"The title says it all. Once you are done with the central section, the rest of the build is extremely dull. One of my favorite things about Lego sets are all the little details and fun things they do with each set. The only truly fun thing about this set is the body scanner, which was extremely neat! They could have done more, since Arkham is definitely a place where the criminals escape frequently. Add some secret tunnels, or anything to make it more interesting.
The two sides are perfectly symmetrical, so once one side is completed, the other side is a piece of cake. The tower is only half of a tower.
The interior sections include a cafeteria (not a real space, just a cart with food and trays), a phone/visitor area, a lab, and a laundry room. That's it. The cells are extremely small, and unless you have small hands, it's hard to get the figures in them. Each cell is designed for one of the included mini figures. The Joker figure isn't much different than the figure that can be purchased separately.
"The building of this set wasn't much harder than the last one, but there are some neat aspects that make this a much more enjoyable set than the previous one.
There's a little spot for you to place dynamite and then push a button and the wall explodes out! I only wish the wall was a little more stable when "locked" into the rest of the prison section. The other neat thing is the garage for the police car. Press a "T" handle and the car comes flying out of the garage.
Overall, a fun set. I just wish there was more to the interior, especially of the station itself. The prison section was pretty good, but the station itself was fairly drab."