With a new Batman movie hitting theaters today, the timing could not be more perfect for LEGO to finally start a collaboration with DC Comics. This Batman-themed masterpiece is the result of an exclusive collaboration between the LEGO team and Jim Lee, the legendary artist and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics.
Here’s what you can expect from the new LEGO Jim Lee Batman Collection:
- Portrait kit with 3 build options
- Display-ready kit
- Illustrated guide included
- Size: over 15.5 in. (40 cm) square
- Designed for people 18+
With 4167 pieces in 16 different colors, the Jim Lee Batman™ Collection puzzle is quite a challenge, but it does come with a detailed instructions guide that offers a deep dive into the inspiration behind the making of this kit. We especially love the side-by-side progress of the sketches being translated into lego brick form.
You get to build one of three portraits of iconic DC Comics characters: the Dark Knight himself, The Joker, or the glorious Harley Quin, so superheroes and supervillains are together in this.
The illustrations are just jaw-dropping — not that we would expect anything less from the legend like Jim Lee. You get a perfect display piece with everything you need to hang it on the wall and really spruce up any space. You can also complete the piece with a special display-ready Jim Lee signature tile or choose to leave it out.
If you buy 2 sets, you have the option to combine them and build larger mosaics, like the one with Catwoman, or the full-length Batman version. These brick-built pieces look amazing on any wall and can really make a difference in any living space.
Oh, and there’s a bonus — you can scan the QR code and listen to the Batmen soundtrack for an immersive experience while doing the puzzle.
Every LEGO and DC fan hopes this collaboration is just the beginning and that we’ll soon see some more DC characters in brick form. Just imagine how cool would Wonder Woman look!
LEGO Jim Lee Batman™ Collection 31205 kit comes with a price tag of $119.99 and is now available for purchase.
Learn more at Lego.com.