These 2 life-size superheroes made out of Legos took over 100 hours to make

Batman and Superman may have faced off against each other this year, but the real superhero (or should we say villainness) of 2016 is Harley Quinn.

Now, she’s making the leap from the DC universe to the LEGO universe.

Inspired by DC Comics’ DC Super Hero Girls franchise, the series includes teen versions of female comic book favourites including Wonder Woman, Batgirl, and Poison Ivy. To celebrate, the company created life-size models of both Harley Quinn, who made a splash in “Suicide Squad,” and Supergirl, who has her own show on The CW, made entirely out of the famous toy bricks.

Harley Quinn stands 5’3″ tall, weighs 63 lbs and is made up of 12,789 bricks:

Supergirl, meanwhile, is 5’5″ tall, weighs 70 lbs. She’s made up of 14,210 Lego bricks.

Building LEGO creations for living must be a dream, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy job. Harley and Supergirl took 120 hours and 130 hours to bring to life, respectively.

If the pictures aren’t enough for you, you’ll be able to check out the life-size models in person at New York Comic Con at the LEGO booth in Hall 3B at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from October 6-9.

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