Just the other day, @AlecBurnright and I were going back on forth about a movie theater around the corner from where we grew up, that showed movies for 99 cents! Ironically enough, one of the first movies I ever saw in this 99 cent theater was Batman Begins. Come to think of it, a homie who worked at the concession stand may have actually gotten us in for free. The struggle might have been that real. I digress. I need not go into how wicked Batman Begins was, and how I was literally amazed when the Tumbler came shredding across the big screen.

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Fast forward to today, and two childhood titans clash to combine for one awesomely cool toy. LEGO, debuted the Tumbler and Figures just a few days ago, and without a doubt, I’ll be copping. There are quite a few DIY versions of the Tumbler, but this is as official as they come! The completed model measures 15 inches long, 9 inches wide, and stands just over 5 inches tall, which is pretty damn impressive scaling when you think about it. Additionally, the entire kit will run you about $199 when it drops in September of 2014, but with a total piece count of 1896, seems about well worth it. Share and enjoy!

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