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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes More 2018 Product Images

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Superman Krypto Team-Up (76096)

These images were released last week at San Diego Comic Con 2017 but there are now more product images of the upcoming LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes 2018 sets.


76096 Superman™ & Krypto™ Team-Up – $19.99

Join Krypto™ the Super-Dog’s bid to release Superman™ with this LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes Superman & Krypto Team-Up set, featuring Lobo’s Space Hog bike, a Kryptonite prison, buildable red Power Unit and assorted translucent-green Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifigures. Fire the Space Hog bike’s stud shooters and use its bomb-dropping function to activate the prison’s explode function. This awesome set also includes 2 minifigures and a Krypto the Super-Dog figure.

Includes Superman™ and Lobo™ minifigures, plus a buildable Krypto™ the Super-Dog figure.
Lobo’s Space Hog bike features a minifigure seat, 2 Kryptonite stud shooters, bomb-dropping function, and 2 adjustable boosters.
Kryptonite prison features 2 translucent-green prison walls and an explode function.
Use the bomb dropped from Lobo’s Space Hog to activate the prison’s explode function.
Includes 10 assorted translucent-green Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifigures.
Also includes the buildable red Power Unit.
Krypto™ the Super-Dog figure is new for January 2018.
Connect the Kryptonite prison to the 76097 Lex Luthor™ Mech Takedown set for even more Justice League action.
Space Hog measures over 3” (9cm) high, 7” (20cm) long and 4” (11cm) wide.
Kryptonite prison measures over 2” (7cm) high, 4” (11cm) wide and 1” (5cm) deep.

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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Lex Luthor Mech Takedown (76097)

76097 Lex Luthor™ Mech Takedown – $39.99

Team up with the Justice League heroes to grab the Power Unit back from Cheetah™ with this LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes Lex Luthor™ Mech Takedown set. The Lex Luthor Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit/escape pod, adjustable 6-stud rapid shooter and attachment points for 3 collectible Power Unit elements. This action-packed set also includes Batman’s Bat Glider with 2 stud shooters, the buildable green Power Unit, 5 minifigures, plus assorted translucent-orange Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifigures.

Includes 5 minifigures: Lex Luthor™, Batman™ (in Rebirth costume), Wonder Woman™, Firestorm™ and Cheetah™.

Lex Luthor™ Mech features an opening minifigure cockpit/escape pod, posable legs, arms and fingers, adjustable 6-stud rapid shooter, buildable axe, attachment points for 3 collectible Power Unit elements, plus an attachment point for the Kryptonite prison featured in 76096 Superman™ & Krypto™ Team-Up.

The mech’s escape pod has fold-out wings, an attachment point for a Power Unit element and 2 detachable guns.
Bat Glider features an attachment point for the Batman™ minifigure, 2 stud shooters and translucent-yellow light-style elements.
Includes 10 assorted translucent-orange Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifigures.
Also includes the buildable green Power Unit.
Attach the buildable red and blue Power Units from the 76096 Superman™ & Krypto™ Team-up and 76098
Speed Force Freeze Pursuit sets to the Lex Luthor™ Mech.
Weapons include Batman’s Batarang, Wonder Woman’s lasso and Cheetah’s spear.
Batman™ minifigure (in Rebirth costume) is new for January 2018.
Connect to the Kryptonite Prison in the 76096 Superman™ & Krypto™ Team-up set to the Lex Luthor™ Mech for even more Justice League action.
Lex Luthor™ Mech measures over 7” (19cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Escape pod measures over 2” (6cm) high, 1” (4cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide.
Bat Glider measures over 2” (6cm) high, 1” (3cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.

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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Speed Force Freeze Pursuit (76098)

76098 Speed Force Freeze Pursuit – $29.99

Dash with The Flash™ to catch Reverse-Flash™ and match the awesome CyborgCopter against Killer Frost’s Ice Car with the LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes Speed Force Freeze Pursuit set. The CyborgCopter features a net shooter and detachable weapons to also use as minifigure weapons and the Ice Car has an adjustable bulldozer blade and 2 stud shooters. Play out a Justice League vs. villains battle for the blue Power Unit with 4 minifigures and assorted translucent-ice-blue Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifiigures.

Includes 4 minifigures: The Flash™, Reverse-Flash™, Cyborg™ and Killer Frost™.
CyborgCopter features an opening minifigure cockpit, rotor blade, net shooter, detachable dual stud shooter and detachable radar to also use as minifigure weapons, and translucent-red light-style elements,
Killer Frost’s Ice Car features a minifigure seat, adjustable bulldozer blade, dual stud shooters and translucent-ice-blue elements.
Includes 10 assorted translucent-ice-blue Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifigures.
Also includes the buildable blue Power Unit.
Weapons include The Flash’s 2 Power Blasts.
Combine with 76096 Superman™ & Krypto™ Team-up and 76097 Lex Luthor™ Mech Takedown for even more Justice League action.
CyborgCopter measures over 3” (8cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide.
Killer Frost’s Ice Car measures over 2” (7cm) high, 5” (15cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide.

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  • CadeSky

    Very excited for this batch of sets! Minifigs look great. Cyborg’s suit has really been simplified though, hasn’t it? Batman is of course missing a cape, but that’s okay. Glad to see the Rebirth design on him (or most of it lol).

  • amatheney

    I think a lot of this series looks really cheap. Except for WW all the legs of this series are generic solid colors. Cyborg doesn’t have the cool arm that they gave him in Justice League Movie sets, Cheetah doesn’t have exposed claw feet, no hero has dual-molded “boot” legs. I’m happy for finally getting a Cheetah, and Firestorm, but rather than Cyborg it would have been nice to get Black Canary, Hawkgirl, or any other figure they hadn’t given us yet. I’m holding out hope that all these “power units” are part of a larger build coming later in the year that involves some kind of large scale battle of Justice League vs Legion of Doom. Kinda like how each Monster Hunter set came with a monster cystal, and they were all part of a dimensional gateway in the Vampyre Mansion.

  • Gomek

    Agree with a lot of the posters. We didn’t need another Cyborg, and would have much rather any of a 100 other characters that haven’t been produced.

    Very excited to get Lobo, and glad I didn’t buy the Lobo custom I was considering.

    Also doesn’t this firestorm have the body of the other firestorm?

    • Norse Highlander

      To each their own opinion. We are also seeing a lot of new characters here and we could still use a proper Teen Titans set, so I for one really don’t mind him. At least they seem to be getting the message that they have exhausted Batman.

      • Gomek

        I think we’re more in agreement than not. I’m with you on the Teen Titans. My point is more that I love the new characters, but we already have Cyborg in two sets, and he’s not hard to get. Same with Flash. So swapping Cyborg for Raven, Kid Flash or even Aqualad would have been a plus for me (and sounds like you too?). and heck, maybe the lack of Cyborg would have helped the sales of the dimensions pack which always seems to be half price.

        (Also I’m not really a fan of the way they designed the Raven figure for Teen Titans Go Dimensions, so would have liked a regular Raven).

        And of course I couldn’t agree more with Batman.

        • Norse Highlander

          Remember Gorilla Grodd goes bananas? I didn’t get that set set do I any remorse on the matter. A set with Flash villains and the biggest things about it are a bat mecha and a sorry excuse of an invisible jet. It would have been a much better set if they replaced Batman with Kid Flash and used the mecha parts for a better invisible jet. That set is symbolic of their unhealthy obsession with Batman.

          With Cyborg in the upcoming Justice League movie, it is safe to say we’re going to seeing him for some time, so its going to have to be a pill we need to swallow.

          One thing I’d like to see in future sets is locational sets rather than vehicular sets. So far we’ve only had the batcave. We could still use a good set placed in the Fortress of Solitude, Titans Tower, Themyscira, Hall of Justice, and the Watchtower.

          That said, this series, and the trio currently out, show that they are really beginning to branch out from from the A-List of heroes and villains and we should consider that encouraging. Just be sure to get the Lobo set before they make an R movie about him because I’m quite sure that we’re never going to see Deadpool in a LEGO set ever again.

          • Gomek

            yeah, I thought the same thing about Lobo, so really happy to get that one.

            Also agree about the heroes. I get the feeling most of what Lego considers B-List is still firmly in what I consider A-List. Baby steps though. We’ll get there.

          • Norse Highlander

            Marvel also seemed to have trouble branching out initially, it was just less noticeable due to all the movie sets. I’m guessing Marvel collectors has had their share of Spider-Man as we have had of Batman.

          • Gomek

            As a collector of both, yes, it’s an issue with both. I don’t care as much about Iron Man, because that at least makes sense. But to have like 6 Captain Americas without a Daredevil, yes, it’s really frustrating.

    • Purple Dave

      Cyborg does seem a bit weird, especially since this is a totally new design coming only a few months after he gets another new design for the JL movie. However, he’s been elevated to default Justice League status across both movies and print, and he’s on the massively popular TTG series. Based on the helicopter and the latest JL trailer, I suspect he might also be one of the few DC superheroes outside of Gotham that can provide a _logical_ hook for a primary model across multiple sets. And he’s not white.

      Speaking of which, I’m not sure which Firestorms you’re referring to. It does look like his classic comic book costume, but the current Firestorm uses the body of Jason Rusch (who is black), and a quick search shows that at least some of the time he’s wearing a similar costume, including his appearance in the Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths animated movie.

  • JohnSB

    Why is it we are 40+ variants deep with Batman, but they keep recycling the same old parts for superman? I mean come on, some variety would be nice. I understand having to have at least one big name in a set, but spice him up a little for customers who already have 6 or 7.

    • Purple Dave

      Ironically, if you exclude the NYCC preview and SDCC Action Comics #1 releases, no two classic Superman minifigs are identical. So far, they’ve all had different heads or capes, and this one will have different hair. In fact, to date, Man of Steel is the only time you could get a 100% identical repeat of any Superman minifig (BvS had boots vs no boots, but the Justice League movie version looks like it could be a repeat of the Clash of Heroes Superman) But yeah, there is at least _SOME_ variation to the costume over the decades (the original look, in particular, had black filler in the “S” shield), so you’d think they could tweak the torso at least once, outside of the Mighty Micros line.

      As for Batman, just keep in mind that he’s the only DC superhero who actually maintains a wide variety of alternate, mission-specific costumes (which is where at least four of the non-TLBM Batmen came from). He’s also the subject of probably more than half of the Elseworlds titles (the source of Pirate Batman). Many of the more standard Batmen have been based on his various movie appearances (the Dark Knight trilogy alone is the source of four Batman minifigs). He’s the most popular superhero across any company, and he’s one of the few characters who has a wide variety of stuff that can be the focal build of a set (saving us from an endless line of sets that are just minifigs fighting next to some random bit of cityscape).