Is Batman: The Animated Series the greatest cartoon ever? Some people say “yes,” while others say “probably.” But no matter whether you’re already on the right side of history or almost there, you can still make the most influential animated show ever a part of your. LEGO’s new set recreates Gotham’s infamous Art Deco skyline from Batman: The Animated Series.

A LEGO tableau recreating the Gotham City skyline from Batman: The Animated Series with it on full display including 4 mini-figs
The LEGO Group

The LEGO Group, Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products, and DC have come together to celebrate a legendary superhero locale. The new 4,210-piece Batman: The Animated Series Gotham City LEGO set is a 3D homage to the cartoon’s iconic city. The tableau-style design features detailed recreations of the show’s most important spots. That includes the Gotham City Court, Arkham Asylum, Joker’s Amusement Park, and more.

The collection also boasts the many LEGO police blimps that dotted Gotham’s sky. They’re joined up there by the classic Batwing and the one thing evildoers everywhere fear, the Bat Signal. 

The LEGO Group

The Batman: The Animated Series Gotham City LEGO collection, designed for ages 18 and up, measures 16.4-inches in length, 11.8 inches tall, and 2.3-inches deep. That will make it easy to place it wherever you like in your home or office, including on your wall. It also comes loaded with Batman: The Animated Series Easter eggs for fans of the show to find in their LEGOs. Some of those are located inside parts of the set that open up to reveal more components. And it’s all topped off with four mini-figures: Catwoman, The Joker, Harley Quinn, and Batman. (We absolutely need LEGO to release at least 30 more mini-figs for this. The show has one of the best and deepest lineups of villains ever.)

LEGO Insiders can grab their copy early, beginning on April 1. Everyone else will have to wait a few days. The Batman: The Animated Series Gotham City LEGO set ($299.99) goes on full sale on April 4.

Is this the greatest LEGO set ever? We don’t want to say “probably,” but we also don’t want to be on the wrong side of history.