Holy palindromic numbers, Batman!
The 71017 LEGO® Batman Minifigures have hit the shelves, bounced once, and just about left them! Get them while you can, as they will only be available for a limited time.
All of the figures have full size legs, and many feature two tone legs. Some of the accessories are completely new, original and a little bit hilarious. including the lobster, the plate with lettuce print, rubber duck floatation ring. Others are fantastic recolorations (because we so needed a pink battering
There are some outright strange figures coming up in the LEGO Batman Movie, as seen in the series of collectable minifigures. And while many have not had a mainstream movie appearance, many have existed for quite some time.
Here are the figures in order of appearance (as best as I can determine…):
- Commissioner James Gordon Detective Comics#27 May 1939
- Dick Grayson: Detective Comics#38 April 1940
- The Joker: Batman#1 June 1940
- The Red Hood: Detective Comics#168 February 1951
- Pink Batman (albeit without the wand, tutu and fairy wings) Detective Comics #241, March 1957
- Catman: Detective Comics #311 January 1963
- Zodiac Master: First Appearance Detective comics #323 – 1963
- King Tut (William Omaha McElroy) : Batman TV Series ‘The Curse of Tut’ April 1966
- The Eraser : Batman#188 December 1966
- The Calculator: First Appearance Detective Comics #463 – September 1976
- The Mime: Batman #412 October 1987
- Harley Quinn (Harleen Quinzel): Batman the Animated Series, “Joker’s Favour”September 1992
- Police Commissioner Barbara Gordon: Batman Beyond, 1999
- Orca Batman#579 July 2000
- March Harriet (Hariet Pratt) Detective Comics#841 April 2008
- Caveman Batman: Batman: The return of Bruce Wayne #1, May 2010
- Lobster Lovin’ Batman: LEGO® Batman Movie Teaser Trailer #1 24/3/2016
- Summer Holiday Batman: LEGO® Batman Movie Comicon Trailer 23/7/2016 0:24
- Glam Bat: LEGO® Batman Movie Comicon Trailer 23/7/2016 1:17
- Police Chief Barbara Gordon: Batman Beyond, 1999
Yet to Appear: Batgirl , pretty in pink!
What do you think? Which is your favourite?
Did I miss the original appearances for Batgirl in pink, or Fairy Batman?
Let me know in the comments below.