him over that same vat, he says "You'd better hold still, another swim in that chemical soup and your hair might turn green." Both are references to The Joker.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are spoofs of Batman and Robin, due to having a similar cave with their Invisible Boatmobile being a spoof of both Batman's Batmobile and Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet and their TV show, The Adventures of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy is a spoof of the 1960s show. Adam West and Burt Ward, who play Batman and Robin in the 1960s show also did the voices of Young Mermaid Man and Young Barnacle Boy.
  • Sidekick: In "Opposum Man!", the titular character is a spoof of Batman and his sidekick, Boy Vermin/Glenn is a spoof of Robin.
  • That '70s Show: Fes wears a 1960s show style Batman costume in a Halloween episode. In another episode, the "angel" of Fes' conscience is Batman, while the "devil" is the Riddler. In an episode Kelso dresses as Adam West's Batman. Eric refers to himself as Bruce Wayne, and his car as the Batmobile.
  • Steven Universe: Steven's mother has a secret arsenal hidden in a cave, which in addition to weapons has a Giant Penny to reference Batcave. In one of the first episodes of the cartoon Steven tried to use a boomerang as a throwing weapon, but as he did not aim well, he not only missed but prepared for his return. In reference to the Penguin, the Rainbow Quartz character has an umbrella that when closed works like a laser weapon.
  • SuperMansion: Black Saturn, Groaner, Cliff and Jancy Wheelihan, Bunsen and Saturnmobile are parodies of Batman, The Joker, Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne, Alfred Pennyworth and Batmobile.
  • The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!: Luigi's Italian food-based exclamations is very similar to Robin's holy catchphrases from the 1960s show. King Koopa's Koop Tut alter-ego in the episode, "The Ten Koopmandments" bears a striking resemblance to King Tut from the 1960s show.
  • Supah Ninjas: Wallflower is a spoof of Poison Ivy.
  • Teamo Supremo: Dark Talon has had a Batman-like superhero identity and fought crime during World War II.
  • The Tick: A character is named Batmanuel. In the live-action series, Batmanuel was played by Nestor Carbonell and cartoon character named Die Fledermaus.
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: "Bat's All Folks" is a parody of the 1989 Tim Burton film Batman.
  • TMZ: The Nov. 17, 2008 episode featured the song "Partyman" in a segment on Wesley Snipes.
  • In an episode of the new cartoon Max Steel, the characters to lure the villain into a trap invented a Bat-Signal for Max. With the reasoning that when the villain sees Bat-Signal he will believe that someone is calling Max that way and will find Max there.
  • Tom and Jerry Kids: In episode "Bat Mouse" he is based on Batman In episode "Super-Droop and Dripple Boy Meet the Yolker", In "Droopy Man and Droopy Man Returns" both episodes are parodies of Batman.
  • Tom and Jerry Tales: in an episode Tom went into a superhero's hideout slipping down a Bat-pole-like pipe mainly because a machine in the middle of it left him wearing the heroine's clothes making reference to the 60's show where a machine in the Bat-poles changed the clothes of Batman and Robin.
  • The titular character of the cartoon Shezow was made using a number of random superhero things, including: a Bat-Pole in your room that leads to the underground base in an underground cave, vehicles with its theme, a utility belt with a boomerang. and using the prefix "She-" in words the same way the prefix "Bat-" was used. And since Batman is the only superhero whose helper doesn't have his theme, the recurring joke is that the protagonist has a friend who always invents a different helper identity.
  • TMNT: In an 80's cartoon episode, Donnatello is shocked and when he wakes up, he becomes a vigilant much like Batman. and in 2003's cartoon Nobody and Turtle Titan II and his base of operations are based on Batman and Batcave.
  • The Big Bang Theory: Howard is dressed as Batman. Sheldon also does a Joker-esque smile.
  • Ultimate Spider-Man: The Spider-Cave is a parody of Batcave.
  • Underdog: A character is named Batty-Man.
  • VeggieTales: Larry Boy, Larry Mobile and Larrycave are a spoof of Batman, Batmobile and Batcave and Alfred is a spoof of Alfred Pennyworth.
  • The Venture Bros.: Captain Sunshine is a parody of Batman and Superman, Sanctum Solarium is based on Batcave, Sunshine Mansion and SunshineMobile are spoofs of Wayne Manor and Batmobile, Desmond is is heavily modeled on Alfred Pennyworth, Wonder Boy is a parody of Robin, Boggles the Clue Clown is parody of The Joker and The Riddler and Crime-O-Dile is a parody of Killer Croc and The Bat is based on Batman.
  • Wacky Races (2017): In "Super Wacky" Massively Marketable Bat-Dude is a spoof of Batman.
  • The Wacky World of Tex Avery: Bat-Dan is a parody of Batman.
  • Walter Melon: The titular character and his assistant, Bitterbug take Splatman and Rubin's places while the real Splatman and Rubin got themselves stuck in a garbage wasteland surrounded by junkyard dogs.
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: In an episode of a scene on a radio station, a red telephone similar to that of the 1960s series rang, and Will Smith jokingly said it was Batman.
  • MLP: In a superhero episode, the superhero team had a sidekick very similar to Robin, but the belt was just an ornament. And a superhero very similar to Wonder Woman had thematic throwing weapons, when the cartoon gained comic books it was revealed that the name of these objects is a pun with batrang.
  • Xiolin Showdown: Katnappe bears a striking resemblance to Catwoman.
  • Yin Yang Yo!:In episode "The Secret Life of Possum Panda" possum panda. hot chick and the puffin are parodies of Batman, Catwoman and The Penguin.
  • Zig & Sharko: In episode "Super Zig" the unnamed vehicle is parody of Batmobile.

In Theatre[]

  • Holy Musical B@man!: A fanmade musical parody of Batman. Created by Starkid.

In Music[]

  • Bad Girl by Danity Kane, similar to Batgirl, while the music video features comic book conventions.
  • Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer) was used as one of Christina Aguilera's costume changes in her music video for "Keeps Gettin' Better".

In Comics[]

    • AC Comics: Nightman is based on Batman.
    • Action Lab: Doberman, Rottweiler, Stray, Dobercave and Dobermobile are based on Batman, Robin, Nightwing, Batcave and Batmobile.
    • Ahoy Comics: Dragonflyman and Stinger are a spoofs of Batman and Robin and Dragon Wagon is a parody of Batmobile.
    • AAM/Markosia: Pit Bull is a spoof of Batman.
    • Amalgam Comics: Dark Claw is an amalgamation of Batman and Wolverine.
    • Sparrow is an amalgamation of Robin and Jubilation "Jubilee" Lee.
    • Huntress is an amalgamation of Huntress and Carol Danvers.
    • Bruce Wayne is an Amalgam Universe version of DC's Bruce Wayne.
    • Madame Cat is an amalgamation of DC's Catwoman and Marvel's Madame Hydra.
    • Nuke is an amalgamation of DC's Bane and Marvel's Nuke.
    • Baron Zero is an amalgamation of DC's Mr. Freeze and Marvel's Baron von Strucker.
    • Deathlock is an amalgamation of DC's Jason Todd and Marvel's Deathlok and Midnight.
    • Black Bat is an amalgamation of DC's Batgirl and Marvel's Black Cat.
    • Moonwing is an amalgamation of DC's Nightwing and Marvel's Moon Knight.
    • Hyena is an amalgamation of DC's The Joker and Marvel's Sabretooth.
    • Lady Talia is an amalgamation of DC's Talia al Ghul and Marvel's Lady Deathstrike.
    • Ra's a-Pocalypse is an amalgamation of DC's Ra's al Ghul and Marvel's Apocalypse.
    • Cybercroc is an amalgamation of DC's Killer Croc and Marvel's Cyber.
    • Bloodcrow is an amalgamation of DC's Scarecrow and Marvel's Bloodscream.
    • Spiral Harley is an amalgamation of DC's Harley Quinn and Marvel's Spiral.
    • Omega Beast is an amalgamation of DC's KGBeast and Marvel's Omega Red.
    • Two-Faced Goblin is an amalgamation of DC's Two-Face and Marvel's Green Goblin.
    • The Scarecrow is an amalgamation of DC's and Marvel's of the same names.
    • The Big Question is an amalgamation of Marvel's Kingpin and DC's The Riddler.
    • New Gotham City is an amalgamation of Marvel's New York City and DC's Gotham City.
    • The Clawmobile is an amalgam universe version of DC's Batmobile.
    • The Claw-Copter is an Amalgam Universe version of DC's Batcopter.
    • The Danger Cave is an amalgam universe version of Marvel's Danger Room and DC's Batcave.
    • Catsai is an amalgamation of DC's Catwoman and Marvel's Elektra.
    • America's Best Comics: In ''Top Ten" The Hound is a parody of Batman.
    • Antarctic Press: Knight Hunter is pastiche of Batman.
    • Awesome Comics: Jack-A-Dandy, Lounge Lizard, Fakeface and Miskatonic Asylum are pastiches of The Joker, Killer Croc, Clayface and Arkham Asylum, Alley Cat is an homage to Catwoman and Kendall Manor and Patrap are a pastiches of Wayne Manor and Alfred Pennyworth.
    • Bartman: Bartdog is a parody of Ace the Bat-Hound.
    • Bart Simpson: Bartman Family is a parody of Batman Family.
    • Big Bang Comics: Knight Watchman, Kid Galahad WatchWagon are based on Batman, Robin and Batmobile.
    • Grandfather Clock is based on Clock King.
    • Mr. Mask is based on Clayface.
    • Pink Flamingo is based on The Joker and The Penguin.
    • Quizmaster is based on The Riddler.
  • BOOM! Studios: In Planetary Brigad The Grim Knight is based on Batman.
  • Charlton Comics: Badman and Robert the Boy Robber are a spoof of Batman and Robin and Badcave, Badmobile, Bruce Pain, Pain Manor and Unnamed Butler are parodies of Batcave, Batmobile, Bruce Wayne, Wayne Manor and Alfred Pennyworth.
  • DC Comics: In "The Family Dynamic" BlackBird and Little Wing are based on Batman and Robin.
    • Dynamite Comics: In "The Boys" Black Noir and Tek Knight are a parody of Batman, Tek Knight's Car is based on the Batmobile, The Talon is based off DC Comics' Catwoman and SwingWing and Laddio are based off Nightwing and Robin.
    • Image Comics: Darkwing and Professor Night are based on Batman and Night-Wagon is based off Batmobile and ShadowHawk, Lady ShadowHawkette, Squirrel, Buddy, Shadowdog, Shadowcave, Shadowcar and The Hyena are based on Batman, Batwoman Robin, Ace the Bat-Hound, Batcave, Batmobile and The Joker and Red Hawk and Wing are pastiche of Batman and Robin, Professor Night and Twilight the Girl Marvel and Night-Wagon are spoofs of Batman, Robin, and Batmobile and Big Daddy and Hit-Girl are based on Batman and Robin.
    • ShadowHawk Girl is based on Batgirl.
    • In Jughead Hatman, Ribbon, Hatmobile , Hat-Signal, Manfred and Jones Manor are based on Batman, Robin, Batmobile, Batsignal,Alfred Pennyworth and Wayne Manor.
    • In The Pro The Knight and The Squire are a spoof of Batman and Robin.
    • King Hell: In "Bartpack" Midnight Mink, Chippy and Minkmobile are spoof of Batman, Robin and Batmobile.
    • Love and Capes: Darkblade is a spoof of Batman.
    • Marvel Comics: Nosferata is a female parody of Batman, Nosferauto is a parody of Batmobile, Dorkham Asylum appears to be a parody of DC Comics' Arkham Asylum, Big Al G'houl, Dogwoman, Professor Hugo Oddt, Jack Serious, Slimeface and Three-Face are parodies of Ra's al Ghul, Catwoman, Hugo Strange, The Joker, Clayface and Two-Face and Hayes Manor is a parody of Wayne Manor.
    • Hawk-Owl, Woody, and The Nest are pastiche of Batman, Robin and Batcave.
    • Nighthawk was based upon Batman.
    • Moon Man and Moon Boy Possibly based on Dick Sprang-era Batman and Robin.
    • Night-Gwen is a pastiche of Batgirl.
    • The Hawkrod is a pastiche of the Batmobile.
    • The Nightcave is a pastiche of Batcave.
    • Night Count's appearance and origin would seem to be an homage to the DC Comics hero Batman (Bruce Wayne).
    • In "What The--?!" The Jokester is a parody of The Joker.
  • Moneybrain Comics: Eclipse, Yuko Nakatomi, Keen Manor and Eclipsemobile are based on Batman, Robin, Wayne Manor and Batmobile.
  • Panini Comics: Rat-Man is a parody of Batman and other superheroes.
  • Personality Comics.: Batbabe, Catgut, Pigeon, Babemobile and Alice are parodies of Batman, Catman, Robin, Batmobile and Alfred Pennyworth.
  • Top Cow: In "Wanted" Mr. Rictus's Gang are based on Batman's Villains.
  • Watchmen: Nite-Owl II (Dan Dreiberg). While he's based on the Ted Kord version of DC/Charlton Comics' Blue Beetle, Nite-Owl II has some similarities to fellow night crusader Batman.
  • One of the winter strips for FoxTrot has most of the Fox family making various puns on "Brrrr" and words that start with that sound in an attempt at strongly implying to their mother their desire to have the thermostat raised, with Roger then, not quite understanding, stating that Oliver Burgess Meredith was The Penguin.
    • Another strip had Jason deciding to dress up to go see "Batman Begins", with his acknowledging he can't exactly keep his geeky nature hidden ultimately, even for the sake of avoiding girls, and also admitted that the article he and his brother Peter read that motivated him in trying to hide his geeky aspects may have been false, with it cutting to Peter similarly being dressed up like Batman and insisting that Jason hurry up as the movie starts in several hours.
    • Owlcar is based on Batmobile.
    • Another strip had Jason researching Halloween costume ideas and trying to get input from Paige. Paige then sarcastically suggests to Jason, in a veiled attempt at deeming him insane, that he dress himself up as the Joker and get himself locked up in an Asylum (an indirect reference to Arkham Asylum), causing Jason to mention Peter made the exact same suggestion.
    • Vertigo: In "Astro City" Leopardman, Kitkat, Nightingale and Sunbird are based on Batman, Catwoman, Batwoman and Robin.
    • Wildstorm Comics: Confessor and Altar Boy are homage to Batman and Robin.
  • In "Masks: Too Hot for TV!" Grey Condor and Condormobile are based off Batman and Batmobile.

In Literature[]

  • Mad Magazine: Featured a parody with Bat-Boy and Rubin.

In Video Games[]

  • In the beginning of the Episode Ardyn story DLC for Final Fantasy XV, the titular villain protagonist upon arriving at the Citadel snaps his fingers to summon Ifrit to raze the place, only to end up baffled when the Infernian doesn't immediately arrive, mirroring a similar scene in The Dark Knight where Joker blows up the Gotham General Hospital with explosives, only to be briefly baffled when the full destruction does not immediately commence. Keiji Fujiwara, Ardyn's voice actor, previously acted as the dubbing voice for Joker in the Japanese dub for the movie.
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!!: The Wario Car bears a striking resemblance to the Batmobile.
  • Transformice: Harley Quinn's hair appears in the shop. There is also a title achievement called "Batmouse".
  • Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012: Ratman and Intruder are spoof of Batman and Batmobile.
  • Mighty Fighters 2: The King of Parody: Badman is a parody of Batman.
  • MovieStarPlanet: Created a theme in their shop parodying Suicide Squad called "Danger Squad"
  • The Simpsons: Tapped Out: Bartman Cave is a parody of Batcave.
  • Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy: Ratman, Ratboy, Ratpack and Ratman Returns title card are parodies of Batman, Robin, Batman Family and Batman Returns.
  • Best Fiends: Temper is an insect parody of Batman.
  • DragonFable: Batoro is based on Batman.

Online series[]

  • The Angry Video Game Nerd: The Nerd reviews bad Batman games in both part 1 and 2 of the Batman episode while dressed in a Batman costume.
  • Becoming Human episode 6: Adam lists Batman and Robin in the great crime fighting duos.
  • Happy Tree Friends: In the episode "Wrath Of Con" The character Nutty dresses up as Batman

Commercials[]

  • Apple Cinnamon Cheerios commercial: Apple and Cinnaman are a parody of Batman and Robin.
  • Fruity Pebbles: Pterodactyl Man and Super Cocoa Man are based on Batman.
  • Pink Panther (1993): Pantherman is a parody of Batman.

Gallery[]

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Nutty as Batman

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