The people of Great Britain call this monstrosity the 'London Eye'. But no. It's not. As in actual fact,
this circular contraption is none other than Brother Eye's second cousin on his mothers side.
When I get back to Gotham I think I'll redesign the Batmobile to look like one of these London Cabs.
That way I'll be able to drive on the left hand side of the road without getting into trouble.
Luckily I never lived in London after my parents died. If I did, I may have been called 'Pigeon Man'!
Either London is a beautiful city, my vision is getting blurry and I need an eye test
or I've just taken a heap load of drugs? Hmmm?
After visiting the Queen I've realized I need to use more moisturizer.
Quickly, Robin, RUN! I hear that London Bridge is falling down, falling down,
and it's all to do with My Fair Lady.
Hmmm? I wonder if Clark still uses one of these things to get changed in?
Lois Lane has taken my picture. Peter Parker has taken my picture. And now you, Robin, are
doing exactly the same thing. The only difference is that this time I'm wearing all of my clothes.
Is that scary old lady still looking at
me? If so, then she must be the Joker.
Stand back, Robin, for I have been known to
break-wind after eating steak and kidney pie.
Alfred once told me he made love inside
Big Ben. Or then again, did he say, to?
Now who's this cretin taking a picture of me?
He looks a bit like Tony Blair.
I'd like to thank ‘Legography’ photographer, Andrew Whyte, for taking these photos and allowing me to share them on my site. Andrew, 41, and hailing from Portsmouth, was made famous for his series of LEGO tourist shots, and has recently partnered-up with The LEGO Batman Movie to capture a Bat’s Eye View of London.