Scarecrow Special Delivery is LEGO set 70910-1. It has a score of 67. This is bad compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 8 scored reviews and 11 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 10.78% 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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First BATMAN set. Like the surprise pop out sides on the Scarecow's truck.
I got this set to complete the Gotham Energy facility started in Mr. Freeze Attack and Joker Balloon Escape. I think the structure build here is the highlight for that reason. Scarecrow's pizza delivery scooter is neat, but the scale is just all off; it's bigger than the building itself!
Poor thinking on the minfigure side of the equation aside, the designers did a pretty great job on the rest of this set. Adding to its value, 70910 can be joined to the structures included with 70900 The Joker Balloon Escape and 70901 Mr. Freeze Ice Attack. Based primarily on the fact that those three sets become something much greater than the sum of their parts, I would recommend this set to add to them. However, if you are looking for a good Scarecrow minifigure, pick up 76054 and pass on this one.
Overall, The LEGO Batman Movie Scarecrow Special Delivery (70910) is somewhat of a subpar set. The main attraction of the set is the Scarecrow minifigure and maybe the security guard. The pizza delivery bike is a little disappointing although I am curious of what is hidden inside since there's no context from the trailers as of this time. The expanded playability of combining this set along with some others bump up the score but by itself, the set doesn't do as well. Unless you are wanting the exclusive Scarecrow minifigure, I would recommend holding off on getting this set until it is on sale.
Mostly, it's just a “okay then" set of bricks that I'm not sure anyone would keep around. A lot of it is kind of lazy, like the barrier arm that just clips on to a railing part, and therefore pulls it off easily. The top, likewise, seems to be just good enough to hide the stands for the sign… which seem like they would have been better on the 90-degree bracket parts. I wouldn't even call it bad, just a bucket full of “meh" that's destined for extra parts.
The set does offer a bit of play value in that you get a vehicle, a (small) building (but with a gate to crash through), and a pair of good guys to chase the bad guy. For kids, that's probably good enough to mask the fact that the vehicle is pretty lame. For adults, there isn't much here worth talking about (you can get a better version of the Scarecrow in the Scarecrow Fearful Faceoff set). In fact, I'll be taking my set apart and using the pieces for my own creations...which probably means that my "overall" score of 3 might even be too generous!
This set is a little bit more playable than the prior one, but I think the motorbike is enough reason to purchase the set. The idea is very nice and the only complaint is that the connection between the motorbike and the trailer is too strong. The minifigs are ok for the set, although they are not the best ones.
70910 Scarecrow Special Delivery is probably my least favourite of the thirteen sets based on The LEGO Batman Movie which have been released so far. It offers reasonable play value and certainly justifies its price point of £19.99 or $19.99 but the two models are lacking in detail and I think the minifigure selection is relatively weak.