The #76178 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Daily Bugle set is now available for LEGO VIP members at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop. If you would like detailed information on this set, check out the press-release: LEGO Spider-Man Daily Bugle Set Coming! Besides the Daily Bugle, there are other LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets coming later this summer that we will discuss below. Go through the list and let me know what you think!
#76186 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Black Panther Dragon Flyer – Young superheroes can recreate the high-flying battle action from Avengers: Endgame with the LEGO version of the Black Panther Dragon Flyer – one of Marvel movies’ most iconic aircraft. The futuristic Wakandan flyer includes 4 adjustable wings – which move forward, backward, up, and down – 2 stud shooters, and an opening cockpit in which a minifigure can be seated at the controls. The set comes with Black Panther, his sister Shuri (I love this minifig!), and an evil Chitauri warrior armed with a power blaster. The Dragon Flyer measures over 1.5 in. (4 cm) high, 8.5 in. (22 cm) long, and 11 in. (28 cm) wide and integrates easily with other LEGO Marvel building kits. 202 pieces, price $19.99. Available on August 1st at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
#76189 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Captain America and Hydra Face-Off – Created with young builders in mind, LEGO 4+ sets are packed with engaging details. Inside the box, each bag of bricks contains a complete model and character that kids can build quickly to get the play started fast! The set includes a partly constructed motorcycle to help kids begin construction, and a fun, visual guide provides intuitive building instructions. Includes Captain America and a Hydra agent, plus a buildable motorcycle and a disc-shooter with a detachable blaster. The motorcycle measures over 1.5 in. (4 cm) high, 4.5 in. (11 cm) long, and 1.5 in. (4 cm) wide. 49 pieces, price $9.99. Available on August 1st at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
#76190 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man – Iron Monger Mayhem – Based on classic scenes from the first Marvel Studios’ Iron Man movie, this exciting and engrossing construction toy launches kids’ imaginations into epic adventures with one of Marvel’s most iconic creations – the Iron Monger mech. The mech’s arc reactor glows as kids twist, turn, and adjust the mech’s position to fire a 6-stud shooter on the right arm and a 3-stud shooter on the left arm. Kids can retaliate using Iron Man’s power blasters to rescue Pepper and defeat the mechanical monster. Includes Iron Man, Obadiah Stane, and Pepper Potts. The Iron Monger mech stands over 7 in. (18 cm) tall and features posable limbs and a working suspension that connects the body and shoulders to create realistic movement. 479 pieces, price $39.99. Available on August 1st at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
#76191 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Infinity Gauntlet – With movable fingers, vibrantly colored Infinity Stones, and a descriptive tablet attached to a sturdy base, this golden gauntlet provides an engrossing construction challenge and a finished model that will captivate all who see it. This 590-piece model allows adult Marvel fans to immerse themselves in creative construction and recreate one of comic-book culture’s most recognizable, and most devastating weapons. Measuring over 12.5 in. (31 cm) high, 5 in. (13 cm) wide, and 4 in. (11 cm) deep, this fascinating model provides an attractive conversation piece, whether displayed in your home or workplace. 590 pieces, price $69.99. Already available for pre-order at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
#76192 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers Endgame Final Battle – Kids join an impressive cast of LEGO Marvel characters – Thor, Captain America, Black Panther, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man, Thanos, and a Chitauri warrior – for endless superhero adventures at the Avengers compound. The set is packed with features to inspire imaginative play: Iron Man’s lab where he is constructing the awesome Nano Gauntlet, a leisure and meeting area where superheroes can convene, a prison cell, and a truck that opens to reveal a time-traveling machine. This versatile playset measures over 6 in. (16 cm) high, 12 in. (37 cm) wide, and 4.5 in. (12 cm) deep and integrates easily with other LEGO Marvel building kits. 527 pieces, price $69.99. Available on August 1st at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
#76193 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes The Guardians’ Ship – Fans can recreate the authentic detail and awesome style of one of the most iconic spaceships from the Marvel Avengers movies. The opening cockpit has room for all the iconic LEGO Marvel minifigures included in the set: Star-Lord, Groot, Rocket, Mantis, Thor, and a Chitauri warrior. Fun features include a weapon store, computer, and a place for the heroes to snack on coffee and donuts. A rotatable stand allows the spaceship to be positioned for dynamic display and endless imaginative adventures. And, when the action stops, it looks super cool on display in any kid’s room. The ship (including stand) measures over 9 in. (25 cm) high, 14 in. (36 cm) long, and 23 in. (59 cm) wide, and stands securely on a sturdy, rotatable base. 1,901 pieces, price $149.99. Available on August 1st at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.
Please note that although these sets won’t be available until August, they are already listed at the Online LEGO Shop, so you can put them on your wanted list, and the Infinity Gauntlet is available for pre-order. What do you think? How do you like the upcoming LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets? Are you planning to get any of them? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!
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The Daily Bugle set is really cool,but I just don’t have the room for it nor the money. It’s a little upsetting the fact that Daredevil the Punisher and Blade are in the set. I’m hoping they’ll be in smaller sets later on. I’m not too upset about it, considering I have one of the most rarest probably hard to find characters which is Deadpool. Which I think was a mistake by lego considering how violent he is. ( so was The Punisher and Blade go figure.) I’m looking forward to the other sets and may pick them up. Oh, let’s not forget Wolverine.( I have him too).
Well, I guess Daredevil and perhaps even Blade might be ‘possible’ albeit not ‘plausible’, but for Punisher, I wouldn’t hold my breath. He’s a kind of character that’s too far from Lego’s core values to be justified for a smaller, widely released set, And unlike some other quite nasty characters that’s appeared in superhero sets, I don’t think he ever has appeared in more kiddie-based fare.
Wolverine, yeah. I should have one or two myself.
Sigh, there are still so many of the core X-Men missing in Lego form…
You jumped the gun by a few hours. The Daily Bugle ain’t available until “tomorrow.”
Yeah, sorry about that. This article was actually scheduled for the 26th. You guys are welcome to continue chatting about the sets, if you like. 🙂
I just got an e-mail stating in Swedish that the Bugle was “On discount 26/5”, Sigh, maybe Lego could hire some more proofreaders for their web translations…
I guess I’ll buy the Daily Bugle eventually, even if I’d wait for some 2xVIP points drive. Many interesting June releases I’m pondering…
Since I have so many old Light Gray baseplates, I wonder how the set would look on a Light Gray baseplate with a Dark Gray building. (The rail tracks are only available in Light Gray and Dark Gray (including Bluish variants) and Bright Blue, and although I have a bunch of old Blue tracks lying around, I think a blue Daily Buigle would look hideous….)
But considering the cash I’d have to fork out just for the original set, that might be later modification plans…
I made a comment earlier so what happened to it?
Occasionally the spam filter reacts to certain words or links, and you’d have to wait for Admin to check and approve it.
If you’re unlucky, I guess you could have posted it while the connection was down or some other technical error, so it got lost…
I had it approved. Fortunately, comments rarely get lost, but it may take me a little bit to approve them if I’m not home. We have an enthusiastic spammer on our hand today, so the filter was probably over-reacting a bit. 😀
Thank you. This text stuff can be really complicated sometimes. There are so many cool Lego sets coming out this summer. I think I’m focusing on the city Safari rescue sets and the Ninjago theme. So, I’m wondering if the next ninjago theme will take place in space. I mean where else can they go. LOL!
As an old spacer, I approve!
I like the Iron Man, it’s a good starter for mechs. I find the Daily Bugle a little boring, but it seems accurate compared to the comics version.
I was thinking the same thing. I love building mechs! I’m planning to pick this up.
Apparently the mech is about 2-3 times larger than the original it’s based on. I guess the size makes it easier to create details and flexibility in posing, but Marvel sticklers have complained about the compromising of accuracy.
They should have made the gauntlet vearable. It’s a missed opportunity. 😀
Haha! Yeah, that would have been great! I love all the gold and the size may be correct too for puny human hands. Maybe someone can convert it.
The problem with wearable Lego, is both that it’s so heavy and fragile, and so difficult to make bespoke…