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Team up with Captain Marvel and Nick Fury to save Goose the cat from Talos in LEGO® Marvel 76127 Captain Marvel and The Skrull Attack. This action-packed construction toy features Nick Fury’s Quinjet with an opening dual minifigure cockpit, adjustable wings, 2 flick-missile shooters that each shoot 4 missiles at once, and an opening rear compartment with space for Goose. This popular toy building set for kids includes 3 minifigures with weapons to recreate exciting scenes from the Captain Marvel movie and for endless imaginative play.
- This Captain Marvel toy building set includes 3 new-for-January-2019 minifigures: Captain Marvel, Nick Fury and Talos, plus a Goose the cat LEGO® figure.
- The LEGO® Marvel collectible Quinjet features an opening dual minifigure cockpit, adjustable wings, 2 flick-missile shooters and an opening rear compartment with space for the cat.
- Fire 4 missiles at once with each of this LEGO® Marvel model's flick-missile shooters.
- Superhero toy weapons includes Captain Marvel's power energy elements and Talos’s stud shooter.
- Recreate thrilling scenes from the Captain Marvel movie with this action-packed superhero playset.
- Quinjet measures over 4” (11cm) high, 11” (30cm) long and 8” (21cm) wide.
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- in 7 monthsAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0That 90s Viberyanccs | 14-18I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfIn Avengers: Infinity War, when Nick Fury sees that many people are being disintegrated into dust, he grabs an old pager from his backpack and presses the buttons trying to send out a message to someone. Then Fury sees that he is turning to dust and drops the pager, revealing that he sent a message to Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel. After A3 many of us wondered what Fury's history was with Carol Danvers, but the Captain Marvel trailers reveal that they fought together to stop the Skrull invasion in 1995. Minifigures Captain Marvel is the newest member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe hero line-up, and she is supposedly the most powerful. The minifigure looks pretty good, using Black Widow hair in medium nougat and reusing Qira's head from Solo: a Star Wars Story which works okay, but I wish she had a binary/powered-up face. The torso is easily the best part because it is a specialized new print for Capt. Marvel and looks great! She has plain blue legs which is sad because her red boots are such a prominent feature of the character in the trailer and they could have just reused Spider-Man's (2016) dual molded legs:(!! Carol is equipped with 2 blue power blasts which are cool, but they should be yellow or orange. Nick Fury looks much younger than previous versions of the super-spy and this is from before he loses his eye. He looks perfect, but he also has a much simpler costume than Capt. Marvel in the movie. His hair is standard Finn hair from Star Wars, and his head is from Cyborg in DC Comics, but both of these pieces work fine I think. He has a nice new shirt with tie print on the torso, featuring a holster. Nick has plain black legs and is equipped with a gray gun. Talos is the leader of the shape-shifting Skrull invaders. He gets a weird new light green ear and top of head piece that looks respectable but unfortunately lacks printing. His head is a good print with a wrinkly Skrull-style scowl. The torso looks good but not quite perfect when compared to the movie. I know how long it takes to produce a set so this is excusable. Talos has plain black legs and is equipped with a black stud shooter. Goose the Cat is the same cat design as The LEGO Movie version but I think that it still looks great! Not much to say about this but I do want to theorize that Goose has a larger part in the plot than expected...... Well these minifigures are pretty respectable but it seems like LEGO's trend of making super awesome and amazing figures for Star Wars but not for Super Heroes is continuing as none of them have leg printing when Capt. Marvel and Talos would definitely benefit from them. I feel Carol also should have a new print for her head with a powered-up face. I can't complain too much though, because LEGO didn't have to make these figures and I'm am sure glad that they did and while I may not like some of the decisions, I have to respect them because TLG has been doing this for a long time and they have a budget. S.H.I.E.L.D. Quinjet (1995 style) While they figures weren't perfect, this jet is pretty perfect for $30 dollars. It is surprisingly large and well detailed. The cockpit is big enough for one figure and has a control panel. The wings are simple but effective with their folding winglets. The engine units are well detailed and feature folding fins and trans-blue exhaust ports. Under the wings there is a remote flick-fire missile shooter. This is sooooooo much better than normal though because it shoots 4 missiles instead of one. This is on both sides of the Quinjet. The back is plain but features the traditional Quinjet ramp, but cat-sized this time and (obviously) fits Goose inside. Final Opinion I really like the Quinjet for a $30 set and Nick Fury and Goose look great as well. Captain Marvel and Talos look good enough to tell which character they represent, but they are not perfect. I recommend this set for Marvel fans because its a great way to get Carol and Nick in a cheap MCU set plus the rest of the set is good as well. I hope this was helpful!!!!!Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating1out of 5 stars1.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 25 minsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Captain Marvel and The Skrull Attack
- in 7 monthsAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Bought for Lego Mad 8yrs old Sonredstar | 45-54I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SonI bought this set last week for my 8yrs old son who is Marvel/Lego Mad. I did not buy direct from Lego I bought from a well known supermarket in UK, It was on special offer £20. My son can build very complicated sets so for him this was a easy one to build and did take less than a hour. It actually better than I expected, it is a good size and my son has seen the film and loved the fact it had all the main chracters (especially the cat). He plays with it and loves it. I did think he would get a bit bored with it as its not his fav Marvel Character (Starlord is) but he loves the set and can't ask anymore from the enjoyment he is getting out of it. I bought it for him so he can play with it not as a collector of Lego, my son has ADHD, Epilespsy and Dyslexia and Lego is the one thing he can concentrate on and never gets bored with it. Well done Lego for the set for the price it is bigger than I expected and so I do recommend this set to anyonePlay ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars2.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 1 hrsBuilding Experience: Novice LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Captain Marvel and The Skrull Attack
- in 3 monthsAverage rating2out of 5 stars2.01st time disappointedChristianchas | 45-54I will be honest I think I love LEGO more than my boys and this is the first time I have ever had to write a bad review. This set did not meet LEGO standards by far, the pieces seemed to not fit together very well, I eventually had to help my 9 year old with the wing parts because the pieces kept popping undone. I had to really press hard for the pieces to finally stay together. I actually wanted to take it back to the store but they of course will not take back opened sets. Still a big fan of LEGO just super disappointed with this set.5 September 2019Marine, Customer ServiceI'm sorry to hear that you are disappointed with the set. If something ever seems like it's not very sturdy, the best thing to do is double-check your build. Sometimes there may be a piece just a little off from where it should be, which can cause instability. You’ll also want to make sure that all the pieces are pressed tightly together. If you'd like some help troubleshooting the build, or if you find that some pieces aren't holding together as they should, please get in touch with us at LEGO.com/Service.Play ExperienceAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Value for MoneyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Build Time: 3 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?25Captain Marvel and The Skrull Attack
- in 9 monthsAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Captain Marvel FanAngelaS | 35-44I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI bought this the day it was available. It’s a great set with a cool Quinjet that shoots multiple missiles at once. And includes Captain Marvel, Fury, a Skrull, and Goose (formerly Chewie in the comics). It comes in 3 separate bags with clear instructions, and 1 page of stickers. It was fun to assemble and was relatively straightforward with no problems along the way with instructions. I only wish there were more LEGO sets for the film, as I’d buy them all!Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 3 hrsWas this helpful?55Captain Marvel and The Skrull Attack