LEGO Batman Cake

These Marvelous LEGO Batman Cake and Cookie Pops were made by Marzia Caruso.

LEGO Batman is standing on top of this multi-tier cake. A number 6 is beside him. The Batman logo is on the side of the top tier of the cake.

Multicolored LEGO bricks are on top of the bottom tier.

Around the side are building silhouettes. Robin and Batgirl are standing beside the cake.

The birthday name is in yellow letters on the cake board.

LEGO Batman Cake

Close-up of LEGO Robin

LEGO Batman Cake

Close-up of LEGO Batman

LEGO Batman cookie pops

The Batman cookie pops were served with the cake.  There are cookies of the Bat Symbol, the number 6, LEGO Batman’s face, and LEGO Batman.

Batman Cookie pops

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Batman Cookies

These wonderful Batman cookies were made by Sylvie Bear Cookie.  I love the variety of Batman that Miyuki included.  My favorite is the cookie on the top right because it reminds me of the original Batman costume from Detective Comics #27.


Batman Cookie

Batman from Batman vs. Superman


Joker Cookie

The Joker


Batman '66 Cookie

Batman ‘66


Stephanie Brown Batgirl Cookie

Stephanie Brown Batgirl


Batman Cookie

Batman doesn’t look happy to be keeping company with the Joker and Harley Quinn.


Batman Cookies

Holy Double Batmen, Batman!


Joker, Batgirl, and Harley Quinn Cookies

The Joker, Batgirl, and Harley Quinn.  The Batgirl and Harley Quinn cookies are inspired by the cookies of Shirlyn Leong.

Bruce Lee vs. Batman Cookie


80 years ago today, Detective Comics #27 went on sale.  It introduced a brand new hero named Batman.  Batman would become one of the most popular costumed heroes ever.  He has appeared in so many comic books, cartoons, and movies.  Outside of stories, Batman has been featured in more merchandise than any of us can imagine.  Just for fun, I want to Amazon and searched for Batman.  There are over 80,000 Batman related items on Amazon.  Google has indexed around 650,000 pages related to Batman and that’s just pages in English.

This blog accounts for over 2,700 of those! Needless to say, it was hard to choose one item to feature today.  Since Batman is first and foremost a comic book character, I wanted to feature a piece of edible art that looked like a comic book.  I also wanted if possible to feature Batman in an action scene.  After looking at a ton of post, I chose this absolutely amazing Bruce Lee vs. Batman Cookie made by Frost Me Beautiful Edible Art.  It is based on a drawing by the extremely popular comic book artist Mike Deodato.  It is one of my favorite Batman themed cookies that I’ve posted.


Bruce Lee vs. Batman Cookie

Did you know that Bruce Lee appeared with Batman?  One of the highlights of Batman ‘66 is a two part crossover with the Green Hornet (another favorite of mine).  In those episodes Kato is played by the amazing Bruce Lee.


Bruce Lee vs. Batman Cookie

Bruce Lee vs. Batman Cookie




That’s for visiting Between the Pages. I hope you enjoyed Batman Birthday Week.  I’ll be back again tomorrow, but this time I’ll be featuring something from Batman’s distinguished competition.

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Catwoman Cookie

This Saturday is Batman’s 80th birthday!  To celebrate Batman’s big day, I’m declaring this Batman Birthday Week on Between the Pages.  Each day, I’m going to feature a cool cake, cake topper, cookie, or pumpkin carving featuring the classic characters that make Gotham City home.

Today, I’m featuring this gorgeous Chibi Catwoman Cookie made by Cookies Art By Shirlyn.  Shirlyn teaches a class on how to make this and other chibi super hero cookies.

Catwoman is my favorite super villain.  She is gorgeous and smart.  She is the ultimate cat burglar. I love her flirtatious relationship with Batman.  Plus, she isn’t psychotic like most of Batman’s villains.

Come back tomorrow – same Bat-Time, same Bat-Channel – for Day 5 of Batman Birthday Week, we’ll be visiting 1966.

More Batman Cookies.