If you’re an MCU fan and keep up to date, the start of this week must’ve been awesome for you. After all, the first big teaser for “Thor: Love and Thunder” just came out. At last the promise of Jane Foster becoming Thor like in Marvel Comics during the 2010s is being fulfilled. And to sweeten the deal especially for LEGO collectors, the tie-in sets have been hyped recently. They’ve also been a nice source of spoilers for the upcoming MCU movie’s plot. One of them, Attack on New Asgard, has been around in certain outlets since March. Now, LEGO’s got a listing for it.
As told by Brick Fanatics, there’s now an official LEGO.com product listing for Attack on New Asgard (76207). This is one of the upcoming LEGO Marvel tie-ins for “Thor: Love and Thunder.” Much like several other LEGO sets lately, it’s shown up in other stores before LEGO’s official reveal. Fortunately, the official launch date is within this month at least. Attack on New Asgard (76207) is a battle-scene set giving us good looks at the film characters. Thor and his one-time GF Jane Foster, now the Mighty Thor, both look good. Main baddie Gorr the God-Butcher and that buildable monster come across as menacing too.
And now, we have the official listing details right here:
Attack on New Asgard (76207)
Age 7+ | 159 pieces | 3 minifigures | $19.99 | Coming April 26
- Super-Hero monster battles – With LEGO® Marvel Attack on New Asgard (76207), kids can be part of the Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder movie action
- Iconic Marvel characters – Includes Thor, Mighty Thor and Gorr minifigures, plus a buildable Shadow Monster with jointed arms and claws for imaginative play and display
- Endless play possibilities – Kids recreate movie scenes and play out adventures of their own as they battle the twisting, turning, grabbing, nipping Shadow Monster
Just so you know, “Thor: Love and Thunder” stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Christian Bale. They play Thor, Jane/Mighty Thor and Gorr respectively, as depicted in the set above. This MCU blockbuster premieres on July 8.