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Batman Has All He Needs in This 20,000-Lego Batcave

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There are a lot of people who are more than a little obsessed with Batman's superhero bachelor pad. Take, for instance, that Batcave home-theater a mega-rich superfan spent $2M to create in Greenwich, Conn., or the Batman swimming pool in an abode in Chicago. And, of course, who could forget the Batman suite available by the hour at an erotic motel in Taiwan?

The latest Batcave iteration is this creation by Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey, who constructed the hyper-detailed replica with a staggering 20,000 Legos. That's more than 100 pounds. Of Legos. It took the duo 800 hours to piece together the structure, and the proof is in the details; a waterfall cascades along a crag, industrial pendant lamps drip from the ceiling, and tiny bat-shaped weaponry clings to one of the walls.

· Incredible Lego Batcave Built Out of Over 20,000 Pieces [Laughing Squid]
· All Batman-Related Coverage [Curbed National]