Last night, Marvel and LEGO revealed 76208 The Goat Boat from the upcoming Thor sequel – Thor Love and Thunder which is set to be released on 8 July 2022!
The 564-piece set, which depicts a classic Viking-inspired longboat, pulled by a pair of brick-built goats, Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder, which are loosely based on Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr from Norse mythology.
See below for regional pricing and links:
- 76208 The Goat Boat [US] – US$49.99
- 76208 The Goat Boat [AUS] – AU$79.99
- 76208 The Goat Boat [UK] – £44.99
- 76208 The Goat Boat [EU] – €49.99
- 76208 The Goat Boat [CA] – CAD$64.99
The set comes with 5 minifigures – Jane Foster as Mighty Thor, Thor, King Valkyrie, Korg, and Gorr the God Butcher, a new villain played by Christian Bale.
The selection is pretty good for a set at this size and price point, as you’re getting nearly all 5 main characters from Thor Love and Thunder! Most people will be excited to see Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor all decked out in a winged helm, and with Mjolnir, but I’m most excited for Korg in a more traditional outfit.
Interestingly, on the box art, we also get our very first look at Jane Foster’s appearance in the movie – she looks incredibly bad-ass and can’t wait to see her re-introduced back into the MCU.
The two legendary goats Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder are brick-built, with printed curved slopes for the face. With so much hype around LEGO Goats (which are worth about $100 a pop now), this seems like a particularly cruel tease from LEGO, but they don’t look half bad, if a little goofy.
The boat design is pretty neat, especially if you’re a fan of Norse/Viking longboats – with some great colours, shields on the side, and an interior that swivels open.
I think the set, while being a little on the pricier side does a great job considering its size, and most importantly, cast of minifigures which instantly gives you all the characters you want from Thor Love and Thunder.
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