In my first review of the LEGO Marvel Eternals sets, we have the Eternals’ Aerial Assault (76145). It is the smallest set in the wave coming in at 133 pieces and it retails for $9.99.
There are only two minifigures in this set, Ikaris and Sprite. Ikaris is in a blue outfit with a lot of gold accent details on both sides of the torso as well as on the legs. He has a double-sided head with the usual smile on one side and an angry expression on the other. His accessories are a pair of power blasters that can shoot from his hands.
Sprite is in the form of a child and has on a turquoise colored tunic with an interesting design on the chest. She also has a double-sided head with a smile on one side and a scared expression on the other.
There is only one thing for the build and it is the winged Deviant. Not much is known about them at this time but it was shown a few times in the trailer. The torso is pretty small and all the joints are on ball joints. The arms have some details in the form of stickers and the hands uses some pearl-gold claw pieces. The crotch and legs also have stickers that are similar to the ones on the arms. There’s really nothing too special here.
The head has a bit more detail and I do like the shape of it. It sort of reminds me of Anubis with the claw ears pointing up. Again, the detailing for the face is on a sticker where there are four eyes.
Lastly, we have the wings which uses some new blade pieces that have a glitter finish to them. It does change color depending on the angle you look at it which goes from a yellowish hue to a blue. The Deviant has 12 of them and you get an extra one as a spare. To be honest, I think the wings are the best part on the beast.
There’s really not much to say about the LEGO Marvel Eternals’ Aerial Assault (76145) except that I’m not really feeling it. I’m sorry to whoever designed the set but the Deviant looks like a child created it. I’ll give LEGO a little credit because they probably didn’t have much to go on before designing it and I really like the new wing pieces. The minifigures are decent and Sprite is exclusive to this set however since Ikaris is the leader, he’s in a few other sets. I wouldn’t recommend this set unless it goes on sales.
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