It looks like we’re off for a second wave of TLBM fever now that the film’s digital HD home video is now available for download. Apple’s iTunes Movies even joined in the irreverent fun by coming up with four LEGO-inspired posters of the most famous Bat films ever made over the course of the years, to help promote Warner Bros’ The LEGO Batman Movie. The posters feature the many film versions of the brooding Dark Knight in his LEGO form, as seen in Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995), Batman and Robin (1997), and Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016). I placed these posters along side with their LEGO-inspired versions so you can compare them.
It will be nice to have print versions of these digital, LEGO-inspired Batman movie posters, but the special features and freebies that go along with the 4K Ultra HD, 3D, Standard Blu-Ray Combos, and DVD versions of the film are definitely better. Other than what is listed below, the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray version features The LEGO Batman Movie in all its 4K, HDR glory, a Blu-ray disc of the film in high definition, and a digital copy in Ultraviolet Digital HD. All versions of the TLBM home videos highlights the following freebies.
Original Animation Shorts
- Dark Hoser
- Batman is Just Not That Into You
- Cooking with Alfred
- Movie Sound Effects: How Do They Do That?
The Master: A LEGO Ninjago Short
- One Brick at a Time: Making the Lego Batman Movie
- Inside Wayne Manor
- Brick by Brick: Making of the LEGO Batman
- Behind the Brick
- Me and My Mini Fig
- Comic Con Panel
LEGO Rebrick LEGO Batman Movie Brick Films Contest Winners
Lego Life Trailer
- Follow Me Online
- Don’t Skip
- Happy Holidays Jingle
- Batsby New Year’s
- Team Cutdown
Director and Crew Commentary
Click on the following images for more details about these versions from Amazon.
Let’s also recall that Target is having a pre-order LEGO Batman Movie exclusive that features a free Batgirl minifigure (30612) polybag. Similar to the Penguin minifigure exclusively offered together by Scholastic, this Target exclusive shows Batgirl with a new head piece reported to have a different print as compared to her other versions found in the Catwoman Catcyle Chase (70902), The Joker Notorious Lowrider (70906), and The Ultimate Batmobile (70917). In all aspects, this Target exclusive is virtually identical with Rosario Dawson’s minifig counterpart in these sets, save for the different expression printed on its minifig head piece. Whatever the case is, the Target TLBM promotional exclusive is a good catch, especially if you’re into collecting all The LEGO Batman Movie minifigs that there are.
So what do you think brick fans? Which version will you most likely pick? Are you also looking forward to have the Target, LEGO Batgirl minifigure exclusive? Be sure to catch these home video versions of The LEGO Batman Movie due to be released on June 13, 2017.