LEGO Releases Official Building Instructions of LEGO SDCC 2018 Exclusives

As much as I would love to have been present at the recently concluded San Diego Comic-Con 2018, unfortunately, I simply can’t make it half-way around the world to join what could be the world’s largest gathering of super cool comic book fans. I guess it safe to assume that I’m not the only one having these sentiments considering that the annual SDCCs have drawn throngs of fans not only in the US, but also around the world. And for those who are geographically challenged to experience this one-of-a-kind fan convention, LEGO seems to have a soft spot for these challenges is very keen to them as well. Having an active presence throughout the annual SDCCs for the past few years, it has been customary for LEGO and other exhibitors, to release certain comic-con exclusives that you’ll never find anywhere else. These year’s SDCC exclusive sets come from LEGO’s largest licensed themes such as those coming from Marvel, DC Comics and Star Wars. Though these 2018 LEGO SDCC exclusive sets are made up of LEGO parts and pieces that you can easily find from your own LEGO bin, the look and feel of its packaging gives it an undeniable air of rare exclusivity. Like them or hate them, LEGO takes its fan base very seriously and has now made available the building instructions to create your very own LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Cockpit (75512), LEGO DC Super Heroes Aquaman and Storm (75996), and my personal favorite, the LEGO Marvel Ant-Man and the Wasp (75997) sets.

Check out these official building instructions for the above mentioned LEGO SDCC 2018 exclusives, and see if you can build them using your own LEGO bricks and pieces. Click on the set names below to directly access and/or download these instructions in pdf file format.

LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Cockpit (75512)

203 pieces

Building Instructions


LEGO DC Super Heroes Aquaman and Storm (75996)

197 pieces

Building Instructions


LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Ant-Man and the Wasp (75997)

218 pieces

Building Instructions


What’s your most liked among these SDCC 2018 LEGO exclusives? Share thoughts and suggestions in the comments below.

Happy building!

Author: Albert Balanza

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

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