Across comics, TV shows, and massive movies, Marvel has infiltrated every facet of geek culture. It’s no surprise, then, that LEGO have been churning out lovely brick-based tributes to the Marvel superhero stable for years. It’s a match made in heaven, really.
A LEGO tie-in range comes out to match each new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, allowing fans to rebuild their favorite scenes and bring those primary-colored big screen heroes into their living rooms. Including many of these movie kits, and a few others, here’s a selection of LEGO Marvel sets you can buy on Amazon right this second:
The Sanctum Sanctorum
This beauty was released around the same time as Doctor Strange, allowing fans to bring home one of the movie’s most iconic locales: The Sanctum Sanctorum itself. You also get LEGO Minifigures of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange, Tilda Swinton’s Ancient One, and Mads Mikkelsen’s Mordo.
It’s a smaller set at just 358 pieces, and it’s very reasonably priced starting at $38.47 at the time of writing. It’s also available for Amazon Prime next day delivery.
Civil War Airport Battle
This Captain America: Civil War set—which recreates the epic airport battle from the Russo brothers’ sensational sophomore Marvel movie—is significantly bigger, weighing in at 807 pieces and boasting six Minifigures. Captain America, The Winter Soldier, Scarlet Witch, Iron Man, War Machine, and Agent 13 are all included, as are small and large Scott Lang figures. All in all, a pretty sweet deal for $95.44.
The Milano Vs The Abilisk
Okay, this one looks particularly gorgeous. This Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 kit lets you piece together Peter Quill’s iconic Milano spaceship and battle it off against the big pink beasty from the trailers. As well as the lovely-looking ship and the tentacled terror, you also get minifigures of Star-Lord, Gamora, Nebula, Drax, and a Baby Groot figure.
The kit consists of 460 pieces, and it’s yours from Amazon (with Prime delivery) for $48.44.
This one is a mountain. 2,996 pieces and 12 microfigures (including Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Captain America) make up this loving recreation of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier from the Avengers movies. It’s 85cm long and 45cm wide, so you’d need to clear a fair area of shelf space to show it off.
Sadly, as it’s an older set and a large one, the price is pretty steep—Amazon has it listed at $319.99 at the time of writing.
Here’s another Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 set. With this one, you get the Ravager Taserface, a very cute Rocket Raccoon, and a Mantis minifigure, as well as a cool little spaceship, a tree, and a cannon. It’s another smaller set, consisted of 197 pieces and priced at $19.37 on Amazon.
Hulkbuster Vs Hulk
Avengers: Age Of Ultron may not have won our hearts quite as much as Joss Whedon’s first superhero team-up movie, but one sequence in particular blew our socks off: The massive showdown between Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk and Robert Downey Jnr’s Iron Man. For just $49.95, you can now recreate that thumping fight scene in the comfort of your own home. The kit’s made up of 248 pieces and comes with a Hulk figure and Minifigures of Iron Man, Scarlet Witch, and Ultron.
Rhino And Sandman Super Villain Team-Up
LEGO also makes Marvel kits that aren’t based on the movies, and some of them are really great. Take this Ultimate Spider-Man set for example, which includes Sandman and Rhino (complete with their villainous paraphernalia), a super-jumping Spidey in his classic costume, and a different version of Spidey in his Iron Spider garb. This 386-piece set is available from third-party sellers starting from $49.99.
Hulk Vs Red Hulk
Why would Hulks need cars? Would they even be able to drive them? And who would build them anyway? These are exactly the sort of questions you could ponder while building this 375-piece “Hulk Vs Red Hulk” set, which is currently available on Amazon for $67.80. What it lacks in logic, it more than makes up for in coolness. It contains big figures of the Hulk and the Red Hulk, and normal-sized Minifigures of She-Hulk and Red She-Hulk.
Captain America Jet Pursuit
This is a brilliantly barmy set, featuring Captain America in a plane with his name on it being attacked Miss Marvel (AKA Kamala Khan, whose minifigure has stretchy arms) and a character named Super-Adaptoid (whose power, in the comics comics, is to mimic other people’s abilities. Hence why he looks like an Iron Man with wings in this set). This baffling box of joy costs just $19.37. It’s made up 160 pieces. As you might have guessed, it’s not linked to any of the movies, as much as we’d love to see this scene on screen.
Escape From Knowhere
For $59.60, you can get Bradley Cooper’s Rocket Raccoon, Vin Diesel’s Groot, and Karen Gillan’s Nebula in this 433 piece “Escape From Knowhere” kit, which came out as part of the Guardians Of The Galaxy range back in 2014. If you got this and one of the Vol. 2 kits, you could have both Groot sizes in your collection. Who wouldn’t want that?
Carnage’s S.H.I.E.L.D. Attack
Look! It’s the fan favorite Spidey villain Carnage (AKA the crazed killer Cletus Kasady crossed with an alien symbiote), now in LEGO form! He’s attacking a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicopter while a black-suited Spider-Man flaps around a bit.
This is a great little set, weighing in at just 97 pieces. It’s yours for $20.65 through Amazon.
Ant-Man Final Battle
With this 183-piece Ant-Man tie-in set you get minifigures of Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man, Michael Douglas’ Hank Pym, and Corey Stoll’s Yellowjacket, as well as giant flying ant with moving wings. On top of that, you also get some cute little LEGO ants, all for $84.50. For extra movie-riffing fun, set it up next to a Thomas The Tank Engine set.
Detroit Steel Strikes
This one is brilliant. Not only have you got Phil Coulson and the flying car, Lola, from Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., but you’ve also got Iron Man fighting a big blue robotically-enhanced vilain names Detroit Steel. It’s a thing of beauty, and it could be yours for $28.97 via Amazon. It’s on Prime, too, and it’s made up of 377 pieces.
Allow us just one more Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 kit please. This is another great-looking one at 323 pieces, which sees Yondu, baby Groot, and Star-Lord (everyone needs a LEGO Chris Pratt in their life, right?) in a bust-up with Ayesha, the golden woman from the trailers played by Elizabeth Debicki. For just $28.97, you get two cool ships, one of which has a spring-loaded missile.
Crossbones’ Hazard Heist
Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow and Anthony Mackie’s Falcon take on Frank Grillo’s Crossbones, in LEGO form, in this official Captain America: Civil War set. Widow has a bike, Falcon has his Redwing drone, and Crossbones has a jeep and a flame-thrower thingy. All this fun—which takes precisely 179 pieces to build—could be yours for $32.61.
Avenjet Space Mission
Are you fed up of waiting for the cinematic Avengers to finally fight Thanos? If so, now’s the time to step in and build the damn thing yourself. This 523-piece set imagines an aerial battle between Josh Brolin’s purple space bastard and Earth’s mightiest heroes, here represented by Iron Man, Captain America, and Captain Marvel. There’s also a guy named Hyperion included.
The “Avenjet” is the main thing you actually have to build, and it houses a smaller mini-jet within its innards. The whole thing is currently being sold on Amazon for $79.90.
And finally, a real beauty. This LEGO version of the Avengers tower (currently only available from third-party sellers starting from $93.88) is made up of 515 pieces, and it comes with Minifigures of Iron Man, Thor, and Ultron, as well as two of the Iron Legion robots. Yep, this is another example of a great LEGO kit coming out of Joss Whedon’s second and less-well-received Avengers movie, Age Of Ultron.
Let’s face it; most of us would love to have a snazzy Avengers Tower in pride of place on one of our shelves. That would impress everyone who came over, right?
And there you have it. Those were 17 lovely Marvel LEGO kits that you can buy on Amazon right now. None of them are too pricey either, compared to some of the other official licensed sets on the market.
If we’ve left one of your favorites of the list, please let us know in the comments.