"Fun little one-off vehicle build and I was glad they didn't make it similar to the Desert Batman Buggy. This one is slightly bigger and has a few more features. The buggy itself is really neat and has a real-end "suspension" that adds to the overall play-ability. The updated Captain Boomerang from the Killer Croc Sewer Smash set was nice to see as they didn't just include the same one all over again.
Very quick build with only 198 pieces and two bags. Instruction booklet is 60 pages with 80 steps.
Overall this is a fun addition to the collection, but I feel they should have added more around it and made it a bigger set. I know this series is off the Lego movie, but adding a villain buggy (Bainbuggy) would have made this set stand out from the rest."
"The Harley Quinn Hammer Truck is one of my favorite vehicles in my collection and I was stoked to see they were releasing another Harley themed truck. The truck is very cool and was a fun build, I just wish they would have included an additional vehicle (like the Batcycle with the Hammer Truck) instead of the structures.
Fairly quick build with 425 pieces, 3 bags and there are 2 instruction booklets being a total of 122 pages and 111 steps.
Overall the Cannonball Truck was a fun build and an excellent addition to the collection next to the Hammer Truck. The new Harley Quinn, Crazy Quilt and Gentleman Ghost minis is what bumps this from a 4-star to a 5-star rating."
"The Batshuttle is a nice change-up for the The Batman Movie series and I liked they thought of expanding the Batcave Break-in. Building the Batshuttle was fun, my only complaint is me being selfish and wishing it was a tad bit bigger. One surprise I was not expecting was the ability for the shuttle to open up and store the Bat-Moon Buggy. Having the ability to slide the Reggae, Space and Firestarter suits was a nice touch.
Overall it's a pretty quick build, 643 pieces and the instruction booklet is 119 pages with 75 steps. The shuttle does not connect to the launchpad and just slides into place.
I agree with the other reviewers that swapping out Catwoman and/or Dick Grayson with some additional new minifigures would have changed this set from a home run to a grand slam."
"This was one of my most favorite builds I have ever done. I was worried because on structure builds they can tend to get repetitive and becomes more of a task than an enjoyment. This did not have any of that. There were a few steps that were duplicated, but it didn't feel redundant.
Total there are 24 bags with an instruction booklet that is 459 pages and 613 steps, you're going to have some fun. The structure itself is extremely solid and comes in around 14 pounds. There are quite a few steps where you need to spin it around, never once did I feel it was going to fall apart (or have pieces fall off). If there is only one set you plan on buying this year, or next, make it this one."
"The mini figures are the highlight of this set, but that's still hard to spend $130 just for that. The Flying Fox was a fun build, I just wish they would have added more features like closing doors or a rising ramp to close off the ends. The interior was lacking with any detail, 4 stickers (2 sets) is really disappointing.
The Batmobile included is pretty much the same from the Kryptonite Interception build with a few changes. With such a high price tag, it would have been nice to have a new Batmobile and not a recycled one.
Overall was a decent build, would have been better if I hadn't already built the Batmobile from the Kryptonite build. For $130 this set is lacking the wow factor that we got with the Batman Movie releases and other previous Super Heroes sets."