Ken’s Korner: Batcave is made from Lego pieces

Ken’s Korner: Batcave is made from Lego pieces

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By Ken Hall

Ken’s Korner: Batcave is made from Lego pieces
Ken’s Korner: Batcave is made from Lego pieces
Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey have created a replica of the Batcave (home of the comic book character Batman) using more than 20,000 Lego pieces. The two unveiled their creation at the 2012 Emerald City Comicon. It took them over 800 hours to create the Batcave, and the finished product weighs more than 100 pounds. It comes with its own lighting and a rotating turntable at the center of the cave. It is powered by a single battery. The pair has also used Legos to create several Star Wars-themed spaceships.

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