Two Lego fans have created a truly epic monument to Batman - a Batcave built from 20,000 Lego pieces.
The sculpture weighs more than 100 pounds. Building it took three months, and more than 400 hours.
It was created by Wayne Hussey and Carlyle Livingston, former professional special effects modellers.
Batman and his butler Albert can be seen centre stage, and there are also various Bat-vehicles, complete with Lego Power Functions Motors.
The building process - and detail shots - can be seen on their Flickr page.
The design was influenced by the classic Sixties Batman TV series, but some of the inspiration came from the creators themselves, including Batman's new Batcopter.
'We estimate over 20,000 pieces but it's probably much more. We have no idea how much it cost in LEGO and other materials,' say the Cave's creators.
'The entire roof lifts off and then the rest splits into three sections for ease of transport.'
The model has been shown off at Lego exhibitions, and is built entirely from conventional Lego pieces, bar some of the lighting.