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How to build your own Lego multiverse figure

In this guide we’re going to show you how to build a multiverse Lego figure using figures from various DC Comics characters.

In this case, it’s Batman and Robin.

The figures we’re building are from a series of six figures from DC Comics, each one of which features a character who’s either a DC Universe figure or is part of a multispecies storyline.

You can find the entire collection here: Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Dark Knight Returns, The Flash: Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman: The Woman in Red, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Batman Beyond, and Batman Beyond 2.

You’ll need to download the LEGO Creator to use the figures, and we’re providing a PDF download of this guide for that purpose.

The first step in building your figure is to create a Lego model.

This is the first step you’ll need for building a multibody Lego figure.

The first step is to add your Lego figure to the Multiverse.

To add your LEGO model to the multiverse, first open the Multiversity Builder and choose Create New Multiverse .

You’ll then be presented with a window that looks like this:This window allows you to select a new multiverse.

Once selected, click Next to begin building your Multiverse figure.

When you’re done building your multiverse model, click Finish to save your Multiversity model.

Now that your multibodies is complete, you can select the model you want to use to create your multispectrum figure.

You don’t have to select all of the Multiverses models; you can choose any of them.

You can now add your Multiversity to the LEGO Maker, and click Build.

You will now see your Multispectral figure in the LEGO multiverse builder.

If you want a separate Multiverse model that contains more than one of your Multiveses models, you’ll want to change the number of models in the Multiusers model section.

To change the Multiversal model, choose Modify Multiverse Model .

The Multiverse builder will now display the Multispecs Multiverse version number.

The Multiversities model number is then changed from Multiverse to Multiverse and you can build a new Multiverse for that model.