“Where does he get these wonderful toys?”
When Jack Nicholson’s Joker said that when he saw Tim Burton’s jaw-dropping butting in 1989 Batman The same thought went through the minds of millions of Batman fans.
Well, now you can get your hands on a replica of that batting real toy. Well, a Lego replica to be exact, so you can actually make it yourself.
Yes, Lego has just released a 2,363-piece 1989 batting set, although it is one of the most influential pop culture related sets.
Measuring an impressive 22 centimeters wide, 52 centimeters long and 11 centimeters long, this 2,363-piece set features a removable rhyme, possible aerodynamic flaps, and even a special brick that allows builders to mount their models on the wall. Allows mounting and displaying.
The set also comes with three minifigures (Batman, The Joker, and a Boombox Goon), and is dotted with Easter eggs, such as the Joker’s gas balloon and a screen labeled ‘Bat Engine’ on the vehicle’s engine.
Batting is the latest set to showcase Burton’s iconic film vehicle since the 1989 Botomobile set, which was previously released. It is currently available in Lego stores and Legoland certified.