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  1. I did the review of the Ninjago Minifigures Bricktober 2017 set last week so if you have not read that, go ahead and read it. As a moderate fan of Superhero movies and comics, I like Batman. I can tell you upfront that I'm not the biggest fan but I can tell you right away that I really like this set when it was first announced. So, let's not waste more time and go straight to my 13th RA review, set # 5004939 The LEGO Batman Movie Minifigures (Bricktober 2017). Overview Name: 5004939 - The LEGO Batman Movie Minifigures Theme: Promotional \ Toys R Us (Bricktober) Year: 2017 (2H) Pieces: 27 pcs Minifigures: 4 Price: free with purchase USA: Free with purchase worth 50 USD or more Canada: Free with purchase worth 75 CAD or more Europe (i.e.Germany): available at 14.99 EUR initially then became free with purchase worth 40 EUR or more Singapore: Free with purchase worth 60 SGD or more Malaysia: Free with purchase 199 MYR or more Hong Kong: Free with purchase 450 HKD or more Offers vary per country. It could also vary in different stores in the USA. Introduction If you read my first review on this year's Bricktober, you'll know that this year has a lot of very interesting minifigures. I'm going to switch gear to my superhero thinking hat now so let's begin with the front panel of the packaging. Front view Just like the Ninjago set, the little box is protected with a slide-in plastic cover that is secured with seals at both ends. The TLBM set contains some small elements that may detach from the minifigure accidentally and could slip outside the case due to their small size. So when you get your copy, pay attention to the 1x2 money tile and gold sword. Ensure they are in the package. Unlike the previous set that I got, these minifigures are snuggly fit inside their own chambers inside the packaging. I also noticed that this packaging has less words in front than the Ninjago package. Apart from the recommended age of "6+" and "Limited Edition Exclusively at Toys R Us" words, there is no other printed words. Back view There are 2 more corporate logos included at the back, reminding everyone that this is a licensed property of both DC and Warner Bros. Like the previous set, the packaging seal / batch number at the back of my set is 24GH7 even though there is one country missing in the source of components -- Hungary. Components were sourced from Denmark, the Czech Republic, Mexico and China. Side view This is the 2nd set for Bricktober 2017 therefore the "minifigure #2" is highlighted in white at the top side of the box. This is true to my region as different markets may have different order of release. Again folks, this set is "Limited edition, Exclusively at Toys R Us" as seen from all sides of the packaging. As with the previous set, those words are translated from English to German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian and Mandarin (Chinese). In Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong, there is a free pop-up card laminated paper backdrop that comes free with each Bricktober set. I am not sure if the item below is also available in US/UK/EU because it really varies per market. You can see the front of the card below. The information printed on the back is the same as the previous one. Below is how the pop-up card looks like with the minifigures Minifigures I used a hobby knife to cut the seals from both ends and then I freed the minifigures out of the box. Voila! We get 4 minifigures out of the box. From left to right, these Batman minifigures are officially named Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman, Easter Bunny Batman, Wizbat and Baturion. They all came pre-built so there is no building needed. I reported the weak clutch power in the Ninjago set last week for which I was truly disappointed. For this set, I have a mixed result as far as my copy is concerned. Only the Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman has a much weaker clutch power. The Easter Bunny Batman has a weak clutch power due to the utility belt in the middle of the torso and legs assembly. When I remove the utility belt and put together the torso and legs assembly together, the clutch power is remarkably stronger than any of these Batman minifigures. The Wizbat is given to have a weaker clutch power because it is connected to a slope piece. However, once I connect it to other legs assembly, a normal clutch power is there. Baturion is also weaker than typical but not as weak as the Dollar Bill Tuxedo batman. Front view with all accessories and head gears / hair piece There are a number of different batsuits that are yet to be released so when these four were announced I was really excited, specially for the blue bunny. The prints are all unique. Having Bunny headgear in a new colour alone is something to be excited about, at least to those who collect all the animal costumed characters. Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman comes in green torso and legs assembly with dollar bill printed all over it - front, back and sides. He even has a gold necklace, a black undershirt and black necktie. A 100 bill 1x2 tile also comes as additional accessory. I think this tuxedo is something that a pimp will wear but I really don't know anyone in real life so who am I to speak. Next is the Easter Bunny Batman which comes in Bright Light Blue. LEGO officially calls this colour Light Royal Blue so there is something royal to this Blue Easter Bunny. It has pink basket (soft rubbery material), a dark azure egg, and a white utility belt (new colour). Wizbat is a ridiculous rendition of a wizard Batman. He has a bat bling bling (amulet) and a bat staff. His bat robe has batman symbol printed in front of the dark blue torso and slope piece. It also comes with a dark blue cape and high round collar. Last one is Baturion which is essentially a Centurion Batman, hence the name. I have to be blunt though. I don't like the ancient Roman army in general. I didn't collect the Roman soldier minifigures and I don't care much about them so my opinion on Baturion is just neutral. I do appreciate the design. It is an excellent minifigure. It has a curved rectangular shield in black with batman logo (new colour & print), a unique torso, new dual moulded legs with new printing, as well as a new roman soldier helmet in black with dark red plume fused together. It also comes with a gold sword. It's really a loaded minifigure and I can see why many people will like it. Back view with all accessories and head gears / hair piece The back view shows the back printing of the Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman and Easter Bunny Batman. The material used in Wizbat and Baturion cape is the spongy stretchable type, but there is also a classic cloth used for the high round collar of Wizbat. As you can see from the picture above, the capes were all creased because they were already inserted and worn onto the minifigure inside the packaging. I will talk more about these capes later on, but let's continue with the minifigure details first. Side view The side printing is quite generous in this set. Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman got both side arm and leg printing showing the same dollar print, while Baturion has side leg printing showing the pleated garment. Front view without the accessories and head gears / hair piece. Let's remove the cowl of all these Batman minifigures so that we can see each different expressions. Spoiler: three of them got dual face prints. First, Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman got an existing head with neutral / grin pattern. Easter Bunny Batman has a new snobbish look with a headband pattern that covers the whole eyes area and not the usual kind that covers only the forehead. It's the only one with single face print while the rest have dual face print. Wizbat got an existing stern / open mouth angry pattern Lastly, Baturion seems to have a distinctly new pattern also because it has a different head band pattern that I cannot find in any other Batman minifigures. Back view without the accessories and head gears / hair piece. As mentioned earlier, only 1 of these minifigures has no dual face print and that is the Easter Bunny Batman. You can check the alternate face with the cowl in my Flickr album. Ok, now that we're done showcasing the minifigures from the set, I will proceed to the portion where I will showcase other minifigures and give you some ideas how they compare with other minifigures of the same type. Again, I cannot give Baturion justice because I don't have any Roman-related minifigures so just enjoy the pictures without it. Batman likes patterns Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman enjoys company with Kiss Kiss Tuxedo Batman, Vacation Batman and Lobster Lovin' Batman. Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman probably has the most flamboyant look. Money is not everything, but it is something You can imagine different scenarios where you can use the dollar bill tuxedo torso and legs assembly. It's begging to parody any subject dealing with money and riches. Exchanging groceries Here's a picture of the Bunny Suit Guy being coerced to exchange his carrot for the blue easter egg. You can imagine this blue easter bunny torso as the alpha male bunny with its 6-pack muscles torso print. I could also imagine erasing the Batman logo to make this torso more versatile but it's silly to do that if you can just use a plain torso for replacement. Drop your goods inside the basket! Easter Bunny Batman showing the other costumed minifigs who is the boss. Somewhere in the infinite inter-dimensional universe, Stitch is Batman Stitch torso has a different shade of blue but due to the lighter printed shade on the chest, it seems to integrate well. Portrait of a Happy Bunny Family, or is it? They say two is a company, three is a crowd. I say, two is a company, three is a family. Then it should follow the Fibonacci sequence... 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, etc. You know how quickly rabbits propagate. The sorcerer supreme I don't really like the use of slopes to make a "skirt" or long robes but I guess they are fine when prints are done this good. Parts Here is a quick recap on what those 27 pieces are. You should count the head, torso and legs assembly separately (counted as 3 pieces per minifigure). Ok, I said I will come back to talk about the capes. Here is a quick tip on how to fix those creased cloth capes. You can just use a low setting on your steam iron, press them, and the creases will be gone in seconds. See the picture below after just one iron press. Look 'ma, no creases! Conclusion As a regular minifigure collector, I am not really a fan of flesh-skin tone minifigures (unless it is Star Wars ). I do appreciate this TLBM Bricktober set because of its highly desirable batsuits. There are a lot of batsuits in the comics as well as The LEGO Batman Movie universe; I don't think we are going to run out of batsuits soon as they keep on coming! This Bricktober set also earned a lot of interest from collectors and non-collectors. On the day I bought my copy, I even saw a buyer rushing and frantically getting a set to buy because he arrived late at TRU. I saw some getting a dozen (whether it is a group buy or just for reselling, I don't know). All I know is in my region there is a remarkable response to this Batman minifigures because all the stocks from my TRU Malaysia and Singapore are mostly gone by afternoon, on day 1! I really like this set, and I dare say I like this even more than the Ninjago Bricktober set. If I will rank the minifigures based on my liking, it would be Easter Bunny Batman, Dollar Bill Tuxedo Batman, Wizbat and Baturion. Which one is your favourite? You can vote in the poll above. Review summary Playability: 7/10 - Yes, you can play with minifigures. That’s fun too. This is aimed at minifigure collectors so if you want bricks, don't look here. Design / Building Experience: N/A - Everything comes pre-assembled. Besides, there's no building blocks in this set so I’ll just leave it there. Minifigures: 9.5/10 - Getting 4 batsuits is awesome but the weaker clutch power on some minifigures between torso and legs continues to bother me. Price / Value for money: 10/10 - I got this for free so I don’t see any reason why I should not give a perfect score for value. Overall: 9.5/10 - I'm bumping up the score higher than the average score because this is really an excellent set that I will recommended even to non-Batman fans. If you collected those rare Batman polybags and keychains, then you better get this, too, before you regret. Once again, thank you for reading.
  2. Hello! This is my entry for the Millennium Falcon contest on The Brothers Brick. Please excuse the poor picture quality as I was in a rush to get it photographed. While Lego Batman was not impressed with those "bunch of dudes" that he stole a hyperdrive from, he did take a liking to their ship, so after Brickburg was saved, he constructed his own version of the Millennium Falcon: the Millennium Bat! Equipped with 2 quad laser cannons, a Bat-computer, a crime lab, a weapons rack, a Bat-radar, a jet engine, powerful wheels, and a dining room for eating lobster thermidor, this bad boy serves as both a big, fierce crime-fighting vehicle as well as a mobile Batcave. The cockpit opens up to seat the pilots inside. The upper quad laser cannon can be lifted up to access the gunner station underneath. And just like on all the official Falcons, the hull opens up to reveal the interior. There are tools, a workbench, the engine, a desk for detective work, and a small bed. This is where our heroes hang their weapons. Here is the Batcomputer and the sitting area. Since Batman doesn't play board games, there is a plate of lobster thermidor instead of the holo chess. A close up of our heroes: Bat Solo (who always shoots first and hits at first try), Rrrrrrobin (who is very hairy), Princess Barbareia, and their loyal butler L-FR3D. Thanks for looking. Let me know what you think of it. To the comments section!
  3. After watching The LEGO Batman Movie, I am now ready to give a full review of this set with perspective from the movie. Let’s get the ball rolling for my 3rd Eurobricks review. Overview Name: 70904 Clayface Splat Attack Theme: LEGO System / The LEGO Batman Movie Year: 2017 (1H) Pieces: 448 Minifigures: 2 Price: USD 34.99 / EUR 34.99 / GBP 29.99 / SGD 64.99 / MYR 179.90 Resources: Brickset and Bricklink Introduction As a kid I watched the Batman animated series on TV every week. Even though Clayface did not appear in any major live action Batman movie I can vividly recall this villain with its shape shifting abilities. His origin story from the animated series is also quite horrendous so that’s probably the reason why I remember this character very well. The front box art shows Clayface’s big mouth with his right arm shaped like a giant hammer ready to pound Mayor McCaskill. At the back of the box it shows Clayface firing off six-studs rapid shooter as Batman tries to save Mayor McCaskill. There is nothing fancy on the sides of the box so let’s move on. Inside we get 4 numbered bags and an instruction booklet. I am happy to say there is no sticker sheet. Hurray! Build Below is the preview of the instruction booklet on how each bag contributes to the build. Bag # 1 contents This is the body frame of Clayface. It uses basic SNOT techniques very effectively to pull off the structure needed for Clayface’s body. After completing bag #1 you’ll have the body frame and legs completed. You also complete a very small build that makes up the clay “splat” trap holding Mayor McCaskill. Bag # 2 contents After completing bag #2, the front and back of Clayface’s body is already fully covered with medium nougat (BL: medium dark flesh) 2x2 round plates. I cannot recall any other set that uses round plates to achieve this kind of texture and detail. The hinges provide the necessary angle to make the body rounded. At first I thought the round plates will be flimsy but they hold up quite well. Bag #3 contents Bag #3 adds the face and the upper arms. As I mentioned earlier there is no sticker in this set so the eyes are printed on a pair of 1x2 slopes. The mouth is built using several clips that you can swivel up and down. This enables you to modify the facial expression of Clayface from a very mad or grumpy look (default expression) to a mild smile or smirk. So far I have no complaints but if I really need to nit-pick I wish that the designers added varying lengths of clips to add more varieties of facial expressions. Bag #4 contents Finally, bag #4 completes the set with three interchangeable lower arms-- two of them have six-studs rapid shooters and the other one has a hammer-fist. I admit that this is just petty criticism but why put six-studs rapid shooters for both arms when the designer clearly recognises the need for interchangeable arms? I think adding a lower arm with an articulated hand as seen in the movie is more suitable. People are teasing me…. that I look like a poop! Overall, the build of Clayface is really enjoyable. The texture created using round plates makes an unusual organic look that makes my wife gags whenever she sees it on display. Eventually, I have to hide it from her because she warmed me of dumping Clayface in the trash can if she sees it on display one more time. If being repulsive and ugly is the end-goal here, then the designers succeeded. My son likes changing the facial expression of Clayface. Even though the shape of the mouth is limited, the left and right eyes can be swapped to make the angry face look like a frown, as seen from the back of the box. Not to forget -- after completing the build, I still have all these spare parts. Parts Speaking of parts, I have to include a dedicated section of this review for parts alone because I am amazed at the crazy amount of parts in new colour included in this set. This is actually the main reason why I bought this set because once I grow tired of this set I can easily dismantle this and use the parts for my MOCs. It’s like the designer of this set challenged the boss and said “I want these parts in medium nougat or you won’t get this set created,” and voila! 15 new elements in medium nougat (BL: medium dark flesh) and 1 new element in reddish brown were created just for Clayface. In total, 271 pieces in new colours are used in this set (not counting the spare parts). Therefore, as this set has a total of 448 pieces, about 60% of this set is made of parts in new colour. Is there any other set in recent years that can beat that? Minifigures There are only 2 minifigs included in the set which is typical for its price bracket. Both has dual face printing as well as front and back torso printing. Sadly, leg printing is absent for both. If I will put on my Star Wars fanboy hat right now, I will demand “the minifigs must have leg printing” but fortunately this is not Star Wars and the price of this set is very reasonable that the absence of leg printing does not bother me at all. Mayor McCaskill’s is unique to this set and at this moment her bob cut hair piece also appears in this set only. Fun fact: Mariah Carey voiced the mayor. Her birthmark on the face is also present on the minifigure so by right if you own Mayor McCaskill minifigure then you own a Mariah Carey minifigure. I’m not a Superheroes collector so I don’t have a big amount of Batman minifigures but I happen to have The LEGO Movie (TLM) version of Batman that came out in set 70817 (Batman & Super Angry Kitty Attack). It is very similar to the Batman minifigure that comes in this set; however, there are slight differences. Both have angry and grinning faces but the expression from the older one is more exaggerated. The cape of the new Batman minifigure is made of spongy stretchable fabric while the old one uses the classic starched fabric. The utility belt is a new accessory and somehow because of this, Batman’s “10” abs are now more prominent (if you don’t get this reference then you’ve missed it in the TLBM). Also, the yellow ink in TLBM version is noticeably brighter. Overall, the new batman is the better minifigure. Conclusion Superman, you’re not supposed to be here! Ok, I said from the beginning that I will give my opinion with perspective from the movie so let’s address the elephant in the room here. Is the Clayface Splat Attack scene even in the movie? If you have not watched the movie and want to reveal the spoiler go ahead and read below. Now that you know if the set is accurate to the movie, does it even affect my opinion of this set? Not at all. In worst case scenario, I can look at this set as a parts pack to get new medium nougat coloured elements and even having said that this is still a very good and enjoyable set. It’s like an action figure set with 2 minifigures. If you strip it down to core selling points -- you get Batman, a very recognisable villain brick-built action figure with two six-stud rapid shooters, articulated joints and whimsical face, and a Mariah Carey minifigure. My gripe on Clayface not having more ways to change the expression and lacking a normal hand is just splitting hair because my son loves every bit of this set even though my wife hates it for reasons I cannot further articulate in this review. For me, it is one of the better-valued TLBM set out there. Even for someone not heavily invested in Superheroes I will recommend it just for the building experience and parts. Review summary Playability: 9/10 - enjoyable brick-built action figure that kids will love Design / Building Experience: 9/10 - Simple SNOT technique that works with unusual texture using round plates Price / Value for money: 10/10 - At best - a well-designed villain set; At worst - an excellent parts pack of medium nougat elements. Overall: 9/10 - Don’t buy this when it reminds you of poop. Other than that, I highly recommend it.
  4. Batcave MOC

    Here is our LEGO Batcave. I realize there have been many amazing Batcave MOCS, but I wanted to give it a go anyhow. This is about 2 months of my LEGO building time. Lights are from Brickstuff. The biggest building challenge, besides the pure size, was to try to have decent rock work, and lots of different angles going on. Not sure the photos do that justice, but I was pretty happy with the overall result. I drew inspiration from some other MOC's I a have seen, and various incarnations of the Batcave in the comics. Also I have some minor homages to the previous LEGO Batcaves worked in, the Sewer from the first one, some of the details from the new Classic Batcave, and ..... very little I suppose from the 6860 set. I tried to go for a 'working' Batcave. Something with labs, work-spaces, etc. The wood section is supposed to be a leftover from the original foundation which was simply built up around. And I thought it was nice to add a little different color visually. There is a working elevator to an updated Wayne Manor that sits directly above the Batcave, I'll be adding photos of that soon. BCwlights by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCBats by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCNightwing by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCWorkArea by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCBatcomputer2 by Dan Glasure, on Flickr <p>If you want to see more photos, please check out my FLICKR album:
  5. FEEL FREE TO SHARE YOUR OPINIONS! (FaF means Friends are Family) 1. Lady Bat- This costume is so cute and suits Batgirl. I would love to own this figure! 2. Bat Lady- I don't like it the same amount as Lady Bat, but still it's great. 3. Soccer Mom- This MEME outfit is so bossy and awesome. 4. Crazy Quilt- He is kinda missing within the collection of LEGO Batman Movie villains. 5. Killer Moth- I like his design a lot. 6. Gentleman Ghost- I wanted a figure of him since the movie got released. 7. Clock King- He looks badass! 8. Hugo Strange- He looks great in my opinion. 9.Dr. Phorsphorous- AMAZING-Just...amazing 10. FaF Poison Ivy- Ivy is only included in the biggest and most expensive sets.It would be great if there was a non expensive way to get her. 11.Mayor Disguise Batman- The most awesome lookig bat suit in my opinion. 12. Santa Batman- Funny costume. 13.Reggae man- For the guitar. 14.Silent but Deadly Batman-Because he's Batman. 15. FaF Batman- Batman WEARING WHITE? YEEESH! 16. FaF Joker- He looks badass in this outfit, plus i love the glasses. 17.Barbara Gordon Winter Gala Dress- Shame that this dress hasn't been used in a set yet. 18. FaF Alfred- Alfred is only included in the biggest and most expensive sets.It would be great if there was a non expensive way to get him. 19.The Pilot (who's name i forgot)- He IS badass, Joker stares at him in the creepiest way possible, and he just frowns and is like "Umm...No" 20. Captain Dale- Because if we get the pilot, we will need Dale too! 21. FaF Harley Quinn or Batgirl- I would love a whole FaF collection 22. NO Justice League- I'm sorry to all the JL fans, but i would be just sad if i was hoping to get some of the villains/batsuits and got a member of JL. However, i could still trade them to my friends,so no big problem. Thank you for reading, and again, feel free to share your opinions, what you like, what you dislike and etc. Any feedback is welcome!
  6. Arr mateys, it is Talk Like A Pirate Day 2017! It seems even Batman is taking to the Seven Seas, to plunder and drink rum: Batman in full pirate regalia, aboard his trusted "Black Bat". Who needs more than one sail? Who needs cannons? He's Batman! It is a rather simple construction, aye. Loot is aplenty, and you need some room for your batarangs. So celebrate todays most piratey holiday, and may your rum bottle go never dry!
  7. LEGO Dimensions Physical Brick Discussion

    Looks like LEGO's answer to Skylanders with real LEGO toys. Will be another TT Games LEGO video game about a villain tearing rifts between the various LEGO worlds and kidnapping certain characters. Uses many licenses and themes, including The LEGO Movie (which makes some of the other licenses redundant), Lord of the Rings, DC Comics, Back to the Future, Ninjago and surprisingly, The Wizard of Oz.
  8. Hi, is TDK dlc trilogy Scarecrow from lego batman 3 ever seen without his hood? I'd really like to know what face they did use on him. Eventually can someone who have the game check? You just have to kill him and you will see his head in the broken pieces. Or is his head avaiable in the character customization?
  9. Hi Everyone. I am a new member of this forum, and i present to you my latest Moc. Functions: -driving -steering -rotation of the cannon -lights -full suspension About the vehicle: This Batmobil comes from Batman vs. Superman Down of Justice movie This is a fast armored vehicle, very good for chases. Other spec: The vehicle has a full suspension. on the front-independent back-live axle Total weight is 1,6kg, parts around 1900. Two XL motors with ratio 1:1 are responsable for the drive. Some photos here:
  10. This interpretation of 10937 Arkham Asylum as the modular building, “An Alternate Asylum,” was created with four official sets and a handful of various monochromatic plates from my collection. Additionally, I elected to substitute some gray bricks with those of slightly more saturated hues via Bricklink. Enjoy! flickr Front: Rear: Interior: Stealing a moment away: Spooky Street: Until next time~
  11. [MOC] Batman's Batmech

    Hello from France Guys ! I'm Bricks Feeder and it's my Fourth topic on Eurobricks! :) Today, I show you my MOC of the Batmech!! It's based on the Justice Buster and the batbot of the batman Series (2004). I think It's a cool building to play and It's very compact! It has twin Red Sun knuckles for Superman! BIG EDIT (19/08/2017) The final construction has 260 pieces. The Building instructions are available for 5 € on request (Message / Mail). PDF and part list (excel files). I used LDD and Blueprint. Rebrickable : My Other MOCs : ITT : [MOC] ITT (Imperial Troop Transport) from SW Rebels TIE Advanced Prototype : [MOC] TIE Advanced Prototype (aka Inquisitor's TIE) from SW Rebels A-Wing (McQuarrie / SW Rebels Design) : [MOC] A-Wing (McQuarrie / SW Rebels Design)
  12. NOTE: For those who don't know, I'm creating a little futuristic dystopia with my Space Police IV setup as seen in the Sci-Fi section of Eurobricks. Recently, I rediscovered my modified version of the 2014 SDCC "1966 Batmobile" model and decided that my futuristic SPIV dystopia needs a cosmic caped crusader hero. I then added hover pods to the car which feature this print on the bottom of the model. Batman is supposed to be this version, while Robin is here. The front of the Batmobile is something no criminal wants in there rear view mirror! Since this is the far-future, this Batmobile features a on-board Wi-Fi connection to the Bat-computer back home under stately Wayne Manor. The Dynamic Duo are supposed to wear re-breathers, as the car is not air-tight. They would not fit on the figs in LDD, but they do in real life, even with the cape and cowl on Batman. The LDD file is available here, if anyone wants to build this in real bricks as I will (eventually) be doing. Any comments, questions, and / or complaints are always welcome!
  13. Batman LEGO

    Have a look at this video and tell me what you think of the LEGO inside and the video in general, thanks. Could you share it aswell.
  14. [MOC] Batman Tumbler UCS Scale

    This is my Batman Tumbler that was inspired by the UCS set. It is pretty much the same scale of the set, a little smaller but this has no interior because, well I know if you follow me you've heard this enough but...I don't have enough parts. I really wanted to buy the actual set but it was just too expensive so I just decided to make my own. Granted, not as good because I'm not a professional Lego designer but you know, it works. I hope you like it and can get inspired from my mocs. Please be sure to check out my Batpod MOD and LOTR Mocs. Thanks, MovieMocs
  15. This is my mod of the super rare, special edition, Batpod. Only 1000 of these sets were made and could only be won via sweepstakes at the Lego stores in 2014. I've always wanted this set but it was always so expensive on ebay ($1000+) so I got the instructions and tried to build it myself. I had 75% of the parts and they were all pretty much the basic Lego parts. I was going to order the parts I didn't have but just the wheels alone cost $22 each! I just didn't have that money so I decided to make my own version, similar to the set but I exchanged some rare parts for more common ones. For example, I didn't have the real Batpod wheels so I used the wheels from my technic MK II crane and doubled them up which I found looked quite nice and was worth not paying an extra $45. There are maybe 10 other mods I added just becuse I didn't have the special parts but I still think it has that "Batman" feel to it. I hope you like it and will maybe even build one of your own. Thanks, MovieMocs
  16. Lego Song

    Dear all I hope you enjoy this little composition Clive
  17. [MOD] Dark Knight's Tumbler

    This is my mod of Lego 76001 Tumbler :) Sharing the same major flaw of 76001 Tumbler, this doesn't have 4 rear wheels and certain parts at the back are not available in black colour, but overall I'm satisfied with its sturdiness and shape. Hope you guys like it ! Regards, KMP
  18. Bat Wolf, the chopper seen in the Lego Batman Movie, it first appeared when Robin managed to sneak into the Bat Cave, and appeared again around the 1 hr 05 min mark in the movie. Its image is also included in the LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE: The Making of the Movie book. Its not a very accurate build as my only reference was still images from the movie, so I went for simple, straight-forward building technics for this chopper :) Regards, KMP
  19. [MOC] Batwing emerges

    Batwing takes off from its underground base, over the lake, on a retractable launch pad: 2 by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR. 32x32 studs.23 cm high, 900 parts approx.
  20. Hi guys! I don't normally collect Juniors set but I did pick up the most recent DC ones for the minifigures and parts. After fiddling around with the main builds of each set I came up with these Batboat- Lex's warsuit- Tell me what you think! Constructive critism is always welcome
  21. Bat-cave Blitz with the Dynamic Duo!

    Got another brick-flick brewing: The Bat-cave Blitz! Hoping to get a video posted within the next couple months as a follow-up to my last Batman short, Cinema Crusader
  22. Last Week i bought the new Scarecrow Set and i have to say,i`m not too impressed with Scarecrow`s weird Helicopter Thing.So i thought "hey,why not designing anything else?" I tried to use as many of the Pieces from Scarecrows Helicopter and gave his new Mode of Transportation another Twist. Let me introduce you: Scarecrows Balloon of Doom!!! TLBM-Scarecrows Balloon Doom-2 TLBM-Scarecrows Balloon Doom-1 I had the Balloon Parts from last Years Ninjago Raid Zeppelin but needed another Panel to make a full Balloon.Too bad my favorite Bricklink Store has those Parts only in black and red. Seems like Scarecrows Balloon will be striped in the End. So,what do you think of my Design?
  23. A while ago a Youtuber called Onebadawan asked me if he could make a black version of my Dawn of Justice Batmobile design, not seeing any harm in this I gave him permission to do so and he did, he even posted a video of it. After taking a look at what he created I began to wonder how I would have made it if the actual thing would have been black so I took my design, and began recoloring and redesigning it. Obviously a big plus with making a black Batman v Superman batmobile is the fact that you can actually use the specially molded cockpit pieces that Lego created for this Batmobile. There have also been some interesting parts created recently that aren't available in dark bluish gray but are available in black. In the end, while not being as accurate to the real thing, using black pieces does bring several advantages in terms of how it looks aesthetically. The 1000th time that I have recreated this shot in Lego... An image of Batman and his "new" ride. As you can see most of the design is the same as my previous one, the only noticeable difference is the cockpit area. As always a Batman figure is able to sit inside very comfortably, even added some detailed panels inside. And one final shot inspired by Affleck's photoshoot with the Batmobile. Hope that you enjoyed this "new" old build of mine if you did feedback is greatly appreciated. Have a nice day :)
  24. [MOC] Vehicles from the Asylum

    One thing that I really liked about the Batman Arkham games (especially Asylum and City) was how they designed the costumes/vehicles. They truly managed to strike an excellent balance between realistic and comic-bookiness. I have already recreated the Arkham Asylum Batmobile in Lego and it still maintains to be one of my favourite Batmobiles to date. I however also wanted to give the Batwing from that same game a go. Now I am not one for building planes, never really done so, so to create such a unique looking vehicle was challenging but fun. Am I 100% satisfied with how it turned out? No, probably not but I managed to make it as accurate as possible as I could without making it unstable + it also had to fit a minifigure (which it can :)). So now I am presenting you; Vehicles from Arkham; my Asylum Batmobile with some new modifications and the Batwing from the same video game Arkham Asylum, I hope you enjoy. Here are some shots of the two vehicles, as you can see they go pretty well together. Now lets take a closer look at the Batwing by itself; As you can see it can easily fit a Batman figure with big cowl. Now lets take a look at the redesigned Asylum Batmobile; The rear is where most of the modifications took place, after seeing some more shots of the real thing I realized how inaccurate my previous version actually was so with this one I hope to correct that. As you can see, this one can also easily fit a Batman figure with big cowl. One final shot of the dark knight with his new tools of Justice. I truly hoped that you enjoyed these little builds of mine, feedback is as always greatly appreciated. Have a nice day :)