Are you a big Marvel Super Heroes fan that have felt let down by the meagre offerings of mechs and random smattering of playsets released so far?
Update (15/5): Added more hi-res photos!
Update (1/8): The LEGO Marvel sets will be released in the USA on 1 August 2021, and will be available via LEGO.com
- 76200 Bro Thor’s New Asgard – US$29.99 / AU$49.99 / £27.99
- 76201 Captain Carter and the Hydra Stomper – US$29.99 / AU$49.99 / £27.99
- 76194 Tony Stark’s Sakaarian Iron Man – US$34.99 / AU$49.99 / £29.99
- 76193 The Guardians’ Ship – US$149.99 / AU$229.99 / £134.99
- 76192 Avengers: Endgame Final Battle – US$69.99 / AU$149.99 / £79.99
- 76191 Infinity Gauntlet – US$69.99 / AU$109.99 / £59.99
- 76190 Iron Man: Iron Monger Mayhem – US$39.99 / AU$69.99 / £34.99
- 76186 Black Panther Dragon Flyer – US$19.99 / AU$32.99 / £17.99
- 76189 Captain America and Hydra Face-Off – US$9.99 / AU$17.99 / £8.99
LEGO and Marvel have firmly put us in Endgame territory with a massive drop of Infinity Saga sets that depict some of the most pivotal moments and characters from Marvel’s The Infinity Saga – stretching from Iron Man to Avengers Endgame.
Thanks to Jedi News, we now have a complete look at the sets which were found to be sold in the UK.
These are due to be launched on 1 June 2021, and 1 August in the United States and Canada, so keep an eye out for them to be released in just a few weeks!
In case you missed it, here’s all the other Summer 2021 LEGO sets revealed so far:
- Creator 3-in-1 Medieval Castle
- Creator 3-in-1 Ferris Wheel & Space Shuttle
- LEGO City Safari
- Ninjago Seabound (Season 15) & Legacy
- LEGO Mickey & Friends
- Vidiyo Wave 2 Minifigures
- Vidiyo Wave 2
LEGO 76192 Avengers Endgame Final Battle – 527 pieces
Minifigures: Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Ant-Man, Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, Thanos, Chitauri
Love this one, which features the Avengers chilling in their office, and for the awesome lineup of minifigures, including the Big 3 and most importantly, a bald Thanos with an upsized minifigure head.
I don’t know why, but the shot of him being failed in Avengers HQ is so hilarious and I love that the designers took some artistic liberties here.
LEGO 76191 Infinity Gauntlet – 590 pieces
Tired of the endless barrage of Helmets and Busts? Well maybe LEGO can interest you in a shiny Infinity Gauntlet that can be put on display.
I think this looks awesome, not just because of the drum-lacquered gold elements, but because it looks great, and I love that you can also pose it in a “snap”.
It will take absolutely no time for someone to pose this with a middle finger.
LEGO 76190 Iron Man Iron Monger Mayhem
Minifigures: Iron Man, Obadiah Stane, Pepper Potts
Here’s a throwback straight to Iron Man 1, which kickstarted Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. We get Obadiah Stane for the first time and a great looking Iron Monger Mech which has been a longtime coming!
LEGO 76193 The Guardian’s Ship (Benatar)
Minifigures: Star-Lord, Groot, Rocket, Mantis, Thor and Chitauri warrior
Hidden in the instruction manuals was also a reference to 76193 The Benatar, which will be the 4th iteration of the Guardians of the Galaxy’s new orange ship – The Benatar.
The Benatar last made an appearance in 2018 in 76107 Thanos Ultimate Battle.
The Benatar and its predecessor The Milano are one of my favourite LEGO ships, so I can’t wait to get my hands on this one. It looks really sleek and you can immediately see the design improvements made.
LEGO 76186 Black Panther Dragon Flyer – 202 pieces
Minifigures: Black Panther, Shuri, Chitauri
This set pays homage to Black Panther and the Wakandan’s Dragon Flyers, which were high-tech vibranium-powered jets which were inspired by dragonflies.
It features an all-new Shuri which looks fantastic.
LEGO 76189 Captain America and Hydra Face-Off
Last but not least, one for the kiddies – a 4+ Juniors Captain America set featuring an easy-to-build Avengers motorcycle and a Hydra Soldier for Cap to beat up.
It’s amazing to see Marvel and LEGO flex their muscles in the second half of 2021, and I can’t wait to get my hands on these sets. If the rumour-mill can be believed… this isn’t all that’s coming our way, to be sure to keep following the blog to see what else LEGO and Marvel have up their sleeves..
What do you think of Marvel’s Infinity Saga sets? Which ones are you most looking forward to and why is it the Infinity Gauntlet?