Every man dreams of having his very own Batcave. Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey took a different approach to the Batcave dream and decided to build their very own Batcave replica — with LEGO blocks. And build it they did, with 20,000 blocks with a total weight of over 100 lbs. Not only did they use legos, but the Batcave is fit with real, working lights and motor parts — such as the spinning turntable for the Batmobile, a rotating selection for the weapons, and Batplane’s lift thingy. Check out the fruits of their 800 hours of labor:
Dang, that is pretty cool despite the are-you-serious-you-spent-your-time-building-that factor.
[via The Brothers Brick]