LEGO Batman UCS Tumbler (76023) Announced 2

After much speculation, LEGO has announced the LEGO Batman UCS Tumbler (76023) set! This 1,869 piece set measuring 15 inches by 9 inches will be available in September for $199.99. The 2 included minifigures are Christian Bale styled Batman and Heath Ledger styled Joker from The Dark Knight movie. This is the very first time we’ve gotten a movie styled Joker!

Designer Video with Adam Grabowski

LEGO Batman Tumbler (76023) Complete

LEGO Batman Tumbler (76023) Minifigures

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Product Summary

Take on the challenge of building The Tumbler, an amazingly cool LEGO model of the iconic vehicle from the Batman The Dark Knight Trilogy. Construct this black armored vehicle highlighted with new color LEGO® elements and brand new LEGO front wheels. Check out the cool, detailed interior and adjustable top wings. Includes 2 new and exclusive minifigures: Batman and The Joker.

  • Includes 2 minifigures: Batman and The Joker
  • Features an armored exterior, adjustable top wings, detailed interior and huge rubber-tread racing tires
  • Batman and The Joker minifigures are new and exclusive to this set!
  • Model includes new LEGO front wheels
  • Includes a fact sheet about the Tumbler vehicle used in The Dark Knight Trilogy movies featuring Batman
  • Tumbler measures over 5” (15cm) high, 15” (40cm) long and 9” (24cm) wide

Via USA Today

LEGO Batman UCS Tumbler (76023) Announced was last modified: July 21st, 2014 by neoape

2 thoughts on “LEGO Batman UCS Tumbler (76023) Announced

  1. Purple Dave Jul 21, 2014 2:54 pm

    It’s technically the third movie Joker to be released. The first Joker minifig from 2006 was based on his appearance from Batman: The Animated Series, as were the first Harley Quinn and Two-Face minifigs. Joker is the only one of these characters who also appeared in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, which was released in theaters for all of a week…which is just enough to count. More recently, the Joker from 76013 The Joker Steam Roller was based on Jack Nicholson’s appearance in Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman film.

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