Intercept the Kryptonite with the armored Batmobile!
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Use Batman's Batmobile—featuring big wheels and opening doors—to battle for the Kryptonite. Fire the stud shooters and evade the forklift's flick missiles. Face off against LexCorp henchman's stud-shooting bazooka with Batman's silver Batarang and explode the Kryptonite cargo from the spring-loaded forklift. Includes 3 minifigures: Batman™ and 2 LexCorp henchmen.
Includes 3 minifigures: Batman™ and 2 LexCorp henchmen.
The Batmobile features an opening cockpit for Batman™, big wheels and 2 stud shooters.
Fire the flick missiles of the forklift and activate the spring-loaded explode function.
The back of the forklift can also be detached as the battle hots up.
Weapons include Batman's silver Batarang and the LexCorp henchman's stud-shooting bazooka.
Also includes a comic book!
Batmobile measures over 1” (5cm) high, 7” (18cm) long and 3”(10cm) wide.
Forklift measures over 3” (8cm) high, 3” (10cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide.
Kryptonite Interception is rated
4.6 out of
Rated 4 out of
Good set but a small problem with instructionsthis is a pretty nice batman set. the batmobile looks pretty good.
here are the individual parts...
the forklift is a pretty nice small build. I'm glad they went for flick missiles instead of the spring loaded ones. the action feature works but you might have to hold the forklift down to use it easier. it comes with a small build for the pallet with kryptonite not much to talk about there. (not saying that in a negative way)
the batmobile is a nice medium-smallish build. it has twin stud shooters at the front. before I go any further I will point out the problem. the instructions show that the sticker covers up most of the shield piece but actually the sticker is a some smaller. the instructions show that the sticker is closer to the front of the batmobile. not that big of an issue but may need to be fixed. you get to the cockpit by pulling the top of the "roof" up and out (left to left right to right.) the exaust pieces were a nice touch to detail.
batman: a nice batman with dual colored legs, nice printing, and a duel sided face. he also uses the new style cape.
henchmen: both are nice additions and both have duel sided heads.
pros: nice bataman
cons: only 1 weapon
no small structure
in conclusion this is a nice smallish set but aside from a little instruction confusion its a fire buy!
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of
Batmobile rolls into action!The LEGO Batman vs Superman wave has been kind of a bummer but this set is the best out of them! The reason being is because this is a very easy way to get the new batman mini figure. Not to mention probably the cheapest way to get the bat-mobile now. the set consists of three mini figures, batman and two lexcorp henchman. The vehicles included are the bat-mobile and a lexcorp forklift. The fork lift that has two lexcorp stickers on the right and left side and a steering wheel for the driver. The bat-mobile has two opening doors and a control panel in the cockpit of the vehicle. The play features are a bit unnecessary but again Lego is more towards kids. The play features consist of that the bat-mobile can fire two stud shooters and the forklift has a two play features 1. the front of the vehicle can fire off the kryptonite bay and the back can launch off. This set is a great set for batman fans or just fans of the movie this set is a must buy in my opinion! final thoughts: Rating 9.5/10, Great Minifigures. Well that's it for my review, feel free to check out my other reviews and have a great week!
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of
Batfleck BatmobileIf you liked the Batmobile of the Batfleck, and wanted to add it to your collection, this set would make it possible for a really good price.
You get the generic Batman, as usually with every other set, so not much to tell about that.
The Batmobile, however, is really cool. One of the highlights is that you can stand Batsy on the front (and even rip off the windscreen), so if you combine this set with Clash of the Heroes, you can recreate the whole "Do you bleed?" scene.
But even on it's own, this Batmobile is really cool and detailed, especially considering the price & size.
You get 3 bad guys, some kryptonite and a forklift. They are a nice addition, but not really necessary. I would've been happy to get the Batmobile only for a little less money, but I'm not complaining this way either.
You get some nice & more detailed kryptonite pieces, which I think can't be found in other sets, so they are a nice addition.
The forklift itself is easy to build and looks good.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 5 out of
Do You Speed? You WillBatman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Love it or hate it, fans and critics of the controversial March 2016 blockbuster agreed on one thing: Ben Affleck's performance as Batman was amazing. Considering the "Batfleck" was one of the most talked-about parts of the movie before its release (and products with the Dark Knight always do well), it made sense that the good folks at the LEGO Group would want to enshrine Zack Snyder's take on the Caped Crusader in brick form. The result is a great set. The set's divided into three parts: The Batmobile, a LexCorp forklift, and three minifigures.
The three minifigs included are of Batman and two LexCorp henchmen. The LexCorp figures are nice to round out your minifig collection, and the torsos could come in handy for future builds, but the Batman minfigure is great. This might be my favorite Batman minifig aside from, and possibly even surpassing, the minfig based of off Batman's design from the "New 52" line of comics.
There's not that much to say about the forklift. It's a forklift. It's green. You can build it in maybe five minutes, tops. It has a rubber band to give the fork itself a fun little play function. It would come in handy for a warehouse build, though.
Oh my goodness. This car. The Batmobile from Batman V Superman is my favorite live action Batmobile yet, and this set doesn't disappoint. I love the brick attached flickfire launchers, as well as the new pieces used for the gull-wing doors. If you know what you're doing and follow the instructions, it shouldn't take too long. The end result feels solid, has some real weight to it, brings some nice play value from the flickfire launchers, as well as rolling it around. It also looks great on display.
Overall, I love this set. If you want a piece of Batman V Superman in LEGO form that's a bit more substantial than 76044 Clash of the Heroes, but 76046 Heroes of Justice: Sky High Battle's $60 price point is just a bit too high, or if you just want a really cool Batmobile, you should check this set out. You won't be disappointed.