Batman in the Phantom Zone is LEGO set 30522-1. It has a score of 86. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 29.04% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in The LEGO Batman Movie.
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The Batman minifigure isn't as interesting because it's the same one is in a couple of sets plus he's also in a plethora of other ones. The Phantom Zone is very cool especially since it doesn't appear in any sets but it does connect to the Arkham Asylum (70912) where it has the Phantom Zone Projector. If you're not into the polybag, it does make a good parts pack.
I'll be honest and say that initially I didn't understand all the praises this polybag was getting in the discussion forums here. It's just hype, just some red bricks; another generic Batman; the other polybags seems more collectible--all of these thoughts passed through my mind at the time. But after picking this up and building it, I rather like it. Sure Batman is indeed boring, at least here. But that drone has character with an edge and it makes one heck of an impression on a shelf.
Excellent LEGO set! Great for play or to add to your collection!
More interesting is the Kryptonian Robot Guard. A lot of small and spiky pieces are used to give it a menacing appearance. The guards surround the Phantom Zone Projector in the film, impeding someone's mission to retrieve it, but they are not encountered by Batman so including him in the set is a bit of a shame particularly as the character that does come across them is equally important and comparatively rarer. It's rare for flying things in polybags to be provided with a stand so the transparent one included here is most welcome.
For a 59-piece set, there's a really solid selection of dark red elements, including eight 1×1 tile clips and four 1×3 plates, as well as two dark red headlight bricks, which have been quite rare in recent years, unless you count expensive sets like Assembly Square or the Death Star.