There are two LEGO sets available with Double VIP Points this month, and interestingly they are both brand new releases. The two sets are the #76157 LEGO DC Super Heroes Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah, and the #75551 LEGO Brick-built Minions and Their Lair.
The #76157 LEGO DC Super Heroes Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah set is related to the Wonder Woman 1984 movie that is scheduled for release mid-August of this year. As the film is not out yet we don’t know all the details, but the set description does explain that there is an epic battle between Wonder Woman and her archenemy, Cheetah, near a massive transmitter tower.
“This action-packed play-set gives kids double the fun. Down below in the bunker, Max tries to enter the tower, while overhead the transmitter panels rotate. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman and Cheetah confront each other. With super-cool features and so many possibilities for play, young super heroes will experience endless imaginative fun.”
The bunker is fairly basic, with a door on one side and an open area at the back for play. The transmitter at the top looks awesome with all those printed golden clip-on squares! My guess is that space fans and sci-fi fans are going to really love those pieces! The set comes with 371 pieces, and the price is $39.99, which is pretty decent. In the video below, you can see the set in more detail, and if you want to check it out, it’s available at the LEGO DC Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The #75551 LEGO Brick-built Minions and Their Lair is the second set with Double VIP Points this month. Inspired by the Minions: The Rise of Gru movie (scheduled for release in early July), the set includes a brick-built version of Kevin and Stuart. The back of each figure opens up to find a whole playroom inside. Oh, and Kevin can be rebuilt into Bob. There are also three regular minifigs included as well.
Kevin is over 5” (15cm) tall, Stuart is 5” (14cm) tall, and Bob is 4” (12cm) tall, making them ideal for play and display. The set comes with 876 pieces, and the price is $49.99, which is an unusually good price/piece ratio. You can watch the video-review below for further details, and find the set at the LEGO Minions section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? Are you planning to get either of these sets this month? Or do you have them already? Feel free to share your thoughts and own reviews in the comment section below!
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