31 Days of Toy Terror: Arkham Asylum Breakout from DC Superheroes by Lego
# of pieces- 1619 w/ three instruction manuals and a small comic book.
Minifigures: Batman (black outfit), Dr. Harleen Quinzel, guard, Poison Ivy, Robin (Arkham City styled), The Joker (Prison suit), Penguin, The Scarecrow.
Lego suggested MSRP: $159.99
*The minifigures are all stellar. Robin, Dr. Quinzel, Batman, Joker, and Poison Ivy all feature secondary expressions on the back of their heads. Dr. Quinzel might be my favorite but the prison suit Joker and Scarecrow are all fantastic as well. Lots of neat little accessories, too. Handcuffs, batarangs, a staff for Robin, a fish and umbrella for Penguin, and a jester's cap for Dr. Quinzel round out a nice assortment of accessories.
*The prisoner transport truck is a fantastic little vehicle. It is well designed and includes a transport cage for the Joker (think the beginning of the Arkham Asylum video game or the Silence of the Lambs).
*The play features are well designed and not at all intrusive. A row of computer monitors spins around to reveal Dr. Harleen Quinzel's shrine to the Joker, featuring little cans of makeup and her Harley Quinn hat. Prison cell doors all open and close to lock up Batman's deadliest foes. A rope (looks like it was made out of bed sheets) can be attached to the floor so villains can escape through the broken window.
*Ummm... I wish it came with more villains, especially since there are monitors showing Two-Face and a special cell for Mr. Freeze. Other than that, no complaints! Of course, those two guys come with other sets, so I've now purchased them and added to my collection.
|The hanging lamps do little to add a touch of warmth to Arkham Asylum.|
|The exterior of the second Arkham Asylum configuration|
|Dr. Quinzel secretly gives in to her obsession over the Joker,|
|The security guard carefully monitors the asylum's population!|
|Two specialized cells can be outfitted to hold any of Batman's adversaries!|
|The rooftop allows plenty of room for criminals and crusaders to fight!|
|Dr. Quinzel's office|
|Robin supervises a treatment session for the Joker. Sedatives and chemicals line the shelves.|
|Poison Ivy's cell is fully contained to keep her from overrunning the asylum with vines and creepers.|
|The potted plant does little to disguise the broken window and the makeshift rope hidden in the corner.|
|Gargoyles and pointy spires add to the Gothic atmosphere of the old asylum.|