It’s the 60th anniversary of the first time that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes assembled in the debut issue of the Avengers Comic. Today, the LEGO Group have revealed its biggest Marvel set to date – the 5201 piece Avengers tower. Measuring 90 cm tall, this set also boasts 31 minfigures, includng Marvel Studio’s boss, Kevin Feige.
The set will go on sale to coincide with the Black Friday sales on 24th November, and will cost $USD499.99 / £429.99/ €499.99/ 759.99 AUD/4299 CNY/199990 HUF/669.99 CAD. Read on for more details, including the complete minfigure roster
The set represents the tallest LEGO Skyscraper ever released as a set, while there are details present from throughout Phases I and II of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This 5,201-piece set stands as the tallest LEGO brick-built skyscraper ever made. It also includes 31 LEGO figures, the most ever included in one LEGO set, including all the iconic characters from Infinity Saga, as well as a Leviathan, the Quinjet and two Chitauri flyers, plus an exclusive LEGO minifigure of Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. The Tower build also includes authentic action on every floor and, standing more than 35.5 in. (90 cm) tall, the model is filled to the roof with memorable scenes and an all-star cast of characters.
I admire the sheer engineering that goes into making a model this tall, and appreciate the ability to have seperate stories happening on each floor.
Get ready to assemble your team, defend the universe, and let your imagination soar to new heights with the LEGO Marvel Avengers Tower set available from 24th November 2023 in LEGO Stores and www.LEGO.com/Avengers-Tower priced at $499.99/€499.99/£429.99. In addition, from 24-27th November LEGO Insiders members will receive a free LEGO Marvel Taxi set which includes an iconic New York yellow taxi and four minifigures including Black Panther, a taxi driver and two outriders when they purchase the LEGO Marvel Avengers Tower.
Now, this is a certainly a fantastic looking model, and has an amazing collection of minifigures. I was wondering if there would be the temptation to include a minifigure of the late, great Stan Lee. Its probably fitting that Kevin Feige, who has been the supremo at Marvel Studios since its inception, gets his first minifigure with this set, given its solid roots in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
I’d love to know what you think of this set: it is certainly going to take a bit of patience to get the model together, and even longer to set the figures up. But does it appeal to you? leave your comments below.
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