In our continued coverage of amazing new LEGO sets, today we have a custom build courtesy of Dayton that combines 18,000 pieces and over one year of planning. Made popular from the most recent line-up of Batman console games, this build features Arkham Asylum in all its glory.
The two-story structure took over 3 months to build after a year of planning and collecting the necessary pieces. It consists of an underground area with 7 cells, and 5+ rooms upstairs. The detail here is pretty amazing from the eerie grounds to the various offices, entryways, elevators, and a slew of carefully placed LED lights. It houses many of your favorite DC villains and super heroes from Killer Croc, The Joker, The Penguin and The Riddler, to Batman, Catwoman, Nightwing, Robin, and more, along with Arkham security guards and staff. Here are a couple more shots and a sweet walkthrough video:
Speaking of Batman LEGO sets, you definitely have to check out the official vintage 2,500-piece Batcave-inspired collection LEGO recently dropped.
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