In our last review of the LEGO Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 sets, we check out The New Guardians’ Ship (76255) which has 1,108 pieces and retails for $99.99.
There are five minifigures in the set, Star-Lord, Mantis, Drax, Nebula, and Adam Warlock. I won’t go in-depth for the Guardians as they all have the same torso and legs but they all have their unique accessories and heads with Star-Lord and Mantis having double-sided heads. Nebula does have a different arm for her robotic one.
Adam Warlock, however, is a new minifigure to the line. He has a color scheme of pearl-gold and dark red which is a little different from the movie had more of a gold and brown color scheme. The top of the torso does have the skull that holds his cape. He has a double-sided head showing an evil smile on one side and a stern look on the other. Both sides also shows him with a stone on the forehead. His accessories include a pair of blue power blasts.
The whole build is basically for the Bowie which has a teal, magenta, and gray color scheme. The front cockpit area has a dark red windshield and can fit minifigures inside which is complete with computer panels. Below the cockpit is another hatch for the minifigures to get out the ship.
The back part of the ship resembles a pair of giant circular saws. Each of the thrusters can move independently of each other. In the middle of the rings on the sides are some panels that open up to reveal some clips to hold the characters’ accessories.
On the side of the cockpit are some smaller ships that are able to detach. These triangular ships are the exact same and can fit one minifigure.
Lastly, there a simple black display stand for the ship to plug into on the bottom.
Overall, the LEGO Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy The New Guardians’ Ship (76255) is somewhat a mediocre set given the price point. The are some play features on the ship and it’s fairly swooshable by holding the main thruster. Four of the minifigures are exclusive to this set including Adam Warlock which is a new character for the LEGO Marvel line. The build of the ship itself was pretty boring as you basically build the same areas since it’s everything is symmetrical.
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