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Batman, real name Bruce Wayne, is a major character in The Lego Movie series. Throughout his theatrical lifetime, he has served as one of the two tritagonists (the other one being Vitruvius) in The LEGO Movie, the main protagonist in The LEGO Batman Movie, and a supporting character in The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part.


Just like most versions of Batman, Bruce Wayne lost his parents when he was really young, which made him develop fear of being part of a family again. Years later, he started fighting crime as "Batman". In The LEGO Movie universe, he was fighting crime for at least 51 years at the time The LEGO Batman Movie came out, as Alfred remembers him going through "weird phase" in 1966. He ended up with many villains to fight over the years.

Batman is Wildstyle's ex-boyfriend, and he fought alongside her, her current boyfriend and his friend Emmet Brickowski, and his fellow Master Builders and the citizens of Bricksburg against Lord Business's forces.

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Batman is often seen at the surface level, criticized for his lack of care for other's well-being. After the death of his biological parents, Bruce himself had grown far apart from others and strived to protect himself from losing any loved ones again, leaving him very lonely as a result. Especially before his change in The LEGO Batman Movie, he attempted to cover his insecurities with snarky humor or childish disobedience (much to the dismay of Alfred). After days of action and excitement, while the whole city would celebrate Batman's heroic actions, he found that hiding within the depths of his manor would ease his mind away from the stress of risking those he loved.

He finds his truest form of companionship when he meets Queen Watevra Wa-Nabi, whom he was arranged to marry to reunite his world with her's in peace. He wasn't interested at first, but his ego gets the better of him when she sings about preferring Superman. Afterwards, he proposes to her to prove that he's better. Despite a non-altruistic start, he comes to feel a connection with her when he hears how she was also lonely living in a palace with only a fussy British servant and nobody to relate to her. With her influence, he becomes a more cheerful person and happily marries her in the end, successfully uniting their worlds.


Unlike most LEGO figurines, Batman has human-like white skin and some wrinkles. He has short black hair and is depicted as muscular.

As BatmanEdit

Batman wears black latex suit with black and yellow bat logo on his chest, yellow utility belt black cape and black cowl with two long, pointy ears. In The LEGO Movie, his eyes are just white, but in The LEGO Batman Movie, they glow and have slight blue shade in them, which carries over into LEGO Movie 2.

As Bruce WayneEdit

In The LEGO Movie, his hair are fully groomed and he wears grayish-blue suit, grayish-blue vest, white shirt and green tie.

In The LEGO Batman Movie, his hair is mostly messy (mostly due to him being shown right after his takes off his cowl), and he wears white tuxedo and black bow-tie.


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