The LEGO Batman Movie Accessory Set is LEGO set 853651-1. It has a score of 87. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 26.09% 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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I have never thought this blister pack would be desirable that I skipped buying it and urged myself to wait for a price reduction. Ostensibly, the day did not come that I have to order it overseas, but I am glad I have bought it.This set comes with three exclusive minifigures: Chief O'Hara and two Gotham City police officers. Also included in the pack is a quick build of the bat-signal; you will notice it is a diminutive version compared to other releases from the Ultimate Batmobile (70917) or the Lego Batman Movie Accessory Pack (5004930).In conclusion, if you are a hardcore DC fan and a completionist of its Lego line, then this set is for you. If not, you might want to skip this accessory pack and save your money to other sets.
Seriously bummed that the only thing we get O'Hara in and she has no happy face. Come on. The scene in the car with the hold music???! She was happy and awesome. This one only has a depressing look. Huge mistake.
As a LEGO set, the LEGO Batman Movie Accessory Pack is a terrible value both in terms of bricks, and for build time. When considered as a sort of extension of the LEGO Batman Minifigure series, it is still overpriced, but not horribly so. The Minifigures (which are the whole point of this accessory pack) are great, and I really like them. But, the Bat-signal build is really weak compared with the free version that was given out in the LEGO Store a year ago. Do I recommend this set? Yes and no. If you are a real Batman fan, and want to have even the lesser known characters, I would say yes. Even if you just want to fill out your LEGO City police department with some unique looking officers, then this is a good little pack. I would also say it is a good way to get the harder to find Bat-signal pieces if you missed out on the freebie last year, and if you don't want to dish out $159.99 for the Ultimate Batmobile. You could spruce the design up on your own with some pretty standard bricks. But, overall, I think this kit is overpriced for what you get.
Excellent though the three minifigures are, I find it difficult to justify purchasing this set. Chief O'Hara has several lines of dialogue in the film but none of the characters included are of particular consequence and the appeal of the Bat-signal is limited by its appearance in 5004930 Accessory Pack. The price point of £10.99 or $12.99 is also a little disappointing as the slightly more expensive 70900 The Joker Balloon Escape offers far better value for money in my opinion.