LEGO Art Batman and Elvis sets available now

Two long-rumoured LEGO Art sets are now finally available to order at LEGO.com, including one dedicated to the King of Rock and Roll.

31204 Elvis Presley “The King” is the second LEGO Art mosaic to hone in on music as a ‘passion point’, a term the LEGO Group has previously thrown around in reference to its LEGO for Adults portfolio. The first was 31198 The Beatles, and just like that and all other Art sets, 31204 includes multiple images of Elvis in a single box.

You’ll need to buy multiple copies if you want to build them all simultaneously, however – or if you want to build the three-in-one combo image, which depicts a vertical portrait of Elvis doing his thing. Initially rumoured all the way back in October 2020, it’s taken a while for 31204 Elvis Presley “The King” to arrive on shelves, but it seems to have been well worth the wait for Elvis fans.

Also rumoured at the same time was 31205 Jim Lee Batman Collection, this year’s second LEGO Art set – and the first to tackle characters from the DC universe. These particular versions of the Dark Knight, Harley Quinn and Joker have never been seen anywhere else, however, as the LEGO Group commissioned them from DC Comics artist Jim Lee specifically for this set.

Combine two copies of 31205 Jim Lee Batman Collection, and you’ll be able to create a landscape image of the Caped Crusader and Catwoman. Add a third copy in, and you’ll also have the option of a huge portrait of Batman. That means you’re going to need eight copies of the set to simultaneously build all of the artwork it has to offer – no small feat given the price tag.

Both of these LEGO Art sets are available to buy now in the UK and Europe for £104.99 / €119.99 apiece. They’ll launch in the US in just a few short hours, for $119.99 each.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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