20,000-piece Lego Batcave is a marvel to behold

If there was ever a time to do a big-budget stop-motion Lego Batman movie, it's now. Right here's an enormous Batcave, built by two men. Standing shoulder to shoulder, as you'll see in the gallery below, their creation is wider than the both of them combined.

Built by Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey, the faithful, detailed representation of the coolest cave there ever was uses 20,000 individual pieces. According to Andrew over at Brothers Brick, it took over 800 hours spread across 12 weeks to finish, and weighs more than 100 pounds. It even has some well-used lighting.

Take a tour of this superlative Batcave replica in the gallery below. Robin's in there, too.

The Brothers Brick, via Laughing Squid, via Neatorama

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