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The Best Marvel Legos

Last updated on March 19, 2021
Best Marvel Legos

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Our Picks For The Top Marvel LEGOS

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 Our Top Pick

LEGO Marvel Avengers War Machine Buster 76124, 362-Piece

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Marvel Avengers War Machine Buster 76124, 362-Piece

Set up War Machine to take on Ant-Man with this Lego set, which features a War Machine Buster Mech toy that 6 inches tall by 2 inches wide. This set comes with 362 pieces, including an opening minifigure cockpit, six-stud rapid shooter, two detachable stud-shooting cannons, two flick missiles and more. The set is rated for children ages 7 and up.

Overall Take

An Epic MachineIron Man fans will love this Lego set, which lets you build the posable War Machine Buster Mech toy.

 Best for Iron Man Fans

LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hall of Armor 76125, 524-Piece


Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hall of Armor 76125, 524-Piece

You'll have your own Iron Man Hall of Armor with this Lego set, which includes a rotating podium and detachable modules you can build in various ways. You'll also get a posable Igor Suit mech and multiple minifigures. Rated for children ages 7 and up, this set includes 524 pieces.

Overall Take

So Much FunThis set has everything you need to build and display Iron Man's impressive power suits.

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LEGO Marvel Avengers Avengers Ultimate Quinjet 76126, 838-Piece


Marvel Avengers Avengers Ultimate Quinjet 76126, 838-Piece

With 838 pieces, you'll have everything you need to put an Avengers Ultimate Quinjet together. This set includes a cockpit, passenger compartment, two stud shooters, a fold-out six-stud rapid shooter and a stud-shooting trike. Kids will also get minifigures and weapons to add to the fun.

Overall Take

An Impressive AircraftMarvel fans who also love planes will have a blast with this Avengers Ultimate Quinjet set.

 Strong Contender

LEGO Marvel Avengers Speeder Bike Attack 76142 , 226-Piece


Marvel Avengers Speeder Bike Attack 76142 , 226-Piece

This set includes all the pieces you'll need for a fun bike race, including three minifigures: Black Panther, Thor and an AIM Agent. You'll also get Black Panther's bike and battle accessories. Rated safe for ages 6 and up, this set has 226 pieces.

Overall Take

Black Panther and ThorBlack Panther fans will love this Lego set, which let kids stage a battle on bikes and jetpacks.

Buying Guide

Legos have come a long way since their early days as simple building blocks. Today, you can buy full-blown pieces of art that you craft yourself and kits that would take even the most skilled adult several days of hard work.

Maybe the best thing about the growth of Lego is that kids can easily find sets that feature licensed characters, vehicles and buildings from their favorite movies, TV shows and other entertainment properties. This allows them to get fully immersed in imaginary worlds that they already have a close connection to.

Nowhere is this better demonstrated than with Lego’s line of Marvel products. No matter which properties within the Marvel Cinematic Universe are your favorite, there’s a set for you. Marvel Legos can also be a great gift for your kids, assuming they don’t already have all the sets.

Since Marvel’s umbrella is enormous, though, it can be tough to decide exactly which sets to get. One thing to look at is the type of set you want. The iconic Marvel characters come in Lego miniatures that go with whatever objects and vehicles you’re buying. But you can also create Mechs that are larger than everything else in the set to give the illusion of even more power.

If you’re buying for kids, though, age appropriateness is an important part of the process. These sets often contain smaller pieces, making them not ideal for younger children. Often, they’ll be limited to children who are at least 6 or 7 years old.

What to Look For

  • Lego sets typically come with step-by-step directions for putting things together. Make sure your set will include that even if your kids tackle the project first, then look at the instructions later. Often, you can download an app for the more complicated sets that will walk you through the process of putting things together with detailed images and videos.
  • The minifigures — Lego’s name for its pieces that look like people — may not have advanced features like being posable or having helmets that can be manipulated. Pay attention to this before ordering to avoid disappointment.
  • If you are ordering a particularly impressive set, you may not want to tear it apart after it’s built. Consider buying a display case or stand that it can live on to become a unique decorative piece for years to come.
  • For younger kids and beginners, generally the higher the number of pieces, the more complicated it will be to put together. Look for one with fewer pieces if you’re concerned about them losing interest or getting frustrated.
  • Some Marvel Legos are sold in sets, while others can be purchased individually. Shop around to see if there are some pieces you can add to your existing sets before buying an entire set for one desired figure.
  • If you see a Lego set pictured, make sure you’re getting everything advertised in the set you’re buying. Sometimes extra products are pictured to show how it can be combined with other sets.

More to Explore

Lego was founded in 1932 as a wooden toy in a carpenter’s workshop. The name was a combination of the Danish words “leg godt,” which translates as “play well.” In 1949, the founder convinced his sons that plastic bricks were the key to taking Legos global, and the Lego as we know it today was born.

For many years, the Lego concept remained fairly simple. The plastic bricks have interlocking pieces that let kids build structures like walls and buildings. But as the market evolved, additional pieces were added to the mix, with kids being given the opportunity to build more complex structures and environments.

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