Citizen Brick LEGO Breaking Bad Meth Lab Playset

Given Walter White’s development, AMC’s hit drama should be rather called Breaking Evil. Even so, it’s sad that it will all end soon, so don’t be surprised if all sorts of toys will start popping out in the near future.

This LEGO Breaking Bad Superlab playset is only one of the toys built around the popular TV series. More than that, its role is the same: to make the separation hurt less.

One of the best things about this playset is that it can be seen as a whole, if people should desire so, or they can break it apart in 3 different rooms. Among the 500+ parts, I’m sure that people will distinguish the three exclusive minifigs: Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and Gustavo ‘Gus’ Fring.

Also among the amalgam of bricks is the camera that Gus ordered to be installed in the superlab after Walt blasted two men that worked for the drug lord into oblivion. The nice details also include the barrels of methylamine, the methamphetamine precursor that Jesse could only identify if the barrels containing it had a bee on them. If you decide to split the playset in three, you could place Gus on the foot bridge, Walt in the main room of the lab and Jesse in the last room, carrying the barrels. In one of the images, it is Walt who carries the methylamine barrel, but he only did so when Gus took Jesse for a ride to Mexico.

The description on the Citizen Brick shop is rather simple: “Bummed out that your favorite show is going off the air? Well soothe yourself with the Citizen Brick Superlab Playset. Who knows what fun you’ll cook up with this deluxe set, chock full of realistic details, and three exclusive minifigs! Over 500 parts!”

LEGO enthusiasts can buy the playset from Citizen Brick for $250. The store claims that the set is so awesome that the demand will exceed any and all the expectations. Because of this fact, it will take 2 to 3 weeks after placing the order till the sets get shipped. Still, by ordering it now you make sure that you have the Breaking Bad superlab playset in your hands before the show’s finale. All these colorful bricks will certainly put a huge smile on the mouths of Breaking Bad fans who also happen to be into LEGO.

If you liked this post, please check the other version of the Breaking Bad’s meth lab recreated in LEGO and the fake Breaking Bad LEGO video game.

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