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LEGO Wonder Woman 1984 Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah (76157) Set Revealed

Amazon Spain has revealed a brand new LEGO set for the Wonder Woman 1984 movie with the Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah (76157). The set has 371 pieces and is priced at €39.99. The set features a bunker along with a satellite and it has minifigures of Wonder Woman in Golden Eagle Armor, Cheetah, and Maxwell Lord.

Update: It appears this set is a Target exclusive and stores are starting to sell it.


LEGO DC: Shazam! – Magic & Monsters Trailer Released

Syfy has released a first look at the upcoming direct-to-home movie LEGO DC: Shazam! – Magic & Monsters. Shazam gets to star in his own LEGO animated movie now and is voiced by Sean Astin. The premise of this movie is that Black Adam and Mr. Mind along with the Monster Society of Evil turn the Justice League into kids. The minifigures even got short legs and there are also vehicles that could be in the LEGO Mighty Micros line if it continued on.

LEGO DC: Shazam! – Magic & Monsters releases this spring and Target is the only place so far you can pre-order it in the US. If you’re in the UK, Amazon has it up as well. If you remember from last year, there was a Shazam (30623) polybag that surfaced online but we didn’t know where it came from or where to get it. Perhaps it could be included in the Digital/Blu-Ray Combo Pack.


LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile (76139) Available at Target

The LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile (76139) is now available at Target and if you’re a RedCard member, you can save an additional 5% off. The Batmobile has been a very popular set since it was released last year and I’m a little surprised to see it over at Target. A 5% discount isn’t much but saving $12 on it and get free shipping is better than nothing unless you have a lot of LEGO VIP points to spend.


The Batman Batmobile Revealed by Matt Reeves – How Will it Look in LEGO Form?

Yesterday The Batman director Matt Reeves gave us a first look at the Batmobile from the movie. I’m not sure if LEGO will be doing any sets for this movie but more than likely they will since they’re pretty big on Batman. The Batmobile doesn’t have the classic feel to it and it has a suped up engine on the back. If LEGO does decide to release a set for The Batman, I wonder how they would do it, especially with the engine. The film releases on June 25, 2021 so they still have time to plan out the design.


LEGO DC Comics Rumored 2020 Sets

Yesterday, we talked about some of the rumored summer 2020 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets and now there is information of some of the LEGO DC Comics sets. The list isn’t as comprehensive as the Marvel one but and there could be more but this is the info we have so far from Promobricks. All of these sets are said to be released in June. Again, these are all rumors until LEGO announces them or they show up on verified retailers.

Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah (76157) – €39.99 – Set for the Wonder Woman 84 movie
4+ Batman: Penguin Pursuit (76158) – €9.99 – Includes Batman and Penguin
Batman: Joker’s Trike Chase (76159) – €49.99 – Includes Batman, Robin, Joker
Batman: Mobile Bat-Base (76160) – €89.99 – Includes Batman, Batgirl, red Nightwing, Mr. Freeze, Bronze Tiger, Man-Bat


LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile (76139) Designer Video

The LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile (76139) has been available for a week now but LEGO today has released the designer video for the set. LEGO designers Chris Perron and Adam Grabowski along with graphic designer Ioana Popescu talk about some of the details that are in the set. I’m still waiting for my set to come in the mail and I’m very excited to start building it. The Batmobile is still available for purchase on LEGO [email protected] and you can also get the Mini Gingerbreak House (40337) for free with your purchase.


LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile – Limited Edition (40433) Building Instructions Now Available

If you weren’t able to get the LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile – Limited Edition (40433) set this past weekend due to it selling out quickly, you’ll be glad to know that LEGO has provided the building instructions for download. You’ll be glad to know that none of the parts are exclusive so you can easily build this set if you source out the parts from BrickLink. If you wish to have a sealed copy of the set, expect to pay upwards of $70 on the secondary market. Thanks to Joseph for the heads up.

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