Bust into Arkham Asylum with Batman™ and banish The Joker™ and the other Super-Villains with the Phantom Zone Projector element. This highly detailed set from THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE features the massive Arkham Asylum model with many different areas—including Dr. Harleen Quinzel’s office, ward office, four cells, an ‘x-ray’ security scanner, canteen, visitors’ room and laundry room—plus a separate five-story lookout tower, police car and loads of play-inspiring accessories. With 12 minifigures—and plenty of Super-Villain characters among them—also included in the set, the role-play possibilities are endless.
Includes 12 minifigures: Batman™, Robin™, Aaron Cash, Dr. Harleen Quinzel™, Barbara Gordon, Poison Ivy™, The Joker™, The Riddler™, Two-Face™, Catwoman™ and two GCPD officers.
This action-packed set features a hugely detailed Arkham Asylum with a guard tower, plus a police car.
The Arkham Asylum features a roof with chimney, decorative and snow elements, adjustable exterior searchlight-style elements, a statue in front of the large opening entrance doors, ‘x-ray' security scanner, Dr. Harleen Quinzel’s office, ward office, visitors’ room, four cells with opening doors and hanging vines outside Poison Ivy’s cell, canteen, laundry room, red phone box with a phone element, plus a separate lookout tower.
Reveal a skeleton ‘x-ray image’ as you guide a minifigure through the security scanner.
Help to run Arkham Asylum from Dr. Harleen Quinzel's office, featuring assorted elements including a computer, rotating chair and two syringes.
Monitor Arkham Asylum with Aaron Cash in the ward office with assorted elements including a desk, computer, safe, donut and video tapes.
Feed the prisoners in the canteen featuring a table and assorted elements including trays, plates, sausages, pretzels, donut, cheese, watermelon, and juice and milk cartons, plus a separate picnic table build with four minifigure seats.
Visit the inmates in the visitors' room featuring a partition wall with window element and a phone element on each side.
The laundry room includes two washing machines, washing powder box, broom and other assorted elements.
Also includes weight training equipment elements like a bench for a minifigure with a barbell stand and barbell, plus two dumbbell hand weights.
The lookout tower features five levels and assorted play-inspiring elements including a basketball hoop, two boxes of TNT explosives, three computer monitors and two loudspeakers.
Police car features a removable roof to easily place three minifigures inside, opening doors, an opening trunk and translucent police-light-style elements.
Accessory elements include Batman’s Phantom Zone Projector, cape and new-for-spring-2017 molded utility belt, Robin’s cape, Dr. Harleen Quinzel’s clipboard, Aaron Cash’s hook, and the GCPD officers’ two walkie-talkies and two handcuffs
This set offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 12+.
Arkham Asylum measures over 11” (30cm) high, 18” (46cm) wide and 9” (24cm) deep.
Lookout tower measures over 11” (29cm) high, 3” (10cm) wide and 1” (5cm) deep.
Police car measures over 1” (4cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide.
Rated 4 out of
Fun, but unconnectedI had so much fun building this set! The only downside is the three parts are not actually connected. I wish they would actually lock together because I have to 'take it apart' in order to move it anywhere. Otherwise it was a fantastic build!
Date published: 2018-03-30
Rated 5 out of
Excellent set- great MinifiguresDespite what some of the negative reviews here say this is actually a very cool set. My daughter and nephew spend hours playing with it and the detail of the set is quite good. In response to the negative feedback on the set, sometimes the older fans forget that most of these sets are intended for children. As far as a child is concerned there are lots of play opportunities and my personal favorite is the selection of characters/ Minifigures. The kids took turns building which lasted about half the day and they had a great time with it. Why an "expert" builder would bash a children's set is beyond me. Great job on a great set, Lego!!
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 4 out of
The Best Arkham Yet!Probably the best Arkham yet and here's why; The previous two sets have, although, been big this one towers over them both with a vast array of interesting building designs, realistic cells and a ton of detail. This doesn't mean I don't have problems with it though, I cant understand why the building is covered in snow, however it may play a part in the movie, since it hasn't been released yet, so for now, I will give it a pass. My main problem with this set is the fact that the villains don't have their full costumes on and instead wear Arkham jumpsuits. At least one of them could have wore their proper outfit. On the whole though the minifigures are very good with exclusive versions of Robin and Barbara Gordon. Not to mention exclusives such as Aaron Cash, Harleen Quinzel and Two Face. Overall this is the best Arkham Asylum yet and is also a great set in general.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 2 out of
Disappointed, boring, missed opportunity.I had seen this online and at stores but hadn't looked at it in depth to see what it really looked like, I have the two previous Arkham Assylums and I wasn't interested in it just yet. Well that changed when I took my son to see the new LEGO Batman movie. In the movie, I was immediately interested in the possibility of the inside of the asylum to look remotely similar to that in the movie.
But after putting it together it's nothing like the movie. They totally missed the opportunity to replicate the movie's interior design with the jail cells along a wall, instead you get two disjointed cells on each detachable side building. LEGO could have made a jail cell for each character they included, dump the cop car.
For $150 the playability is significantly underwhelming. The "X-ray" machine doesn't really have much movement, is impossible to actually play with due to limited space. The cop car is out of place and doesn't add anything to the set. I'd argue that it even takes away from the set, because it's so out of place. The rest of the set is too tiny too cramped and too flimsy to play with. Good luck getting the food into the cafeteria buffet.
One thing I did like is the large quantity of characters included. Thank you LEGO.