LEGO Batman 1992 Polybag Official Images Revealed!

lego batman 1992 polybag

In case you missed it, the long-awaited official visuals of the LEGO Batman 1992 polybag 30653 have been released. LEGO Batman fans no longer have to rely on leaked images from various sources, as we now have an official look at this new and exciting polybag.

The LEGO Batman 1992 Polybag Offers a Nostalgic Throwback

lego batman 1992 polybag

The LEGO Batman 1992 polybag contains 40 pieces and features a minifigure of Batman in his Batman Returns version. The minifigure comes with a molded cape, capturing the iconic look of the character as seen in the 1992 film, Batman Returns. This polybag also offers a cost-effective way in adding this new minifigure version of the Caped Crusader to your collection. This polybag is a great alternative in case you’re still eyeing the much larger, and more expensive, LEGO Batcave – Shadow Box 76252 which also includes the said minifigure.

lego batman 1992 polybag

Additionally, the LEGO Batman 1992 polybag also includes pieces to construct a roof cornice with a gargoyle. And for eagle-eyed LEGO Batman fans out there, you may have noticed that this portion of the build is somehow reminiscent of the architectural details seen in the now-retired LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile (76139), and the LEGO Batman 1989 Bat Wing (76161) sets. This allows fans to expand their display setups and provide a fitting backdrop for the minifigures.

LEGO Batman 1992 Polybag – Availability and Retail Price

lego batman 1992 polybag

The LEGO Batman 1992 polybag is currently available for purchase at JB Spielwaren for the price of €3.39. As of now, it is unclear whether LEGO plans to incorporate it into any future promotional offers related to the Batman license. We’re still on the lookout if ever this new polybag will be available at Target. But for now, it seems that this polybag offering is listed over at Amazon.  Please drop a comment if ever you spot this collectible over at your local stores.

Special thanks to Hothbricks for the tip.

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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