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Batman Cufflinks by DC Comics

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Tired of people not knowing how much you love Batman when you’re in a tuxedo? A workable solution is here in the form of the Batman Cufflinks , officially licensed by DC Comics and Wayne Enterprises. They’re black (of course), and in the shape of Batman’s famous cowl, with a DC Comics logo closure. They also might make a cool double-reverse-fakeout alibi if you actually are Bruce Wayne, attending a fundraising dinner or something.

Don’t let their small size trick you into thinking they’re cheap.  They’ve got a Bruce Wayne-worthy price tag at $125. Of course, you’re not just getting the cuff links – they arrive in a collectors’ box, complete with a comic strip on the inside.

Interested in grabbing yourself a pair?  Head on over to Cufflinks.com.

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