There are a total of four minifigures in this set, Batman, Two-Face, a male GCPD Officer, and a female GCPD Officer. Batman, yet again, appears in a set but for this one he does have a new head piece with a new combination of expressions. For this one, he has a cocky smile on one side and an unimpressed look on the other. His accessories include a pair of Batarangs.
Two-Face, who was portrayed by Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent in the original 1989 Batman movie, appears in this movie with Williams returning as the voice actor for the character. There whole two sides to this minifigure from head to toe. On one side, you have the regular Harvey Dent side with the clean gray suit. On the other, you have a melted away suit with some magenta detailing throughout. There’s some humor on the legs where there’s a hole showing his underpants with red hearts.
The head is double-sided with angry looks on both. Like with the suit, the face also shows two different sides. One has his normal face with moustache and the other shows his ravaged face. Finally we have the black and magenta hair piece corresponding to each side of the character. His accessory is a Tommy Gun but it would have been nice if LEGO included a coin piece as well.
Finally we have the two GCPD Officers who wear the same dark blue uniforms as in the Arkham Asylum (70912). They also have the black tactical vests that go over the torsos. The male officer has a radio and revolver as accessories while the female has a double-barreled shotgun. One thing to note is that the heads on these two minifigures are exclusive.
The GCPD officers come with a barrier piece with some trans-orange lights on the top.
Batman comes with the Bat Hawk which is pretty much another variant of the Batcycle. If has a very sleek look with the bat wings folded down to the cockpit area. It is a one-seater and Batman has to lean fairly back for the windshield to close.
On either side of the Bat Hawk, there are a couple of stickers that go across the lower part of the vehicle. As for some of the play features, one side has a flick-fire missile while the other has a couple of stud shooters.
The main build of the set is Two-Face’s wheel loader. It is pretty big compared to even some of the LEGO City construction vehicles. Like with Two-Face having two sides to his minifigure, the wheel loader also has two sides to it. On one side, you have a clean white and yellow profile while the other has a terrifying look of destruction.
For the clean side, you have a look that seems like it just rolled off the factory line. In the front of the loader, the bucket has some stickers of some warning stripes. In the front part of the articulated steering, there’s a sticker that says Falcone’s Legit Construction Co. which is an Easter egg to Carmine Falcone from the comics. The back of the loader has some more detailing such as the ladder above the rear wheel as well as a sticker of the metal walkway. Finally on this side, there’s a compartment to store a couple of revolvers.
On the “bad” side, it is a complete opposite of what you see on the other side. The bucket on the loader has stickers showing it with rugged patching. The front wheel has some spikes coming out of it. There’s also some spikes right behind the bucket as well.
On the side of the cabin, there’s a six stud gatling gun that shoots trans-orange studs. You can easily shoot it by turning the gear on the back. At the back of the wheel loader, there’s a large engine with some purple hoses connected to it.
For some of the other play features, the front part is able to pivot freely left and right. There’s a silver tube at the bottom and a whip connected on the side to give some detailing in this area. The arm is able to move up and down while the bucket itself can also move as it is on ball joints.
The LEGO Batman Movie Two-Face Double Demolition (70915) is actually a better set than I thought. The wheel loader itself looks very nice with the two sides to it. There’s lots of little detailing on both sides that makes it stand out. The inclusion of Two-Face has been long-awaited since the initial wave of TLBM sets from last year and he doesn’t look too shabby either.
Batman and the two GCPD Officers are good additions as they are all exclusive to this set. The Bat Hawk Batcycle is also a nice addition as there’s substance to it and not a throw-in build.
On last thing to point on is the price point of $59.99. I feel that this set id more than adequate to warrant the price but if you’re not in a rush to get it, I would recommend waiting for a sale.
Check out my reviews of some other The LEGO Batman Movie sets:
The Mini Batmobile (30521)
The Joker Battle Training (30521)
Batman in the Phantom Zone (30522)
The Mini Batwing (30524)
The Joker Balloon Escape (70900)
Mr. Freeze Ice Attack (70901)
Catwoman Catcycle Chase (70902)
The Riddler Riddle Racer (70903)
Clayface Splat Attack (70904)
The Batmobile (70905)
The Joker Notorious Lowrider (70906)
Killer Croc Tail-Gator (70907)
Scarecrow Special Delivery (70910)
The Penguin Arctic Roller (70911)
Arkham Asylum (70912)
Scarecrow Fearful Face-off (70913)
The Ultimate Batmobile (70917)
The LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigures (71017)
The LEGO Batman Movie Accessory Pack (5004930)
Thank you to LEGO AFOL Relations & Programs (ARP) team for sending in this set for me to review. The content above represents my own opinion and not the company. Review sets sent in does not guarantee a positive review.