LEGO are famous for spoilers and the latest Infinity War sets that are now officially available are no exception.

While we have a love/hate relationship with LEGO sets from our favourite scenes for spoiling movies before we have had a chance to see them *cough* Civil War Giant Man *cough* we also sometimes end up being surprised as the sets are often commissioned before the film has been completed.

What does this mean? We’ll it’s our clever way of telling you that the following sets may contain spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War so if you continue be warned. But also sometimes sets can be based on things that are no longer in the movie when it gets released. Either way, proceed at your own risk.

Outrider Dropship Attack (76101)

Outrider Dropship Attack set

Starting with the smallest set which we are expecting to be part of the big end battle of the movie, the Outrider Dropship comes with what we think to be the nameless minions of Thanos, Outriders.

Clearly part of the Wakandian battle this set also comes with Black Widow and the new shield packing Captain America who is carrying not one but a shield for each wrist.

This set has the RRP of $19.99 AUD.

Thor’s Weapon Quest (76102)

Continuing on from the events of Thor Ragnarok clearly Thor is hammerless and in need of something to face Thanos. Straight from the comics the new hammer gives us some serious Beta Ray Bill vibes with Stormbreaker.

Thor’s Weapon Quest set

While it may be more following the Ultimate Thor (or the War Thor hammer), Rocket and Groot also being part of this set may suggest that the Hammer is something otherworldly rather than just handy in that Asgardian escape ship.

This set has the RRP of $39.99 AUD.

The Hulkbuster Smash-Up (76104)

The Hulkbuster Smash-Up set

When you think Hulkbuster you wouldnt really think small but this set is one of the smaller of the new sets. Featuring Bruce Banner, Falcon, and Proxima Midnight the most interesting part of this set is no Tony Stark which might be a spoiler considering who else is in the set.

While not quite on the same level of the LEGO Avengers 10 year celebration Age of Ultron Hulkbuster. This set makes us happy on many levels (not the least being the idea of more Hulkbuster armor on the big screen.

This set has the RRP of $49.99 AUD.

Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack (76101)

Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack set

Also set in Wakanda the Corvus Claive Thresher Attack is the first building set which is set on the Wakandian defences with one of Thanos’ Black Order (Corvus Glaive) against a host of heroes.

While we are happy to return to Wakanda and are sure after the success of Black Panther we are not the only ones but Black Panther’s sister Shuri is definitely a highlight of this set and hopefully the film to come.

This set has the RRP of $59.99 AUD.

Thanos: Ultimate Battle (76107)

The second Guardians set the only set to include Thanos this set gives us so many things that we want from a LEGO tie-in. Not only does this set compliment the others so well (almost no double-ups of characters) but it also includes an awesome Infinity Gauntlet which includes spots for gems and can replace the Thanos’ minifig hand to be able to wear the gauntlet.

Thanos: Ultimate Battle set

As one of the larger sets this includes a new look armour for Iron Man and hopefully means more of the Guardian’s in the film than just giving Thor a lift.

This set has the RRP of $119.99 AUD.

Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown (76108)

Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown set

The final and largest set gives us more of what we want with Doctor Strange and Spider-Man being the centre focus. Including the only double up in the entire release with Iron Man the set tells us we are going to see plenty of the Iron Spider which also features the extra arms that we know so well from the comics.

The largest set featuring the Sanctum Sanctorum, clearly puts the action in New York as we have seen early in the main trailer (and not just because of the Daredevil newpaper heading easter egg hidden in this set).

This set has the RRP of $169.99 AUD.

Andrew B

Current Resident of Reality C-137. Possible Robot from Westworld. Does lots of random stuff.