You might never achieve Bruce Wayne’s level of wealth, fancy weaponry, fighting ability, or dashing good looks, but you apparently can make yourself some semi-functional bat wings with PVC piping, a heat gun, nuts and bolts, stretchy black fabric, Velcro straps, and hot glue. That’s what YouTuber The Q did in what looks like a project that was thought up while it was happening. He cuts and bends the PVC, assembles the pieces, and then attaches the fabric to make articulating wings that expand and move with his arms. Clearly not suited for aerial leaps or gliding, at least he’s about 75% towards one seriously bitchin’ Halloween costume.

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