LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man Gets a 3D Makeover

LEGO continues to surprise fans with its latest creation, the LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man 31209 set. This awesome display set combines the aesthetics of LEGO Art and LEGO Marvel themes, taking the brick-building experience to a whole new level. Departing from its usual design theme, this new LEGO Art set introduces new 3D elements that mimic the iconic Ben-Day dot comic book art style. The Spider-Man portrait itself measures an impressive 21″ (54 cm) by 16″ (41 cm), making it a striking centerpiece.

Bringing the Web Crawler to Life with the LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man

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The LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man (31209) display set allows LEGO Marvel fans to pay homage to the iconic comic book hero. Using a unique layered building technique, one can see the friendly neighborhood web crawler breaks free from the confines of the frame, and his head and fingers can be adjusted into various dynamic poses. It’s a truly unique dimensional piece of LEGO Art that highlights the classic comic book persona of Spider-Man.

A Tribute to Classic Comic-Book History

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This bold and visually stunning brick artwork doesn’t just stop at showcasing Spider-Man’s iconic poses. The backdrop of the LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man set meticulously replicates the distinctive Ben-Day-dot printing technique found in classic comic books, adding a classy, authentic touch to the display piece. Moreover, as a nod to Spider-Man’s origins, the set incorporates 15 spiders, representing issue no. 15 of Amazing Fantasy, the comic in which Spider-Man made his debut back in August 1962.

Unwind with LEGO Art Sets for Adults

LEGO understands that building can be a relaxing and meditative experience, regardless of age. With the LEGO Art the Amazing Spider-Man set, adult fans of LEGO (AFOLs)  can indulge in their passion for LEGO while creating an excellent wall art piece. The accompanying soundtrack is thoughtfully designed to enhance your building experience, creating a seamless fusion of visual and audio experience. Once completed, you can proudly display this unique work of art on your wall at home or in your office.

LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man – Availability and Pricing

LEGO enthusiasts can get their hands on the 31209 The Amazing Spider-Man set starting August 1st. It will be available for purchase both in LEGO stores and on their official website. The set is priced at US $199.99, CAN $259.99, and UK £169.99.

Check out the official product details of this set below. You may also want to add this to your LEGO wishlist until it is made available in August.

LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man (31209)

2,099 pieces | $199.99 | Coming Soon on August 1, 2023Coming Soon on August 1, 2023

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Celebrate one of the world’s most beloved Super Heroes with The LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man (31209) building set. This unique dimensional piece of art is made from layers of LEGO bricks in which Spider-Man breaks out from the frame and his head and fingers can be put into different poses.

Pay homage to a comic book Super Hero
This bold artwork features several details to delight Spider-Man fans. The backdrop replicates the comic book’s Ben-Day-dot printing technique, there are 15 spiders to represent issue no. 15 of Amazing Fantasy in which Spider-Man first appeared in August 1962.

Relaxing LEGO sets for adults
As you create your own premium wall art, scan the QR code and listen to the Soundtrack, featuring content tailor-made to enhance your building experience. When you are finished, you can proudly display this unique piece of art on your wall at home or in the office.

  • Celebrate a Super Hero – Bring to life The LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man (31209) by building this unique dimensional set packed with incredible details
  • Dimensional and posable – In this piece of art, Spider-Man breaks out of the frame and his head and fingers can be repositioned
  • Evocative backdrop – The picture’s background replicates the comic book’s Ben-Day-dot printing technique from the 1960s
  • Pay homage – There are 15 spiders in the picture to represent issue no. 15 of Amazing Fantasy in which Spider-Man first appeared in August 1962
  • Create and display – A 2,099-piece LEGO® hobby and craft project for adults that can be proudly hung on a wall at home or in the office
  • Enjoy the Soundtrack – Scan the QR code to listen to the Soundtrack, which is tailor-made with content to enhance your time spent building this piece of Super Hero art
  • Gift for Super Hero fans – This LEGO Art The Amazing Spider-Man set measures over 21 in. (54 cm) high and 16 in. (41 cm) wide and can be given to passionate fans of Spider-Man and classic comic books

LEGO Marvel “Spider-Man” Buildable Figures Listed; Coming September

This week we got a sneak peek at the next new LEGO Marvel sets launching very soon. These three items take after the early-2022 Iron Man (76206) buildable figure, but focused on the “Spider-Man” character line. We have Germany’s JB Spielwaren retailer to thank for early images and info on the Spidey LEGO buildable figures. It still wouldn’t beat the official feel of putting up a product listing on their website though. And good thing they didn’t keep us waiting for much longer. Promobricks got the scoop on these three sets and now we’ll take a closer look ourselves.

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Miles Morales Figure (76225)

Age 8+ | 238 pieces | $24.99 | Coming September 1

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  • A treat for Spider-Man fans – Put web-slinging Super Hero adventures into the hands of Spider-Man fans aged 8 and up with this LEGO® Marvel Miles Morales Figure (76225) building toy
  • Iconic Marvel hero – Kids assemble the 238-piece figure to create a realistic recreation of Miles Morales from the Spider-Man Universe
  • Fully jointed – All parts of the buildable Miles Morales are articulated, so kids can move, position and pose the figure just like the real thing

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Spider-Man Figure (76226)

Age 8+ | 258 pieces | $24.99 | Coming September 1

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  • A hands-on Spider-Man – Put the web-slinging Super Hero into the hands of Spider-Man fans aged 8 and up with this LEGO® Marvel Spider-Man Figure (76226) set
  • Iconic Marvel hero – Kids assemble the 258-piece figure into a realistic recreation of Spider-Man from the Marvel Universe
  • Fully jointed – All parts of the buildable Spider-Man are articulated, so kids can move, position and pose the figure just like the real thing

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Venom Figure (76230)

Age 8+ | 297 pieces | $24.99 | Coming September 1

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  • Super villain action – Put the big-toothed, claw-fingered alien from the Spider-Man movies into the Super Hero adventures of kids aged 8 and up with the LEGO® Marvel Venom Figure (76230) set
  • Classic Marvel character – Kids assemble the 297-piece figure into a realistic recreation of Venom, the alien enemy of Spider-Man
  • Fully jointed – All parts of the buildable Venom are articulated, so kids can move, position and pose the figure just like the real thing

JB Spielwaren Reveals Upcoming LEGO Marvel Buildable Figures of “Spider-Man” & More

In late 2021, when LEGO was beginning to tease its upcoming 2022 sets, their Marvel line had a surprise entry. The Infinity Saga Iron Man figure (76206) stood out quite nicely. After all, it contrasted the cartoony Mech Armor sets that were simultaneously revealed with it. The brick construction made LEGO Iron Man fully poseable. Not to mention being battery-powered so his Arc Reactor can light up. As the year passed it felt like 76206 might be the only release of its sort for 2022. Then Brickset caught wind of new similar sets being listed on a German online retailer.

We’ve encountered JB Spielwaren before on The Brick Show. When they showcase upcoming LEGO sets before LEGO does, they really grab attention. There are more LEGO Marvel buildable figures on the way, and this time they’re of a Spidey variety. That’s right; Spider-Man and Friends (well, a friend and frenemy) are getting the Iron Man (76206) treatment. Check out these dynamic figures. They’re perfect for rendering in LEGO’s buildable-figure system.

Miles Morales (76225)

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Venom (76230)

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These LEGO Marvel Spider-Man figures look to be releasing in time to celebrate Spider-Man’s 60th Anniversary. Yep, our Friendly Neighborhood wall-crawler’s been protecting Marvel Comics New York for six decades. Marvel itself is hyping that milestone with the theme “Beyond Amazing”. And it shows in these LEGO tie-ins; they’re amazing like the comic-book legend they’re based on. Anyway, JB Spielwaren pegs these sets to release September. Now we wait for LEGO to confirm and show their product listings.

LEGO Finally Makes Spider-Man Art Print (5007043) Available on VIP Rewards

Back in September, LEGO teased a series of art prints that could be availed of through their VIP program. Of the four prints, three depicted the Disney Princesses Rapunzel, Elsa and Belle. The fourth was a LEGO Marvel art print featuring Spider-Man. Following the reveal, the LEGO Disney Princess prints got packed into a special set bundle (5007204) for UK. That was in addition to being available on LEGO VIP’s Rewards the normal way. But for some reason the Marvel Spider-Man art print didn’t follow them to the latter as intended. Was it cancelled?

The Brick Fan says no. Be informed that the LEGO Spider-Man Comic art print (5007043) can now be redeemed at the VIP Rewards Center. If you need a refresher, this print shows LEGO Spider-Man rescuing J. Jonah Jameson from the super-villain-besieged Daily Bugle. Yep, it’s pretty much an artsy rendition of the epic LEGO Marvel 18+ set, Daily Bugle (76178). Considering what transpired this past weekend, we might understand why LEGO held off on launching this print with the Disney Princesses. It neatly piggybacks on the premiere hype of the MCU’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which released on December 17.

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Even better, LEGO VIP members only need 450 VIP points to redeem this print from the Rewards Center. We’re talking 200 points less than for the Princesses’ art prints. About the only shortcoming we might find is that no LEGO bundles for the Spider-Man print and Daily Bugle (76178) exist. The aforementioned LEGO Marvel set is also temporarily out of stock at at present. But hey: LEGO-Marvel fan? Are you VIP program member too? Then what are you waiting for? Get this sweet print.

New Upcoming “Spider-Man: No Way Home” LEGO Polybag: Spider-Man Bridge Battle (30443)

So, by now the latest MCU film “Spider-Man: No Way Home” has been in cinemas since Friday last week. You’ll get no spoilers here, this being a LEGO news site after all. What we can share however is news relating to the MCU in terms of merchandise. We’re talking of course about the LEGO tie-ins. Yes, the set tie-ins have been around since seemingly forever by now, with listing them back in July. Still, with the actual movie’s premiere, there must be something new appearing in its wake. We know because Brickset reports that there is one new item.

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It’s only a polybag, and despite being branded “Spider-Man: No Way Home” it actually references the preceding film. Spider-Man: Bridge Battle (30443) depicts Peter Parker/Spidey taking on a Stark Industries drone hi-jacked by Quentin Beck/Mysterio. It’s only the Web-head and the drone, with Spider-Man using the nameplate of London’s Tower Bridge as a shield. He’ll need it too, as the Stark drone packs a pair of stud-shooters and isn’t afraid to use them. Thus far, the polybag’s existence comes only from the Building Instructions page. Much like the other LEGO polybags revealed earlier, we know nothing else save that they’ll arrive in 2022.

Please do however enjoy the images of LEGO Spider-Man: Far from Home, Spider-Man Bridge Battle (30443). They’re courtesy of Promobricks, which has been helping out greatly with these 2022 polybag reveals. Now we can’t help wonder if more LEGO Spider-Man goodies will come by, even with all the big sets around.

Check Out the Winners of the LEGO Ideas Your Friendly Neighborhood Comic Book Hero Contest

In case you missed it, the LEGO Ideas platform has announced the winners of one of its latest building contests. Kicking off last May, the LEGO Ideas Your Friendly Neighborhood Comic Book Hero Contest challenges all LEGO Spider-Man fans out there to come up with their best LEGO rendition of the web-slinging Marvel superhero. And after two months’ worth of fan submissions, LEGO Ideas has now considered the following entries as the best among the rest. Let’s take a look at our winners.

The building contest itself consists of two categories – Brick and Art – with each category having a Grand Prize Winner and a Runner-Up.  I just have to say at this point that the winning entries for the Brick Category are just mind-blowing. I can just see how these original creations can inspire future LEGO set offerings. Perhaps as a comic book cover subtheme of LEGO Art? I guess we just have to wait and see.

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As per contest rules, the Grand Prize Winner gets to bring home the following:

The Runner-Up also gets to take home the tallest LEGO Marvel set ever offered in the form of the LEGO Super Heroes Daily Bugle.

Congratulations to all the winners, and remember to keep on building!

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: No Way Home Sets Now Listed at LEGO Shop@Home

LEGO’s online store has been updated to now include three LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: No Way Home tie-in sets, all scheduled to be released on October 1st. I have to say that this came in as a surprise, and not to mention bundled with a possible spoiler alert. LEGO has a somewhat good track record of spoiling things for MCU fans, so if you’re mindful of these things then I guess you have to click that back button right now.

With that out of the way, let’s look at what these three sets have to offer. From the get-go, we have two standard sets included in this subtheme, with one particularly labeled for budding LEGO fans. The first and most obvious set is the Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop (76185) featuring a new minifigure version of the Sorcerer Supreme, including a new cape element for the Cloak of Levitation. I’m really glad that LEGO opted for an actual LEGO piece for this one, given the sentient cloak’s role in their fight against Thanos in Infinity War. I’m happy that it was not reduced to yet another piece of LEGO fabric. The second set, Spider-Man’s Drone Duel (76195), gives us a new version of both the Vulture and Spidey. I’m not really sure how these sets foreshadow any plot points in the upcoming film. But seeing how they are designed offers a strong indication of how things might turn out for Spider-Man.

Here are the set’s official images and you may click on their respective affiliate links if you wish to know more about them. Again, these sets are all slated to be released in October just in time for the holidays. Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to be released in cinemas in December.

Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop (76185)

355 pieces | $39.99 | Minifigures include Spider-Man, MJ, Doctor Strange, Wong.

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Spider-Man’s Drone Duel (76195)

198 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include Spider-Man and Vulture

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Spider-Man vs. Mysterio’s Drone Attack (76184)

73 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include Spider-Man, Nick Fury, and Mysterio

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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Venom (76187) Officially Revealed

I guess you have to make space for one more brick-built LEGO sculpture this April. After a LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Carnage (76199) set was eventually unveiled a couple of weeks ago, it was only a matter of time before we see Marvel’s favorite symbiote officially given the LEGO treatment. LEGO Shop@Home has now officially listed a LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Venom (76187) set slated to arrive on April 26, 2021.

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Though I understand that most LEGO Marvel fans are looking forward to having this new Venom set, I have to say that its reveal is a bit underwhelming. Partly because right off the bat, it is simply a recolored version of what we saw with Carnage’s brick version. In fact, it seems to use the same kind of LEGO elements (with a different color scheme of course), with 20 additional LEGO pieces thrown into it. However, to give this set its defining feature, a long protruding tongue and a unique printed tile piece bearing the anti-hero’s name, are also included in this official LEGO sculpture of Venom.

If you consider the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Venom (76187) set as a must-have this April, then you may want to take a look at its product description and official images below. It will be available at the end of the month retailing for $59.99. You may click on the following affiliate link below to add this to your LEGO wishlist.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Venom (76187)

565 pieces | $59.99 | Arriving in LEGO Stores and LEGO Shop@Home on April 26, 2021

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Stretch your construction skills and capture forever the distinctive, razor-toothed features of an iconic Marvel supervillain with LEGO® Marvel Spider-Man Venom (76187).

A detailed replica to build and display
Fans of Venom and the Spider-Man movies will relish a rewarding building experience as they recreate the authentic features of the gruesome alien symbiote. The oversized jaw packed with dagger-like teeth, the long, twisting tongue, and the low, black brow combine to create an unmissable display piece. With a stylish name plaque attached to the sturdy base, this remarkable model will look even more impressive displayed alongside other LEGO comic-book creations.

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Escape the busy world and rediscover the joy of creative construction with adult LEGO building sets. Satisfying to build and stunning to display, adult LEGO kits make great birthday gifts, Christmas presents, and personal treats for anyone interested in model making or comic-book culture.

  • Build and display one of the most feared characters in the Marvel Universe with LEGO® Marvel Spider-Man Venom (76187) – a captivating build-and-display model created with adults in mind.
  • The iconic alien creature, with its dagger-like teeth and long, twisting tongue, stands on a sturdy base with a stylish name plaque attached.
  • This collectible piece of Marvel movie memorabilia will provide joy and satisfaction long after the hands-on, creative construction work is over.
  • If you’re an adult Marvel fan or model-making enthusiast, this buildable movie-character replica is the perfect build-and-display project for you!
  • Measuring over 7 in. (19 cm) high, 3 in. (9 cm) wide, and 7 in. (19 cm) deep, this striking model is sure to generate attention and interest, whether displayed in your home or workplace.

Here’s a Round-Up of the LEGO Marvel 2021 2H Sets Rumored to Arrive Soon

If the first wave of LEGO Marvel 2021 sets were a bit lackluster for some, then you might find this next offering of LEGO Marvel 2021 2H (or 2nd half of the year) sets more promising – well if we will consider the rumors themselves. And after the reveal of the LEGO Marvel Carnage (76199) helmet a couple of days ago, it may seem that the rumor mill may be pretty accurate this time.

Thanks to our friends over at Promobricks, we can now have a glimpse of what LEGO has in the works for its LEGO Marvel 2021 2H sets. I’ve mentioned some of these sets in my previous posts with links provided below for your reference.

Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings

Escape From the Ten Rings (76176) 

    • 321 pieces with 5 minifigures | 29.99 Euros | Release date: May 2021

Battle at the Ancient Village (76177)

LEGO Marvel 2021 2H

    • 400 pieces with 5 minifigures | 39.99 Euros | Release date: May 2021


Marvel Helmet Collection

Venom (76187)

    • 565 pieces | 59.99 Euros | Release date: May 2021

Infinity Gauntlet (76191) 

    • Not exactly a helmet but a brick-built sculpture of Thanos’ cosmic weapon as seen in MCU’s Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. It also includes LEGO versions of the six Infinity Stones. 
    • 590 pieces | 69.99 Euros | Release date: June 2021

Carnage (76199)

LEGO Marvel 2021 2H

    • Revealed earlier to be a Target-exclusive.
    • 546 pieces | 59.99 Euros | Release date: April 11, 2021


Avengers: The Infinity Saga

From what we heard, this rumored LEGO Marvel subtheme will focus on the first three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will include entirely new sets and reenvisioned ones. It is quite a substantial subtheme, with plenty of sets expected to be released in June.

Black Panther Dragon Flyer (76186)

    • 202 pieces with 3 minifigures | 19.99 Euros | Release date: June 2021

Captain America and Hyrda Face-Off 4+ Set (76189) 

    • 49 pieces with 2 minifigures | 9.99 Euros | Release date: June 2021

Iron Man: Iron Monger Mayhem (76190)

    • 479 pieces with 3 minifigures | 39.99 Euros | Release date: June 2021

Avengers Endgame: Final Battle (76192) 

    • 527 pieces with 8 minifigures | 89.99 Euros | Release date: June 2021

Benatar (76193)

    • 1,901 pieces with 6 minifigures | 149.99 Euros | Release date: June 2021

Sanctuary II (76200)

    • 265 pieces with 3 minifigures | 29.99 Euros | Release date: August 2021

Unknown Disney+ Set (76194)

    • It is still not known at this point if this LEGO Marvel 2021 2H set will take its cue from either Wandavision or The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. 
    • 369 pieces | 34.99 Euros | Release date: August 2021
LEGO Marvel 2021 Advent Calendar (76196)
    • 298 pieces with 7 minifigures | 29.99 Euros | Release date: September 2021 
Spider-Man: No Way Home
    • 76184 (4+) – 73 pieces | 19.99 Euros |Release date: October 2021
    • 76185 – 355 pieces | 39.99 Euros | Release date: October 2021
    • 76186 – 198 pieces | 19.99 Euros | Release date: October 2021
The Eternals

Earlier last January, we had a glimpse of these LEGO Marvel The Eternals sets through a published LEGO catalog. Here’s a recap of these LEGO Marvel 2021 2H sets in case you missed it.

Eternals Aerial Assault (76145)

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    • 133 pieces with 2 minifigures | 9.99 Euros | Release date: October 2021

Deviant Ambush (76154) 

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    • 197 pieces with 3 minifigures | 19.99 Euros | Release date: October 2021

In Arishem’s Shadow (76155)

LEGO Marvel 2021 2H

    • 493 pieces with 4 minifigures | 59.99 Euros | Release date: October 2021

Rise of the Domo (76156)

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    • 1,040 pieces with 6 minifigures | 99.99 Euros | Release date: October 2021

Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: No Way Home Finally Confirmed

After a series of amusing misdirects from its cast, Marvel Studios have finally dropped the real, working title of its next film in Jon Watt’s Spider-Man trilogy. The Spider-Man: No Way Home is confirmed to be arriving in cinemas this Christmas. Watch the teaser trailer below.

If you recall, there was some kind of hype-building going on these past few days coming from Tom Holland (playing Peter Parker), Zendaya (MJ), and Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds). Each of them gave their “take” on what could be the working title on this next Spider-Man film. However, it was immediately clear that these are just their way of playing with words, hinting at the idea of an impending title reveal anytime soon. And like clockwork, Marvel Studios has just released the film’s official title, delivered through a short skit about the trio’s predisposition for spoilers.

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The title is definitely something to think about, and many Marvel fans took it to the internet on what this could reveal about the movie’s plot. One key element in the reveal teaser is the cryptic whiteboard found in the hallway. The board seems to reflect a brainstorming session for the film’s possible titles, riddled with enigmatic symbols and phrases that somehow relate to the film’s title. Like a trail of bread crumbs, these pieces of clues may eventually lead to what Peter Parker has thought since the previous films – the existence of the MCU multiverse. And considering that the Spider-Man: No Way Home evokes a certain feeling of frustration and despair for not finding one’s way back home, we can somehow theorize that our friendly neighborhood web-crawler has to traverse so many “worlds” (or alternate realities, perhaps) to find his very own.

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With more than 4 million views as of this posting, the hype for this film is continuously building. We can also expect that the months leading to its premiere will be riddled with other promotions and tie-in merchandise to build on its publicity. LEGO for one has consistently released tie-in sets for the two previous Spider-Man installments in the form of the ATM Heist Battle (76082) and Beware the Vulture (76083) sets from Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Molten Man Battle (76128), Hydro-Man Attack (76129) and Stark Jet and the Drone Attack (76130) sets from Spider-Man: Far From Home. And given a December theatrical screening for Spider-Man: No Way Home, then we can assume that any LEGO-related sets will be revealed sometime in the third quarter of this year.

Whatever is the case, these upcoming LEGO tie-in sets will surely reveal some aspects of the film’s storyline and hopefully give us a glimpse of what to expect from this third installment. For now, let’s just see where the trail of bread crumbs and whiteboard clues will lead us.

So what do you think will this third Spider-Man film be all about? Does it really point us to the MCU multiverse moving forward? And what new LEGO Spider-Man sets can we possibly expect from this film franchise? Share what you think in the comments below, and for the latest LEGO sets slated to be released, check out our list right here