LEGO: Joker Manor Set

Considering how fixated The Joker was with the Caped Crusader in The LEGO Batman Movie, it bodes well that the Crown Prince of Crime would need to move in to Wayne Manor. Be that as it may, we had no clue exactly how huge his obsession with Batman was until the point that we saw this huge, inconceivably nitty gritty new LEGO set.

This immense Joker Manor Set stands 21-inches high, 25-inches wide, 10-inches profound, and incorporates an astounding 3,444 pieces. What's more, it needs every one of them, since it includes a huge amount of working parts, similar to "a thrill ride circling the entire building, an immense buildable Joker head with trapdoor and slide, punching boxing gloves, a shaking Joker sign, and pivoting enormous eye tower." It likewise has loads of conspicuous rooms from the motion picture, similar to the silver screen room, the kitchen (finish with a lobster-cooking microwave!), the swimming pool, a music studio, and the lounge with its excellent piano and chimney.

The set likewise accompanies 10 minifigures: The Joker, Batman, Barbara Gordon, Harley Quinn, Nightwing, Alfred Pennyworth wearing the Classic Batsuit, Disco Batman, Disco Joker, Disco Batgirl, and Disco Robin. You additionally get Batman's Batarang, Barbara Gordon's pistol, and Harley Quinn's bat.

They've basically transported the genuine LEGO Wayne Manor, spun it through The Joker's own particular funhouse (and since this is the LEGO Joker, it truly is fun, and not destructive), and conveyed it to your neighborhood toy store (or in the event that you lean toward shop.LEGO.com). You can look at more photographs of it in our exhibition underneath.

The Joker Manor will run you $269.99 U.S. (could Bruce Wayne get us one, please?), and will be accessible for arrange later this fall, beginning on November 24th.


We're kinda as of now as fixated on Joker Manor as much the Joker is with Batman.
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