LEGO has introduced five new sets to celebrate the imminent arrival of Avengers: Endgame. The sets range in price and piece count, with the most complex featuring nearly 700 pieces, 8 minifigs, and two levels of heroic mayhem. All of these sets are available now.
The most exciting new set features a battle at the Avengers compound, where Thanos and some Outriders try to take down the remaining heroes. This set consists of 699 pieces and features minifigs for Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Hulk, Nebula, and Ant-Man, as well as a big figure for Thanos.
Fly to the rescue
This 838 piece set features six brand new minifigures, including Black Widow, Hawkeye, Rocket, Thor, and two Chitauri. Seeing as Chitauri are involved in this set, could this be when the Avengers go back to the first battle of New York City?
Iron Man history
Play in Iron Man's iconic hall of armor, which includes armor from throughout the hero's journey, including MK 1, MK 5, MK 41, and MK 50. There's even a large version of the Snapperhead armor, which appeared briefly in Iron Man 3. The set features 524 pieces.
War Machine smash
Here's something we haven't seen. This 362 piece set features a Hulkbuster-style suit for War Machine, and it looks absolutely badass. The War Machine Buster set features the 6-stud rapid shooter and the flick missiles. If this shows up in the movie, it'll do some serious damage.
Could this set be another look into the past? We've seen Captain America ride a bike before, notably in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron. But what if this is a look back at Captain America: The First Avengers, when he first became the hero we know and love? This set consists of 167 pieces.
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