Lego has been something that we have seen lots of people use to build amazing artwork and beautiful creations around the globe. We have also showcased some of incredible Lego creations here such as World’s tallest Lego tower and a functional full-size Lego go-kart. Today we are bringing to you is a very cool bat cave which is built by using over 20,000 LEGO bricks.
Built by two Lego builders, Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey the Lego Batcave was first unveiled at 2012 Emerald City Comicon back in March. Made using 20,000 individual pieces, it took the guys more than 800 hours over the span of twelve weeks to build this 100 pounds Batcave.
The Batcave features different chambers for the Batmobile, the Batcopter, and the Batplane and includes a rotating costume/weapons selection wall. Other cool elements are the integrated underground landscaping and shiny lighting effects.
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