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Clone OPatra posted a topic in LEGO LicensedLately LEGO has been coming out with interesting part collections - groups of parts that always come packaged together in their own little bag, and which LEGO treats as a single part in the set inventory. First there was the pack of power splurts and rod sort of things which has come in a variety of 2018 Marvel and DC Superhero sets, then the awesome weapons pack found in only the more expensive 2HY Ninjago sets, and now a Bat-pack coming out in three new Batman sets (76110, 76111, and 76112 the App-Controlled Batmobile). Soon these packs will be joined by a Spidey Web pack coming out in at least one Spider-Man set: 76115 Spider-Man Mech vs. Venom mech As LEGO has sent Eurobricks a copy of 76112 App-Controlled Batmobile, ahead of the full review I thought I'd look at what the Bat parts are all about. The collection consists of the following: 2 large Bat symbols with a single stud and anti-stud 2 smaller Bat symbols with a single stud and anti-stud 2 Bat flag-ish pieces with a bar connection 3 Bat symbols with two bar connections each 2 mini Bat symbols with a single anti-stud All-in-all, these look fairly cool and could be used to easily Batman-ify something, but how useful are they really? Besides for the connection points I mentioned, the rest of the design of each is not really "in system". The anti-stud on the smaller Bat emblem/shield pieces sits flush with the wings, so that one can't be used on a larger plate. The tiny ones could be nice for greebling, so that's something. The flag-ish ones stump me a bit. However, being your intrepid reviewer, I had to get a bit creative and see what I could do with these. That's how I concocted the following scene: Red Skull in his cow-drawn wheel-chariot fleeing from a camel-mounted Bat Spartan, naturally! I've used the three Bat symbols with bar connections to create the rigging for Red Skull's wheel-chariot, while the little stud symbols just add a little bling: Meanwhile, the Bat Spartan uses a big Bat symbol as his shield with a smaller one on his back. The two flags are used as adornment on the saddle. Quite coincidentally, the smaller Bat symbol is exactly the correct size to use in this configuration with the Spartan helmet - the helmet still fits all the way on, and the bottom of the back sits flush with the top of the bat ears. I'm sure the parts designer could not have intended this match. And there you have it! I hope you have enjoyed this look at these new Bat parts. My full review of the App-Controlled Batmobile is coming very soon from the time of this post.