Chris Weir doesn't need to tune in at the same bat time on the same bat channel to get his fix of the superhero that's fueled his home-design ambitions.
He built his own Batcave, complete with a home theatre and a secret lever to open the door, according to Barcroft Media.
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In a video touring the $150,000 bat cave, Weir says he was planning his vision for a superhero lair before he even bought the house. He says he made sure there was plenty of basement space.
Naturally, he has about 2,000 comic books, plus a bat suit and a whole host of other memorabilia. However, Weir's obsession falls into perspective when he opens a Shakespeare bust, pulls a lever and waits for the bookshelf to swing open, revealing the entrance to his elaborate cave.
Weir says it took about two and a half years to finish building his dream basement and now his family descends "nightly" into the cave to watch Batman television shows and films.
Reading a Superman comic must be grounds for punishment in this house.
Surprisingly, Weir doesn't appear to be the first Batman-addict to have recreated Bruce Wayne's secret headquarters, nor the biggest spender.
Holy money-to-spare, Batman.