This review of 70910 Scarecrow Special Delivery will wrap up my portion of the LEGO Batman Movie sets… at least until the next wave comes out and Ace and I start a fight to the death to decide who gets to review the Batwing. Still, he’s on the hook for the Scuttler (which I own and like) and Clayface (which I haven’t bought yet and think looks ugly). I’ve actually owned this set since it first showed up, but thanks to [email protected]’s information once you order a product being just horrible, combined with FedEx apparently not knowing how to handle a package, it was delayed from showing up when I took pictures of the rest of the sets.
I can confirm that a portion of this does existing in the movie, though if you blinked at any point during the opening sequence, you likely missed it. I’m a sucker for food trucks, though, so it was something I knew I wanted. We’re also without a proper Scarecrow figure in really any form until the summer wave hits, and I’m not that big of a fan of the one that comes in the Harvest set (another in the near future review).
This 204 piece, $19.99 set is a Walmart exclusive in the US., and I think that they agree with my general sentiment on all of the cheaper LEGO Movie Batman sets that it’s too expensive, since it’s been on price cut to $16.82 since it first arrived in stores (still full price on [email protected] if you order that way or don’t have access to a Walmart – shipping and handling pushes it back up over the SRP if you don’t add on other stuff). Still, little sets are always nice, and who doesn’t love some pizza?
Also, some mild spoilers in this if you haven’t seen the movie yet, but if you haven’t seen it, you should probably just go see it right now.