Speed after Killer Croc’s Tail-Gator on Batman’s Batski!
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Stage a land-water pursuit of Killer Croc’s Tail-Gator at Gotham City harbor with this action-packed set from THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE. Help Batman™ prevent Killer Croc™, Zebra-Man™ and Tarantula™ from escaping in Croc’s huge Tail-Gator truck featuring big wheels with rubber tires, suspension and two crate bombs. Give chase on Batman’s Batski with two stud shooters. Includes three minifigures with assorted weapons and a big figure.
Build Killer Croc’s Tail-Gator truck and send it into action against Batman on his Batski. Tail-Gator features huge wheels and tires, two crate bombs and driver’s cabin with space for a minifigure!
Featured in THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE
Includes three minifigures, Batman, Zebra-Man and Tarantula, but Killer Croc big figure
The LEGO Batman Movie building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
Tail-Gator measures over 5” high, 7” long and 4” wide, Batski measures over 1” high, 3” long and 2” wide, Killer Croc stands over 3” tall
460 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 14 years old
Killer Croc™ Tail-Gator is rated
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Rated 4 out of
A Great SetKiller Croc Tail-Gator is a great set that has both good and bad things in it like most sets.
The first thing is the range of new characters and minifigures included, it is nice that LEGO is including less major characters in their sets and in this set those characters are Tarantula and Zebra-man who we have never gotten before in a LEGO set and they look great. While Batman looks basically like the same to the other Batman minifigures in the other Batman Movie, sets it is still nice to get him. While Killer Croc is fantastic and the new version of him in this set is so well done that it boosts up the price of the set significantly, but it is still worth it.
The truck, Tail-Gator, also looks good and the use of different signs, bones, and swamp like builds on it make it look great. There are quite a few stickers but they make this truck look beat up and wore down which is perfect The only complaint is that the truck seems a bit small like it is supposed to be a $50 or even a $40 dollar set but this is because Killer Croc bumps up the price because of how big he is. This can be compared to the Rancor Pit set back in 2013 how the Rancor big fig also bumped up the price in that set. And the other complaint would be that there are some of the technic holes showing around the tires.
So overall, this is a great set that has some new characters and a massive Killer Croc big fig. The truck just looks like it belongs to Killer Croc with it worn out look and how the shift stick and the steering wheel go all the way to the back so Croc can drive it himself. I would definitely recommend this set to anyone to buy and I hope you all enjoy this set as much as I did.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 2 out of
Great, but too priceyAlthough this is a FANTASTIC set -- designed sooo well, and everything looks great and is fun to play with -- the price point is clearly $20 too high (Per the amount of LEGO pieces in the set). Really a shame. The figures are terrific (I LOVE the callback to the classic LEGO crocodile in this version of Killer Croc), and the main vehicle is brilliant (As all of the vehicles in this LEGO Batman Movie line are).
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 4 out of
Killer Croc's expensive Tail gatorI was looking forward to this set quite a lot. I always thought it was a bit of a hefty price considering you only get 460 pieces. Whilst I do really like the set, it's hard to get over the price.
First off the minifigures. Exceptional honestly. Let's go through.
Batman: He's ok. He's a good figure just not the most interesting considering he's in nearly all the other sets. I do like the new utility belt piece and I don't mind him being in all the sets, just not all that interesting.
Tarantula: Really good. Good use of the cmf minifigures waitress hair. While she's not a very well known character, she's a very good figure. She comes with some common sai pieces which is fine. Not exactly a villain more of a vigilante but still a good character to get.
Zebraman: The most obscure character of the set. Very good though. Nice printing on the arms and sides of legs. Common Mohawk piece but always good. Overall good figure.
Killer Croc: here's the big one of the set. He's the main reason I can imagine people buying this set. Really good. I love his oversized rancor arms. I love the classic crocodile face. I love his tail. My favourite big fig yet.
The Batski: Bit of a weird one but happy there's something for batman. Not sure how useful this will end up being against a land vehicle but if you put it against penguin's JetSki from the Arctic Roller it could have use. It's nice enough though so it's fine.
The Tail Gator: The big vehicle of the set. I rather like. This review is more of my opinion than what the set actually is. I do like various parts of it, like the suspension and 8ball. Overall it's pretty good, I just wish it had two more planks to cover up the technic pieces.
Conclusion: it's a very good set, however it's overpriced. If it had have been a bit cheaper I would appreciate it a lot more.
-Killer Croc himself
-The detailing on the Gator (especially the 8ball)
-The minifigures in general
-Can't see the use of batski in this situation
-The price (the set's biggest issue)
-Could of covered up technic pieces
Overall rating: 7/10
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 4 out of
No Croc, this is the real dealI like it but I don't love it.
The little Bat-Sea-Doo is pretty lame, I guess Batman needed something, but it's definately not a real fair match.
Killer Croc doesn't walk, his legs don't move at all. (More on this later)
For the price, 3 mini-figures and an oversized mini-figure doesn't seem like a great deal.
Killer Crocs claw fingers move, which is cool, and his mouth opens and shuts and that's cool too. In general I really like the oversized mini-figures found in some sets now but it does bug me there legs don't move at all.
The truck is very cool, the "wear pattern" and different shading in areas makes it pretty interesting and it has pseudo-shocks which is pretty neat as well.
I'm pretty sure I'll buy everything in the Batman Lego set but this wouldn't be my top choice. If the price was equal this set would be far better then Bane's but the price isn't equal. I feel both sets are a little overpriced.