70922 The Joker™ Manor
Ages 14+. 3,444 pieces.
US $269.99 - CA $349.99 - DE 269.99€ - UK £249.99 - DK 2299.00 DKK
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Dare to enter The Joker™ Manor!
Help Batman™, Barbara Gordon, Alfred Pennyworth™ (in his classic Batsuit) and Nightwing™ regain control of the jokerized Wayne Manor with this massive THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE set. The Joker™ Manor is packed with iconic details from the movie and cool functions, including a rollercoaster encircling the whole building, a huge buildable The Joker head with trapdoor and slide, punching boxing gloves, a rocking ‘The Joker’ sign and rotating ‘big eye’ tower. The interior includes a cinema room with a romantic DVD element, kitchen with buildable microwave plus lobster and lemon-slice decorated tile elements, living room with a buildable grand piano, fireplace and bust, swimming pool room, and a music studio with guitar element and buildable mixing desk and loudspeakers. Build this magnificent manor and then recreate your favorite scenes from the movie with 10 included minifigures.
Includes 10 minifigures: The Joker™, Batman™, Barbara Gordon, Harley Quinn™, Nightwing™, Alfred Pennyworth™ Classic Batsuit, Disco Batman™, Disco The Joker™, Disco Batgirl™ and Disco Robin™.
Features a grand entrance flanked by 2 buildable bombs with translucent spark-style elements, 2-level and 3-level towers with turrets and flag elements on top, a rollercoaster track and train with 3 cars (each with a minifigure seat), rotating ‘big eye’ tower with lever-operated iris to ‘look’ up and down, huge buildable The Joker™ head with trapdoor and slide, rocking ‘The Joker’ sign, ‘Ha! Ha!’ sign, 2 wheel-operated punching boxing gloves, plus many multicolored, translucent light-style decorative elements.
Activate the trapdoor to send a minifigure tumbling from the top of the The Joker™ head, down the slide and out through the mouth.
Interior includes an entrance hall with 4 plastic, bendy ‘mirror’ elements; living room with a buildable grand piano and stool, bust, and fireplace with translucent-red fire-style elements; cinema room with a screen, minifigure seat and assorted elements including a romantic DVD; kitchen with cup, pot and pan elements, and a buildable microwave with lobster, lemon and plate elements inside; music studio with a buildable mixing desk and loudspeakers, seat and a guitar element; swimming pool room with translucent-blue water-style elements; and an attic with 2 buildable boxes and a rat figure.
Weapons include Batman’s Batarang, Barbara Gordon’s revolver and Harley Quinn’s bat.
Disco Batman™, Disco The Joker™, Disco Batgirl™ and Disco Robin™ minifigures are new!
Recreate and reimagine memorable scenes from THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE.
The Joker™ Manor measures over 21” (55cm) high, 25” (66cm) wide and 10” (27cm) deep.
Rollercoaster train measures over 1” (3cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
Article Link: http://toysnbricks.com/lego-the-batman- ... ker-manor/
Maybe LEGO is finally realizing their mistakes.
Maybe? Blue, you're being way too generous, Lego will never realizes their mistakes.Brick & Blue wrote: Maybe LEGO is finally realizing their mistakes.
Making half of a collectable line (Brick Heads) incredibly rare exclusives.dr_spock wrote:What mistakes?
Making CMF series $4 and having 20 in a NinjaGo series, even though half of them come in common sets.
Making so many sets so expensive people can't afford them.
Rehashing the same thing all the time and expecting sales to increase 3 fold.
Making several $50+ set that is literally just a wall.
Making sets so expensive that 20% off is the new normal.
Making sets so expensive that Lepin is no longer seen as evil.
Having stickers in an $800 set.
Caring too much about license minifigures and not the set design.
No longer caring about creative play, just money and marketing and TV shows and movies.
The company somehow became Narcissistic and that's amazing to me.
LEGO guy I'm sure I'm missing 40-50 more if you want to take over.
LEGO realized their mistakes 15 years ago. I just hope they can now. However firing 3,000 people for pretty much no reason doesn't help.
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