Role-play high-speed battles against Ocean Master™ with this LEGO® DC Batman™ 76116 Batman Batsub and the Underwater Clash set. This buildable Batman submarine toy features an opening bubble-shaped minifigure cockpit, adjustable claws to grab weapons, 360-degree rotating wings, stud shooters, rear rotating propellers and detachable fins to attach to Batman's feet and use as flippers. This cool Batman playset includes 3 LEGO minifigures with weapons and a shark figure, plus 10 assorted Power Burst elements to customize your builds, minifigures and weapons for unlimited imaginative play.
- This super-hero toy includes 3 minifigures: Batman™, Aquaman™ and Ocean Master™, plus a shark figure.
- Batman™ submarine features an opening bubble-shaped minifigure cockpit, adjustable claws, 360-degree rotating wings, 2 stud shooters, 2 rear rotating propellers and 2 detachable fins.
- Rotate the wings behind Batman's cockpit like a huge propeller!
- Use the claws to grab weapons or power up the sub with Power Burst elements.
- Remove the fins and attach to Batman's feet as flippers.
- This Batman™ toy includes 10 assorted translucent-blue Power Burst elements to customize your builds, minifigures and weapons.
- Weapons include Aquaman’s trident and Ocean Master’s trident.
- Aquaman™ and Ocean Master™ minifigures are new for January 2019.
- Batsub super-hero vehicle measures over 1” (5cm) high, 8” (21cm) long and 4” (11cm) wide.
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- Custom parts orders are sent separately from merchandise and take additional time to process and deliver.
- Unopened merchandise may be returned for a full refund within 90 days of receipt of your order.
- January 1st, 2019Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Ocean master!Yonduvader | 45-54I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfAs a fan of Aquaman Lego, highly anticipated this set as wanted the orm ocean master figure, He doesn’t disappoint, nicely detailed torso plus cape and headgear, looks the part for taking on Aquaman. The Aquaman figure nicely detailed plus new colour palette for his beard and completely yellow long hair this time. Also included are tridents for both plus the water element pieces enabling both to stand as though lifted by water. The sub is easy to build and nice enough, has propellers you can move,as is the scuba diver batman, plus a shark. all in all a great set for the price.Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 30 minsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Batman™ Batsub and the Underwater Clash
- January 17th, 2019Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Another Batman set... starring Ocean Master!TirnelStargazer | 19-24I would recommend this to a friend!The minifigures in this set are great, and are its primary draw. Ocean Master is unequivocally the star here. I still wish we had gotten the Patrick Wilson version in the Aquaman movie set, but this one is the next best thing. Ocean Master's purple New 52 armor (last seen in Mera: Queen of Atlantis) is very well translated. I might have used a different color for the cape (preferably double-sided black and red), but the one used works fine. I definitely would have included the trident in silver rather than gunmetal, though. His face looks great. He has one expression with printed goggles and one without, and the Atlantean helmet looks great in silver. Aquaman's Jason Mamoa-inspired Rebirth variant, which was introduced in the Atlantean Civil War storyline, looks great as well. The print on his torso uses almost exactly the same pattern for the scales as his original variant, though it has been rearranged slightly. I'm not sure how I feel about the use of the yellowish orange over the regular orange, but it's not a terrible choice. Rebirth Batman is the same as in the new Batman Mech set, though he is included with a black scuba mask (a relatively new color for this piece, if I'm not mistaken, which was first used in the Darth Vader Castle) and flippers instead of a cape. I personally like the Rebirth batsuit, so I'm happy to see it used again. He uses the original Super Heroes Batman head (rather than the newer ones introduced with the New 52 Batman and Justice League versions) for the first time since 2015, in the Green Lantern vs Sinestro set. I'm disappointed by the lack of Batarangs, which would have been easy to include. I'm happy to see a shark included, but I wish it had been the larger version that can swallow a minifigure. Objectively, the Batsub is good. The gyroscopic cockpit is very smooth, and the stud shooters are a nice play feature that always works. It's also easy to get Batman in and out of the cockpit due to the fact that he's only attached by two studs. The arms are pretty useless and do nothing aside from getting in the way of the cockpit opening (not that that makes opening it any harder), and can easily be left off if desired. Subjectively, though, this feels more than a little repetitive. There were already enough Batman-based sets before the LEGO Batman Movie oversaturated the market (not that the movie or the sets were inherently bad; quite the opposite), but now it's just getting ridiculous. LEGO could make an entire wave of sets based on Atlantis and its war fleet alone just from the current run of comics, and I'm talking a wave with as many sets as Star Wars gets. DC and Marvel get significantly fewer sets than Star Wars or Ninjago, and yet has just as much material to draw from. Last year's wave of sets was great: 3 sets based on or at least seemingly vaguely inspired by storylines such as Flashpoint, Forever Evil, the Court of Owls, and even Infinite Crisis, and 8 entirely new characters (Lobo, Killer Frost, Reverse-Flash, Firestorm, Cheetah, Batwoman, the Talons, and an OMAC cyborg), and that was just in 5 sets. Now we're starting off 2019 with only 2 sets with random Batman vehicles and only 2 new characters collectively, and it feels like a large step backwards. It would be really nice to see more sets based on actual DC storylines like Crisis on Infinite Earths, Blackest Night, dark Nights: Metal, or Flash War. And can we please get some Arrowverse sets already?? Or at least a minifigure pack for each show?? At the end of the day, though, this is a well-designed Bat-submarine and a cheap way to get Ocean Master, and I'd recommend it to any fan of Aquaman or Batman.Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating1out of 5 stars1.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 25 minsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Batman™ Batsub and the Underwater Clash
- February 16th, 2019Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0LegoHand | 14-18I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI think it would have been better to exclude batman from this set and instead make ocean master a sea horse ( that he had in the movie ) having batman in this set makes it weirdPlay ExperienceAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars2.0Build Time: 1 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?35Batman™ Batsub and the Underwater Clash
- January 16th, 2019Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0Lazy effort by Lego. Set saved by two good figurespilapants | 45-54Purchased for: SelfLets start with the positives - 1. Aquaman figure and Ocean Master are great figures and probably justify buying this set. 2. Decent Price for three figures Unfortunately here are my negatives : 1. Batman figure is just boring 2. Batsub ? How many more vehicles are left for Batman - seems to be constant churn of vehicles. Lego need to come up with new character vehicles. Overall an OK set, saved by two figures and a palatable price but please lego start thinking beyond Batman having another vehicle.Play ExperienceAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Building Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?25Batman™ Batsub and the Underwater Clash