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76010 Batman: The Penguin Face Off is a DC Comics Super Heroes set released in 2014.

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The set features a duck-like vehicle and a Bat-vehicle that resembles scuba equipment. It also features a block of ice with a jewel sticking out of it.

  • Includes exclusive Scuba Batman™ and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories
  • Features Batman’s scuba vehicle and The Penguin’s duck boat, both with 2 flick missiles
  • Includes a harpoon, umbrella and dynamite
  • Dodge the robot penguins
  • Speed in and grab the diamond
  • Fire the flick missiles and send The Penguin waddling home
  • Batman’s scuba vehicle measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide
  • Duck measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide

$12.99
€14.99
£11.99
$19.99 +

Help Scuba Batman™ defeat The Penguin i … Help Scuba Batman™ defeat The Penguin in a battle on the water!
The Penguin has stolen a priceless diamond and has two of his robot penguins guarding it. Help Scuba Batman™ to sweep in on his speedy scuba vehicle and get it from their grasp before The Penguin can attack with his crazy duck boat. Both cool vehicles are armed with 2 flick missiles, so if you need to shoot your way out of a tough corner, you have the firepower to do it! Includes Scuba Batman and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories.*Includes exclusive Scuba Batman™ and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories*Features Batman’s scuba vehicle and The Penguin’s duck boat, both with 2 flick missiles*Includes a harpoon, umbrella and dynamite*Dodge the robot penguins*Speed in and grab the diamond*Fire the flick missiles and send The Penguin waddling home*Batman’s scuba vehicle measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide*Duck measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide +



76010 Batman: The Penguin Face Off is a DC Universe Super Heroes set released in 2014.

Contents

Description

The set features a duck-like vehicle and a Bat-vehicle that resembles scuba equipment. It also features a block of ice with a jewel sticking out of it.

Help Scuba Batman™ defeat The Penguin in a battle on the water!
The Penguin has stolen a priceless diamond and has two of his robot penguins guarding it. Help Scuba Batman™ to sweep in on his speedy scuba vehicle and get it from their grasp before The Penguin can attack with his crazy duck boat. Both cool vehicles are armed with 2 flick missiles, so if you need to shoot your way out of a tough corner, you have the firepower to do it! Includes Scuba Batman and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories.

  • Includes exclusive Scuba Batman™ and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories
  • Features Batman’s scuba vehicle and The Penguin’s duck boat, both with 2 flick missiles
  • Includes a harpoon, umbrella and dynamite
  • Dodge the robot penguins
  • Speed in and grab the diamond
  • Fire the flick missiles and send The Penguin waddling home
  • Batman’s scuba vehicle measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide
  • Duck measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide

Minifigures Included

Notes

Gallery

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References and Sources

[[USPrice … $12.99
$19.99
Additional prices: $24.99 $24.99 +

Help Scuba Batman™ defeat The Penguin i … Help Scuba Batman™ defeat The Penguin in a battle on the water!
The Penguin has stolen a priceless diamond and has two of his robot penguins guarding it. Help Scuba Batman™ to sweep in on his speedy scuba vehicle and get it from their grasp before The Penguin can attack with his crazy duck boat. Both cool vehicles are armed with 2 flick missiles, so if you need to shoot your way out of a tough corner, you have the firepower to do it! Includes Scuba Batman and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories.*Includes exclusive Scuba Batman™ and The Penguin minifigures with weapon and assorted accessories*Features Batman’s scuba vehicle and The Penguin’s duck boat, both with 2 flick missiles*Includes a harpoon, umbrella and dynamite*Dodge the robot penguins*Speed in and grab the diamond*Fire the flick missiles and send The Penguin waddling home*Batman’s scuba vehicle measures over 1” (4cm) high, 4” (12cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide*Duck measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide4cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide +

Regular

This article is about the Batman character. For the animal, see Penguin. "Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, AKA the Penguin, is a devious crime boss who is seldom seen without one of his trick umbrellas. He can use an umbrella to glide, and keeps penguin bombers under his hat, which can be dispatched at will." ―Character introduction in LEGO Batman: The Videogame "Sorry to rain on your parade, my dear!" ―The Penguin in LEGO Batman 2

The Penguin is an enemy of Batman's and a chief crime boss in Gotham City. He was released in 2006 as a part of the Batman theme. He was redesigned and appeared in DC Universe Super Heroes theme in 2013 and appeared again in 2014.

In The LEGO Batman Movie, Penguin is voiced by John Venzon who was not credited for the role.

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Description

Batman

Unlike most minifigures from the original Batman theme, The Penguin is not based on his appearance from Batman: The Animated Series. Other minifigures who are not include Catwoman and Killer Croc. The reason Penguin and Catwoman are not is possibly because their appearances in that show were based on Batman Returns and Warner Brothers insisted those designs be used on that show, rather than the depictions the creators wanted. [1]

Super Heroes

In 2013 Penguin received a redesign. He has lighter purple short legs, a black jacket closed with one button. A grey vest is showing from the bottom and a white shirt and a light purple bow tie at the top. He has back printing depicting the suit on his back, and little indent with the grey vest showing through, and the white shirt at the bottom. His eye now shows through his monocle and he has a less detailed mouth, but more lines around his face. He still wears a black top hat.

He comes with a silver fish and an open umbrella made from a black wand and a black radar dish.

Fur Coat

He comes with the same hat and face as the previous version. The torso is all black with white hands and a white shirt with a regular purple tie and his suit is printed with a brown fur. His back is printed with fur and the creases in the jacket. He has medium stone grey short legs.

The design of the umbrella is the same but with a brown handle. This version also includes a device to control his Penguin Minions.

Classic TV Series

This variant is based on the late Burgess Meredith's portrayal of the Penguin in the classic Batman television series. The only differences between this version and the first Super Heroes variation are the lavender top hat and the black legs.

The Lego Batman Movie

In "The Lego Batman Movie", The Penguin's appearance is based off the Danny DeVito portrayal of him in the 1992 film "Batman Returns". He has a new mold for his exaggerated top hat, in black. His head is now Aqua and he features a maniacal smile, cheekbones, a mole and a dark blue monocle over his right eye. (The version in the Arctic Roller is scowling.) He introduces a new white fur collar piece and his torso shows his bulging stomach straining at his purple waistcoat and suit jacket. His arms, legs and hands are still black, but his arms now have the white cuffs of his sleeves printed on them. The Penguin has a new closed-umbrella piece.

The Lego Batman Movie (alternate)

Video Game Appearance

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame, Penguin's appearance is identical to his appearance in 7783 The Batcave: The Penguin and Mr. Freeze's Invasion, but his umbrella has been remodeled. His umbrella is now a Black 4L Bar and 3 by 3 radar dish in Purple when opened, or a never-released "closed umbrella" piece when closed.


In LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Penguin reappears in LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes with a slight redesign of his Batman appearance. His face has been slightly changed and now no longer has the cheek lines, the eyebrows, and his teeth aren't as distinct as before. He also has back printing, a similar design to the Lex Luthor minifigure. His umbrella is also a lighter shade of purple and thicker.

On the Playstation Vita device though, he seems to have his exact Batman appearance, except his legs seem to be of the normal variety.

Background

Comics

The corpulent and aristocratic Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, came to be The Penguin, Gotham City's "Gentleman of Crime" as a result of his traumatic upbringing. Ostracized as a child for his pointed nose, obesity, and short stature, The Penguin does not share the insanities or obsessions of most of Gotham's rogues, though he is particularly fond of birds. He owns the Iceberg Lounge and operates it as a front for various underground rackets and crooked schemes. Trained in judo and a criminal-mastermind, his weapons of choice are his collection of trick umbrellas, which conceal various weapons, gasses, and gadgets.

LEGO Batman Movie

If a crime in Gotham City involves either birds or umbrellas, you can be sure that The Penguin™ is the culprit. An oddball crook indeed, Oswald Cobblepot likes to think of himself as both a criminal mastermind and a sophisticated gentleman, leading him to don a top hat and tuxedo for most of his schemes. His infamous trick umbrellas contain a variety of gadgets that range from flamethrowers to helicopter blades. Bat-Fact: No idea how he gets that monocle to stay in place.

In the DC Animated Universe, Oswald Cobblepot was a hideously deformed gangster with several strange personality quirks which caused him to be socially ostracized and overcompensate for this with an eccentric "gentleman" identity.

Appearances

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame

In LEGO Batman: The Videogame, Penguin was a boss on the level Penguin's Base where he is fought alongside Catwoman and many Freeze Girls. Penguin is a playable character in every ground villain level in Power-Hungry Penguin and unlocked after the level Rockin' the Docks is complete.


The Penguin's team from left to right: Penguin, Killer Croc, Bane, Man-Bat, Catwoman

Penguin has the ability to glide and release penguin bombers from under his top hat. He is armed with one of his trick umbrellas which allows him to glide and acts as both a melee and ranged weapon.

The Penguin led a team which also consisted of Bane, Man-Bat, Killer Croc, and Catwoman. The team planned to unleash an army of Penguin Minions on Gotham City.


Bane and The Penguin

Penguin and Bane went to the city docks to retrieve a satellite dish being delivered. Once the satellite was fastened onto Penguin's submarine, Commissioner Gordon and the Police arrived. Penguin abandoned Bane to bring himself and the satellite to safety. This put Bane into fit of rage. He threw a police car into the air, which landed on him, knocking Bane out.

Catwoman's jewel-thievery skills were utilized when she and The Penguin set out to steal the Gotham Diamond, which was necessary to power the satellite which powered the Penguin Minions. When the jewel was secured, Catwoman refused to hand it over to The Penguin. A moment later Police Officers arrived. Both Catwoman and the Penguin escaped, but they were separated. Catwoman was chased across the rooftops by Batman and Robin, because the Gotham Diamond was still in her possession. When she was cornered, Catwoman threw the diamond onto the street, where it was retrieved by her cat, Isis. Catwoman was then put into the custody of the Gotham City Police Department, and held in the cells below their headquarters.

While searching for Catwoman, Penguin was spotted by a Police Boat, he summoned Killer Croc to help escape the police. After doing so, they were pursued by Batman and Robin, which resulted in the destruction of Penguin's Submarine.


Killer Croc and The Penguin in the Sewer.

In an attempt to evade the Dynamic Duo, Penguin and Croc escaped into the sewer where they received a message from Catwoman who was looking to be freed from the prison cells beneath the Police Department. They laughed at her until she informed them that she still had the diamond, so they agreed. Killer Croc and Penguin made their way to the Police Department by way of the sewer. Once Catwoman was freed, she once again refused to hand over the diamond, until Killer Croc growled at her. Shortly after, Batman and Robin arrived, which caused Catwoman and Penguin to flee. Croc stayed behind to try and fend them off and allow Penguin and Catwoman to escape.

Penguin and Catwoman retreated to the City Zoo where they were planning on staging the final phase fo their plan. When Batman and Robin arrived at the zoo, Catwoman and Penguin rushed to the Arctic habitat of the zoo, where they were hoping to execute the last stage of their scheme. When Batman and Robin arrived, Penguin fought alongside Catwoman and the Freeze Girls, but was defeated and sent back to Arkham Asylum.

In LEGO Batman 2

The Penguin is among the villains who raid the Man of the Year Award ceremony after The Joker steals Bruce Wayne's trophy. He steals a gold necklace from a woman and listens to The Joker acceptance speech with Harley Quinn, The Riddler, and Two-Face at Lex Luthor's table. When Batman and Robin arrived, he escapes through the theater with Joker, Riddler, and Two-Face before Batman and Robin defeat Harley. They then found him, and sent him back to Arkham Asylum.

Later, when Lex Luthor was demonstrating his Kryptonite gun to The Joker, he aimed it at the wall of Penguin's cell at Arkham Asylum. The wall was destroyed and Penguin was revealed to be behind it in a bathtub with a fish. While Lex and Joker were talking, Penguin walked past them and jumped of the wall gliding on his umbrella to escape.

He is later seen during the prison break and tries to escape Batman and Robin on with Bane and Poison Ivy with the former's mole-machine.

Penguin hides at the Arctic World exhibit of the zoo (once again) in the hub, and is available for 500,000 studs after he is defeated.

He is also a playable character in the LEGO Gotham City bonus level.

The Penguin Minions also appear around Gotham City as basic enemies and on the first level on occasion.

In portable versions, Penguin's minikit can be found in the first level, Gotham Theatre. He costs 100,000 studs.

In LEGO Batman 3

Penguin returns as a character, but is not part of the story. His umbrella serves as a gun, glider, and shield. His penguin robots return, but they are much more erratic and fast, and need to be shot with his gun to be detonated, instead of holding a button. He appears in his Fur Coat variation, and as his appearance from the 1966 Batman show.

In The LEGO Batman Movie

Oswald Cobblepot has three great obsessions: birds, umbrellas, and other people’s money. Dubbing himself “The Penguin”, this tuxedo-wearing troublemaker robs and steals to acquire the wealth he thinks he richly deserves!

Agility: 3
Fighting: 3
Strength: 3
Intelligence: 8
Speed: 3

Gallery of Variants

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Video Game Variants

Notes

  • In LEGO Batman: The Videogame and the Direct-to-DVDs LEGO DC Films, he is voiced by Tom Kenny (reprising his role from the animated series The Batman), who also voiced SpongeBob SquarePants and Doctor Octopus in the Ultimate Spider-Man TV series.
  • His physical 1966 minifigure differs from its appearance in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
  • He is the first Super Heroes minifigure to have a monocle.
  • His appearance from The LEGO Batman Movie is reminiscent of his appearance in Batman Returns due to his wrinkled, fanged white face, but in the movie he wears a suit reminiscent of his 1966 costume.
  • In The LEGO Batman Movie, his top hat is very similar to the Mad Hatter's hat.
  • In The Batman, Penguin is played by Colin Farrell, who also played Percival Graves in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Quotes

"Grodd had us under mind control!" ―Penguin in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League "Bananas?" ―Penguin in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League

Appearances

Movies

  • LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite
  • LEGO DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered
  • LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs Bizarro League
  • LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom!
  • LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Gotham City Breakout
  • The LEGO Batman Movie[1]

Video Game Appearances

  • LEGO Batman: The Videogame
  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
  • LEGO DC Super-Villains

Mini-movies

Gallery

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The Penguin in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Gotham City Breakout with The Scarecrow and The Joker

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With all the LEGO leaks springing lately, LEGO is lucky it isn’t a ship–because it would be sinking! Once again, one of the upcoming LEGO Winter 2014 sets has appeared, and it’s another DC LEGO Super Heroes set! While none of the characters in this LEGO Batman set are “new” exactly, this is the sort of army-builder set many collectors have been waiting for. Coming in 2014–LEGO Batman The Penguin Face Off 76010!

UPDATE 12/6/2013: Now that hi-res photos of the 76010 LEGO The Penguin Face-Off set are available, I’ve added the new images to this post and updated my impressions of the set.

2014 LEGO Batman The Penguin Face Off 76010 Box

While the first image of the 2014 LEGO 76010 The Penguin Face Off set is tiny to be sure, it pretty much reveals everything we’ve been wanting to know about this upcoming set! This new LEGO Batman 2014 set has been rumored for months now, so it’s not a big surprise to see that it’s actually real. What does surprise me about this set, however, is how much I love it!

First and foremost, I’m excited about 76010 LEGO Batman The Penguin Face Off because it finally, finally gives us a cheapish source of Penguin Minions minifigures to army-build!

76010 LEGO Superheroes 2014 Batman The Penguin Face Off Set

I fell in love with the Penguin’s robot penguin LEGO minifigures when playing the LEGO Batman video game, and I’ve always wanted to army-build them This set should retail for $12.99-$14.99, which is the best price-point ever for getting two Penguin Minion minifigures. The new torso print for the LEGO The Penguin minifigure also makes The Penguin look richer and more “high-class” than he ever has before. Love it!

LEGO Batman 2014 The Penguin Face Off 76010 Box Back

The rest of the items included in the set will be a new Scuba Batman minifigure, a little Batboat for Batman to ride on, and a LEGO Penguin Rubber Ducky Boat. I always enjoy new Batman variants in these sets, so that’s a big plus, but the LEGO Scuba/Batboat build is pretty small and sad. More of an accessory for Batman to hold onto than a true vehicle.

Batman Returns The Penguin

While I hate the classic “Batman Returns” movie with a passion, I am blown away that LEGO is actually releasing the Penguin’s Rubber Ducky Boat in LEGO vehicle form! Seriously, this is a brilliant idea and is going to be a true joy to build and display. I am definitely a bit saddened that LEGO didn’t give us wheels to add onto the LEGO Rubber Ducky boat, though–I guess we’ll have to add those ourselves! Anyone know if pink wheels exist in LEGO form?

LEGO 76010 The Penguin Face Off LEGO Batman 2014 Sets

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Now that you’ve seen high-quality image of the set, are you in for one of the more off-beat LEGO Batman sets ever, or do you have no use for outrageously fun killer robot LEGO penguins?

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I asked fans over on the Bricks and Bloks Facebook page whether they wanted me to review the just-released LEGO Batman The Penguin Face-Off set or the LEGO Star Wars Kashyyyk Troopers set, expecting a solid victory for the new Kashyyyk Troopers. Instead, the LEGO Batman Penguin Face-Off 76010 set absolutely blew the Star Wars set out of the water! And thus, I’m not posting my first 2014 LEGO Batman review. But that’s not all! Since you guys were so enthusiastic about the Penguin Faceoff, I’ve decided to make that the free March 2014 giveaway here on Bricks and Bloks! Read the review, then enter the contest!

LEGO Batman The Penguin Face-Off 76010 Review
The Right:

It took a little while for the final two LEGO Batman sets of 2014 to reach stores, but they finally arrived just recently! While I am very much looking forward to writing a review for the LEGO Batman The Joker’s Steamroller set in the near-future (gotta love that LEGO Damien Wayne Robin minifigure!), the set I was even more excited for is also the one that costs about a quarter of the price: the LEGO Batman 2014 The Penguin Face-Off set.

LEGO The Penguin Faceoff 76010 Pile of Unassembled Pieces

The 76010 LEGO Batman The Penguin Face-Off set is the smallest and cheapest of the LEGO Batman 2014 sets, as it retails for just $12-$13. You might think you wouldn’t get much in a LEGO set that inexpensive, but this set is actually loaded with value and LEGO goodness.

LEGO Scuba Batman Minifigure LEGO 76010

Depending on how you look at it, the LEGO 76010 Batman: The Penguin Face-Off set includes either two LEGO Batman minifigures or four LEGO Batman minifigures (more on that in a moment). The two main minifigures included are a LEGO Scuba Batman minifigure and a LEGO The Penguin minifigure.

2014 LEGO Batman Scuba Figure Rear View

The LEGO Scuba Batman minifigure is exclusive to this set, and is a rare Batman minifigure that doesn’t include a cape. The LEGO Scuba Batman figure includes a scuba pack, flippers and a harpoon gun. I was a bit ambivalent toward this figure when I first saw images of it, but in-hand Scuba Batman looks great and is a lot fun to play with.

LEGO 76010 Batman The Penguin Face-Off Minifigure Back

The Penguin comes with his trademark umbrella (of course!) and a remote control. What’s the remote control for, you ask?

LEGO Batman Robot Penguins Henchmen Minifigures with Dynamite

The other two LEGO figures included in this set are a pair of brick-built remote-control LEGO robot penguins! We’ve seen these LEGO Penguins released a couple times before in the line, but this is a slightly different build for the LEGO remote control penguins. In addition, this is the cheapest set that the remote control penguin LEGO minifigures have ever appeared in, so if you’re hoping to army-build, now’s the time to do so!

The LEGO penguins don’t have a lot of movement possible due to being brick-built, but they do have remote-control antennas on top of their heads which can be moved back-and-forth. The most fun feature of the penguins, however, is the fact that each of them has one “clip” arm that allows it to hold a bundle of dynamite! Look out, Batman–remote-controlled, dynamite-carrying robot penguins are coming for you!

LEGO 76010 Scuba Batman Vehicle

The set includes also includes two vehicles, and one is an iconic one. First up, we’ve got LEGO Batman’s little scuba vehicle. There’s not a lot to speak of with this vehicle, but it’s cute and feasible enough that LEGO Batman would be able to utilize this scuba vehicle to chase after The Penguin. It’s got a pair of flickfire missiles that I could live without, but it makes sense for Batman to have at least some armaments on the scuba vehicle.

LEGO Batman Penguin Face-Off Rubber Duck Boat

The main selling-point of this LEGO Super Heroes Penguin Face-Off set for many collectors, however, is going to be the Penguin LEGO Duck Boat. I would be lying if I said that this tiny, cheap little vehicle wasn’t among my favorite things ever in the LEGO Batman toys line.

76010 LEGO Batman Penguin Face-Off Duck Boat Rear View

With its adorable cartoon eyes and bright yellow and orange colors, the LEGO Ducky Boat is downright adorable, and The Penguin looks positively darling (or at least as darling as The Penguin is capable of looking) riding around in it. The LEGO Rubber Ducky Boat features a spinning rear propeller and a pair of flickfire missiles (which I like more than usual due to their bright orange tips).

LEGO Batman 76010 Penguin Face-Off Remote Control Penguins with Arctic Base

Finally, LEGO 76010 includes a small “arctic” terrain base with a spot for a diamond at the crest. This is a little addition, but the robot penguin LEGO figures look terrific on this base. Despite being tiny, this terrain piece base actually makes a great centerpiece for the set!

LEGO Batman Penguin Riding in LEGO Duck Boat
The Wrong:

When you’re getting as much value from a $12 set as LEGO is giving us with the LEGO 76010 Penguin Face-Off, it’s really tough to nitpick for faults, but here goes: the LEGO Rubber Ducky boat should have wheels. There–I said it. This LEGO Penguin Ducky boat is very clearly inspired by the classic “Batman Returns” movie, and as such, I really wish that LEGO had found a way to implement wheels into this design like it had in the movie.

LEGO Batman Scuba Batman Minifigure & Scuba Vehicle
“Where Can I Buy It?!”

Overall: I really think I can summarize how fun this set is with six words: “Remote-Controlled, Dynamite-Carrying Robot Penguins.” Yep–I think that does it. Overall, this is an extremely strong value-priced LEGO 2014 set. Every single item included is well-executed and adds to the play value of the set. We get a new underwater LEGO Batman minifigure, the best-looking LEGO Penguin ever, the aforementioned super-fun LEGO penguin henchmen, a nifty little Batman scuba vehicle, the ultra-cool Penguin Duck Boat, and even a neat little arctic terrain base. For $13, this set is an absolute steal, and I’ll be picking up a few to army-build robot penguins–as well as one to give away (read on)! Outstanding set–highly recommended.

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