First Look: LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Set #76052, Batman Classic TV Series Batcave

Just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Batman, which first aired January 12, 1966, the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes set #76052 “Batman Classic TV Series Batcave” will hit store shelves March 1, 2016. If you are a LEGO VIP, however, you can grab this coveted set as early as February 15. Set at a recommended price of $269.99 and containing 2,526 pieces, this set measures 18 inches high, 22 inches wide, and 7 inches deep. Three vehicles and 9 minifigures are also packaged in.

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes set #76052, Batman Classic TV Series Batcave


Official description:

Drive the villains out from Batman’s Batcave!

Help Batman™ and Robin™ to drive the villain intruders from the Batcave, featuring a Bat Lab with Batcomputer, plus the Batmobile with stud shooters, Batcopter with flick missiles and the Batcycle. This special model, based on the classic 1960s TV show, also has a Wayne Manor section with an exterior wall to climb on and Bruce Wayne’s study featuring the iconic Batphone and a false bookcase that slides open to reveal the secret entrance to the Batcave. Before spiraling down the Batpoles into the Batcave, change identity from Bruce Wayne™ and Dick Grayson™ into Batman and Robin (separate minifigures included).

Mini-figs included in this set are as follows:

  • Batman (with 3 Batarangs, rope, grappling hook and handcuffs)
  • Bruce Wayne
  • Robin
  • Dick Grayson
  • Alfred Pennyworth
  • Catwoman (with whip and cat)
  • The Joker (with TNT and Cesar Romero mustache)
  • The Penquin (with Umbrella)
  • The Riddler (with TNT)

The vehicles are:

  • The Batmobile (features a dual cockpit with iconic Batphone, 2 stud shooters, an opening trunk and dual exhaust)
  • The Batcopter (features an opening cockpit, bat-inspired wings with 2 flick missiles, spinning rotors and a spinning propeller)
  • The Batcycle (features a driver’s seat for Batman, translucent headlight element and a sidecar for Robin)

Wayne Manor Features include:

  • Study with the iconic Batphone
  • Hinged Shakespeare bust with secret button underneath
  • Sliding false bookcase to access the Batpoles
  • Portraits of Thomas and Martha Wayne
  • Lamps, globe, framed fish and trophies
  • an exterior wall for climbing, with an opening roof for easy access to the Batpoles and an aerial element
  • Batpole sliding feature

The Batcave Features include:

  •  Helipad for the Batcopter
  • Batcave entrance for the Batmobile
  • Bat Lab with Batcomputer, lie detector machine, test tubes with translucent elements, tables and chest of drawers
  • Batcave nuclear reactor
  • Bats



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Thomas ODonnell

Thomas ODonnell

My love of comics started at the age of 5, when visions of mythic beings fought their way across my TV screen. Batman '66, Super Friends, Wonder Woman, and Superman '78 filled my early childhood with imagination and adventure. Soon enough I found the spinner rack! Batman, Justice League and DC's Who's Who kept me coming back for more. I've seen the death of hope, justice broken, a light extinguished, and a universe torn! A kingdom come, the lightning return, a triumph of evil and a multiverse reborn!