Project: Rooftop has announced the winners in its Batman 2.0: The Dynamic Do-Over.  The purpose of the contest was to redesign the famous Batman costume in light of the new person taking over the mantle of the bat.

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Anjin Anhut was the Grand Prize Winner, who used a red and black color scheme that looks the most practical of all the entries.  Anhut picked up The Batman Black & White Statue by Matt Wagner, a retailer exclusive DC Direct Batman action figure, Batman: The Black Glove HC signed by JH Williams III, and Detective Comics #844 signed by Dustin Nguyen.

Take the jump for a look at the other winners in this contest sponsored by Rouge’s Gallery Comic Book Store.

First Prize Winner: Daniel Heard received a copy of Detective Comics #847 signed by Dustin Nguyen, a DC Direct Batman Action figure, and Batman: Gotham Dark Knight animated deluxe 2-disc DVD.

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Second Prize Winner: Chrstian Nauck received a copy of Detective Comics #849 signed by Nguyen and a Eaglemoss Batman metal figure.

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For a look at the other winners in the contest, head over to the Project: Rooftop website.

via Project: Rooftop

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5 Comments

  1. Bazor
    March 28, 2009 at 11:50 am — Reply

    Is it just my own interpretation, or do these three designs seem to be working on the assumption that Nightwing will be the next Batman?
    The first two are much less bulky than Bruce and all three mesh the bat symbol with the nightwing symbol.

  2. March 28, 2009 at 1:24 pm — Reply

    The second two seemed to focusing a bit more on flashiness and “coolness,” compared to the winner which focuse more on practicality and simplicity.

    I think they picked the right entry for the winnings.

  3. Kuato
    March 28, 2009 at 3:49 pm — Reply

    All three are pretty cool in their own way. Although the helmet on the black & red version makes him look like Zoltar from G Force (or Battle of the Planets / Gatchaman). On first prize winner’s design I don’t know if a bat-shawl is a good replacement for the cape. The second prize winner resembles the Ultimate Batman outfit that Draxhall Jump did for Wizard magazine a few years back. Still cool.

  4. shamon
    March 28, 2009 at 11:22 pm — Reply

    I really enjoy seeing all of those . any legion history coming up soon ?

  5. Red Star
    April 19, 2009 at 10:16 pm — Reply

    They’re all awesome but the first two look the most appropriate. The first reminds me of the animated Teen Titans and the second is just perfect if you can put aside your preconceived notions of that bat-shawl. If it’s made out of some sort of bullet proof material like the cape is on other bat themed costumes, it makes sense that the more acrobatic Dick Grayson would have more freedom with his motions the Bat-shawl than a traditional cape.

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