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The LEGO Batman Movie The Joker Manor (70922) Officially Announced

The LEGO Batman Movie The Joker Manor (70922)

At the Time to Play Holiday Showcase in New York City, LEGO has officially announced a direct-to-consumer set for The LEGO Batman Movie with The Joker Manor (70922). It consists of 3,444 pieces and will retail for $269.99. It will be available on Black Friday, November 24 at LEGO Brand Stores and on [email protected] There will be no VIP Early Access for this set.

The set was featured in the movie after the Joker took over Wayne Manor after he broke out of Arkham Asylum. What’s neat about it is that it includes a functional roller coaster that goes around the mansion. Check out the official press release and images below.

The LEGO Batman Movie The Joker Manor (70922)

The LEGO Batman Movie The Joker Manor (70922)

70922 The Joker™ Manor
Ages 14+. 3,444 pieces.
US $269.99 – CA $349.99 – DE 269.99€ – UK £249.99 – DK 2299.00 DKK
*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit shop.LEGO.com for regional pricing.

Dare to enter The Joker™ Manor!

Help Batman™, Barbara Gordon, Alfred Pennyworth™ (in his classic Batsuit) and Nightwing™ regain control of the jokerized Wayne Manor with this massive THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE set. The Joker™ Manor is packed with iconic details from the movie and cool functions, including a rollercoaster encircling the whole building, a huge buildable The Joker head with trapdoor and slide, punching boxing gloves, a rocking ‘The Joker’ sign and rotating ‘big eye’ tower. The interior includes a cinema room with a romantic DVD element, kitchen with buildable microwave plus lobster and lemon-slice decorated tile elements, living room with a buildable grand piano, fireplace and bust, swimming pool room, and a music studio with guitar element and buildable mixing desk and loudspeakers. Build this magnificent manor and then recreate your favorite scenes from the movie with 10 included minifigures.
• Includes 10 minifigures: The Joker™, Batman™, Barbara Gordon, Harley Quinn™, Nightwing™, Alfred Pennyworth™ Classic Batsuit, Disco Batman™, Disco The Joker™, Disco Batgirl™ and Disco Robin™.
• Features a grand entrance flanked by 2 buildable bombs with translucent spark-style elements, 2-level and 3-level towers with turrets and flag elements on top, a rollercoaster track and train with 3 cars (each with a minifigure seat), rotating ‘big eye’ tower with lever-operated iris to ‘look’ up and down, huge buildable The Joker™ head with trapdoor and slide, rocking ‘The Joker’ sign, ‘Ha! Ha!’ sign, 2 wheel-operated punching boxing gloves, plus many multicolored, translucent light-style decorative elements.
• Activate the trapdoor to send a minifigure tumbling from the top of the The Joker™ head, down the slide and out through the mouth.
• Interior includes an entrance hall with 4 plastic, bendy ‘mirror’ elements; living room with a buildable grand piano and stool, bust, and fireplace with translucent-red fire-style elements; cinema room with a screen, minifigure seat and assorted elements including a romantic DVD; kitchen with cup, pot and pan elements, and a buildable microwave with lobster, lemon and plate elements inside; music studio with a buildable mixing desk and loudspeakers, seat and a guitar element; swimming pool room with translucent-blue water-style elements; and an attic with 2 buildable boxes and a rat figure.
• Weapons include Batman’s Batarang, Barbara Gordon’s revolver and Harley Quinn’s bat.
• Disco Batman™, Disco The Joker™, Disco Batgirl™ and Disco Robin™ minifigures are new!
• Recreate and reimagine memorable scenes from THE LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE.
• The Joker™ Manor measures over 21” (55cm) high, 25” (66cm) wide and 10” (27cm) deep.
• Rollercoaster train measures over 1” (3cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.

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  • OhioBricker

    Wow! A little too over-the-top (and expensive) for my LEGO town, but it’s very cool. Also gives me hope that we’ll get a proper roller coaster for the amusement park some day. I know there’s a Friends roller coaster, but I’m talking about a Creator one.

    • Ghostcat

      Im pretty certain the next creator ride will be a rollercoaster. FOUR new track moulds along with a dedicated train car mould! They wont make FIVE new moulds for one set!

  • Guyon van Oers

    while it is a cool set it really doesn’t say to me: ”look at me! i’m a cool set and i’m worth my price”
    and as always with expensive lego sets (and i’m getting really sick of this crap) a super-ultra-premium amount of stickers.
    definitely a no-buy for me

  • Sid Dinsay

    I’m officially glad I didn’t buy the UCS Falcon. At $269 for more than 3400 pieces, PLUS THE ROLLER COASTER, this set is my must have.

    • David4

      I think THE ROLLER COASTER is included in the 3400 pieces. 😉

      • Sid Dinsay

        Unless the tracks themselves number 44 pieces. 🙂

  • Max LaChance

    This is so much cooler than the UCS falcon.

    Holy carp. What can I sell to afford this.

  • leggot

    very cool… hopefully they have enough stock to meet demand 😛 note to TLG – Read: HOPEFULLY THEY HAVE ENOUGH STOCK TO MEET DEMAND!!!

  • Rob

    Thanks to VIP points, this set will cost me a lot less than the list price. YAY!! =)

  • lorbaat

    There’s a box of Wilde Style’s stuff in the attic. Classic.

  • David4

    More sets 99% of the LEGO fanbase can’t afford! Hell yeah!!!

    I’d like to point out that for $810 you get over 10,000 pieces and 30, almost all, exclusive minifigures; if you buy three of them.

    Much better deal / design than the Falcon.

  • Ghostcat

    And the train cart is brand new too! So FIVE new moulds! Deffo getting a rollercoaster next summer!

    • lorbaat

      Does one of the track pieces already exist? Because I’m counting five track types (across the front, from l-r: 1) Curve; 2) level; 3) gentle rise; 4) Steep Rise Top; 5) Steep Rise Bottom)

  • Victor Renoux

    I am actually considering getting this just so I can take off the joker parts and have Wayne manor…
    I probably won’t, though, because of how many other things have piled up on my want list.

  • Brady

    Lots of HATERAIDE getting sprayed on the UCS Falcon in this thread…. all from people whom couldn’t, for whatever reason, get one.

    HATERAID.

  • Ian Melton

    Boy it is tempting to get two, if I can afford it by selling other Lego older sets I don’t need, and try to make Wayne Manor out of the second. Otherwise I feel I need to add the Batman elements like the movie theater, and recording studio to the Wayne Manor part of the ’66 Batman set.

  • Panda Toys

    This set is awesome:) Here’s the full pictures preview video:
    https://youtu.be/2n8kg6MtE8s

  • TheGlynreaper

    damn you LEGO just as im selling over 3 quarters of my sets to make room you have to announce this well I may have to buy you since ill really really regret it if I dont

  • Kilgannon

    My best friend, my best friend.

    And friends are family.

  • Rick Sanchez

    there’s already pictures of the Lepin bootleg for this set. which they put out before LEGO even announced the set.
    I assume the legal battle against them hasn’t made any difference.

  • Daniel Grant

    This is AWESOME! I wish they’d released a designer video along with this but i’m not seeing one.