Take a Trip to the 60s With LEGO's Batcave Collection

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The masked vigilante many know as Batman has seen so many different variations of his character, but there’s nothing better than revisiting the days of his beginning. LEGO is paying homage to the past with its latest collection inspired by the Batcave TV series. The 2,526-piece set consist of hero characters of Batman & Robin alongside their villain counterparts in The Joker, The Riddler and much more. You’ll also find unforgettable vehicles such as the Batcopter, the Batcycle, and Batmobile among many others. Check out the images above for a small taste of what’s in the packaging and let us know your thoughts. You can find further information here.

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