Here is the only full suit of armor that the Higgins collection had. Most of the other armor had a few pieces missing due to all sorts of reasons. I am not entirely sure why it is riding a pink horse. Some call it Floyd, I call it Pinkie Pie.
There is also a video of an old black and white movie being projected onto the wall in the background here. It loops around all day long.
As you can see, there are certain pieces of artwork incorporated into this exhibit that were from the art museum's collection. Some of them help give a contrast to the aggressive nature of the armor.
The director wanted to incorporate Batman into this exhibit. He wanted to show the fantasy armor has given inspiration to even today.
We do have this $3000 comic book, and we do have one of Micheal Keaton's Bat Man Suits from the Tim Burton movie.
This exhibit will be open for a few months, and then it will be closed for a while again. I highly recommend visiting it. Next Saturday the museum has free admission until noon.
Currently there is very little of the collection from Higgins on display, but more will be introduced to the museum's art collection over time.