Lego’s new “Batman Returns Batcave Shadow Box” is composed of 3981 building blocks, nearly 12 inches high and more than 20 inches long. It is Lego’s largest Batman building block so far. That beats the 2,363-brick Batwing of 1989, the 2,049-brick LEGO Batmobile, and the 3,308-brick 1989 Batmobile.
Despite being much smaller than the LEGO 1989 Batmobile released in 2019, the Batmobile from the LEGO Batman Returns Batcave Shadow Box still manages to add a few features, including a miniature-sized cockpit, a fire-breathing jet engine exhaust, and a pair of machine guns popping out on either side of the cockpit.
Lego “Batman Returns Batcave Shadow Box” has a total of seven minifigures, including new versions of Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman and Danny DeVito’s Penguin, as well as Bruce Wayne, Alf Red Pennyworth, Wayne in a classic Tim Burton-era batsuit with headgear to keep his head from turning and another batsuit, and Max Shrek, first A Christopher Walken LEGO minifigure.
Lego’s “Batman Returns Batcave Shadow Box” VIP Early Access will open on June 5th, and general sales will start on June 8th, with a retail price of $399.99.