LEGO DC Universe Superheroes The Bat vs. Bane Tumbler Chase

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    AT A GLANCE

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

EDITOR'S REVIEW

Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

LEGO DC Universe Superheroes The Bat vs. Bane: Tumbler Chase is a 368-piece set being introduced under The Dark Knight Rises line. Kids build The Bat, Batman's awesome crime-fighting flying machine, and The Tumbler, Bane's fortress of evil on wheels. Bane's Tumbler is a free-wheeling vehicle that includes a cockpit where Bane can ride, flick missiles that can rotate up to fire, and lots of great details. The Bat has lots of animated pieces that kids can maneuver as they play as well as flick missiles, propellers, and a working tow rope for capturing Bane's Tumbler to save the day. The set comes with three collectible minifigures: Batman, Bane, and Commissioner Gordon. There is also a full-color comic book to inspire more Batman vs. Bane excitement.

Is It Fun?

This building set has a lot of play for Batman fans. All the moving pieces and details in this set will inspire lots of imaginative, narrative-based play.

Who It’s For

The LEGO DC Universe Superheroes The Bat vs. Bane: Tumbler Chase is for Batman fans ages 6–12.

What To Be Aware Of

The instructions are easy to follow, and it took an expert builder about 45 minutes to complete.

The grown-up content of The Dark Knight Rises may be inappropriate for kids, but the action/adventure play is fun and doesn't need the relationship to the movies. That will appeal mostly to older LEGO builders.