LEGO DC Batman 76161 1989 Batwing available now

A brand new LEGO DC set inspired by Tim Burton’s Batman – 76161 1989 Batwing – launches today.

The LEGO DC design team is following up 76139 1989 Batmobile with 76161 1989 Batwing, taken straight from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman movie. The 2,363 piece set measures 52cm long and 58cm wide.

Priced at £179.99 in the UK, $199.99 in the USA, 76161 1989 Batwing is available to from LEGO.com now. The model can be wall mounted or placed on the buildable display stand.

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Here is the official product description:

This is no kid’s toy. If you’re serious about BATMAN, comic book super heroes or making cool models, this LEGO DC BATMAN 1989 Batwing is for you!

Recreate the authentic detail and gothic elegance of BATMAN’s iconic aircraft, the Batwing, with this LEGO brick build-and-display model. The impressive reproduction features realistic details, removable canopy, full interior, poseable flaps and a new special brick that will allow you to mount and display your model on your wall. There’s also a stand, nameplate and 3 minifigures – BATMAN, THE JOKER and a Lawrence the Boombox Goon – to create an impressive setting for your model.

Escape the busy world for a moment and discover the joy of creative construction with adult LEGO building sets. Satisfying to build and stunning to display, adult LEGO kits make great birthday gifts, holiday presents and personal treats for anyone interested in model making or comic culture.

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