There are people who like *Batman, people who love *Batman, and people who wish they could win billions of dollars to BE *Batman (I’m in that crowd). Since the Arkham and LEGO Batman games can only do so much to give you that experience at least the latter could make you feel closer to realizing that dream. LEGO builders Carlye Livingston II and Wayne (wink-wink) Hussey went the extra mile and constructed a 20,000+ LEGO brick Batcave! Wow; more LEGO stories on The PractitioNERD? Who’d thunk it?!?
First unveiled at the Emerald City Comic-Con earlier this year (wowing the pants off of designers and superhero-fanboys), this huge project took roughly six months to complete, clocking in at over 800 hours over the course of twelve weeks. The LEGO Batcave includes four motors to operate multiple features, such as: the rotating platform for the Batmobile, the revolving wall of Batweapons and gadgets, and even a lift the the Batplane (personally, I like The Bat-variant of the plane from The Dark Knight Rises better).
Wayne and Carlyle explained that “the features of this build include the Cave itself with what we think is the most ‘cave-ish’ cave ever constructed”. I guess it’s safe to sat that this by far eclipses ANY of the sets in the *LEGO Architecture series.