The LEGO Group has unveiled a brand new set inspired by Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame. The set, featuring Hulk, Black Widow and Pepper Potts in the Rescue armor fighting the Chitauri, will be seen for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con before launching in late November.
76144 – Avengers Hulk Helicopter Drop
482 pieces | $59.99 (USD)
Available November 25, 2019
Team up with the Avengers in an epic aerial battle against the Chitauri soldiers! Launch the helicopter with Rescue and fire the triple stud shooters at the mighty Leviathan. Dodge the Chitauri flyer’s stud shooters. Surprise the enemy by dropping the mighty Hulk into battle. Then attack with Rescue’s Power Blasts and Black Widow’s batons. Who will win this LEGO Marvel Avengers Endgame? You decide!
• Kids can role-play as Rescue, Black Widow and Hulk with a missile-shooting helicopter building toy and reimagine Marvel Avengers: Endgame battle scenes against 2 enemy Chitauri soldiers and a posable Leviathan!
• Includes 4 minifigures, a cool Hulk action figure, a helicopter with triple stud shooters and function to drop Hulk into battle, plus the Chitauris’ Leviathan and stud-shooting flyer to stage epic aerial encounters.
• Rescue aka Pepper Potts has Power Blasts for action play and Hulk comes with the Infinity Gauntlet glove with 4 collectible Infinity Stones – the other Infinity Stones are in the Avengers Compound Battle (76131) set.
• With cool action figures and models that are fun to build and great for solo or group play, this popular, 482-piece building toy makes a brilliant gift for kids aged 8+.
• The helicopter building toy measures over 4” (11cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 7” (19cm) wide, and all the models and characters combine brilliantly with other LEGO Marvel sets for even more superhero role-play action.
• No batteries required – this Marvel Avengers playset is made with LEGO bricks and powered purely by kids’ free-thinking creativity, so their superhero stories never run out of energy!
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