For lifelong DC fans, a new film auction site is now allowing you to achieve your dreams - if you're willing to pay the price.
The Superman costume worn by Christopher Reeve, and the Batsuit worn by Michael Keaton in Batman, are now available on the online auction site, Nate D. Sanders Auctions.
The suit from Superman is the light blue tunic worn by the late Christopher Reeve in the first Superman film. The movie was released in 1978, and Reeves wore this specific costume during the film's flying scenes.
The tunic is made of two parts sewn together, as the flying harness complicated matters for the suit.
The Batsuit up for grabs was worn throughout the 1989 Batman film, as Michael Keaton made his big-screen debut as the caped crusader. The suit comes mounted on a stand, it it's just over six feet tall.
These outfits aren't going to be cheap, as you could probably imagine. The Superman costume begins bidding at $35,000 and Keaton's Batsuit begins at $40,000.
You could own one of these classic suits today - if you've got the cash for a bidding war.
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