In my last review of the LEGO Marvel Eternals sets, we check out the largest set in the wave with Rise of the Domo (76156). It has 1,040 pieces and retail for $89.99. Since the movie has been out for a few weeks now, there may be some spoilers.
The set has six minifigures which are Phastos, Makkari, Druig, Sersi, Thena, and Ikaris. Phastos has on the purple outfit with some intricate patterns on both sides of the torso and legs. His double-sided head shows him with a stern look on one side and an angry expression on the other.
Makkari has the red and gray outfit with similar printing as the other Eternals. She has a smirk on one side and a questioning expression on the other.
Druig has the black and red outfit and he has one of the more cooler designs out of all the Eternals. His double-sided head shows him with a stern look on one side and an angry look on the other.
Sersi has on the green outfit that pops more than the other Eternals. What I mean is that the green looks really good with the designs. Her double-sided head shows her with a smile on one side and a stern look on the other.
Thena has the tan outfit and the metallic-gold designs don’t really shine like it does for the other characters. Her double-sided head shows her with a smile on one side and an angry expression on the other.
Lastly, we have Ikaris who is in a few other sets and he has the exact same outfit. His double-sided head shows him with a smile on one side and an angry look on the other.
The first part of the build is a ground Deviant. Compared to the Deviants in the other sets, this one looks a bit more cooler. The head and the back still have stickers showing off some of the details. The back has some of the glitter blade pieces. The legs are on ball joints so there is a lot of motion that you can have for action poses.
The other build is Kro who is pretty underwhelming in the movie and in the build. The arms and legs are pretty lanky which is on par with other Deviants in the theme and they are on ball joints.. They do have lots of horns and blade pieces throughout that enhances his detailing. There are also plenty of stickers to make his body not look bland. One of his hands is a regular fist but the other uses teeth and horn pieces to make it look like tentacles. Lastly we have the printed head which uses a very specific molded piece.
Finally we have the Domo which is the ship used by the Eternals. Call it what you want but the triangular ship does look like a pizza slice. The main color scheme of it is dark gray, light gray, and sand blue with some trans-opalescent parts sprinkled in. There are six different flaps that open up to reveal the details inside the ship. The top of the ship has some nice detailing but unfortuantely, they uses a lot of stickers to achieve it. The cockpit is very typical with the stickered panels.
The main flap opens up from the back with the other flaps opening up individually on the sides. Here is reveals a totally different color scheme with the dark green and sand green. The open concept interior is separated by a couple of pillars in the middle. There’s more of the circular detailing on the floor as well which are also stickers.
The main thing your eye goes to is the center console in the back is what could be the thing that creates the Eternals. On the opposite side of the room is a small brick-built Arishem holding a non-recognizable Eternal, perhaps Ajax or Sersi. There’s an interesting usage of some roller skates for Arishem’s head.
The side panels open up to reveal some of the Eternals’ weapons including Thena’s glaive, Gilgamesh’s fist, and some additional swords.
The back of the ship opens up to reveal some recent inventions such as a coffee maker, metal detector, a video game control, and some microphones.
Overall the LEGO Marvel Eterals Rise of the Domo (76156) is a decent set. Kro and the other smaller Deviant are subpar especially when Kro is one of the main antagonists in the movie but the Domo itself brings the set as a whole to a respective level. Although the ship is fairly small, it does have enough room to fit all six Eternals that are in the set as well as the ones that aren’t in this set. Although the price per piece ratio is decent, I feel it’s still a little expensive for what you get and would wait for a sale.
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