70 Best Batman Riddles For Batman Fans

Last Updated on December 17, 2022 by Michele Tripple

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Put up the bat signal tonight for these batman riddles! These are perfect for nights fighting crime or a day in with Alfred. Test your skills and see if you have trained enough to know Batman and be his trusty sidekick Robin. Batman riddles can be great for anyone, even if you’re a Superman fan! These can also be used to break the ice that Dr. Freeze set out trying to sabotage a new friendship.   

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Batman Riddles 

My kids always have the debate about who is the best superhero, and Batman always comes out on top! If your kids are like mine, they may eat, live, and breathe superheroes, so these riddles are perfect for them! Not only are they spending time with one another, but they are also learning more about their favorite hero.  

Don’t worry; The Riddler hasn’t come to spoil the fun with awkward riddles– these are for everyone, no matter the age. Gather your family and get ready for some quality family fun. See who gets the most batman riddles correct!

For more riddles that you will love, be sure to check out our winter riddles, our math riddles, and our emoji riddles.

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batman riddles

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Q: Hope Shines Brightly In A City This Dark, Find The Source Of The Signal And You’ll Soon Hit Your Mark.

A: The Bat Signal

Q: Its black, furry and flies about
Try not to be scared if you can
It likes to hang out upside down
And Bruce Wayne is this type of man
Who am I?

A: I’m Batman!

Q: I can be cracked.
I can be made.
I can be told.
I can be played.
What am I?

A: A joke

Q: I grew up from a seed, as tough as a weed. But in a mansion, in a slum, I’ll never know where I come from. Do you know what I am?

A: An orphan.

Q: See you in hell.

A: Arkham Asylum.
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Q: What’s black and blue and dead all over?

A: You!

Q: When is a secret suddenly a rumor? When is a rumor suddenly a fact?

A: When the proper question is asked.

Q: What Is The Beginning Of Eternity, The End Of Time And Space, The Beginning Of Every End, And The End Of Every Race?

A: The letter “e”

Q: If You Look At The Numbers On My Face, You Won’t Find 13 Anyplace.

A: A clock

Q: If you are justice, please do not lie. What is the price for your blind eye?

A: Bribe
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Q: The less of them you have, the more one is worth?

A: A friend.

Q: I Can Start A War Or End One. I Can Give You The Strength Of Heroes Or Leave You Powerless. I Might Be Snared With A Glance, But No Force Can Compel Me To Stay.
What Am I?

A: Love

Q: What Does A Liar Do When He’s Dead?

A: He lies still

Q: Which President Wore The Biggest Hat?

A: The one with the biggest head

Q: I Have Billions Of Eyes, Yet I Live In Darkness. I Have Millions Of Ears, Yet Only Four Lobes. I Have No Muscle, Yet I Rule Two Hemispheres.
What Am I?

A: The human brain
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Q: It Can Be Cruel, Poetic, Or Blind. But When It’s Denied, It’s Violence You May Find

A: Justice

Q: A wildcard in the truest sense.

A: Joker

Q: Once you’ve been set up, it hits at the end. Straight up.

A: Punchline

Q: It’s not a joke, but sometimes you need to shout twice to really mean it.

A: “ha”

Q: Hit me hard and I will crack. But you’ll never stop me from staring back.
What am I?

A: Mirror
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Q: Fear he who hides behind one

A: Mask

Q: I am first a fraud or a trick. Or perhaps a blend of the two. That’s up to your misinterpretation.

A: Confusion

Q: What was new, is new again. Rebirth. Restoration. Reformation.

A: Renewal

Q: Why couldn’t Robin play baseball?

A: He forgot his bat, man.

Q: What superhero plays baseball?

A: Batman
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Q: When is a prizefight like a beautiful lady?

A: When it’s a knockout!

Q: How do you stop a dog from barking in July? (Joker’s moll)

A: Shoot him in June

Q: Why is a quarrel like a bargain?

A: It takes two to make one

Q: What has branches and leaves but no bark?

A: A library

Q: What won’t run long without winding?

A: A river
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Q: What kind of machines has ears?

A: A train has engin(ears)

Q: When does a Boy Wonder rhyme with bubble?

A: When he’s DOUBLE – SPLIT in two halves – right down the MIDDLE!

Q: What is more mink skins used for than anything else? (Joker)

A: To hold minks together

Q: How do you make a dishonest shortcake?

A: Lieberry shortcake (corrupted version of ‘library’)

Q: When is a man a stupid relative?

A: When he’s a mannequin (a dummy)
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Q: Why was Flo Ziegfeld like a nearsighted man?

A: Because they both put on spectacles (Harold Lloyd)

Q: What’s most alluring when it’s lowest or highest; when it’s in the air or in a hole; when it’s served you yet you can’t touch it?

A: An enchanting ace (introduction to Siren)

Q: What suit of cards lays eggs?

A: One that’s chicken hearted (calling Batman a coward)

Q: Why is an old collar button like an old pile of burning automobile tires? (Batman)

A: Because they both choke! (Robin)

Q: When’s a donkey spelled with one letter? (Robin)

A: When it’s “U”
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Q: How does Batman’s mother call him to dinner?

A: Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Batman!

Q: What position did Bruce Wayne play on his little-league team?

A: He was the bat-boy.

Q: Why did Bruce’s date go badly?

A: Because he has BAT breath!

Q: What does Batgirl wear to bed?

A: Her Dark Knight gown!

Q: What’s the difference between Batman and a robber?

A: Batman can go into a store without robin!
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Q: What squeals louder than a caught rat?

A: Several caught rats

Q: Follow the maze until you find the rat. Bring him into the light, and you’ll find where I’m at.

A: Reveal who the police informant is to the public, and the Riddler will reveal where he’s been hiding.

Q: You are el rata alada.

A: www.rataaladrata.com

Q: Since your justice is so select, please tell us, which vermin you’re paid to protect?

A: The rat.

Q: Why is an orange like a bell?

A: Because they both need to be peeled.
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Q: What is always on its way here, but never arrives?

A: Tomorrow

Q: What belongs to you, but is used by others?

A: Your name

Q: We’re five little items of an everyday sort; you’ll find us all in ‘a tennis court’.

A: Vowels

Q: Why is a woman in love like a welder?

A: They both carry a torch

Q: When is the time of a clock like the whistle of a train?

A: When it’s two to two.
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Q: What is it that no man wants to have but no man wants to lose?

A: A lawsuit

Q: The more you take away from it the larger it grows, what is it?

A: A hole

Q: There are three men in a boat with four cigarettes but no matches. How do they manage to smoke?

A: They threw a cigarette overboard, and made the boat a cigarette lighter.

Q: When is a person like a piece of wood?

A: When it’s a ruler.

Q: What goes up white and comes down yellow and white?

A: Egg
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Q: What is it that travels on all fours in the morning, on two legs at noon, and three at twilight?

A: Man

Q: What is Joan of Arc made of?

A: Maid of Orleans.

Q: Why is silk like grass?

A: They are both sold by the yard.

Q: What kind of men are always above board?

A: Chessmen

Q: What do you throw away that keeps returning?

A: A boomerang.
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Q: What has neither nails or bones, but has four fingers and a thumb?

A: A glove

Q: What kind of pins are used in soup?

A: Terrapins

Q: Why is a musician’s bandstand like an oven?

A: Because that’s where he makes his bread.

Q: When is the top of a mountain like a savings account?

A: hen it peaks one’s interest.

Q: When does a painter use a trigger instead of a brush?

A: When he’s a stick up artist
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Do you know some other great batman riddles? Be sure to share them in the comments so that we can try and solve them!

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