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  1. The Batmobile from Batman v Superman is perhaps my favourite Batmobile design to date. I decided to build a UCS scale version and make it as authentic to the prop car as possible. The cockpit struts and roof panels were inspired by KKB-N7's excellent LDD rendition. Features include detailed interior, rolling wheels, and rotating front turret. More photos on flickr.
  2. I recently purchased "The Lego Batman Movie: Making of the Movie". It has concept art, goes behind the scenes, and has alternate designs for the minifigures and vehicles seen in the movie. I definitely recommend it since I feel it is aimed at an older audience than some of the other Lego Batman Movie books. Some of the alternate minifigure and vehicle designs shown in this book were outstanding and others were monstrosities. Below are a few alternate villain designs I would have preferred. This Scarecrow design is unique and creepy and I love the scarf piece he has. His torso print is pretty basic, but the fear gas shooter makes up for it. The scarecrow minifigure we got is cool, but this one looks so much scarier. I really do appreciate the nod to the classic Lego crocodile in the Killer Croc big figure we got, however, this design is awesome. Maybe it is just because I am an Arkham Asylum game fan, but I think his face and collar make him feel more like Killer Croc than the current version. I wish they would have at least kept the bandages on the official Lego version. This Two-Face design looks like someone set fire to a classic Lego minifigure, I love it. I'm not a huge fan of the Two-Face minifigure we got, I do like how it is Billy Dee, however. This design, though would have me paying the $60 for that set. Oh and in case anybody was wondering about the Joker's alternate designs, believe me they are horrendous. So what do you guys think of these designs, do you prefer them to the current minifigures?
  3. Hello everyone, I am super excited to finally show you my new and improved DCEU Batmobile. If you remember, last year i built a BvS Batmobile and i actually sold a lot of it's instructions, first of all i want to thank everyone who bought those ! However i felt like that model didn't make Patrick Tatopoulos amazing design justice. Thanks to the feedback that a lot of you guys provided i was able to improve upon those areas. My main goals for this new model were: -Being able to change looks from BvS to Jl. -Be more stable on the wheel connections. -Make the wheelguards more stable. -Make it smaller. -Use the "new" windshield piece. Which led me to some intense months of building and testing. But i am very pleased with the final result, not only is it in better scale compared to a minifg, but it's also more accurate in some areas. One of which i am very proud of are the wheel guards. Here's the BvS configuration, and by far my favorite i think Patrick Tatopoulos and his team did a great job with the design so it was very important for me to get it right this time. Fun fact: this was the first variant i did, i just modded it to change the look to how it appears on JL & SS. So here's the SS configuration, it's basiclly the same as BvS except it doesn't have the turret on, So as you can see this is way smaller, and more accurate in scale with a minifig, i would say it's still waaaay too big to be in proper scale but it's definetly better than the previous one. Here's the front of the thing. It's slimmer and prettier than my previous model imo, not to mention that it is a bit more accurate, i must say that i rally like the use of the grey Galaxy guns to represent the flaps that the car has IRL. (sorry for the blurry pic there) Here's the side of the thing, I must admit that the previous model had more details on the side but i think this looks fine, especially considering this is way smaller. I want to point out that the orange piece does not exist on the actual JL car, i just added it for the sake of having different colors on it, the piece also exists on Dark Bluish Grey so that's a easy fix if you don't like it. Here's the back of the thing, By far one of my favorite views of the model, it may lack some of the details my previous model had but i like this a lot more, i think the wheel guards look really good in this angle too which just adds to the overall look. I also tried some new techniques which help get the look right. And i also tried a new building instructions software which makes for some LEGO quality building experience which i hope you all enjoy. If you want to check it out you can click the image on my signature I hope you all like this as much as i do, as always feedback is much apreciated ! Regards -Prime
  4. Batman: "Not that I don't want to get involved, but its really more of a licensing thing..."
  5. Yeah i know,the huge Amount of TLBM themed Moc`s might be a bit overwhelming (why is everyone overwhelmed,how about just whelmed...) but isn`t it just great when a single Movie inspires so many creative Minds. Without further ado,here is my Take on the Police Cruisers from the Lego Batman Movie. I got the Idea when someone posted a Screenshot of an Advertisement from Target for the TLBM Sets.This one,to be precise (Image was cropped to remove unnessesary Stuff) TLBM-Police Car-6 I really liked the Car and i thought "Hey,that doesn`t look too hard to make". So i saved this Image and looked through various Trailers and short Spots to get a Glimpse of how the Car looked from Behind and how the Undercarriage was made.Needless to say there weren`t many high Quality Sources so i started to guess here and there. My first Design with the Digital Designer looked pretty okay... TLBM-Police Car-1 So i made a Partslist and started building after my Bricklink Order arrived. 20170311_184610 20170311_184622 20170311_184630 20170311_184654 20170311_184704 20170311_184722 20170311_184738 20170311_184829 20170311_184840 Of course i changed the Color from Sandblue to Black,since most Parts are much easier to get in that Color.I also had a few Police Stickers from Lego City Sets lying around to add additional Details. So,how do you like my Version of the Police Cruiser? P.S. I won`t add a huge Speaker on the Roof :D
  6. Full post here Who has the coolest gadgets? BATMAN!! Who has the tricked-out ride? BATMAN!! Well, like him or hate him, you gotta admit the Batmobile is pretty darn cool. Especially in Justice League, with all the extra guns slapped on top. I thought the JL Batmobile looked rather awesome, but when pics of the Flying Fox set came out, I wasn’t thrilled by LEGO’s official version. But this is LEGO, so I modded the 76045 Kryptonite Interception set and added the extra guns! Check it out! BEFORE AFTER You can see I added the cannon above the cockpit, the guns on either side, as well as the main cannons in front. Some of the reference images clashed so this was the best I could do. Thanks for looking! Let me know your thoughts in a comment below!
  7. I got a couple of the propeller pieces that I used on this creation. I looked at rebrickable to see how it was used by Lego and in mocs. I didn't see anyone using it for a plane so I decided to design a Batplane. It has two propellers and shaped like the P-38 Lightning. Lex Luthor captured Superman and hacked into the Dark Knight's computer system. He was able to crash the Batwing remotely. Batman couldn't rely on anything with an on board computer. The old WW2 plane he purchased a long time ago was refitted into a new Batplane. I'm not entirely happy with the landing gears. The plane is angled up too high I think.
  8. In 2004 a Batman animated tv series called The Batman was launched. This serie had the difficult task of following the critically acclaimed Batman TAS as such it was met with a pretty negative responds especially due to some of the radical redesigns of the characters.Personally I liked this series quite a lot, sure it may play a part that this was pretty much the first Batman show that I really got into (nostalgia), but I for one actually really like the more "modern" look that the series had. I was especially impressed by the Batmobile (the 1st one). It was something totally different. For a while now I have wanted to recreate this Batmobile in Lego form but never managed to do so until now. I'm very pleased with the final result, I hope that you like it to. Here you can see the Batmobile next to the Batman, as you can see it has quite a low profile. Without the Bat. A look at the front. The side, here you can see some of the details on the side, and again note the low profile. The rear with the exhausts. And ofcourse the Batman can fit inside, probably the most comfortable fit of any of my Batmobiles so far. I have also created a "stealth" version of this Batmobile. This one is pretty much a recoloringInspired by the Young Justice TV Show. I hope that you enjoyed this Batmobile, feedback is always appreciated. Have a nice day ;)
  9. As most of you have probably guessed by my recent creations I am a big fan of Batmobiles. I love recreating them in Lego and have so far done the Arkham Asylum one and the Batman v Superman one. When most people hear the word "Batmobile" however these two aren't likely to be the first thing that comes to mind instead most will instantly think of the 1989 Batmobile from the Tim Burton movies. Initially I wasn't sure about recreating this Batmobile in Lego as it has been done so many times before however when I came up with a rough built I believed that mine would be different enough to stand out from the crowd and so I continued building until I was satisfied. The result can be seen in these pictures below: Here you can see a good front/side shot from the Batmobile to give a good look at it. As in the movie this Batmobile is rather long (about 21 studs) while still being rather narrow (8 studs). The same view from a slightly higher angle. Here you can see the front of the Batmobile. As you can see I opted to use a totally different approach to recreate the "bomb" at the front, rather happy with how it turned out. A side shot to reveal all of the details including the exhausts. Now we move closer to the back. Overal I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. A dead on shot from the rear to reveal the afterburner. Just a shot that I rather liked the look of so I thought why not share ;) Here we have a shot of Batman next to the Batmobile. As you can see it is still pretty small despite its long size... and there is another surprise... Yes, Batman can actually fit inside the Batmobile! Not sure if you can see him but he's in there alright, cowl and everything. Now with the canopy removed we can see Batman a lot more clearly, say cheese! And that was it my recreation of the 1989 Batmobile. I hope that you enjoyed my recreation of this iconic car, if you want to you can leave me some feedback as I would greatly appreciate it, thanks for looking!
  10. I am selling a 100% complete NYCC/SDCC/NYTF collection that I am willing to split up and sell the pieces individually.Condition:All items are mint unless otherwise noted. These are probably the best condition you'll be able to find anywhere as I pride myself on only offering the best. Shipping (US+WW):Shipping within the continental US is free + extra cost if you want insurance. Shipping outside of the continental US will be charged at cost only. You will be invoiced after the item has been shipped so that you're only charged exact cost.Pictures:More can be provided upon request, just ask!Pricing:Some items were listed on eBay by other sellers, in which case the price I listed below is cheaper than theirs. Some items are not listed on eBay or Bricklink, therefore I had to estimate my own prices mostly based off of previous sales. A LOT MORE TO COME! I'm clearing out almost an entire 100% complete Super Hero/Marvel/Batman collection. There are minifigures, polybags, and sets (NIB) galore. The minifigures are either loose or come in gorgeous plastic cases with a comic backdrop. I haven't had a chance to go through and inventory everything yet, so stay tuned. I've posted a few pictures of the polybag/minifigure offerings to come in the next few weeks at the end of this post.Items: #sh028 + #sh027 NYTF Iron Man and Captain America Mint PM for Info #41491-1 SDCC 2016 Brick Heads 41491 Batman and Joker no 0984 Mint 155 #41492-1 SDCC 2016 Brick Heads 41492 Iron Man and Captain America no 0894 Mint 190 #41493-1 SDCC 2016 Brick Heads 41493 Black Panther and Dr. Strange no 1363 Mint 145 #41490-1 SDCC 2016 Brick Heads 41490 Superman and Wonder Woman no 0590 Mint 165 #comcon050-1 SDCC 2016 ATOM Mint 195 #comcon029-1 SDCC 2016 Steve Rogers Mint 245 #comcon048-1 SDCC 2015 Throne of Ultron no 0380 Mint 140 #comcon047-1 SCDD 2015 Action Comics #1 Superman no 0981 Mint 330 #comcon045-1 SDCC 2015 Arsenal Mint 200 #comcon046-1 SDCC 2015 Sam Wilson Captain America Mint 220 #comcon034-1 SDCC 2014 Rocket Raccoon's Warbird no 0413 Mint 220 #comcon035-1 SDCC 2014 The Collector AFA 8.5 Stan Lee 800 #comcon037-1 SDCC 2014 Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile no 0127 Mint 400 #comcon036-1 SDCC 2014 Batman Zur-En-Arrh Mint 490 #comcon028-1 SDCC 2013 Spiderman Mint 2800 #comcon027-1 SDCC 2013 Spider Woman Mint 2000 #comcon030-1 SDCC 2013 Green Arrow Mint 1600 #comcon029-1 SDCC 2013 Black Superman Mint 1450 #comcon013-1 SDCC 2011 Green Lantern NM 300 #comcon014-1 SDCC 2011 Batman NM 750 #comcon020-1 SDCC 2012 Shazaam NM 400 #comcon022-1 SDCC 2012 Bizzaro NM 400 #comcon021-1 SDCC 2012 Phoenix NM 400 #comcon023-1 SDCC 2012 Black Spiderman NM 350 #comcon018-1 NYCC 2011 Batman AFA 9.0 850 #comcon017-1 NYCC 2011 Superman AFA 9.0 1200 #comcon052-1 NYCC 2016 Batgirl Mint $30 #comcon038-1 SDCC Bard the Bowman NM $65 #comcon040-1 SDCC Unikitty NM $110 #comcon049-1 SDCC Bionicle Skull Scorpio Mask NM $35 Thanks for reading.Again, please stay tuned for a nearly complete collection of NIB Super Hero/Marvel/Batman sets, other sets, and more rare items.Thanks,Samuel
  11. With the release of Injustice 2 right around the corner I wanted to give the Batmobile of the previous game another try. Given that the Batmobile from that game was inspired by one of David Finch's Batmobiles that made its debut in the Batman: The Return comic I looked up an Eaglemoss model of that Batmobile and transformed it into Lego form the best that I could. Personally I am very satisfied with the result and I might even say that I consider this to be my best Batmobile to date. As you can see I still managed to keep it fairly small and accurate to minifigure scale despite its "massive" appearance. The rear of this particular Batmobile really reminds me of the Arkham Knight one for some reason. Another shot to showcase the low height of the Batmobile, a normal Batman figure is actually slightly taller than the roof part, obviously the wings are way taller though. And despite its small size it still fits a Batman minifigure with large cowl fairly comfortably. The real reason why Superman is such a bad guy in the Injustice games... he is just jealous of Batman's awesome ride. Angry Kryptonians? No problem this Batmobile knows exactly how to deal with them... bet that is going to eat a chunk of your health. I hope you enjoyed this model as much as I did building it. As always comments either postive or negative are always appreciated. Thanks for watching and have a nice day :)
  12. After building the Batmobiles of Arkham Asylum and Batman v Superman I wanted to give my try at another one, this time however it had to be "different". After looking around for some time I came upon this Batmobile. This Batmobile made its first appearance in the comic Batman: The Return but most of you will probably know and recognize it as the Batmobile from the video game Injustice Gods Among Us. In the game the Batmobile can actually be activated as a special move for Batman. What I find so interesting about the Batmobile is that it is rather different from most other ones out there because it has 6 wheels instead of 4 giving it a bit of an APC feel, atleast for me that is. Building it was rather fun and I am very happy with the final result, here are some pictures: A front 3/4 look at the Batmobile. The side profile shows just how long this Batmobile is. A 3/4 shot of the rear to show of some of the details at the back. A straight shot of the back, the back is probably my favourite part of this Batmobile. The shaping is very interesting and I am very satisfied with how I managed to recreate it. A 3/4 rear shot of the other side. A straight shot of the front to highlight some of the details. Here you can see that the Batmobile can actually fit a Batman figure inside (even with the big cowl). Here is a shot of the Batmobile with black windows instead of red. Personally I like them both... A shot of Batman standing next to the Batmobile, as you can see I still managed to keep the Batmobile in minifig scale despite its larger profile. And one final shot to bring this moc to an end. I really hope that you all enjoyed this Batmobile, if you did feel free to let me know. As always have a nice day! :)
  13. In 1995 the movie Batman Forever was released. The movie itself divided many fans as some liked it while others felt that it was a big step down from the quality of the "darker" Tim Burton films that came before.Personally I like the movie for what it is, I don't think it is a great movie but I also don't feel that it is as bad as people make it out to be.Since this movie was supposed to be more child friendly and more toy marketable all of the vehicles were redesigned including the Batmobile. Since I find the design rather interesting and since it almost hasn't been recreated in Lego form I wanted to see if I could recreate said car in Lego form and this is the result. As usual for my batmobiles I tried to make it as small as possible in order to get it as close to minifigure scale as I could. Here we have Batman standing next to the car in order to highlight the size of the Batmobile. A shot of the Batmobile without a figure. A look at the front of the car, reminds me a lot of the Batmissile of the Burton films. A look at the side, notice the blue lights coming through. A rear angled shot. A look at the back, nothing special here but you can see the big thruster a lot clearer. Simply a shot that I liked. Here you can see that a Batman figure does fit inside, yay! A closer look at the Batman figure without the cockpit. Finally just like the real Batmobile I wanted to create the possibility of having the big wings open up and managed to do so. All it requires is taking away 4 small pieces and voila! A final shot of Batman speeding of into the (rather bright...) night. I hope that you enjoyed this look at my Batman Forever Batmobile, feedback is always appreciated. Have a nice day :)
  14. A little over a year ago DC Comics relaunched their comic books under the banner DC Rebirth. This included a new Batman series and of course you cannot have a new Batman without a new Batmobile. Recently I saw a Youtube video that OneBadawan made which inspired me to try and built my own Rebirth Batmobile. I still had a Batman The Animated Series Batmobile design lying around (never posted it due to me feeling that there are way too many out there) and since the Rebirth Batmobile is inspired by the BTAS Batmobile I went about and turned my design into the Rebirth Batmobile. My original concept model was actually 1 stud higher and longer but since it has always been my goal to built my Batmobiles as close to minifigure scale as possible I managed to make it smaller yet, the final result can be seen here and I must say that I am very pleased with it. The Dark Knight with his new ride. A look at the Batmobile without any distractions. Side shot. The rear part was actually pretty difficult to create given that there aren't any really clear shots of it. Still there is a panel in an early Rebirth Detective Comics comic book and that is where I drew most inspiration from. A Clearer look at the back. The front, all thats missing are some stickers to create some eyes in the Batman hood mask. A shot inspired by the first shot we got of this Batmobile, go look it up, just google Batman Rebirth Batmobile. A low side shot of the Batman standing in front of the Batmobile to highlight how small it actually is. I also managed to create a little interior details, and am glad to report that a Batman minifigure with big cowl can actually fit inside comfortably. Proof that the Dark Knight actually fits inside. Another shot of the Batman inside to highlight that the overal structure is 100% the same. And a final shot to finish things of. I hope that you enjoyed my take on the Rebirth Batmobile, comments, be it positive or be it negative are always appreciated. Until next time ;)
  15. Hello People :) After all this time I’m back with a new creation . The reason you haven’t seen anything for so long is because I went through a process of rethinking the way I build . I used to mainly recreate models from Star Wars or DC comics , with a sole purpose of making the MOC look as accurate to the original as possible , sacrificing stability , playability and overall good structure most of the time . I was no longer satisfied with that . From now on my goals are to build MOCs that both look good , and also are fun , playable , contain smart play features and generally function well as toys. The first result of this “new style” is what you see below : my own original Batmobile. While it draws inspiration from a couple of Batmobiles ( mainly Arkham Knight’s and BvS’s) it is my own spin on the classic vehicle , the Predator . It’s packed with action features : a stud shooter turret , a “hook” style spring-loaded shooter, opening trunk with all the gear you’ll need ( batarangs , a new remote batarang made from some old knight helmet feathers , extra ammo and a line launcher ) and the ability to transform between two modes , one ideal for battles and one built for speed. Also, the turret can be swapped out for a winch , which can be attached to the front spring loaded shooter and then shot - you can catch enemies’ vehicles , bring down walls , shoot it towards a roof and then climb , the possibilities are endless. I have also built a display MOC for my Batmobile - which is the first segment of what will eventually become a full Batcave . It has working lights and spins slowly - as a car turntable should. I would love to hear your thoughts and opinions on this . Do you like this new style of building ? Do you like the look of the car ? What about the functions ? Do you want to see a full Batcave ? Your comments are very important to me :)
  16. I was very hesitant about building this one for 2 reasons. 1 People have already created some fantastic looking Tumblers and 2 I wasn't certain if I could do it justice. Still a few months ago I found myself bored so I put on The Dark Knight soundtrack :) and went to work. After finishing the chassis however (which took me way longer than it should have) I forgot about it. Until very recently that is, unsure what Batmobile I should build next I wanted to give the Tumbler another chance so I continued were I left off and after many redesigns I finally came up with a design that I was satisfied with. The result you can see here. I tried to keep it as small as possible as I always do but since I also wanted to be able to fit a minifigure inside mine might just be slightly too big for it to be 100% minifigure scale, still compared to a figure it is still pretty small and certainly one of the smallest Batmobiles that I have built. One of my goals was also to give it real windows as opposed to just leaving open gaps to simulate them, so I came up with this solution and for me personally it looks pretty good. Note before you start watching I would highly recommend putting on some of Hans Zimmers amazing music for atmosphere purposes ;) A main overview of the vehicle, I tried to capture as many details as I could. Batman next to the tumbler. A cool angle of the vehicle. Side view, as you can see I also implemented the side windows. The rear is something that I am particularly proud of. As you can see I even managed to include the pistons? behind the wheels. Batman in front of the tumbler to highlight its small scale. Another good looking shot. And like I said a full Batman minifigure including cowl can easily fit inside. I hope that you enjoyed my take on this iconic vehicle. Feedback be it positive be it negative is always appreciated. Until next time :)
  17. Batcave Invasion Batcave Invasion - YouTube The Joker (Lego Batman Movie Version) and his super villain squad invade Batman's Batcave. Batman must form his own super hero squad from members of the Justice League to help ward off the threat! I posted a trailer for this a few days ago, however this is the final release! I hope you enjoy it. If you liked it please subscribe and leave a comment! I will begin working on a new project in a few days. Thank you for watching
  18. I messed around with the face a bit and created some new hands. Fiddling around with leftover bits:
  19. MOC Presentation I am huge Batman fan and have passed that love to my 4 year old daughter. I have been building LEGO sets with her for some time now her favorite sets are TMNT, Friends & Batman. She was upset that the store bought Batmobiles did not allow Robin to sit in the Batmobile along side Batman. Therefore i made her the most iconic Batmobile, the 1966 version. This era Batman is fun and campy perfect for a four year old. I collected pieces for my build over a month. I dug through my childhood collection, picked bricks from "Classic Plastic Bricks in Ellicott City, pulled some pieces off my other Batmobiles and ordered parts off brick link to complete the build. The construction took about a week with many revisions specifically to the length of the vehicle. It was all guess and check I did not have any plans other than what was in my head Please support my 1966 Adam West LEGO Batmobile on the 'LEGOIdeas' Website. We have nearly 5,000 votes but need your help to reach our goal of 10K. Thank you for your consideration! Sam https://ideas.lego.com/projects/61339
  20. The Joker (Lego Batman Movie Version) and his super villain squad invade Batman's Batcave. Batman must form his own super hero squad from members of the Justice League to help ward off the threat! The trailer for an upcoming stopmotion animation I've been working on for the past two and a half weeks. I finished the final cut at around 7-8 yesterday and whipped up this small preview. I will be releasing this on my studio's YouTube channel (the same one you are watching the trailer on) on the 18th (Tuesday) so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss it! Thanks for watching!
  21. This is my first MOC that I've uploaded to Eurobricks! So, this is my miniaturised Milano. The Milano is a ship from Guardians of the Galaxy. Anyway, when I created this ship, I was aiming for something similar in size to the ship in Ravager Attack. The final model was a bit larger but I still think it looks pretty good. When I started to build this, I realised that I could turn this into a batwing (also because I lack angular blue and orange parts)... I realise the photo quality is pretty poor (as well as the background) but bear with me. Front View Cockpit Interior And you can fit Batman in....just Underside Trying to work out how to do the fins was a struggle, but I got there in the end! Nose cone build. I'm pretty happy with the way this turned out! More detailed pics. I made use of one of these pieces and added a rod through them. New rock-band now touring! So, what are your thoughts on this creation? Let me know in the comments below! More photos can be found on my flickr Cheers
  22. My Wall-e become a fan of Batman !!!!!
  23. "Upgrades... what are you worried about Wayne". Thanks to the new Justice League trailer we finally got a good look at how the Batmobile will appear in the upcoming movie. Given that it is still based upon the same design of the BvS Batmobile and given that I have already done that one I figured I had to "upgrade" my Lego version aswell and here is the result. As you can see it has everything one could hope for in case of a certain alien invasion... ;) My usual introduction shot, as you can see I've been constantly updating my BvS batmobile so it already was quite a bit different from the version I posted on here some time ago. Add to that the added machine guns, rocket launchers and canon and you have something completely different. The Dark Knight with his new car (tank). A nice side shot. A rear angled shot, no major changes here, do note the added rocket launchers on the sides. A full on rear shot, only major change is the grey wheels that have been added in order to make the transition from the wheels to the main body seem more in line with the real deal. Is the grass really greener on the other side... you decide. A shot based on the shot Zack Snyder posted that gave us the first real glimpse at how the new car would look. And here is a front/top shot to finish things of. Also it is worth noting that Batman still manages to fit inside even with the new big canon on top... guess having no Robin's does have its benefits after all.... Also here is the Dawn of Justice version that laid the groundwork for this one + an added Batsignal based on that movie for fun :) Hope you enjoyed this look at my upgraded Batmobile. Critisism of any kind is always welcome. Until next time.
  24. Does Toysrus ever give away their in store displays?They had a very cool Lego Batman display with many of the characters! Are they for sale anywhere? Thanks!