Defend against The Penguin’s Duckmobile invasion of the Batcave in THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE: Batcave Break-in set. The highly detailed Batcave features a rotating transformation chamber for Bruce Wayne™ to ‘transform’ into Batman™, rotating Batcomputer control center with multiscreen elements and elevating platform function, and a prison with an exploding escape wall function. The Batcave also has a rotating wardrobe with alternative Scu-Batsuit, Raging Batsuit or the Bat-Pack Batsuit minifigure bodies for Batman. Dial up the conflict by using the Batboat’s spring-loaded missiles against the Duckmobile’s dual stud shooters and flick missiles. Includes four minifigures plus two Hench-Penguin figures.
Includes four minifigures: Batman™, The Penguin™, Bruce Wayne™ and Alfred Pennyworth™, plus two Hench-Penguin figures, each with robot-style hands.
This action-packed set features a highly detailed Batcave, Batboat and The Penguin’s Duckmobile.
The Batcave features a rotating transformation chamber, raised and rotating control center with bat-shaped Batcomputer with multiscreen elements, rotating chair, elevating platform function, two cabinets to hide Batman’s Batarangs, plus Batman™ logo tile, prison with exploding escape wall function and a rotating wardrobe with three different Batsuits (minifigure bodies) for Batman.
Put the Bruce Wayne™ minifigure in one side of the transformation chamber and rotate to reveal the hidden Batman™ minifigure.
Activate the elevating platform to move a minifigure from the ground to the Batcomputer control center.
Select Scu-Batsuit, Raging Batsuit or the Bat-Pack Batsuit minifigure bodies for Batman™ from the rotating wardrobe.
The Batboat has a minifigure cockpit, two spring-loaded missiles with secret trigger, four stud shooters and rear batwings.
The Penguin’s Duckmobile features a minifigure cockpit with adjustable lever, two dual stud shooters, 2 flick missiles and a rotating propeller.
Weapons include Batman’s two Batarangs and the Hench-Penguins’ buzzsaws.
Accessory elements include Batman’s cape and new-for-spring-2017 molded utility belt, breathing device, flippers, microphone and gold-colored cowl, The Penguin’s fur-style collar, umbrella and top hat, and Bruce Wayne’s glass.
This set offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 8+.
Batcave measures over 8” (21cm) high, 15” (40 cm) wide and 7” (20cm) deep.
Batboat measures over 2” (6cm) high, 7” (20cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Duckmobile measures over 3” (9cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 3” (10cm) wide.
Rated 5 out of
Great set for the price. Love it.Hello. This is a very well thought out Batcave. The attention to detail is great, the layout is easy to build, the play features are good, and the set is a nice size for display purposes.
This was the set I was most anxiously anticipating. The Batman suit conveyer is worth the price of admission alone. The set comes in 8 numbered bags with one instruction book. You get one sticker sheet and one loose rock formation piece as well.
The directions are straight forward and easy. The sticker placement guide is very accurate. I love how the Bat Computer turned out as there are 9 stickers for it. The stickers are of substantial quality as we have come to expect from Lego. I wish there had been more printed tiles, but exclusive bat suits make up for that.
The piece count is on point. I think you get a nice variety of colors and shapes in this set.
The vehicle builds are both very solid. The Bat Boat is my favorite. I opted not to use all the stickers as both Ducky and Bat Boat look great without.
The minifigures included are great as well. I love all the print work, different capes, and hair pieces. It is very nice that we get Alfred, Bruce, and Penguin in the set. I would say my favorite is Alfred.
This is a great set at $99.99 USD MSRP.
Pros: brick assortment, great layout, solid vehicle builds, great Minifigures, nice play features
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Very good value for the price. It looks great, the bat computer is really well put together. I think the batsuit conveyer belt is really cool, very good idea, with more space for extra bat suits to be added, I'll be putting some of the batman minifigs from the new collection in there until we possibly get some more released. The bat boat looks like something out of James Bond, very stylish, & Penguins duck is just brilliant, the only thing I would say about that is I was slightly disappointed that the propeller didn't go round as the wheels moved, a similar mechanism to that of Killer Crocs vehicle in the sewer smash set. The only other little minor point is I thought Lego would've done another little turning mechanism for the bridge that lowers down to the bat boat. My 4 year old son says he likes the mechanism that pops open the back of the jail, & the Bruce Wayne/Batman transformation section. As ever great detail on each minifig. Slightly disappointed that my Alfred as got some grey colouring that has transferred onto his bald head, as I've come to expect each Lego minifig to be near perfect so that was the only real disappointment for me, but overall I love the whole set, can't wait to get Arkham Asylum!
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 5 out of
To the batcave!When i picked up this set i thought i had low expectations for it but when i built the full thing it looked amazing the mini figures were detailed almost at every point, the vehicles were creative yet a tiny bit serious and the bat-cave was just phenomenal! the play features were fun but the main attraction was that amazing brick built bat-computer(besides the stickers ha-ha) i knew that was going to be the key build for me! but enough about the bat computer on to the play features the first one is a jail cell that have the walls in the back break off, the second play feature is a changing place for bruce wayne to turn into batman the last play feature on the batcave is a little elvator walkway for bruce wayne/batman. the vehicles also have small play features as well the "duck and cover" has flick fire missiles and stud shooters. "the riptide" has two flick fire missiles. well that about wraps up my review my final rating: 10/10 i hope everyone who reads this has a great week and feel free to check out my other reviews and bye for now!
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 5 out of
What a great set!Wow. What a great set! What I like:
- It’s sturdy. Seriously, this is well built, obviously for play in mind. This contrasts starkly to the 1960’s Batcave which will fall apart if you close the door too hard. Connections and cross pieces bind the whole thing together like glue. The designing team have done a sterling job on this front.
- It’s detailed. Though I dislike stickers, the Bat computer / displays / console is wonderfully detailed, really communicating the vibe of upcoming movie.
- That Batsuit rack. A very smart addition to the set, though there should have been more empty spaces to accommodate at least the other suits found in the current minifigure range (let alone the two dozen or so past incarnations). I will eventually add another, or extend the rack.
- The Bat boat is very well built, though see below for one point of criticism!
- Of course, the figures. Superbly detailed, these speak for themselves – the Penguin is possibly my favourite. Glad to see arm printing too.
- The mechanics. The bridge is great, as is the costume-changing swivel unit.
What could have been improved:
- Similarly to the recent A Wing set, the cockpit of the Bat boat is woefully sparse, looking incomplete and lacking the attention that otherwise makes this set so wonderfully detailed. I will remedy this in due course myself.
- The ‘prison’ unit is a bit boring, I feel. There is a mechanism that breaks the back wall; it would have been better, perhaps, if it blew the front out instead.
- That’s about it.
All in all a fantastic Bat Cave, and one clearly aimed at ‘play’ as well as ‘display’. It’s a present for my little son and I expect we’re going to have a lot of fun with it.
Price wise… well… it’s neither here nor there. I was always going to buy it, but an £89.99 or £99.00 would have been a satisfactory sweet-spot. There is always going to be a premium on licence themes (and for living in the UK), which we will just have to accept.