So it's unsurprising, really, that their collaborative Batcave is a Lego tour de force. Containing over 20,000 pieces (Livingston II told CNET Australia that this is a low estimate) and taking over 800 hours, according to The Brothers Brick, the level of detail is jaw dropping. It contains a Batboat, Batmobile, Batcopter, Batplane, Batbikes, Batputer and, of course, the Batman himself.
Although the display was built for the Emerald City Comicon back in March, Livingston told us, "mostly we built because we thought it would be fun!"
Heck, yeah. Click through the gallery below for some choice shots showing the spectacular lighting and details, and visit Livingston's Flickr page for a whole bunch more.
The whole Batcave. It's impossible to appreciate the wonder without getting closer, but a sense of the scale of the thing is absolutely essential.
Here's Wayne Hussey working on the cave. From the back, you can see his technique for structural integrity: he has placed layers of yellow and white bricks at 90-degree angles, and fixed them in place with Lego Technic axels. But just look at that workroom! We're green with envy.