Includes an EXCLUSIVE minifigure!
Enter the world of your favorite LEGO® super hero in the first ever guide to LEGO® Batman™! LEGO Batman: The Visual Dictionary combines DK's famous Visual Dictionary format with the adventurous world of the LEGO Caped Crusader. Every set and minifigure from the LEGO Batman universe will now be at your fingertips.
Explore each LEGO Batman set according to its location, key themes, events, and characters, including the cunning Catwoman, the daredevil Robin, and the villainous Joker. Other famous DC characters like Wonder Woman, Superman, and Green Lantern will also be featured in minifigure form alongside their corresponding sets that will be hitting stores in 2012.
Go beyond the bricks to look at the wider world of LEGO Batman — including video games, merchandise, and the intense fan community. As an extra bonus, the bottom corners of each page create two great flip-books!
LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick configuration and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. © 2012 The LEGO Group. Produced by DK Publishing under license from the LEGO Group.
Copyright © 2012 DC Comics. All related characters and elements are trademarks of and © DC Comics. (s12)
About the Author
Daniel Lipkowitz is a senior writer and story developer at the LEGO Group. His writing has appeared in LEGO Club Magazine as well as LEGO Master Builder Academy, and his characters and storylines regularly appear in new LEGO themes and animated LEGO films. He is the author of The LEGO Ideas Book, LEGO Awesome ideas, and Lego Play Book: Ideas to Bring Your Bricks to Life.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
He's 6, and adores Batman Legos. He love the figure it came with, and enjoys looking at all the different sets that are available.
I purchased this book for my nephew. He absolutely loved the book and the lego figure that came with it. I was a little disappointed because the book arrived damaged, the corners were bent and cracked. Unfortunately, I did not have enough time to return it and get a new one because it was a supposed to be a Christmas gift.
Misleading advertisement. Indicated wear, which was fine in my opinion, but book should have included a Lego minifigure, which was ripped from the book. The minifigure was the only reason to buy the book!