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  1. Here is my review on LEGO Marvel Spider-Man No way home 76280 Spider-Man vs. Sandman: Final Battle: THE GOOD: Sandman is great with a fun build and lots of movements. Finally getting Lizard minifigure. Able to integrate into last year final battle set seamlessly. THE NOT SO GOOD: Very very expensive. Do we really need a repeat for Spider-Man & Electro? I wish this was part of the Final Battle set released last year. On its own, it's great with a very good Sandman build. And Sandman has a lot of movements and I especially love the movements you are able to do with the neck and arms. He also looks very menacing too. Having its own stand makes it a very good and lively display. The minifigures are great, and finally you get a Lizard minifigure. While it is well done, I do wish Lizard is a big fig. Spider-man and electro are nice too but if you have bought other sets, it;s very repetitive. I wish Spider-man is also a new variant. Now, it's clear this set must have designed as part of the Final Battle set, as it fits seamlessly into it without issues. This also the main issue, because on its own, this set cost $80NZD which is very very high. I rather pay more for a bigger than to be honest and I wouldn't have bought this if it wasn't a 30% off discount. If you really want a complete scene from no way home or the lizard minifig, then it's probably a set for you with a high price, otherwise if you just a casual fan and already satisfied with the final battle set, then you don't really need to spend on this set.
  2. Here is my review on 76261 Spider-Man Final Battle: THE GOOD: 3 generations of Spider-Man in one set! Pretty much all key characters from the movie are all in this set. Surprisingly detailed with fulfilling building experience. The scaffoldings are another surprise build with very realistic end results. Very lively display piece. THE NOT SO GOOD: Missing Lizard and Sandman (minifigure form). This set is very impressive indeed. It also turns out to be a little bit bigger than I expected based from the box art which is a good thing. Rarely you get a set from the Marvel theme which are non-D2C that is fun to build and great to display. First, the completed model looks very lively, the new curvy clear part really makes a difference here. There are lots of small detailed packed in the set which provide a fulfilling building experience. I have to admit that the head of Status of Liberty build is very similar to Welcome to Apocalypseburg one, and this probably prevented be to have an even better building experience. I'm also surprised on the scaffoldings, the way these are designed give them a very realistic feel to it. More over, this set comes with 9 minifigures, including all 3 generation of Spider-Man. And it also includes all other key major characters in the movie which is very rare LEGO do this. A bit sad there isn't Lizard or Sandman. Well, strictly speaking sandman is in this set just not in minifigure form. At $180 NZD, this is pretty good value with what you actually get. This is one of the best Marvel MCU based set in recent time and definitely recommended to everyone. A Must Have for MCU and Spider-Man fans.
  3. Hi everyone :) I'm a Star Wars guy first and foremost, but I started collecting Marvel stuff in 2017/18 in the run-up to Infinity War, and also began building Marvel MOCs. This is the first one I like enough to share it on here. It is obviously based on the Pizza building from the Sanctum set 76108. I used the tan wall-bricks and black windows as a base for the aesthetic of the building. Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place MOC - Presentation Img by Ephseb, on Flickr Front: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Front by Ephseb, on Flickr Rear, with fire ladders: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Rear by Ephseb, on Flickr Roof.. Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Roof by Ephseb, on Flickr ...with a secret exit for Spider-Man! Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Roof Trapdoor by Ephseb, on Flickr Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Roof Trapdoor & Spider-Man drawing by Ephseb, on Flickr Minifigures by Ephseb, on Flickr Pepe the Pizza Guy, Spider-Man, Peter Parker, Ned Leeds with his Lego Death Star, Aunt May Interior Pictures, Ground Floor: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Pizza Place by Ephseb, on Flickr Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Hidden Pizza Oven by Ephseb, on Flickr Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Stairs, Mailbox & Door open by Ephseb, on Flickr Interior Pictures, First Floor, Apartment: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Apartment 1 by Ephseb, on Flickr Interior Pictures, Second Floor, Peter's Room & Bathroom, Top View: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Apartment 2 by Ephseb, on Flickr Better View: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - It's got a washing machine! by Ephseb, on Flickr I hope you like it!
  4. Hey, everyone. Here's a tribute to my favorite hero, that I made out of my favorite toy. I built this in very early January, and it took me about one and a half weeks to complete. I just realized that the cheese slope at the bottom of his right-hand eye is facing the wrong direction, and it's bugging me out. The head is movable via a small ball joint. It may not be the most articulate thing ever, but I think it's pretty neat. Size comparison with a minifig: The model disassembled (and my very messy desk): The model also has attachable spider-sense tingles: And, last but not least, here's a much earlier version: Pete's come a long way, hasn't he? Thanks for reading!
  5. Hello, everyone! LEGO really likes making mechs for Marvel, so decided making two mechs who are actual from Marvel lore: SP//dr and the Leopardon! SP//dr is the mech created by Peni Parker in an alternate universe, and takes design notes from Evangelion units. I based on the comics design, not in the one from the animated movie: It can fit one spider-man minifigure inside, as you can see: Here's a close-up of the face: Leopardon, on the other side, is the giant mecha of Supaidaman, the hero from a tokusatsu series. Leopardon is actually the first mecha in this kind of shows ever! I design this based on LEGO line of small mechs: Fully articulated, Leopardon wields an energy sword on the right hand, and fits one minifigure inside its cockpit: Additionally, you can attach theTurning Arc in its right hand! Finally, a comparison of both mechs to my Spider figures: Thank you all, I hope you enjoy!
  6. Captain Nemo

    MOC - The Lair of the Green Goblin

    The Lair of the Green Goblin Hidden within the dark rafters of Osborn Manor is the devious home of the twisted Green Goblin! Here, in this "renovated" open-concept attic space, the Green Goblin can plan out his attacks on Spider-Man. Upon discovering the true secret identity of his web-crawling nemesis, Spider-Man, to be that of his son's best friend--Peter Parker--Norman Osborn (the alternate identity of the Green Goblin) is overtaken by rage! With the Goublin-Green formula racing through his veins, Norman pushes through the hidden mirror door and claws his way though the rafters; all while his hideous transformation takes hold. Tearing off his human form and applying his emerald armored skin, the Green Goblin emerges--to destroy not only Spider-Man...but Peter Parker too! With this build, I really wanted to show not only the home of Spider-Man's greatest enemy, but the transformation and creation of that enemy. This included showing not only the Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde inspired transformation scenes, but also the process of fully becoming the Green Goblin through the creation of his pumpkin bombs, various suits, and his iconic glider. Also, this is the first time I've used multiple minifigures in one build to depict one character throughout multiple scenes--and while it meant that I had to end up buying a bunch of extra goblins!--I think it turned out well. Interestingly the build is read right to left; the bottom half shows the creation on the equipment, while the top half shows the creation of the man (or goblin as it were)...which was totally planned from the start ( ) which is why it works so well. Not a coincidence at all. As I build primarily for canceled conventions now, I made sure with this build to cover every side and every face with as much detail as possible. Partly because I'm normally, generally, embarrassed by how basic my stuff seems at public conventions. Everyone builds way more detail than me! That's not a joke, I do feel my stuff is sometimes boring. But not this I say! Yes that is a hidden Venom reference! --- So anywho--thanks for checking this out! It was a rather fun build to put together.
  7. Barthezz Brick

    [MOC] City mocs - by Barthezz Brick

    Hi, In January 2018 I started on a new City Moc and after 3 months of building it was done. The final build is called; I Saw Spider-Man Today. If you like what you see give me a follow on; Flickr, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and/or Pinterest. I Saw Spider-Man Today - by Barthezz Brick 1 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr I Saw Spider-Man Today By Barthezz Brick 3 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr I Saw Spider-Man Today By Barthezz Brick 5 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr You can find more detailed pictures in the Flickr album. Greetings Barthezz Brick
  8. Another set, another review. 76129 Hydro Man Attack. THE GOOD: Exclusive Peter Parker figure with a half pulled up mask! Great design for the bridge and the building on the side. Love the tower build and the use of new piece to create the arch. Capture the vibe of Venice most importantly. THE NOT SO GOOD: Would love to have a more distinct figure for MJ. (especially hair piece) May be a variant of Mysterio? Too much angular edge on the small canoe/boat. Another great effort from LEGO. Would be even nicer if the RRP is $10 cheaper but having a set with such a great bridge and building on the side (and the build experience was fun too), take my money! I wish they include an unique hair piece for MJ but having a Peter Parker minifigure and the use of the beanie piece is brilliant. Highly recommended even you are not a Spider-Man fans.
  9. Here's our love letter to Stan Lee and Spider-Man
  10. Marvelous Spidey

    76108 Sanctum Sanctorum Combined (MOC)

    Ever since I first saw 76108 at the beginning of the year, I've wanted to make the Sanctum and Peter's apartment two distinct buildings. I picked up my first copy of the set when it released, but didn't want to spend full price on another one when I already had the minifigures. Recently, there was a sale on Amazon and I finally was able to pick up a second one and combine them! It was a fun challenge to make this new set and ten transform it into the back half of the buildings. I was able to finish the build with only the two sets and about two dozen or so pieces I had at my disposal, and there was a lot of trial and error. I hope you all like how it turned out! The only thing I'm not crazy about is the large window in the back of the bottom floor of the Sanctum, but I didn't have to pieces to really do much else.
  11. LEGO Stop Motion Movie "Spider-Man: Trunk Man's Challenge" I hope you will like and enjoy the film. More videos are on my Youtube channel. Thanks :) My other LEGO animation: "Avengers: Vulture Battle with Iron Man and Spider-man" - LEGO Stop Motion Movie "Grand Theft Auto" - LEGO Stop Motion Animation LEGO Stop Motion Movie "Spider-Man: Trunk Man's Challenge" LEGO Stop Motion Film-"I Will Get You..r......Hot Dog" LEGO Short Film--"The Bad Day Not Too Bad"
  12. Navyfriend

    Spider-Man 3 Final Battle

    file:///C:/Users/Cole Kennedy/Pictures/iPhone Pictures/Building Instructions [Spider-Man 3 Final Battle].html# <-- Here is the link to see the build. The reason I joined this site was so I could show off this build. This build was inspired by a build I found on here that was created by CM4Sci. His was a bit smaller, but still looked very good. However, I wanted to try and make one that I thought would fit the set better. This build contains 471 pieces and features 5 minifigures.
  13. This is a discussion relating to everything regarding the Infinity War lego sets that are to debut next year along side the release of the Avengers: Infinity War movie, releasing May 4, 2018. I can confirm that the Spider-Man minifigure in the IW line will in fact be his Iron Spider variant as seen at the end of Spider-Man Homecoming. This was confirmed by Mario_Power on Instagram, he has proven to be an incredibly reliable source in the past, so I trust him.
  14. So not being satisfied with the Goblin Gliders provided in the Ghost Rider and Bridge Battle sets I made my own, based on the ones used in the 90s Fox Kids cartoon that I grew up with. Enjoy Reference:
  15. MrLegoCollector

    MOC: Super Sandman

    I was glad Sandman wasn't a big fig since I always knew if they made him I'd want to make something like this, so I did. [/img]
  16. A stop-motion video I have spent month on making. I has been a great deal of fun and I hope that you will like it. It is a version of the comic book Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, witch I wasn't fully satisfied with. Please share your thoughts. Anyway, Deadpool wakes up after a beat down and realises that he has to kill every other superbeing in order to become the one.
  17. The Librarian

    Marvel mecha plus one

    So the sun was shining this Bank Holiday and I took advantage of it to photograph (badly) some of the Marvel Comics mecha that have been cluttering up my living room for the past month. First: the Inevitable Iron Man Hulkbuster. Hulkbuster Iron Man by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Fits one smug playboy philanthropist and exists mainly to see if I could. Hulkbuster Iron Man by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr But what's a giant fighting robot suit without another one to beat the rivets out of? Cue the Crimson Dynamo! Iron Man Vs Crimson Dynamo by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Based on the idea that the Dynamo is an enormous spacesuit gone crazy, as seen in the not-exactly-good Armored Adventures cartoon. The Crimson Dynamo by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Based on the idea that he never likes to be out-done, here's Doc Ock's Spider-Buster armour. Doc Ock's Spider-Buster by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr A not-quite standard torso for the minifigure inside: Doc Ock's Spider-Buster by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Scaling it down again, here's Hiro and Baymax from Big Hero 6. Hiro and Baymax by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Somewhat ungainly flight: Hiro and Baymax by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr And lastly, a giant Cyber King based on Lego Dimenions and Jared If only I remembered . . .'s MOC of the same name. Cyber King by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr With Cybermen for scale: Cyber King by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr More pictures on Flickr- do drop in! Enjoy!
  18. Hellfyre

    The Bridge Battle display

    Having recently bought the Spider-Man Bridge Battle set, I thought it would be amiss not to display it and make a chaotic diorama out of it. IMG_9275 by J G, on Flickr I'm not much of a MOCer (at least not anymore), so there's not much modification apart from the Sandman's 'sand hands', taken from that awful Sandman/ Rhino set. IMG_9282 by J G, on Flickr I'm glad the bridge comes with a birds nest on top, so I could make this lame joke with the Vulture. IMG_9292 by J G, on Flickr Ben Reilly's having some trouble keeping this taxi out of the water below, though his troubles are far from over. IMG_9285 by J G, on Flickr Whilst Spider-Girl faces off against the Scorpion and Kraven, Deadpool follows in the footsteps of the Great Oily Lord Ainsley Harriott and gives his meat a good old rub. IMG_9280 by J G, on Flickr Here is an under-shot of the entire thing. I had a lot of fun putting this together, and I can't recommend this set enough. IMG_9293 by J G, on Flickr Link to the album here;
  19. J. Jonah Jameson here. That dastardly villain AmperZand has been modding LEGO sets again! This time, he's gone too far. He's changed set 76058 Spider-Man Ghost Rider Team Up and we want to undo what he's done. Can you spot the differences between the set designed by LEGO and AmperZand's version? Readers of the Daily Bugle would sure appreciate your help. Note that both pictures below show AmperZand's version. LEGO's original can be seen here: Pictures © Peter Parker 2016
  20. I have been waiting for this set for quite a long time. When I saw when it was being released, I couldn't wait. I knew exactly what I was going to do with this. The Sinister/Insidious Six vs Spiderman and his Amazing Clones! And for the non purest, look away, some villains have made their way!
  21. My greetings and felicitations to you all. I am Rinzler, the humble squire of Eurobricks I am here to show you all the Lego-ised tribute to one of my favourite TV series of all time: The Amazing Spider-Man Nicholas Hammond (The Sound Of Music) played the Wall-Crawler in the unfortunately short-lived show. So, straight the point. Here they are: Spider-Man: (with and without belt) "He can do anything a spider can - he can climb walls and spin webs and he's very, very strong" And a better face decal And what would Spider-Man be without Peter Parker? "Anybody who has attempted to build an atomic bomb, has succeded on the first try" More decals will be following in the future, such as Mr White What do you think? Leave a comment and give credit if used
  22. I think this was my second mini movie. Camping in the wild and scary things will happen.with a twist (of course) in the end.
  23. Superheroes teams up for some construction work. Spider-man´s spider sense is not what it´s used to be.....
  24. LegoPercyJ

    (MOC) Spider-Man Vignette

    Just a little vignette I made to display my spare Spider-man minifigure. Enjoy.