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Lights, Sensors, & Media RGB LEDs (in chest) 3 (12 inch range) Head rotation - up: Head rotation - down: Head rotation - left: Head rotation - right:The LEGO Batman Movie - Mr. Freeze ™ Ice Attack (70901) Gift wrap is available for this item. This item is sold in our stores. Please check your local store for availability. FREE Shipping on ANY purchase of $29 or more. Help Batman™ defend the Gotham City Energy Facility from Mr. Freeze's Exosuit assault and save the security guard from the ice prison in The LEGO® Batman Movie: Mr. Freeze™ Ice Attack set. The set features Mr. Freeze's posable Exosuit with room for a minifigure and a stud-shooting freeze gun, plus a detailed power plant build and an opening ice prison. Includes three minifigures and assorted play-inspiring weapons and accessory elements including Batman's flamethrower.The LEGO Batman Movie - Mr. Freeze ™ Ice Attack (70901) Features:Mr. Freeze's Exosuit features a stud-shooting freeze gun, room for a minifigure, posable joints and translucent elementsThe power plant features a silo with pipe and an adjustable lever, plus computer, pressure meter, mug and translucent light elementsAlso includes an opening, translucent-blue ice prison with space for a minifigureWeapons include Batman's Batarang and flamethrower
, and the security guard's gunMr. Freeze's Exosuit stands over 4 inch (11 centimeter) tallDC Comics is one of the largest American companies in comic books and related media publishing. Mr. Freeze's Exosuit features a stud-shooting freeze gun, room for a minifigure, posable joints and translucent elements The power plant features a silo with pipe and an adjustable lever, plus computer, pressure meter, mug and translucent light elements Also includes an opening, translucent-blue ice prison with space for a minifigure Weapons include Batman's Batarang and flamethrower, and the security guard's gun Mr. Freeze's Exosuit stands over 4 inch (11 centimeter) tall Product Dimensions (in inches):10.1 x 5.9 x 2.5 Shipping Info:This item can be shipped to the entire United States including Alaska, Hawaii, and all U.S. territories including Puerto Rico This item can also be shipped to APO/FPO addresses and to P.O. Boxes in all 50 states Shipping Methods:This item may be shipped via Standard Shipping, Expedited Shipping or Express Shipping Please Note: Some addresses are eligible for Standard Shipping only (APO/FPO, P.O. Boxes, U.S. Territories and Puerto Rico)
Please ensure iCloud is enabled in advance in order for purchases to be restored. Add to my list"-I'll get my car.-I brought mine." ―James Gordon and Batman[src] The Tumbler was a vehicle used by Batman. It came complete with an array of weapons and gadgets. "So what do you think?""Does it come in black?" ―Lucius Fox and Bruce Wayne[src] When Bruce Wayne reestablished his connections to his father's company, Wayne Enterprises, Bruce meets former board member Lucius Fox in the Applied Sciences Division. There, Bruce was able to acquire various gadgets for his soon-to-be alter ego known as Batman. One of them was the Tumbler, a prototype armored tank designed as a bridging vehicle for the military, includes weaponry and the ability to boost into a rampless jump. When Lucius Fox asks Bruce Wayne his thoughts on the Tumbler, Bruce simply asks if it came in black, confirming that he wanted it. When Rachel Dawes needed saving at Arkham Asylum, Batman enlisted the help of James Gordon, who carried her to where he met with Batman.
Gordon said he'd get his car, but Batman said he brought his, to Gordon's brief bewilderment. Upon seeing Batman's car, Gordon said "I've got to get me one of those." A car chase ensued through the streets of Gotham, where the Batmobile tries to elude police cars, until Batman was able to escape with Rachel to the Batcave where he administered the antidote to Rachel. As the "Narrows" section of Gotham City is covered in fear toxin, Batman arrives in the Batmobile to aid the police, who are engaged in battle with psychotic criminals set free from Arkham Asylum by the League of Shadows. Before saving Rachel and confronting Ra's al Ghul, Batman leaves Gordon in control of the Batmobile to stop the elevated train that is being used to transport the vaporizer to the city's central water hub at Wayne Tower. Batman battles Ra's, then escapes just as Gordon topples the elevated line using the Batmobile's missiles, leaving Ra's to crash with the train to the ground. "That's more like it..."
Several months later Batman parked the Tumbler, newly christened the "Batmobile", in a parking garage, where he remotely controlled it to fire at some cars to intimidate the Scarecrow and a Russian mob before the Dark Knight himself appeared on the scene. Despite failing to stop the Russian mob from escaping, he successfully caught the Scarecrow and a group of Batman impersonators. Wayne Enterprises accountant Coleman Reese confronted Lucius Fox about his designs of the Tumbler, remarking how it was of his design and asking sardonically if Fox never noticed it tearing up the streets on the news. Harvey Dent was being escorted across the city when the convoy was attacked by The Joker and his thugs, who disabled all of the police vehicles except for the armored car carrying Dent. Batman entered the fray with his Batmobile, and rammed a garbage truck driven by one of the Joker's thugs via head-on collision. Batman then ran the Batmobile full-speed between the Joker's truck and the armored car, receiving the brunt of an RPG fired by the Joker.
After the Batmobile flipped violently on the side of the road, Batman engaged its escape mechanism, converting the Batmobile's left and right front tires into the Batpod before the rest of the vehicle self-destructed. When Bane and his soldiers detonate underneath Wayne Enterprises to gain access to the Applied Sciences Division, they make off with three Tumbler models left in storage. The Tumblers that Bane acquires are present in their original camouflaged colour scheme and not in black, and also make use of armament not originally seen on the original prototype, including a retractable dual-barreled cannon and a multiple-tube missile launcher, both mounted on the vehicle's back. Whether these weapons were absent on the first prototype or merely not used is unclear. The stolen Tumblers are later used to great effect in suppressing and intimidating the citizens and police officers of Gotham City into inaction. One of the mounted cannons of a Tumbler is used by Bane to destroy the entrance to Blackgate Penitentiary, allowing the criminals to escape.