The Caped Crusader has been honored by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. The Lego version of him that is.
It's hard to think of many things more fun than a blending of brooding superheroes and Danish construction toys, and apparently, I'm not the only one who thinks so. LEGO Batman, the latest LEGO based offering from developer TT Games, has taken the top honor at this week's Children's BAFTA awards, beating off stiff competition from the likes of Mario Kart and Professor Layton and the Curious Village.
BAFTA has a long history of recognizing child-friendly media, presenting its first such awards in 1969. Jonathan Smith, Head of Production at TT Games, said, "We're absolutely thrilled with this win... It crowns a brilliant year for us."