LEGO Superheroes: The Bat vs Bane Tumbler Chase

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Fans of The Dark Knight Rises movie can now relive all of the excitement with this LEGO Superheroes: The Bat vs Bane Tumbler Chase set. Put it all together and play for hours.

You get 3 minifigures: Batman, Bane and Police Commissioner Gordon with weapons, 2 road barriers, The Bat and the Tumbler. The Tumbler has an opening roof hatch and dual hidden flick missiles. The Bat has an opening cockpit that fits 2 minifigures, dual flick-fire missiles and a rescue rope.

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Launch an assault from the sky to rescue Commissioner Gordon from Bane!
High above Gotham City, Batman spots Bane in the armored Tumbler chasing Police Commissioner Gordon. Bust through the road barricades in the Bane Tumbler with hidden dual flick missiles and flame exhaust. Then swoop down from the skies in The Bat and winch the commissioner to safety with the rescue rope before Bane reaches him! Includes 3 minifigures: Batman, Bane and Police Commissioner Gordon with assorted weapons.

  • Includes 3 minifigures: Batman, Bane and Police Commissioner Gordon with assorted weapons
  • Features 2 road barriers
  • Vehicles include The Bat and the Tumbler
  • The Tumbler features opening roof hatch and dual hidden flick missiles
  • The Bat features an opening cockpit that fits 2 minifigures, dual flick-fire missiles and rescue rope
  • Weapons include a gun and batarang
  • Fire the flick missiles!
  • Lift Commissioner Gordon to safety with the rescue rope!
  • Break through the barriers!
  • The Bat measures over 2″ (7cm) high, 7″ (20cm) long and 5″ (14cm) wide
  • Tumbler measures over 1″ (4cm) high, 4″ (11cm) long and 3″ (8cm) wide

This is a super fun set for any Batman fan. Just $38.65 at Amazon.com, $39.99 at the LEGO Shop and £39.99 from Forbidden Planet.

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