The Lego Dark Knight Trilogy Tumbler Batmobile is here! (#76023) This ain’t no kiddie set either, this is a 200 dollar, 1800+ piece monster build that is NOT for the faint of heart. Announced during SDCC 2014 – this thing dropped pretty soon afterwards, and is continues to trickle out to Lego stores now. I am not a hardcore Lego guy like fellow staffer DESTRO, but I couldn’t pass this bad boy up. We’ve done a nice photo shoot with it, showing the build process and then some crispy glamor shots after that. Check our video below, with high res pics and thoughts after the break!
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes Dark Knight Trilogy Tumbler #76023
True to the movie form
Instructions on point, easy to follow
Lots of moving parts
Works with 5/6/7 inch figures
If you don’t pick it up right, pieces will pop off easily
Attracts dust and pet hair like crazy, especially the tires
Love it. This is my first Lego set as an adult. I grabbed a couple mini figures a while back, and have some Kre-O since I’m a TF guy, but no Lego proper sets until now. All my Lego buddies said to get something smaller first before trying something this large and complex, but F that! I jumped right in. Really, it wasn’t that difficult. Instructions are on point, it just takes a while. Did it at night watching TV over 4 days, little at a time. A couple times I put things on backwards or wrong, but it was noticeable before it was too late and fixed, as you may see in some of the build pics. When done, it is a monster measuring about 18 inches long an 6 inches tall. It does roll on the working wheels, and even has a high pitched buzz like the Tumbler spinning up in the movie. Not sure if that’s a product of the tires or on purpose, but it was cool either way. The stand and mini figures are a nice touch, definitely screams display piece with that along side it. Very happy, now I just gotta figure out where to put this thing, and it’s gigantic box! Check out some build pics and shots below, full set in slideshow format after that!