Race through Gotham City in pursuit of Man-Bat™ and the Kabuki Twins in the Batmobile.
This set from The LEGO Batman Movie features the Batmobile with a dual cockpit for Batman and Robin, two stud shooters and multidirectional wheels for three different modes—race mode, monster truck mode and parallel-parking mode. Man-Bat is equipped with a dynamite element and the Kabuki Twins each have claws to intensify the role-play battle action.
This set includes five minifigures:Batman, Robin, Man-Bat and the Kabuki Twins.
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Customer Reviews On Amazon.com:
Improved instructions! – By Taylor Corbet
Awesome kit, with both Batman and Robin figurines and a much improved set of instructions. In past Lego sets I had to dump all the pieces out at the same time because parts for a single step might be in different bags. This time there were actually 4 different bags for 4 different parts of the car so I could take a break in between without leaving pieces all over the floor. Very very happy with this.
Legos maniac! – By Dora Knuth
My 12 year old grandson loves legos! He enjoyed putting this together!
Love these Batman movie sets – By Mia Rose
This was a Christmas gift for my son. He loves it. Love these Batman movie sets.
My Eight Year Old Grandson Loves It. – By L. Young
I got this for my eight year old grandson who loves Legos and Batman. It provided him with hours of building fun.
A massive build set replete with funny details and solid construction – but at a hefty price tag – By Scott Schiefelbein
The bar for Lego products is both extremely high and extremely low. If the standard is whether your kids will have fun with the Lego set, the bar is pretty low – your kid either loves Legos or is indifferent to Legos, and most kids seem to adore Legos. If the standard is whether the Lego set at issue sets a higher bar for Legos in general or otherwise stands out among a crowded field of Lego products, that’s much tougher.
On both scales, the Batman Movie Batmobile is an amazing Lego set.
At almost 600 pieces, the Batmobile is a monster to put together (but at $60, it had better be). As one expects from Lego, this build is not a pure façade, but is a completely realized toy from the inside out. Once the Batmobile is finally assembled, you will have a very solid toy that can actually be played with without fear of it falling apart.
One very attractive feature of the Batmobile set is its flexibility – the Batmobile is designed with three ‘sets’ for its wheels – racing mode, monster truck mode, and ‘parallel parking’ mode. The wheels actually move into these new settings without a ‘rebuild’ necessary. If you’ve ever been frustrated with assembling a Lego toy and having the “OK, now what” reaction, this little change is surprisingly refreshing.
As a parent, I also greatly appreciate the little touches that show the whimsical spirit of the Lego movies working its way into the toy. In addition to “Parallel Parking” mode, there are a bunch of little touches – from the funny expressions for both the Batman and Robin figures to the “BTITUDE” license plate to the stencil on the side of the Batmobile, “The Speedwagon” (plus a few more). It’s this attention to detail that sets Lego apart from other toys.
A Master Builder will be able to use a bunch of the Batmobile pieces to create other innovative toys, but this could be a little daunting for younger kids.
On the negative side, it’s a $60 toy. That’s a lot.
But overall, this is an amazing toy worth your consideration. Highly recommended.