In my next review of the LEGO Marvel Eternals sets, I have the second smallest set in the wave with the Deviant Ambush (76154). The set has 197 pieces and retails for $24.99.
There are three minifigures in this set, Thena, Makkari, and Gilgamesh. Thena has on a tan colored outfit with some metallic printing on both sides of the torso and on the legs. The legs also has some printing of the sash that goes down from the waistband. She has a double-sided head with a normal look on one side and a very angry expression on the other. Her accessory is a transparent orange glaive.
Makkari has on a mostly gray outfit with red accents throughout. Her double-sided head shows a stern look on one side and a questioning expression on the other. Her accessory is a trans-orange Power Blast piece.
Last we have Gilgamesh who dons a very nice looking pearl-gold and green outfit. Like with the others, the designs on it are unique none of them are the same as the other. He has a double-sided head with a smile on one side and a stern look on the other. I do also like the 5 o’clock shadow printing on his face. His accessories are a pair of fists. He is exclusive to this set.
The only thing for the build is the ground Deviant. It was shown briefly in the trailer along with the flying Deviant and like with the other one, it’s hard to make out the coloring and hence we get something that has mishmash of various colors.
It is six-legged with the front arms ones being very large while the hind legs are very thin. All the joins are on ball joints so you can get a wide variety of motion with it. The inner arms do utilize the new glitter curved pieces which gives it a nice look. The outer part of the arms and legs use stickers to give it more detail.
The head has more definition than the flying Deviant from the Eternals’ Aerial Assault (76145). The head is also on a ball joint while the mouth and horns are on hinges. I’m not actually sure if they’re horns or ears but they can move all the way up and down. The eyes and the top of the head are stickers as well.
There isn’t that much going on for the torso but behind the head are more of the glitter curve pieces. The back side of the Deviant has one more sticker.
Overall, the LEGO Marvel Deviant Ambush (76154) is an okay set that is a little better than the Aerial Assault. Since the movie hasn’t released yet, we don’t really get a good look at the Deviant and how it looks but it’s a decent model. The minifigure selection is good but only one is exclusive to this set.
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