Bat-Mite is LEGO set 71026-16. It has a score of 75. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 26.92% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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Bat-Mite is such a kooky, left of field character that you can't help but love him. From his crinkled mask, to the amazing Detective Comics tile, Bat-Mite is a treat for any Batman fan.
Ultimately, 71026 DC Super Heroes Collectible Minifigures is a series to be enjoyed, be that for its contents, the new trans-clear piece alone (it really is rather good) or for the simple fact that this sort of risk can be and is taken by the LEGO Group in 2019.
If you're a DC fan, then you're definitely going to want to pick up this entire series, as it will be a quick and easy way to add some really cool comics history to your minifigure collection. I can only imagine that Marvel fans are already salivating at the thought of a similar series for them. Personally, I've still got dreams of a Star Wars series, as unlikely as that is. Nevertheless, although I'm not particularly a DC fan, I've found these minifigures to be exceptionally interesting and awesome.
Bat-Mite was introduced during 1959 and originates from the fifth dimension. This peculiar creature idolises Batman so wears an unkempt version of the Caped Crusader's suit which looks magnificent here, taking inspiration from Bat-Mite's original design. This blue cowl features one bent ear and two prominent teeth adorn the head, alongside enormous eyes that are visible through the cowl.
The DC universe has a nice mix of characters, but they certainly aren't as varied as Marvel's. Although there are some nice characters here, I can't help but feel another DC series was a little unnecessary. Sure it has given us some nice new elements, but I doubt they will have much use beyond the characters here, apart from appearing in future DC sets.