Lego is raising the stakes when it comes to having the ultimate in collector's items and hot toys this Fall with the planned October release of their newest builder set—a Batwing representative of the 1989 “Batman” movie.

According to a press release, the set called the Lego DC Batman 1989 Batwing, consists of 2,363 pieces and can mount to a wall after collectors finish building it. It follows the same design that was featured for the Batplane in the Tim-Burton directed film and features a full interior, removable canopy, posable aerodynamic flaps, a screen featuring Joker’s gas balloons and a “Bat Engine” label. When fully constructed, it will measure over 4” high, 20” long and 22” wide. It is meant to be a companion piece to the previously released Lego DC Batman 1989 Batmobile.

It will be available beginning on Oct. 21 for Lego VIP Members and Nov. 1 for general sale, but a price point has not been revealed. The set is sure to be one that wows collectors, with Lego promising that the new set will be a bright spot.

“A complex and rewarding build, the Lego 189 Batwing construction set allows builders to relax as they escape from the real world and enter the Batman universe,” the release states.

Adult constructor sets have grown in popularity for LEGO, with new sets selling out shortly after their releases in the past, including the Grand Piano set in August, which consisted of 3,662 pieces and features 25 keys which actually played music. That set retailed for $349.99 and sold out quickly. It was also released on the same day as the $229.99 Lego Super Mario NES set.

Both of those sets remain out of stock on the Lego website.

A Lego logo is pictured during the annual New York Toy Fair, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on February 16, 2019 in New York City. JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images