LEGO DC BATMAN 1989 Batwing

Comic devotees and LEGO Brick fans are in for a treat, as The LEGO Group launches its latest Batman-themed set – available from 21st October from and LEGO Stores.

It may not soar to Gotham city, but the LEGO Group’s latest release with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC, the LEGO® DC BATMAN™ 1989 Batwing, is sure to transport fans to their most memorable DC Super Hero moments this Batman Day. Fans of Batman and avid builders are in for some serious fun as they embark on their journey to construct the ultimate Super Hero vehicle in the LEGO® DC BATMAN™ collection. 

The new LEGO® 1989 Batwing draws upon the design seen in Tim Burton’s iconic 1989 BATMAN™ film, using the smooth lines and features from the original model to bring an impressive gothic elegance to any LEGO collection. DC and LEGO fans alike can indulge in their passion for the Caped Crusader as they explore all the delightful features of this new set, including a full interior, removable canopy and posable aerodynamic flaps. To add to the excitement, the construction kit is also dotted with Easter eggs to surprise builders, such as a screen featuring The Joker’s gas balloons and a ‘Bat Engine’ label on the vehicle’s engine – helping to truly transport builders back to 1989 and into the BATMAN universe.  

Once completed, the 2,363-piece set is a real showstopper, measuring over 4” (11cm) high, 20” (52cm) long and 22” (58cm) wide. The construction set also features a special brick which allows builders to mount and display their model on the wall for added impact, making the LEGO® DC BATMAN™ 1989 set a wonderful addition to a Batman lover’s LEGO collection, joining the previously released LEGO DC BATMAN™ 1989 Batmobile™ to make a dark and dramatic display in any home.

Speaking about the details of the new set, LEGO Creative lead Jesper C. Nielsen said: The emblematic set truly takes fans on a journey, as they immerse themselves into Gotham city and get hands-on with the set, using Batman, The Joker™ and Boombox goon minifigures to relive their favourite moments from the film. Fans can even create the infamous scene when The Joker barges in on the Dark Knight and utters his classic words “have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?”. 

The new LEGO® 1989 Batwing construction set is the latest example of how the LEGO Group aims to inspire builders of all ages to build, rebuild and get excited by the process of creation. A complex and rewarding build, the LEGO 1989 Batwing construction set allows builders to relax as they escape from the real world and enter the Batman universe. Designed for those aged 18+, the new set will also feature the new stylish packaging designed to reflect the sophisticated nature of the creative process.  

All new products in the LEGO Group’s ranges that appeal to adults will now feature the sleek, minimalistic new design across related packaging, building instructions, exclusive content and in-store and online store design. 

LEGO® 1989 Batwing will be available for LEGO VIP members from 21st October and for remaining LEGO fans from 1st November, directly via and LEGO Stores. 

76161 – LEGO 1989 Batwing

  • Aged 18+  
  • 2,363 pieces 
  • Product available direct from and from LEGO Stores

The official visual of Night At The Museum MOC

Hi friends, i continue to work on the visuals for the MOC and the brickfilm. Do you like the poster create in real brick ? You can also support the project on Lego Ideas

Night At The Museum, The Original on Lego Ideas

When night falls, the delirium begins !

Real reproduction of the New York City’s American Museum of Natural History, you have 3 fully playable levels to relive all the scenes of the film. The proportions of the facade and the grounds of the square are faithfully reproduced.
Building dimensions: Length 38.5cm x width 15cm, Height 35cm

Characters :
Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) the Guardian, Dr McPhee (Ricky Gervais) the Museum Director, the mummy of the pharaoh Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek), Theodore Roosevelt (Robin Williams) the equestrian wax statue of the 26th President of the United States, Sacagawea the Indian, the bronze statue of Christopher Columbus, Attila the Hun, the man of Neanderthals, the miniatures of Octavius and Jededdiah, Dexter the capuchin monkey, a dinosaur, the two statues of Anubis and of course the statue Moai from Easter Island Gum Gum!

The idea of this project:

I made the decision in February 2019 to start producing (brickfilm) stop motion animated films and for my first project I created this version of the brick film in December 2019. I had the opportunity to show the follow-up of my construction and share the photos on different media. Thank you to those who have commented and carefully followed my work …
It was quite natural that I thought from the start of this Night at the museum film for my first project because it brings together the historical Lego universes that we adore and that made us dream so much, the pharaohs and the pyramids, the dinosaurs and prehistory, Indians and cowboys and the cult soldiers of Fort Legoredo!

The typical building of the streets of New York can take place quite naturally in your City universe next to, for example, the Ghostbusters HQ, which is exactly the same height 35cm.


For the purposes of my film which will soon be launched in production, everything had to be mobile and playable.
So the dinosaur is articulated, its neck and body can fully rotate, its mouth can open and have many expressions, its front legs move, its tail moves too.
The 2 statues of Anubis can turn their heads, many elements of the scenery can be easily moved and each level is playable.
Please support the project:

This real brick project that I loved to create took a long time to complete. I’ll be so glad you like it too. So thank you in advance for supporting me and sharing as much as possible!

Remember the motto of the film: “Everything comes to life !” so please support the project on Lego Ideas here


Quand la nuit tombe, le délire commence ! 

Quand la nuit tombe, le délire commence !

Véritable reproduction du Musée d’Histoire Naturelle de New York, vous avez 3 niveaux entièrement jouables pour revivre toutes les scènes du film. Les proportions de la façade et les motifs du parvis sont reproduits fidèlement.
Dimensions du bâtiment : Longueur 38,5cm  x largeur 15cm, Hauteur 35cm

Le bâtiment typique des rues de New York peut prendre place tout naturellement dans votre univers City à côté par exemple du QG des Ghostbusters dont il fait exactement la même hauteur 35cm.

Les personnages :
Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) le gardien, Dr McPhee (Ricky Gervais) le directeur du musée, the mummy of the pharaoh Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek), Theodore Roosevelt (Robin Williams) la statue de cire équestre du 26e président des États-Unis, Sacagawea l’indienne, la statue en bronze de Christophe Colomb, Attila the Hun, l’homme de Neanderthals, les miniatures d’Octavius et Jededdiah, Dexter le singe capucin, un dinosaure, les deux statues d’Anubis et bien sûr la statue Moai de l’île de pâques Gum Gum !

L’idée de ce projet :

J’ai pris la décision en février 2019 de me lancer dans la production de films d’animation en stop motion (brickfilm) et pour mon premier projet j’ai créé cette version du film en briques en décembre 2019. J’ai eu l’occasion de montrer le suivi de ma construction et partager les photos sur différents media. Merci à ceux qui ont suivi avec attention mon travail…
C’est tout naturellement que j’ai pensé dès le départ à ce film La Nuit au Musée pour mon premier projet car il regroupe les univers Lego historiques qu’on adore et qui nous ont fait tant rêver, les pharaons et les pyramides, les dinosaures et la préhistoire, les indiens et les cowboys et les cultissimes soldats du fort Legoredo !

La jouabilité :

Pour les besoins de mon film qui sera lancé prochainement en production, il était nécessaire que tout soit mobile et jouable.
Ainsi le dinosaure est articulé, son cou et son corps peuvent entièrement pivoter, sa bouche peut s’ouvrir et avoir de nombreuses expressions, ses pattes avant bougent, sa queue bouge aussi.
Les 2 statues d’Anubis peuvent tourner la tête, de nombreux éléments du décor peuvent être déplacés facilement et chaque étage est jouable.

Soutenez ce projet:

Ce projet en briques réelles que j’ai adoré créer m’a pris beaucoup de temps à réaliser. Je serai tellement heureux qu’il vous plaise aussi. Alors merci d’avance de me supporter et partager le plus possible !

N’oubliez pas la devise du film : “Tout prend vie !” alors merci de voter pour mon projet sur Lego Ideas