LEGO Marvel Summer 2021 Sets Spotted in the UK

It looks like there’s another excited LEGO Store employee that was a bit too eager to put these sets on display. Brickset member Sean Nualart snapped these photos of the much-talked-about LEGO Marvel Summer 2021 that he spotted on display at an undisclosed LEGO Store in the UK. This summer wave of LEGO Marvel offerings features five sets, collectively referred to under the Infinity Saga subtheme. These are just the sets’ respective box arts understandably, but they’re sufficient to provide us a clear idea of what to expect from them. Let’s just hope that LEGO will make the official reveal anytime soon, or by next week at the very most. In the meantime, let’s take a look at these images.

Black Panther Dragon Flyer (76186)

202 pieces | £17.99 | Minifigures include Black Panther, Shuri, Chitauri

LEGO Marvel Summer 2021

 

Captain America and Hydra Face-Off (76189)

49 pieces | £8.99 | Minifigures include Captain America, Hydra Agent

LEGO Marvel Summer 2021

 

Iron Man: Iron Monger Mayhem (76190)

479 pieces | £34.99 | Minifigures include Iron Man, Pepper Potts, Obadiah Stane

 

Infinity Gauntlet (76191)

590 pieces | £59.99

 

Avengers Endgame Final Battle (76192)

527 pieces | £79.99 | Minifigures include Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Ant-Man, Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, Thanos, Chitauri

 

I’ll bet my bricks that the Infinity Gauntlet (76191) will be on top of most AFOLs’ checklist of LEGO Marvel sets this summer. It may not be strictly a wearable type of build (though I wish LEGO gave us that kind of option), but still, it’s a great display set alongside the Iron Man Helmet (76165). And speaking of Iron Man, this brick version of the Iron Monger is really spot on, coming in on a minifigure scale. I love what LEGO did here, with the set’s details and form. It looks like LEGO is getting better and better at designing mech-inspired sets, in my opinion.

As of this posting, these LEGO Marvel Summer 2021 sets are still yet to appear over at LEGO Shop@Home. But given that these sets are all probably waiting in storerooms of LEGO Stores (plus the facts that some employees are already too excited to put them on shelves), then it is most likely that we will get an official listing on LEGO’s shopping portal anytime soon. Special thanks also to Brickset for sharing these images.

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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