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LEGO Marvel Avengers: Endgame sets reviews

by admin on April 11, 2019

in LEGO Super Heroes

As we discussed at the beginning of the month, the five new LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Endgame sets related to the upcoming film are now available. This is a fantastic collection with some really great sets, so today we will take a closer look at each. Oh, and I just have to say this right now because I’m so excited; we finally get a Iron Man MK 1 armor! Also, JANGBRiCKS released video-reviews on all of the new sets (watch in the player below), which will help us to see them in detail. So let’s see what we got, and then we can discuss. 🙂

#76123 LEGO CAPTAIN AMERICA: OUTRIDERS ATTACK: This is the smallest of the new Avengers: Endgame sets, and also probably the weakest. It comes with a motorcycle that’s way oversized and toy-ish, which makes it less interesting to serious collectors. The bike does have some cool disk-shooters and lots of the new fire/blast elements – features that can be fun for kids to play with. The four minifigs are Captain America with a new helmet and Avengers team suit print, and three Outriders. The Outriders look great but they are also available in the other sets. The face-print on Captain America is unfortunately not so good, which will be another deterrent to collectors. Customer service is apparently is aware of this problem, so later batches of the set might come with better printing. 167 pieces. Price: $19.99 – BUY HERE

#76124 LEGO WAR MACHINE BUSTER: The War Machine Buster is probably one of the best looking smaller mechs LEGO ever released. The shaping and stocky look is perfect, the durability and posability is great, and the various cannons and missiles work well. The cockpit opens to accommodate a minifig, and there is also an opening storage compartment for extra ammo. The set comes with four minifigs; two Outriders, War Machine, and Ant-Man. The Avengers all have the same team suit, so that’s a little boring (but movie accurate), however Ant-Man comes with a really awesome updated helmet. Great set overall! The War Machine Buster mech measures over 6” (17cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide. 362 pieces. Price: $34.99 – BUY HERE

#76125 LEGO IRON MAN HALL OF ARMOR: For Marvel fans, this is probably the most iconic set LEGO ever released. It includes a modular lab that can be arranged and stacked in many different ways for endless possibilities. Make sure you watch the video-review below to see how cool this is. I have already seen several examples of LEGO fans buying extra copies of the set to create even larger Hall of Armor displays to accommodate all the armor versions LEGO released through the years. The hall also includes a rotating podium with two posable robotic arms for Tony Stark to get suited up as Iron Man. The set comes with four beautifully detailed suits; Iron Man MK 1 (yes, finally!), Iron Man MK 5, Iron Man MK 41, and Iron Man MK 50. The fifth minifig is an Outrider. A Tony Stark minifig head and hairpiece are included as well, so he can wear any of the suits. But wait, that’s not all! There is also a posable brick-built Igor Suit mech featuring an opening minifigure cockpit and posable arms and legs, and a posable robot on wheels. This set is great in every way! Iron Man lab measures over 5” (13cm) high, 13” (35cm) wide and 6” (17cm) deep with modules in standard formation. 524 pieces. Price: $59.99 – BUY HERE

#76126 LEGO AVENGERS ULTIMATE QUINJET: LEGO released a number of Quinjets through the years, and I have to say I really like this one. The jet features an opening minifigure cockpit, stud-shooters, adjustable wings, spinning rotors, opening passenger compartment and an opening rear compartment with a fold-out 6-stud rapid shooter. They way the rapid shooter folds out from the back storage compartment is so satisfying! And this is one of the best features of this set; the way space is used and allocated is really well done. There is plenty of space for minifigs, and plenty of cargo space in ship that’s not that big. There is also a little trike that can fit in the back cargo space. JANG makes fun of the trike, as you will see in the video-review below, but I like it. I think it has a nice shape to it and it’s very LEGO-ish. Overall, this is a great version of the Quinjet; fun play-features, nice shaping, and a lovely color-scheme. The six included minifigs are Black Widow, Hawkeye, Rocket, and Thor all in the same Avengers team suit, and there are also two Chitauri. The Quinjet measures over 4” (12cm) high, 15” (40cm) long and 11” (28cm) wide. 838 pieces, Price: $79.99 – BUY HERE

#76131 LEGO AVENGERS COMPOUND BATTLE: Buildings in LEGO Super Heroes sets is not always the best, but the Avengers headquarters included here turned out really well. It’s a pleasing looking structure that includes a two-story office building on one side and a garage/helipad combo on the other side connected by a little walkway in between. This single set includes everything kids would want in a LEGO product; buildings, vehicles, minifigs, and lots of action and play features. In the meantime, the set also looks good enough for adult collectors as neither the building, nor the vehicles look too toy-ish. The four minifigs included are Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Nebula and a 4-armed Outrider. And there is also an Ant-Man microfigure, and two bigfigs; Hulk and Thanos. This is a good, solid set all by itself, or it could be paired with some of the other sets in the collection. Watch the video review below to see all the action features and play features. Avengers compound measures over 6” (17cm) high, 11” (29cm) wide and 7” (20cm) deep. 699 pieces. Price: $99.99 – BUY HERE

Although we don’t know how good/bad the Avengers: Endgame film is, as it won’t be released until the end of April, the LEGO sets related to the film are really well executed. I also like that while the suits are specific to this film, the sets themselves are generic enough that you can use them with the other story settings. If you have been collection the Iron Man Suits, the #76125 LEGO Iron Man Hall of Armor is a great way to display them and offers plenty of customization options to fit into the space you have. If you want one big playset that also looks good on display, the #76131 LEGO Avengers Compound Battle is an excellent choice. And both the #76124 LEGO War Machine Buster and the #76126 LEGO Avengers Ultimate Quinjet are great additions to the headquarters set, or could be played with and/or displayed separately.

Also, remember that this month LEGO is offering Double VIP Points on both the #76126 LEGO Avengers Ultimate Quinjet, and the #76131 LEGO Avengers Compound Battle. They are currently showing as on backorder due to popularity, but you can still purchase them. There will be just a bit of delay in shipping them out. You can find all of the sets at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Endgame sets? Do you have any of them already? Which one is your favorite? Feel free to share your thoughts and own reviews in the comment section below! 😉

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{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

Tito April 11, 2019 at 10:38 AM

Not bad. Not bad at all. I already have a Quinjet, but I’m very tempted to get this one too. I don’t like the new suits that much, but that’s not lego’s fault.

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kingcobra April 11, 2019 at 10:51 AM

Hulkbuster and Half of Armor for me. Maybe the Quinjet too. If I can afford it. I agree with admin that this is an awesome wave. The only thing I don’t care for is the bike. It’s too big.

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Chris April 11, 2019 at 12:26 PM

They also have a poly bag with Iron Man in the white suit with Dum-E.

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admin April 12, 2019 at 12:46 PM

Yes, there are a couple of polybags, but I didn’t think it was worth adding them here as they are small and not as widely available. People often find unknown polybags in the wild. 😀

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Legostuff14 April 11, 2019 at 12:44 PM

A lot of saving to do . In order for me to get some of the bigger sets , but not bad of a selection. It’s funny how before the Avengers endgame sets came out, people we’re making fun of the Avengers compound set because it looked too much like a City set. I happened to like city sets . So so either way I’m happy. I like the war machine Hulkbuster suit ,the Hall of Armor and Avengers compound Battle Set. However, I have time so I can go and get sets that I’ve been meaning to get but didn’t get a chance to. 🤔

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admin April 12, 2019 at 12:45 PM

I think it’s great that the HQ set looks like a City set. After all the super heroes live in real world environments. I think it would blend it very well. It reminds me of one of the old LEGO City Fire sets. 🙂

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LEGOJeff April 11, 2019 at 3:00 PM

These sets turned out great overall. I already got the Hall of Armor, and I’m thinking of getting a second one to stack on top. If you take out all the gadgets, all the armors released so far should fit.

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hushpuppy April 11, 2019 at 11:15 PM

I think the Igor suit could be improved. I like it, but the legs are too thin, and the position of the head is awkward. Anyone has seen a better version?

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admin April 12, 2019 at 12:43 PM

Gosh, I have seen one just the other day! But I can’t remember where. If I find it I will link it here. 🙂

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admin April 13, 2019 at 5:41 PM
Avengers June 3, 2019 at 7:34 AM

The Avengers Endgame white suits are looking awesome a fabulous design.

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