Lego Batman’s third Lego Movie has been making a big splash in theaters over the last year, but there’s one more piece of its backstory we can’t get enough of: a toy cat toy.
In its third instalment, the film follows Batman as he travels across the city in a Batmobile.
But while the toy is a very cool toy, it’s also the subject of a series of lawsuits.
Last month, a federal judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit against the company in which a number of toy owners claimed they were ripped off by a $10,000 price hike on the toy in 2012.
The suit claimed that the toy cost $60 to make, but that the manufacturer had sold it for $45.
The makers of the Batmobile claimed the toy was $60, so the suit claimed the makers had illegally charged them for the toy.
Lego eventually settled out of court, agreeing to pay $10 million to settle the suit.