Today at LEGO CON, the LEGO Group’s Live-Streamed product showcase, we got our first official look at the Sanctum Sanctorum. This set fits a modular corner block, and contains lots of dynamic action.
Designer Justin Ramsden presented the set during the event – the building is confirmed to fit the modular standard, with the full four walls and portals that can be swapped in and out.
Aimed at audiences 18 years and older, it will release on the 1st of August, have 2708 pieces, and will cost 249.99EUR /249.99 USD/
349.99 379.99 AUD/ 214.99 GBP/279.99 CAD
Spoilers for Doctor Strange and the Multitude of Madness are present in the Minifigure selection…
Read on for this, as well as enlarged detail from the back of box images.
Minifigures were not specifically listed in the press materials we were given initially, but by transforming the box image, we can see nine figures: Ebony Maw, Iron Man, Spiderman, Wong, The Scarlet Witch, Sinister Strange, Dead Strange!
This 2,708-piece recreation of the Sanctum Sanctorum, the notorious residence of Doctor Strange, incorporates classic scenes from Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The top story houses the museum of mystical collections, the middle section contains the library and at ground-level there are familiar features both inside and out.
This looks like a fantastic addition to any modular city occupied by super heroes, but will, I suspect be dwarfed by last year’s Daily Bugle!
Is this set for you? I’d love to hear your comments. In the mean time, check out our another LEGO CON Reveals, and until next time,
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