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The Milano vs. The Abilisk

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Average rating3.8out of 5 stars

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Get set for an epic space battle as Star-Lord and his unlikely allies take on the Abilisk, featuring the Milano spaceship with two stud shooters, bomb-drop function, movable wings and an opening four-minifigure cockpit. The Abilisk monster features moving tentacles and an opening mouth to role-play a daring rescue mission. Includes four minifigures and a Groot figure.

  • Build the epic space battle between Star-Lord and his crew and the Abilisk monster!
  • Featuring settings and characters from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
  • Includes Star-Lord, Gamora, Nebular and Drax minifigures, plus a Groot figure
  • LEGO Super Heroes building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
  • The Milano measures over 3” high, 7” long and 14” wide. The Abilisk measures over 2” high, 3” wide and 7” deep.
  • 460 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 14
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The Milano vs. The Abilisk
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Overall RatingAverage rating3.8out of 5 stars
(19 Reviews)
84% would recommend this product.

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Value for MoneyAverage rating4.1out of 5 stars
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  • June 18th, 2019
    Average rating4out of 5 stars
    Protect the batteries...
    | 25-34
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    Purchased for: Self
    Usual thing for me is to buy the set for the figures. Ship and creature is are cool. So I'm gonna simplify this as bets as possible. Pros: - color scheme, definite improvement over the previous version. - different minifigure prints and style from the previous Milano set. - new building pieces - creature is simple yet playable - Baby Groot with a speaker. Cons: - price I felt was a little much. 4 minfigures does help to compensate it thou. - ship size. Kinda insults the previous Milano set. - no place to store figure weapons or star lords helmet. I would still suggest adding it to your collection.
    Level of DifficultyAverage rating1out of 5 stars
    Value for MoneyAverage rating3out of 5 stars
    Build Time: 2 days
    Building Experience: Expert LEGO builder
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  • March 5th, 2018
    Average rating4out of 5 stars
    "No one flies this ship but me."
    | 14-18
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    Overall this set is good. At 11 cents per piece, some may say that it's overpriced. However, considering what all you get, I think it is the perfect price. First characters: This set comes with the armored up Star-Lord and his helmet. This set also has three exclusive minifigures being, Gamora, Nebula, and Drax. Nebula and Drax have very good prints while Gamora shares the same torso and legs as Star-Lord. Baby Groot comes in this set and his very detailed. However, the set doesn't come with a spare so if you lose him, he is gone forever. The Abilisk is much smaller than it is in the movie and there is no ability to put a figure in the mouth because they are filled and not hollow. They should have built it like the Sarlacc Pit and been able to close the mouth over a figure. The Milano itself is very detailed and contains seating for four figures and there is enough room inside to put Baty Groot on someone's lap. You can fit the all of the Guardians into the Milano. However, there is nowhere to put weapons on the ship and if Drax and Star-Lord have their jet packs on then you can't fit everyone into the ship so you have to take everything off to fit them in the ship. Positives: -The figures -The detailing of the Milano -Baby Groot -Pricepoint -Ability to fit everyone on the ship Negatives: -The Abilisk -No ability to hold weapons or gear in the ship Overall it is a good set worth picking up.
    Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars
    Level of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars
    Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars
    Build Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
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  • May 2nd, 2017
    Average rating4out of 5 stars
    Surprising Decent
    | 19-24
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    The first Milano set was one of my favourite lego sets, it really helped get me and my girlfriend into the world of building lego. That being said since building everything but the figures has been in the box, it is just too big for me. About the new set, I love it. The Abilisk is pretty neat with decent play features and detailing, I am able to get some fun combat poses and pictures with it. The minifigures are just okay. The legs and torso of Star Lord and Gamora are cool and fairly versatile. Same for the Drax legs, who's torso is the same as last ones but with less defined edges but the face offers a new expression. I wish nebula had her new red outfit but this is fine. Unfortunately the paint and printing on the Helmet is not as crisp and Gamora really needs a unique costume at some point. My biggest issue with the figures is there is no new characters. (oh and baby Groot is very cure). The ship itself has very nice detailing, without overuse of stickers, and much improved colours. The bombs and stud shooters fine for play and amazingly four full figures can fit in the cockpit (even with jet packs). In relation to my statement about the old set this one is smaller, significantly so. And as a Lego collector who is often low on space, and funds, this is a welcome change. This can easily fit in displays and easily be supported by clear bricks. I wish there was storage for the large amount of accessories, even a detachable crate that went on the bottom would do. And then there is the price, a flagship set for a big superhero film being less than £50? yes please! A must have for any Guardians fans who missed the first wave or if like me you need smaller sets for your shelves. A maybe if you like the figures and the parts. A no if you keep complaining that the old set was better.
    Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars
    Level of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars
    Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars
    Build Time: 2 hrs 30 mins
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  • June 26th, 2017
    Average rating4out of 5 stars
    I must cut through it from the inside!- Drax
    | 14-18
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    Purchased for: Self
    I read all the reviews before buying this set, and they scared me a little. Honestly, this is a fantastic little set (then again, I didn't have any of the original guardians sets). The Milano is fantastic. It looks pretty, it's a manageable size and children especially will adore it. It's got loads of cool moving wing flaps and little guns that shoot studs (be careful with these around young children). The cockpit has room for every figure in the set, so if you take Nebula out you'll have room for one more guardian. My personal favourite detail is the little cassete player in the cockpit. The figures (which is the reason I bought the set) do not disappoint (again, this from a person who has never had a Guardians set before). The printing and detail are really nice, especially on all their little weapons. Baby Groot and Nebula in particular are great looking figures. Yes, Peter and Gamora do have the same torso and leg pieces, but personally I think it's cute that they both wear the same outfit. The Abilisk doesn't look that cool in the picture, but trust me, it really is and one of the main plus points of this set. It moves brillantly and has loads of different poses, opening up play options. There are a few cons with this set: There are a lot of fiddly stickers (if you're buying this for a kid make sure you do those bits) and lots of small accessories with no place to store them. As long as you get a little tub to put those bits in, you should be fine. Overall, this is a set with endless play value (especially since you get 4 out of the 5 main Guardians in one set) and that looks quite pretty on display, too. If you're dithering, definitely get it.
    Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars
    Level of DifficultyAverage rating3out of 5 stars
    Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars
    Build Time: 1 hrs
    Building Experience: Expert LEGO builder
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