Join in the action-packed LEGO DC Super Hero Girls world as Batgirl battles the yellow Kryptomite for her stolen ePad.
This great set features a Batgirl mini-doll figure, the Batjet with opening cockpit, stud shooters on the wings and a net shooter at the front, plus Kryptomite buggy with an ePad and a fearful yellow Kryptomite.
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So, I guess boys aren’t allowed to play with these? – By Julie Ann Dawson on November 28, 2016
My nephew loves legos and he loves comics. So when something like this shows up in my Vine queue, I’m going to grab it. Alas, the description in Vine just said it was Batgirl. It didn’t specify that, for reasons that only make sense in the patriarchal minds of corporate America, that this specific set had LEGO GIRLS plastered all over it. Because I guess gods forbid someone accidentally give a boy a toy that features a female character, right? We have to label clearly which Lego sets are meant for girls, I guess? Do the male sets now say “Lego Boys?” or is it just assumed that anything no labeled explicitly for girls is for boys by default? Good news is, my nephew didn’t even bother reading the box before tearing this open to add to his collection, but I am disappointed that Lego is so obviously segregating female heroes from male heroes.
Otherwise, it is a nice set.The batjet is awesome. With the exception of a female superhero, the set is not even “feminine.” The colors are geared toward blues and neutral tones. Accessories include epad, net launcher, a buggy, and other non-girlie items. It is a solid Lego set that didn’t need the explicit “Girls” label.