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Cape/Cowl/Create Event

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s 'Cape/Cowl/Create' event in downtown San Diego celebrated the iconic character’s 75th anniversary and the upcoming release of Batman: Arkham Knight, during Comic-Con International 2014 at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego on Thursday.

Photos by: Todd Williamson/Invision for Warner Brothers/AP Images

Cape and Cowl created by Frank Iero at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s ‘Cape/Cowl/Create’ event in downtown San Diego.


  
  A close-up of the Cape and Cowel created by Frank Iero
A close-up of the Cape and Cowel created by Frank Iero


Sara Blake aka Zso had a more vibrant take on the 75-year-old character at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s ‘Cape/Cowl/Create’ event in downtown San Diego.


Apex envisioned the Dark Knight with a rainbow of colors flying through his cape.

Mike Perry's design has our Dark Knight throwing up the prettiest of bile, colored in high contrast to his black cowl with a sweeping navy cape, at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s ‘Cape/Cowl/Create’ event.

Mike Perry's candy colors spew out from the throat of his design, adding stark variation to his dark demeanor.

Akio Segawa incorporated additional Batman & Friends cartoon characters into the folds of his Batman's cape at the exhibit.


Mr. Cartoon The aptly-named Mr. Cartoon created an eerily-shiny, super sleek Batman costume at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s ‘Cape/Cowl/Create’ event.

Derek Deal turned our sleuth into the anti-hero he's always battling wits with, the Joker.


Benjamin Escobar added a floral aspect to Batman's cape at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s ‘Cape/Cowl/Create’ event in downtown San Diego at the Hard Rock Hotel. Coining in on the high trend of all things flora-print.

Conrad Leach decided that Batman should be number 13 to match his dark demeanor.

Conrad Leach also gave The Caped Crusader goggles to mix up his recognizable mask at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s ‘Cape/Cowl/Create’ event in downtown San Diego.

Nathan Sawaya paid homage to the history of DC Comics with a retro Batman, recreating the legendary issue #27 cover that Batman first appeared in with Legos.

The artist by the name of Horsebites opted for a turquoise hue and linear lines.

Justin Fines had bleeding black and white crosses and tally marks on his version of Bruce Wayne's alter ego at the artists' exhibit.

Designer Buff Monster saw Batman in flamboyant pink for a unique vision of the overly masculine character.


Michael Hsiung's Batman was undercover with a shaggy beard, sunglasses and a wool hat. Very Hancock-esque.

The famous funny man Will Arnett even contributed a design for the special celebration of Batman to mark the character's 75th anniversary.

Director Zack Snyder's creation came with a trench coat, trilby hat and dark eyes turning Batman into famed Watchmen boss Rorscach.

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