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Build Gotham’s Iconic Skyline with Detailed ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ LEGO Set

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May 7 2024

Build the iconic skyline from Batman: The Animated Series with this detail-packed set that includes a tiny Batmobile.

Everyone has a favorite version of Batman. Some dig Batman ’66, while others are into Frank Miller’s grittier Dark Knight and the big screen takes from Christopher Nolan and Tim Burton. And, of course, there are a plethora of comics you can dive into—from Golden/Silver Age versions to post-Infinite Crisis to post-New 52.

There are many different versions of the most well-known detective in comics. But for me, there is one Batman that is by far the best version of all things Batman—and that is the Batman: The Animated Series version voiced by Kevin Conroy.

LEGO Batman – Gotham City Skyline

The set recreates iconic locations from the beloved Batman: The Animated Series, including Arkham Asylum, Bat Signal, and Gotham City Court Building. The 15 panels detach, revealing the inside of Wayne Manor and the activities of the Rogues Gallery across the city. It’s packed with easter eggs and characters from the series.

The set comes with four minifigs—Batman, The Joker, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman. There’s even a brick-built mini Batwing and Batmobile that fit within the build.

When you complete it, the skyline can be displayed on a wall using mounting brackets or on a shelf with a pair of feet. Both options are included.

  • 4210 pieces
  • 4 minifigs
  • 16 in. (41 cm) high, 30 in. (76 cm) wide and 2.5 in. (6 cm) deep


Complete the display with a midi-sized Batmobile! Its lift-off roof reveals space for a minifig in the driver’s seat, and it has a trunk that stores a Batarang, harpoon spike, and handcuffs. 2 built-in blasters are hidden in the sides to help take down the Joker and his minions.

  • 438 Pieces
  • 2 minifigs
  • 2 in. (5 cm) high, 11 in. (28 cm) long, and 3.5 in. (9 cm) wide

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Author: Mars Garrett
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