Lego releases Batcave modelled after Batman Returns design


The Bat, the Cat and the Penguin…the Brick. Lego has announced that they will release a Batcave in June, modeled after the one seen in Tim Burton’s 1992 classic

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which was designed by Bo Welch. And at nearly 4,000 pieces, it will definitely be one to flaunt when you flush-we mean finish-it.As per Lego’s website, “this Batcave tableau contains an assortment of authentic details, including movable items that can be controlled from the rear. Users can rotate the chair, change computer screens, and open and shut the illuminated Batsuit(tm), vault, and tool store. The set comes in a shadow-box design that resembles the bat symbol, making it an excellent display for bat fans of all ages. Pre-orders for the 3,981-piece Lego Batcave measure 11 inches high by 20 inches wide. It costs $399.99. The June 8th release date will line up closely with DC’s

The Flash (June 16th), which will bring back Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman.The Lego Batcave set also includes seven minifigures. Buyers will also receive Alfred Pennyworth, Catwoman, Max Shreck, and The Penguin from Batman returns. Have fun pushing Selina out of the shadowbox! Click this link to see all the pictures.

Lego’s partnership with the property has been a lucrative one, with countless sets. More than a dozen of them are based on different Batcave versions, dating back to the 1966 TV series (but those were only 2,526 Lego pieces). There have also been a number of Lego Batman films, with the

The Lego Batman Movie being a commercial and critical success. Will you buy Lego’s Batcave? Which other Batman locales would you like to see get the brick treatment? Let us know in the comments section below!

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