This piece perfectly sums up the '60s era of Batman. Colorful, crazy but awesome.
Vincent Van Gogh and Batman are a match made in heaven. Who else to paint the Dark Knight than the most brooding artist of them all?
Frank Miller's unique art style allows for a very unique tattoo. The Dark Knight Returns was a game changer and so is this tat.
More than any other tattoo in the world, this one screams, "I'm Batman."
This tattoo seems to be asking if you like to dance with the devil in the pale moonlight.
Anne Hathaway's Catwoman was great, but Michelle Pfeiffer's left a lasting image. Particularly on this person's body.
This tattoo is best paired with an umbrella while dining at a seafood restaurant.
This tattoo is vengeance. It is the night. It is Batman.
Batman and Nightwing are partners forever. You and your bestie can be too, with these tattoos.
Batman and the Joker are destined to battle each other forever. What better way to commemorate that than with a tattoo that lasts just as long?
When the ink is no longer wet, this tattoo has Bane's permission to dry.
We can't think of anything that'd make us feel safer than constantly having Batman right there on your shoulder.
If this person ever gets bored and needs something to read, they simply have to roll up their sleeve and check out their arm.
Jim Lee's design for Batman has defined the character's look for more than a decade. As you can see, this Batman design is sleek, stylish and overall rad.
Heath Ledger's Oscar-winning portrayal of the Joker was one for the ages. No one will ever forget that performance and this tattoo perfectly illustrates just what was so chilling and magnetic about The Dark Knight.