LEGO NEWS | Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 sets out now!

If you are a big super heroes fan like me, you will have most definitely watched Guardians of the Galaxy. If you are more like Mrs F and only know of main stream super heroes then I really think you should check out the movie. Its a really enjoyable movie with plenty of action but equally some great funny parts. Its a kind of fusion between a comic action, super heroes film with slight nods to retro. Fast forward a few years later and Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 is due out in May and LEGO has just released some of the sets to align with the movie

So far three sets have been released and range from a respectable £19.99 – £44.99 so theres something for everyone.


76079 LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes: Ravager Attack (RRP: £19.99)

First up is a set containing two new characters in the GotG films, Mantis and Taserface alongside my personal favourite, raccoon Rocket. Rocket and Mantis have crash landed on the Forest-Planet but managed to build a six stud order zithromax azithromycin online shooter weapon in order to fight off Taserface in his M-Ship. Aimed at 6+ years and made up of 197 pieces


76080 LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes: Ayesha’s Revenge (RRP: £29.99)

Create your own cosmic battle with returning character Yondu and his Laser drill spaceship and battle it out with new character Ayesha and her Older drone spaceship… both featuring stud guns and spring loaded missiles alike. Don’t worry though as Yondu has the star man himself, Star-Lord as well  as a tiny Groot figure too. Aged 7 years + and 323 pieces.


76081 LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes: The Milano vs. The Abilisk (RRP: £44.99)

Top billing of this three set collection goes to this 460 piece set which includes original cast members Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax and Groot minifigures alongside their Milano ship battle it out against The Abilisk monster and its deadly tentacles and chomping mouth.


So theres three sets to get stuck into before the film and I have no doubts there may be more to follow once the film premieres in May.


Until next time

Jim x