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Batman Batcave Made From 20,000 LEGOS

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Oct 10, 2012

Category: Living

With the Dark Knight trilogy set to release on DVD in the coming weeks, we thought it would be the perfect time to feature this intricate LEGO Batman Batcave.

Built as collaboration project between Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey, no detail was spared in this project. The Batcave took the two designers 800 hours of labor over the course of twelve weeks to build.  The two also used a mind boggling 20,000 parts and pieces to build this 100 pound Batcave, which fully lights up and operates as if it was right around of the DC Universe.

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