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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Music Meister's Musical Mayhem

The Music Meister sings the song that the world wants to hear... But Batman and Black Canary are there to cancel the corrupt conductor's sinister symphony! But watch out, the Meister has Green Arrow and Aquaman under his sway, thanks to his hijacked satellite! Press the top of the sattelite to hear the Music Meister sing part of "The World is Mine," then use Batman's Super Jumper to knock over the menacing musician's broadcasting screen! Looks like Music Meister's going to be singing a different tune... in Iron Heights Penitentiary! Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Batman, Black Canary, Music Meister, Green Arrow, and Aquaman.

  • Set includes 163 pieces
  • Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Batman, Black Canary, Music Meister, Green Arrow, and Aquaman
  • All previously released minifigures have been redone in the style of the TV series "Batman: The Brave and the Bold!"
  • Stage features removable speakers and 6 easy minifigure connection points, as well as a giant screen to broadcast the Music Meister's lyrics of larceny!
  • Satellite features poseable solar panels, as well as a sound brick that plays "The World is Mine" from the hit cartoon show "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" when the top of the satellite is pressed!
  • Use Batman's Super Jumper to knock over the giant screen!
  • Includes Batman's Batarang and Super Jumper (not pictured here due to it not being included in LDD), Music Meister's conductor's staff, and Green Arrow's bow

 

Notes:

  • The Music Meister's design is based on his armored suit from the finale of the "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" episode "Mayhem of the Music Meister."
  • The prints required for this set would include prints for all 5 minifigures, as well as the broadcasting screen on the stage, solar panels on the satellite, and the front panel of the satellite.
  • While not required, it would be nice to have a new molded piece for the Music Meister's staff rather than the brick-built one.
  • The set would also require a recording of the song "The World is Mine" by Neil Patrick Harris in the sound brick.