'The Lego Batman Movie' Batmobile and Scuttler sets ooze eccentricity
The release of The Lego Batman Movie brings a tidal wave of new sets for Caped Crusader and Lego fans alike.
Here, I've got two vehicle sets, the new Batmobile and the Scuttler.
They're both really cool!
So let's build.
I've got the base of the Batmobile.
But best of all, we have Batman himself.
There he is.
Absolutely adorable, for a guy that's a crime fighter.
No printed bricks with this set of things.
But the stickers are pretty cool.
And we have this figure, man bat, and for some reason he is holding some dynamite.
Check out the posable Spoilers.
We've got Robin.
Look, I've put his hair on, and also his geeky glasses.
So here is the Batmobile, and look at it roll.
And these are the Kabuki Twins, which are actually the Penguin's hench-ladies.
I think they look like Vega from Street Fighter II.
So far for the Scuttler set, we've got **** Grayson, and this Batman comes with a Ridiculous rocket pack.
And we've got Commissioner Gordon here and Poison Ivy.
Look at that hair put leaves in it.
Lastly for the minifigures we have The Joker.
Complete with bang pop pistol thing.
And this is Barbara Gordon she looks badass.
She's not even holding a weapon but I'm still intimidated.
Everyone meet the Scutller.
It's basically a vehicle version of the bat that's not flying but crawling around the floor and climbing up cave walls.
The four [UNKNOWN] limbs allow batman to climb around the crime scene and find his catching net after this canon.
I must warn you of the stickers though.
Some of them are extremely long and thin and because they're transparent it makes them very fiddly to attach without getting finger prints on them.
That said though look at this bat mobile, it's great.
You can fire the roof off, and turn it into an all terrain vehicle.
It's also nice that Batman and Robin can actually sit side by side without their arms getting in each other's way.
Keep an eye out for more Batman sets released later this year and stay tuned to CNet.
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