Batman and LEGO go together like peanut butter and jelly. Heck, which other superhero got a big screen LEGO movie? And now, we’ve got our first glimpse into the official LEGO playsets for next year’s upcoming film following the caped crusader,
The Batman Batcave/The Riddler Face-off (581 Pieces)
Batman’s action-packed HQ, The Batcave, is equipped with computers, tools and welding gear for vehicle repairs. The set features six minifigures from the upcoming movie: Batman, Selina Kyle, The Riddler, The Drifter, Alfred, and Commissioner Gordon. Three elements containing coded messages from The Riddler are readable using a special magnifying glass to reveal the clues. When Batman ventures out on his motorcycle, he can disguise himself as his alter ego, The Drifter. This Batcave even has its own jail. The playset also allows the Batmobile to drive onto the ramps, ready for repairs. You can pre-order this one for $80.00 now at Walmart.
The Batman Batman Batmobile/The Penguin Chase (392 Pieces)
This battle-ready Batmobile features two spring-loaded shooters that launch mega missiles from the front, either simultaneously or individually, when kids press plates on the hood. The windshield and roof assembly lift off so the Batman minifigure sits in the cockpit. There’s even room for a passenger. The action can be turbocharged with the addition of blue-flame elements attached to the exhaust. The set features two minifigures: Batman, with a fabric cape, and The Penguin, with a shooter and hand-held rocket launcher, which includes an integrated stud-shooter that fires circular pieces. Pre-orders for this one at a price of $29.97 are available now.
The Batman: Batman & Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit (149 Pieces)
Kids can take their imagination on a thrilling motorcycle ride with Batman and Selina Kyle (Catwoman). With two powerful-looking motorcycles and two minifigures, plus a Batarang, grappling gun, chain and gem element, thrilling adventures will never be far away. A glow-in-the-dark Batsignal provides extra inspiration for endless superhero stories. The free LEGO Building Instructions app contains an additional digital guide that kids can use to zoom, rotate and visualize their model. This is the most reasonably priced of the sets, coming in at $14.97. You can pre-order this one by clicking on this link.
The Batman: LEGO Technic Batmobile (1,360 Pieces)
For you high-end LEGO enthusiasts, there’s also this highly detailed toy car building set. It showcases a true-to-life design packed with hot features. The model includes two light bricks, one red and one yellow. The red light adds an awesome glow to the transparent toy engine at the back, while the yellow brick lights up the front grille. Other cool features include steering on the front wheels, differential on the rear wheels, a spinning flame, plus opening doors and hood. For $100, this beauty can be yours. Pre-orders are up now.
We’re still a little bit away from the film but these sets have us more excited than ever.