I made some creative adjustments to my Batman minifigure that I got in a Mighty Micros set.
Like the Flash.
And like Robin.
My joy out of these sets wasn't the Instructions.
But the Vision I had of "Something More" from them.
And I got them. All three. So happy to be a Geek.
And for "Why"?
The Batman of Zur-En-Arrh is something eye-catching.
And I appreciate the Modern Spin.
While forcibly injected with Weapons-Grade Heroin and set to the streets of Gotham, Batman enables a "Backup Personality"...just in case Bruce Wayne just happens to "shatter" psychologically.
This #LEGO Mighty Micro I'm giving the #Batman figure a paint job to make a Zurr-En-Ar suit display for the Bat Cave pic.twitter.com/X1jdvQHJfr— Eric ^_~ O'Sullivan (@revsully) April 29, 2016
Get Crafty!#LEGO #Batman of Zur-En-Arr Display for Batcave, Phase 1.— Eric ^_~ O'Sullivan (@revsully) April 30, 2016
Purple sharpie on cowl & cape when glue dries. pic.twitter.com/bfEcAibAo8
Get Crafty!#LEGO #Batman of Zur-En-Arr, Phase 1 Complete!— Eric ^_~ O'Sullivan (@revsully) April 30, 2016
I bet I tinker with it later yet this was my vision ^_^ pic.twitter.com/nEQnW6GfIC
I plan on either side of Bat-Poles as a reminder, "what happens when we strike out alone, Chum."#Batman#LEGO— Eric ^_~ O'Sullivan (@revsully) April 30, 2016