If you're going to recreate the Batcave in LEGO, you might as well go all out and do it right.
Dan Glasure has taken that theory to heart in his massive and impeccably detailed version of Batman's underground Headquarters. The large build took about 2 months to craft, with a focus on the more detective aspects of the character. It includes multiple labs and research areas along with all the technical wizardry you'd expect from the Batcave.
Glasure's Batcave has a great deal of depth, something he accomplished with his use of levels and lighting, even going so far as to recreate the a waterfall running through the cave. All the little details are fantastic, like the actual mainframe for the Batcomputer, the Kryptonite vault, or the Robin bike next to the Batmobile. The cave has a working turntable underneath the Batmobile and even a working elevator that takes you up to Wayne Manor.
Make sure to head to his Flickr gallery to see all of the photos.
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