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LEGO Batman Movie The Joker’s Manor

LEGO just officially announced a brand new direct-to-consumer set at the Time to Play Holiday Showcase in New York City and via online media outlets. The #70922 LEGO Batman Movie The Joker’s Manor will be available via official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop on Black Friday, November 24th. Details below. 🙂

Here is he official description of the set: Dare to enter The Joker Manor! Help Batman Barbara Gordon, Alfred Pennyworth (in his classic Batsuit) and Nightwing regain control of the jokerized Wayne Manor with this massive set from The LEGO Batman Movie. The Joker Manor is packed with iconic details from the movie and cool functions, including a rollercoaster encircling the whole building, a huge buildable The Joker head with trapdoor and slide, punching boxing gloves, a rocking ‘The Joker’ sign and rotating ‘big eye’ tower. The interior includes a cinema room with a romantic DVD element, kitchen with buildable microwave plus lobster and lemon-slice decorated tile elements, living room with a buildable grand piano, fireplace and bust, swimming pool room, and a music studio with guitar element and buildable mixing desk and loudspeakers. Build this magnificent manor and then recreate your favorite scenes from the movie with 10 included minifigures. The Joker Manor measures over 21” (55cm) high, 25” (66cm) wide and 10” (27cm) deep. Rollercoaster train measures over 1” (3cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide. 3,444 pieces. Recommended for ages 14+.

The set includes 10 minifigures: The Joker, Batman, Barbara Gordon, Harley Quinn, Nightwing, Alfred Pennyworth Classic Batsuit, Disco Batman, Disco The Joker, Disco Batgirl and Disco Robin. (Disco Batman, Disco The Joker, Disco Batgirl and Disco Robin minifigures are unique to this set.)

The Joker’s Manor features a grand entrance flanked by 2 buildable bombs with translucent spark-style elements, 2-level and 3-level towers with turrets and flag elements on top, a rollercoaster track and train with 3 cars (each with a minifigure seat), rotating ‘big eye’ tower with lever-operated iris to ‘look’ up and down, huge buildable The Joker head with trapdoor and slide, rocking ‘The Joker’ sign, ‘Ha! Ha!’ sign, 2 wheel-operated punching boxing gloves, plus many multicolored, translucent light-style decorative elements. Activate the trapdoor to send a minifigure tumbling from the top of the The Joker head, down the slide and out through the mouth.

Interior includes an entrance hall with 4 plastic, bendy ‘mirror’ elements; living room with a buildable grand piano and stool, bust, and fireplace with translucent-red fire-style elements; cinema room with a screen, minifigure seat and assorted elements including a romantic DVD; kitchen with cup, pot and pan elements, and a buildable microwave with lobster, lemon and plate elements inside; music studio with a buildable mixing desk and loudspeakers, seat and a guitar element; swimming pool room with translucent-blue water-style elements; and an attic with 2 buildable boxes and a rat figure.

As I mentioned above, the set will be available on Black Friday, November 24th. There will be no LEGO VIP early access to the set. Prices are as follows: US $269.99 – CA $349.99 – DE 269.99€ – UK £249.99 – DK 2299.00 DKK (Euro pricing varies by country). You will be able to get the set at official LEGO retail stores and under The LEGO Batman Movie section of the Online LEGO Shop.

It is interesting that this set pretty much came out of the blue. There were no leaks or even rumors about it. I guess LEGO fans have been too preoccupied with all the other recent large LEGO releases, like the #75192 LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon, the #21310 LEGO Ideas Old Fishing Store, and all the awesome sets related to The LEGO Ninjago Movie. Nonetheless, the #70922 LEGO Batman Movie The Joker’s Manor looks whimsical and very fun, and perfect for recreating some of the most memorable scenes from The LEGO Batman Movie. Below are a few additional pictures of the interior.

What do you think? How do you like the #70922 LEGO Batman Movie The Joker’s Manor? Is this a set you are interested to get? Or are you saving up for one of the other large sets that were released this year? Which one is your favorite set so far from the two LEGO films this year? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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  • Maya September 26, 2017, 11:55 AM

    I admit, I tend to not be a fan of Lego Batman. However, this looks like it would be a fun build and is full of good parts. I’m not likely to spend the money on it, though. There are too many other sets I’d like to build (mostly retired modulars which will take me forever to get the parts for).

  • Tom September 26, 2017, 12:24 PM

    Nice to see Lego going for cheaper D2C sets then 🙁

    Even though this isn’t my thing at all it’s irritating how they seem to be pushing the bigger sets constantly rather than focusing on cool stuff that is either affordable as an afol or for my kids. Another one to add to the miss list (like Gotham manor or the UCS falcon etc)

    This does look to have huge playability but there is no way I’m spending £150 more than my limit for Christmas on one of my kids….

  • brickmaster September 26, 2017, 1:17 PM

    Wait a minute. Am I seeing new rollercoaster tracks and cars??? Are we going to see a rollercoaster in Creator? There have been rumors about that! That would be a fantastic addition to the carousel and Ferris wheel!

  • Legostuff71 September 26, 2017, 2:35 PM

    I’ve been very good on avoiding buying LEGO movie Batman sets. So, why start now. I am wondering when the newer NINJAGO movie sets are coming ( some say before the year is over ). Maybe around the same time ?

  • Will September 26, 2017, 3:24 PM

    I feel I’ve run out of money a long time ago.

    I am collecting the LEGO Batman Movie sets and haven’t even picked up the Ultimate Batmobile set.

    I’m really hoping that LEGO is planning to have some longer shelf life for some of these larger sets.


  • Professor Bunny September 26, 2017, 5:42 PM

    It. Has. The. Microwave. Need I say more?

    • Håkan September 26, 2017, 7:39 PM

      Ahh, microwaving a lobster. That’s classy!

  • Legostuff71 September 26, 2017, 8:14 PM

    …..and if you listen carefully you can hear the lobster scream.LOL. I may be falling towards the dark Knight side. I am very tempted to start collecting Batman movie sets. After all , we are the weak minded. So, if you were to start the LEGO Batman movie collection . What would be the first set to get ( I thinking the Bane toxic truck set for starters). Any thoughts?

    • admin September 26, 2017, 10:16 PM

      You guys are making me nervous… The Toxic Truck Attack is a good set. I really like the color-scheme of the truck. I also like the small sets like the Joker’s Balloon Escape. I needed all of those balloons for my city anyway. 😀

  • Mav.Weirdo September 27, 2017, 8:10 AM

    I recently made a comment about there being 9 sets over 2000 pieces released this year. Clearly I spoke too soon.

    Of the 10 sets over 2000 pieces released this year, The Joker Manor set comes in 4th largest behind 10255: Assembly Square. The price to part ratio in the U.S. is under .08, but with Assembly Square you get over 500 more parts with only a small difference in price.

    The Joker Manor comes in at 13th largest set of all time with 5 fewer pieces than 10143 Death Star II.

    • admin September 27, 2017, 12:31 PM

      Interesting! I guess LEGO is really testing the waters with how much we are willing to spend. 😀

  • BLProductions September 28, 2017, 9:05 PM

    What disturbs me most about this set is that it’s a gigantic and awesome looking set, yet I was barely interested when it was revealed. Either that’s because I didn’t have much time to look at it or I’m going numb to “huge and awesome” sets since LEGO keeps releasing so many of them, to the point they are no longer impressive. I hope it’s the former.
    Anyways, the set does look pretty cool. The Manor itself looks good, and the Joker’s colorful modifications contrast greatly with it. I really like the brick-built Joker sign and the piano. The roller coaster is neat, and hopefully we will see it in more sets (like a Creator Expert fairground set), but that’s six more new pieces for this year in one set. The wavy wall elements are likely new as well. I think the “rotating big-eye tower” is supposed to represent the Eye of Sauron, but LEGO could not name it that for licensing reasons. I wonder if this is the closest we’ll ever get to a LEGO Barad-dûr set…. Also, in the attic above where Alfred is there’s a box with the sticker “Wylde Style” – a nice reference to TLM. 🙂
    There was, I think, a rumor about a D2C Wayne Manor set, so this might be it: it is Wayne Manor, with the microwave and Bat-stuff, but when it was occupied by the Joker. Why, though, does the set come with Disco versions of four of the minifigs? I don’t recall that being in the movie. 😕

    • admin September 28, 2017, 9:25 PM

      Yeah, we are getting desensitized to awesome big sets, aren’t we? There can be too much of good things too! The “Friends are Family” version (or Disco version) of the minifigs was at the very end of the movie. It was also in the trailers, like you can see here: https://youtu.be/PkVzUEL0OI8

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