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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes The Milano vs. The Abilisk 76081 Superhero Toy
- Low Return Rate: 22% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 90% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "guardians of the galaxy lego"
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- 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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LEGO Super Heroes - Guardians Of The Galaxy The Milano vs. The Abilisk.
- Accessory elements include two Annulax batteries, Nebula’s handcuffs and Groot’s boombox speaker.
Zoom In With The Milano And Steal The Annulax Batteries From The Abilisk
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.
- The Milano measures over 3” (8cm) high, 7” (19cm) long and 14” (37cm) wide.
- The Abilisk measures over 2” (7cm) high, 3” (8cm) wide and 7” (20cm) deep.
Explore The Many Features & Functionalities
The Milano features movable wings, opening cockpit with room for four minifigures and Groot figure, two stud shooters and twin bomb-drop function.
Includes four minifigures: Star-Lord, Gamora, Nebula and Drax, plus a Groot figure.
Features the Milano spaceship and the Abilisk.
Explore The Many Features & Functionalities
The Abilisk monster features moving tentacles and an opening mouth.
Fly Star-Lord around the Abilisk using his jetpack and retrieve the Annulax batteries.
Weapons include Star-Lord’s two blasters, Gamora’s sword and Drax’s two daggers.
|LEGO Super Heroes: Avengers - Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes||LEGO Super Heroes: Avengers - Hulk vs. Red Hulk||LEGO Super Heroes: Guardians Of The Galaxy - Ravager Attack||LEGO Super Heroes: Guardians Of The Galaxy - Ayesha's Revenge||LEGO Juniors - Spider-Man Hideout||LEGO Duplo Super Heroes - Spider-Man Truck Adventure|
|Number of Pieces||377||375||197||323||137||28|
|Recommended Age||7 - 14||7 - 14||6 - 12||7 - 14||2 - 4||2 - 5|
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. This action-packed superhero toy includes four minifigures and a Groot figure.
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The Abilisk has a mouth that opens and closes and is on gears which allow it to rotate.
The Abilisk is a really nice size ship with lots of room in the cockpit. You can fit multiple mini-figures in it. The shipi has two guns mounted on the top and four bombs on the bottom (two on each wing.)
You get five mini-figures (Star-Lord, Gamora, Nebula and Drax), plus a baby Groot.
Star-Lord - Star-Lord has the exact same outfit as Gamora. He has a three-piece jetpack and a helmet. The face is the same as the Winter Soldier's in the Civil War sets. His hair is also from Civil War (Cap's hair in the Black Panther Pursuit set). His helmet is actually different from the last one, as the last one had completely red eyes.
Gamora - I know this set has received a lot of flak for having the same suits for Gamora and Star-Lord, but really. The last set they had the exact same design (except Gamora's was built for a green-skinned female). And Star-Lord, Gamora, and Drax had the same pants! Really! Why so harsh on this set? Gamora had a sword and dark hair with purple highlights (note: this could be Wyldstyle with hair down).
Drax - Drax is a stupendous minfigure. He has a really nice torso and arm print. I love the LEGO skulls! He has a nice set of blue pants (extremely useful). My only complaint is the head. It's angry. If you didn't buy the first sets, you're stuck with an angry face. Drax may have been the mad character in the first film, but in the second one, he is actually very funny. WHY? Why? I am slowly dying.... eaugh. I like they removed the cheekbone lines.
Nebula - Nebula is the same as Drax. Angry face! I didn't get that set with her in the first wave. Why? Why me? Her torso is ripped, indicating a struggle to get her into handcuffs. She comes with handcuffs.
Groot - Groot is the star of every set he's in. Baby Groot is so adorable with his tiny face and his tiny hands. But the printing! The printing looks a bit weird for some reason. Maybe that's just my personal opinion, but who cares?
the Abilisk - the Abilisk is not a minifigure. It is buildable and alive, however. It has about five stickers. The Abilisk is just like the one from Doctor Strange, which makes me think that LEGO was trying to duplicate how everyone loved the portal beast in that set. But they failed here. The Abilisk's. rotator function hurts because LEGO did not add a way to smoothly run it. It hurts to turn the gears (in the Doctor Strange set, they had a wheel to turn). And it doesn't turn all the way around. The tentacles bump into the head and thus can only rotate a few degrees. Also, the eyes cannot see whoever is jumping into them.
the Milano - the Milano is not a minifigure. It's actually a ship. It is very small, much smaller than the last one. It's kind of like the quinjets: the first Milano was rather large and clunky, but people liked it because it could fit everyone and had lots of extra space. So it was like the first quinjet. However, it was also like the quinjet that it was movie inaccurate. It had a blue and yellow color scheme. This one is orange and blue (big improvement). This one is like the Civil War quinjet: small and packed. Hopefully the next Milano for either Gotg vol. 3 or Infinity War will be like the second quinjet: medium, movie accurate and really cool looking.
But let's talk about this Milano. This Milano is very tiny. It does, however, still have the Awesome Mix 2, which is somewhat bad. It is a sticker. Not even printed. I wish you could actually take it out like the first Milano. This Milano can fit four minifigures (which could be all the Guardians) into the tiny space, which let me just say is actually really incredible. Fitting two minifgures into a quinjet cockpit took four years and was still done clunkily. But this one, oh man! You can fit all minifigures in there with all their accessories and still have room for Baby Groot.
It has two stud shooters, several moveable parts, and the real action feature is a bit weird: A pole sticks up and you push it down to release the two bombs. I really like that action feature but wish the pole wouldn't be so obvious.
All in all, a good set, but I wish it was better.
The build is pretty simple, a few unique spots due to the unconventional shape of the build, but overall it's solid once you have it completed.
The minifigs are a bonus, including the baby Groot.
At normal retail it's not a great deal since it exceeds that "average" that people like to see Legos at, 10 bucks per 100 pieces. But I got it on sale, and that made it a bit under that average, so then it was worth it.
If you or one of your kids is a Lego fan and liked the Guardians movies, this is a good addition to your collection.
When I received it the box was damaged, it had a tear in the front of the box, but nothing was damaged or missing, so that wasn't a problem.
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First thing, I am not a fan of the "Guardians of the Galaxy". I just hated the first movie.Read more