Never mind that the new Batmobile that we will see in the 2022 Batman movie looks just like a regular muscle car that is ready to hit the drag strip because businesses are looking at ways to market its toy to you. Joining LEGO Technic The Batman Batmobile is a remote control The Batman Batmobile …
Rejoice, DC fans. In the recent DC Fan Dome, DC dropped a bunch of teasers and trailers, including the official first look/teaser at the Black Adam, The Flash, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Shazam’s sequel, Shazam: Fury of Gods, and the 2022 Batman movie. As always, spoiler haters may want to turn around now.
It is still some months away from the release of the new Batman movie directed by Matt Reeves, but already LEGO has listed a few sets of toys based on 2022’s The Batman.
The two new LEGO Batmobile sets that were previously listed in Japan are now on LEGO.com. Great. There’s no need to put up with poorly translated texts anymore. Not that there are any more to learn about the LEGO 76240 DC Batman Batmobile Tumbler and the LEGO 76239 DC Batman Batmobile Tumbler Scarecrow Showdown.
In the DC Multiverse, there exist many Batmen and for the most part, they are evil. In the DC Comics miniseries Dark Nights: Death Metal, these Batmen converged onto Earth-1 and literally make it a living hell. Among these Batmen, some weren’t quite human.
Dang it. The McFarlane DC Designer Edition Batman Year Two Gold Label Figure was up for pre-order earlier today on Target, but it was gone in a blink of an eye. And yes, it is unfortunate that it had to be a Target exclusive. Now that the pre-orders are all sold out, fans will have …
Here’s another “unofficial” LEGO reveal (and yet another Batmobile Tumbler). Listed on Japanese online retailer Yodobashi (ヨドバシ) website is the LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler.
Yes. I am infuriated by the fact that there is going to be another LEGO UCS Batmobile Tumbler and it appears to be better, more movie-accurate than the one I spent my life-saving on 7 years ago. LEGO 76240 Batmobile Tumbler is NOT a reissue of the 2014 set, btw. I believe LEGO never does …
There have been many collectors’ worthy LEGO Batman’s vehicles. There’s the “Tumbler”, and the Batmobile and Batwing from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman. But LEGO never had a decent, UCS-grade BatPod. It really should have one.
Mattel is making this year’s San Diego Comic-Con 2021 aka [email protected] (July 23-25, 2021) a little extra special with a campaign called “12 Days of Fandom”.