These Are LEGO's 'Batman v. Superman' Sets

16 October 2015, 4:04 pm EDT By Robin Parrish Tech Times
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Just five months to go until Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters, and we still know very little about Warner Bros.' merchandising plans — aside from the fact that they're going to sell a ton of toys and stuff.

Eurobricks has posted the first details on what LEGO has planned for Batman v Superman, in a quartet of toy sets that are arriving two months ahead of the film, in January. While this likely isn't the full extent of what LEGO will be releasing in support of the movie, these are the first four sets you'll be able to get your hands on.

First up is a "microscale" version of the new movie's Batmobile (set #30446), which brings to mind the "Microfighters" sets released for Star Wars. No price is yet known, but we'd guess it'll be in the $9.99 range.

A $14.99 set (#76044) looks to be a mini-diorama of a scene from the film. It's said to include "Armored Batman" and Superman Minifigures, alongside a Batsignal and some Kryptonite. Also, if you look closely at the image below, Batman appears to be wielding a Kryptonite gun.

At $29.99, the midrange set (#76045) will probably be the most popular because it's the one with the full-Minifig-scale Batmobile that we first got a look at at San Diego Comic-Con. You can see it in the image below, along with the Batman Minifigure. What's not in the image is a LexCorp Vehicle and a pair of Lex Luthor henchmen that are also included.

Lastly, the biggest set (#76046) will cost you $69.99 and includes a pair of aircraft and a slew of Minifigs (sadly, there's no picture of this one). This one has the Batwing, a LexCorp helicopter and Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor and henchmen Minifigures.

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