Lego Peter Parker is soon to speak to the editor of his demanding newspaper. Lego’s new and much longer The Daily Bugle Set will send you J.J. Jonah puts Jameson in control of Spider-Man’s fight with iconic Marvel villains such as the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus, along with his anger.
The 3,772-piece high-rise kit reaches nearly 33 inches (82 centimeters) in height, making it the longest Lego Marvel set ever. Lego recommends complex sets for builders 18 and over.
As painstakingly detailed, The daily bugle is full of trivia for hard-core fans. The set comes with 25 minifigures, including Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen, Mysterio, Punisher, Daredevil, and even Spider-Ham, the porcine version of Spider-Man.
The modular, four-story bungalow building houses the ground floor entrance (which can be made to look like an explosion), the newsroom (with donuts), a green goblin-attack set piece and the offices of Betty Brent and Jameson on the top floor Are included. Runs downstairs to escape the fire and a water tower and large “The Daily Bugle” sign up on the roof.
“One of my favorite elements is the green goblin flying inside the building through the window,” designer Mark John Stafford said in a Lego statement on Sunday. “Being able to design a moment of frozen action like this in a Lego set has always been a dream and I finally had to fulfill it.”
The sheer number of minifigs combined with the building’s elaborate design means that you can create all kinds of storylines from Toby Maguire to animated, from comics or various movie versions.
The Daily Bugle will be offered to Lego VIPs on 26 May and to the general public on 1 June for $ 300 (£ 275 AU $ 386).
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