Batman 1989 Batmobile Gets Massive Lego Set for Black Friday




LEGO unveiled a new Batmobile ensemble based on that of 1989 Batman . This truly massive set is the biggest Batmobile ever revealed by the toy maker. She will be there just in time for the holiday season. LEGO will launch the 3,300-piece behemoth as part of its Black Friday 2019 product line on Nov. 29, but fans of Caped Crusader will have to shell out a nice penny to grab the last set.

As revealed by LEGO, the 1989 Batmobile set will cost $ 249.99. The set comes with 3,306 pieces. These pieces include essential accessories that film fans will appreciate. Three figures, Batman Vicki Vale and Joker, will be included. To give more weight to this publication, LEGO has revealed a promotional video with many features and details included in this very detailed set. The company has provided the following description.

"This LEGO brick version of the 1989 Batmobile features a slide-opening cockpit with a new wrap-around windshield element planned for November 2019, 2 figure seats, a steering wheel, Speed ​​and dashboard, 2 hidden machine guns not pulling under the bonnet and activated by rotating the turbine exhaust, 2 decorative grapples, Hubcaps with Bat logo and specially designed tires for the front wheels, Batwings and other iconic design details. "

Also, the set comes with a rotating display stand, which also comes with an information plate. As for weapons, Batman will come with his Batarang and Joker will have his rifle. Batman will also have a precise cape at the movies and Vickie Vale will have a camera. Once built, the Batmobile is 4 inches tall, 23 inches long and 8 inches wide. Lego Batcave, who will turn 80, will be a good companion.

While LEGO was traditionally a toy line for children, it has increasingly entered the market for collectors and modelers focused on adults. This is an excellent example of what is firmly intended for the adult audience, given the high price, as well as the skill level associated with the set-up. This strategy has been successful for LEGO, which has released a wide variety of collectible games based on iconic franchises, which also extends to Marvel, Star Wars and Jurassic Park among others.

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The film by Tim Burton Batman turned out to be a defining moment in the history of Batman movies, but all superhero movies. With Michael Keaton as a DC Comics hero and Jack Nicholson as a Joker, the film was a resounding success: it brought in $ 411 million worldwide, with a relatively modest budget of $ 35 million. dollars. Burton and Keaton returned for the remainder of 1992, Batman Returns. While it was eleven years before X-Men was released in theaters and more or less ushered in the modern era of cartoon movies, the importance of Batman can not be overstated. People interested in getting their hands on this set when they are on the shelves can visit LEGO.com.

 Ryan Scott at Movieweb

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