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The LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigures (71017) Feel Guide

The LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigures (71017)

Earlier this week, LEGO officially announced the minifigure lineup for The LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigures (71017). As usual with the Collectible Minifigures, here’s a feel guide for this series. Obviously, I can only go by the images but there are enough indicators for each minifigure to distinguish them. LEGO has changed it up again for this wave and there will be a total of 20 to collect. There’s no word on the distribution per box but I hope to have that info in the upcoming weeks.


Glam Metal Batman

This version of Batman has a guitar that should be easy to feel for. If not, you can also try for the spikes on the shoulder pads.

Clan of the Cave Batman

For this Batman, the spiked club is the only thing this identifies this version of him.

Vacation Batman

The inflatable duck should be the easier thing to feel for with the little duck head. There are also two flat flipper pieces that you could also use.

Fairy Batman

There are a number of things that you could feel for to find Fairy Batman including the skirt, the wings, and the wand.

Lobster Lovin’ Batman

The obvious item to feel for here is the lobster piece as well as the plate.

Catman

The easiest things to feel for are the two claw pieces. You can also try for the belt piece if you can’t find the claws.

Zodiac Master

For the Zodiac Master, the only defining items are the fish and crab pieces.

Dick Grayson

His shark repellent accessory is actually two pieces which are the 1×1 tap and round brick pieces.

Nurse Harley Quinn

The easiest thing to feel for her is the large pigtail hair piece which should be very easy to feel for.

Commissioner Gordon

To find Commissioner Gordon, feel for the 2×2 tile piece along with the walkie-talkie.

Calculator

For Calculator, his large armor piece is a dead giveaway along with the round helmet.

Mime

For the Mime, I suggest feeling for the two lightning pieces. Her mohawk is also helpful but not by much.

Orca

LEGO somehow continues the trend of having mascot-type character in the Collectible Minifigures series and Orce isn’t any different with the same large Shark Suit Guy mold.

Arkham Asylum Joker

This version of the Joker may be somewhat difficult to feel for. The only things that stick out are the handcuffs and his somewhat spiky hair piece.

Red Hood

The Red Hood could be misleading if you’re just feeling for the armor piece. Confirm it by also feeling for the cylinder piece as well as the two guns.

Eraser

Eraser can be found by feeling for the 2×2 tile and confirming with the 1×1 round stud and what appears to be a 1×1 round brick.

Barbara Gordon

For Barbara, she also has the handcuffs but sh also has her hat along with the 1×1 round tile.

King Tut

King Tut should be easy to feel for as he has a large headdress as well as a snake and the long scepter.

March Harriet

For March Harriet, the only thing you should be feeling for is the rabbit ear headpiece.

Pink Power Batgirl

Be somewhat careful with Batgirl as she also has a skirt piece although it is different from Fairy Batman. Confirm by also feeling for her Batarang.

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  • Lyons58

    Just FYI, Catman is not Batman. Catman is a villain of Batman and first appears in #311 of Detective Comics.

  • Dante

    Catman is his only villain, not a suit

  • Ryan Meek

    Are the bump guides a thing of the past? It seems I haven’t heard much about those since the first simpson series.

    • The bumps haven’t been reliable for a few years since they’re different for the same character in different batches. Some people swear by them but I think that feeling for them is easier and faster.

      • Ryan Meek

        I have had great success just feeling the bags. I just think with so many batsuits it would be nice to have a backup plan. On the bright side, you can’t have to many minifigs if I guess wrong.

      • Purple Dave

        The bumps have never been reliable, since pretty much right after the AFOL community started paying attention to them, they started changing a few here and there. I specifically remember this happening with S3 and the bug-eyed alien, where the bumps on that were changed at some point to look almost identical to something less common, like the elf or the fisherman.