LEGO Marvel Superheroes Black Widow Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905) Now Up at Amazon

Black Widow Taskmaster's Ambush (77905)

In case you missed it, there is another SDCC 2020 inspired set that is out there aside from that of the LEGO DC Wonder Woman (77906) and the yet to be released LEGO Star Wars Nebulon-B Frigate (77904). The cancellation of this year’s largest comic book convention has led LEGO to offer these limited edition sets online either through Amazon or LEGO Shop@Home. And this time around, Amazon seems to have the last say when it now offers the LEGO Marvel Superheroes Black Widow Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905).

Black Widow Taskmaster's Ambush (77905)

Based on the upcoming MCU spin-off of the Black Widow (the film has been eventually rescheduled for an April or May 2021 release due to the pandemic), this LEGO version of the Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905) comes in at 230 pieces and was initially offered via Amazon for $40. However, due to the high demand for such exclusive collectibles, this particular set now sells for as high as $135.

Black Widow Taskmaster's Ambush (77905)

The set also follows the familiar SDCC stylized box art featuring a comic book version of Natasha Romanov’s Black Widow. The set itself also features an exclusive minifigure variant of the Black Widow, and our first ever minifig rendition of the Red Guardian. The Taskmaster minifigure that comes with the set is not unique though since this particular character already appears in the LEGO Marvel Superheroes Black Widow’s Helicopter Chase (76162), less the hoodie.

Black Widow Taskmaster's Ambush (77905)

If you’re still eyeing this limited edition LEGO Marvel Superheroes Black Widow Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905) despite the somewhat bloated price, then you still have a chance of getting one. It’s still unclear if this set will make an appearance over at LEGO Shop@Home same with the now out-of-stock LEGO DC Wonder Woman (77906), but when it does, I’ll update this article and keep you in the loop. For now, check out the following product description of the Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905) as posted via Amazon. If you wish to have a detailed look at this set, then Brickset’s Jacob Lyman did an excellent review that you might be interested in.

LEGO Marvel Superheroes Black Widow Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905)

Black Widow Taskmaster's Ambush (77905)

The limited-edition LEGO Marvel Avengers Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905) lets fans recreate superhero action from the Marvel Studios’ Black Widow movie with favorite characters and a classic vehicle. Black Widow movie scene Superhero fans can capture the Marvel movie action in a play-and-display model depicting Black Widow and Red Guardian as they take on the supervillain Taskmaster in his 6-wheel monster truck. The 3 collectible minifigures carry a range of weapons, including batons, shields, sword, and a bow and arrow. There’s also a safe box and other accessories to inspire endless imaginative adventures based on the Black Widow movie. The completed model will add a great conversation piece to any room. Bring Marvel action to life LEGO Marvel Avengers buildable playsets open a universe of role-play adventures. With collectible vehicles, mechs, buildings, minifigures, weapons, and gadgets, fans can recreate favorite movie scenes and devise imaginative stories of their own.

  • Capture Marvel Studios’ Black Widow movie action forever with the LEGO Marvel Avengers Taskmaster’s Ambush (77905) play-and-display superhero construction toy
  • Includes Black Widow, Taskmaster and exclusive Red Guardian minifigures, a buildable 6-wheel monster truck plus cool weapons and accessories
  • The scene depicts an epic battle from Marvel Studios’ Black Widow movie; The vehicle detaches for imaginative play, then reattaches to the baseplate to create an eye-catching display
  • For ages 7 and up, this LEGO Marvel Avengers building playset makes a great birthday, holiday, or ‘just because’ gift for kids
  • The iconic characters are captured in a striking display piece that will appeal to Black Widow fans of all ages and attract interest from all who see it.

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