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Batman: Trouble at Pier 34 . . Two-Face, the Penguin and they're goons have raided nearby warehouses and cargo ships and are now making off with they're valuables aboard a hijacked cargo ship at pier 34. This is a diorama of Gotham City with the dock and cargo ship being the center point. Along the dock from left to right is a cargo crane, a warehouse, and a shipping firm. In the background from left to right is Gotham City Bank (which was just robbed by the Riddler), the Gotham express train, and a small parts shop with an apartment complex on top. In between the bank and the shop is a background city scape with the bat signal high in the sky. This was going to be my last project of the summer but wound up taking over a month longer to complete. During the building phase I watched every episode from the Batman animated series almost 3 times, plus I watched all four of the 1990's batman movies. I've been a regular bat-freak for well over a month! So please leave a comment and let me know what you think!


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