New LEGO Batman Set Brings Keaton’s Iconic Batcave to Brick-Life

LEGO has revealed an all new Batman themed set, based on Batman Returns, allowing fans to recreate the caped crusader’s Batcave…in shadow box form!

Not content to only have SOME of my money, LEGO has decided they need all of it, by revealing this insanely cool Batman Returns Batcave Shadow Box! Consisting of nearly 4,000 pieces, the set not only recreates the Batcave from the Batman Returns film, but also folds up to be a built-in shadow box. So now matter how you wish to display it (depending on the space you have available), you’ve got options!

The LEGO Group announces its latest addition to the LEGO Batman Collection – the LEGO “Batman Returns” Batcave Shadow Box. An official collaboration with Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products and DC, this highly detailed set combines beautiful display pieces with iconic iconography perfect for ultimate Batman fans.


Based on the Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Batman Returns,” the set is incredibly detailed and features the full Batcave, inside a display box with a cutout in the shape of the iconic Batman emblem. At the heart of the set is the Caped Crusader’s Batmobile and, just like Batman’s Batcave, the set features clever functions and gadgets including the ability to move furniture, change images on the big screen, open a vault and open a door, and several light bricks.


In addition, the set comes with brand new minifigures of Catwoman and The Penguin, as well as various minifigures including Bruce Wayne, Alfred Pennyworth, and Max Shreck.

The LEGO Batman Shadow Box set will be available for $399.99 starting June 5th for LEGO VIPs at and LEGO Stores. June 8th is when everyone will have the chance to get their hands on it.

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