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Lego DC Comics Super Heroes Set: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
The Lego DC Comics Super Heroes set is one of the most popular ones among fans. The set includes many characters from all over the comic book universe. There are many different versions of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and others. Some of them have been redesigned with new outfits or even completely new costumes.
These characters are very popular among collectors. They are not only fun to build but they provide great entertainment too. The figures in this set look fantastic and the action sequences are thrilling. You will love building these sets because of their high quality construction and amazing details.
Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth (L) and Sword of Sorrows (R)
Green Lantern Corps’ Power Battery
Captain Cold’s Ice Prison Cell
Lex Luthor’s Lab
Black Adam’s Tower of Despair
The Joker’s Flying Carpet Ride & Fire Escape
Catwoman’s Cat Burglar Alarm System & Poison Trap Door
The Flash’s Power Punch & Super Speed Escape
Superman and Wonder Woman’s Final Battle
Green Lantern vs. Sinestro
Batman and Robin’s Tumbler Ride & Bat-Computer Station
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: The Joker Bank Robbery 75901
The Joker is one of the most popular villains in the comic book universe. He has been terrorizing everyone from Batman to Robin for many decades. In this set, you get to see him terrorizing Gotham City in a whole different way. This set consists of a bank with a safe inside and a getaway car for The Joker.
It includes four minifigures: Batman, Robin, The Joker and a Gotham City police officer. Each of them has their own personal vehicle. You also get a handheld rubber band shooter, a Batarang and a bomb for The Joker to play around with.
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Lex Luthor Robot Building Set 10687
The ultimate battle between good and evil takes place in this set. Batman has created a formidable robot to take down the most dangerous villain in Gotham City, Lex Luthor. Batman heads out to confront his arch-nemesis in his own lair.
Will he succeed in deactivating the evil robot? Or will the robot beat him to a pulp?
There are so many interesting features to explore in this set. The robot’s arms and legs are connected with a durable metal pin and it has poseable fingers, just like in the real world! The legs of the robot can even be opened up to access the battery compartment. It also comes with four different weapons: a laser beam, a grappling hook, blue headlight and a megaphone.
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‘I’m the Goshdarn Batman!’Affect and the aesthetics of cute superheroes by JA Brown – Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 2018 – Taylor & Francis
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Developed by by D Chopra – 2013 – Random House