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Between the Architecture sets and pop culture collaborations (Star Wars Death Star anyone?), LEGO has been killing it the past few years. All of the kids that grew up building multi-colored castles and spaceships, along with the parents that grew up stepping on the bricks, are discovering a new love for the building blocks thanks to sets like the DeLorean, Millenium Falcon, Ghostbusters Ecto-1 and now, Batman’s Tumbler from The Dark Knight. At 15″ long, 9″ wide and 5″ tall, the 1,800+ piece set is about the size of a really thick keyboard when assembled. It includes adjustable top wings, exclusive Batman and The Joker minifigs and a fact sheet about the vehicle from the movie. LEGO even had to do a little inventing of their own to bring the movie vehicle to life in plastic because The Tumbler needed some special, giant tires for authenticity. The only thing it’s missing is a button that plays the noise.

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