Batman: Scarecrow Harvest of Fear is LEGO set 76054-1. It has a score of 80. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 8 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 44.76% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2016, and it is categorised in DC Comics Super Heroes.
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Batman fans and LEGO builders alike will have a blast helping Batman and the Blue Beetle stop the supervillains diabolical plans and save the poor farmer from his worst nightmares in the Harvester's fear tank. With three vehicles, they'll get immersed in hours of interactive and creative play, after they build said vehicles, of course. Like other LEGO Super Heroes sets like the Killer Croc Sewer Smash, it even features a comic that helps set up where the story can start.
This set was a birthday gift for my 10 year old son. He enjoyed building it and likes it a lot. I didn't enjoy vacuuming about 200 of the pieces from my dining room after he was done playing with it...
I tracked this down on a well known internet shopping site for £34. A cracking set, the helicopter looks great as do the other vehicles. Very nice to build, I particularly like the Blue Beetle and Killer Moth minifigures, they are the best that I have seen. The DC Batman sets are far superior than the current Lego Batman Movie sets.
I think the minifigures are nice. They're all pretty detailed and are good figures for DC fans. The builds are not bad too. Not the biggest fan of the blue on the Batcopter but the combine harvester and tractor are quite nice.
If you're looking for some unorthodox Batman set action, and are tired of bank robberies and robot showdowns and batcaves, and long for super dull farm action, give this set a shot. Solid 1 for dumbness.
In conclusion, I think that overall this set marks an interesting departure from the usual fare offered by the Super Heroes line. Unusually, all three of the models seem to work together to tell a cohesive story and each have their own merits, with none of them feeling like redundant filler to bump up the parts count. It would be easy to slightly modify the agricultural vehicles for use in a City Farm scene too, if you were so inclined.