It looks like we now have our first ‘official’ look at some of the LEGO Marvel Superheroes Infinity War sets. Ahead of this year’s New York Toy Fair, some retailers has already displayed or have started selling some of the sets included in this massive MCU film. If you recall, Jason published the list of official names of these IW sets a few weeks ago, adding some firsthand information on how they look like. This time around, it seems we have our first box art images coming from various parts of the globe, courtesy of the Brickfinder. Now bear in mind that these may not be considered as leaks in the strictest sense of the word since they are now put on display by retailers for anyone to purchase, so it’s kind of fair game.
First off, we have the first sighting spotted in a local toy shop in Singapore. The LEGO Marvel Superheroes Outrider Dropship Attack (76101) box art can be seen below, and it has the minifigure versions of Captain America (what was referred to by some as Nomad Captain America probably because of the beard print), Black Widow and an Outrider. It also seems to include an Infinity Stone. The set retails for $29.90 Singaporean dollars and will approximately convert to around $22.50 USD. Though the rough conversion is a bit steep for a such a small set, the actual retail price in the US is expected to be at around $15.
Next we also have another image coming from the Lion City. We also have this box art image of the LEGO Marvel Superheroes The Hulkbuster Smash-Up (76104) and it features minifig versions of Bruce Banner, Falcon, Proxima Midnight and another Outrider. Other than highlighting a new version of the Hulkbuster as compared to The Hulk Buster Smash (76031), this IW set also includes a black turret fired by an Outrider.
This last LEGO IW reveal has been reportedly found from an unnamed Romanian online store. The largest among the IW sets, the LEGO Marvel Superheroes Sanctum Sanctorium Showdown (76108) is estimated to retail for around $120 USD and will come with the minifigs of Doctor Strange, Iron Man (in his rumored Bleeding Edge armor), Iron Spider Man, Cull Obsidian (bigfig), and Ebony Maw. This brick-built version of the Sanctum Sanctorium can very much pass for a modular building though noticeably smaller in size.
Knowing that the LEGO March Store Calendar has already hinted at a March 3 and 4 release date for these LEGO Marvel Superheroes Infinity War sets, we can better expect that these sightings will be all the more frequent. Have about from your end? Did you manage to spot these sets in your local toy stores? Let us know in the comments below.