Create a delightful Venice scene & then cause chaos with Hydro-Man!
This Spider-Man playset includes 4 Marvel Universe minifigures: MJ, Peter Parker, Mysterio and Hydro-Man, plus a LEGO rat figure.
This LEGO Marvel Spider-Man construction toy features a Venice scene with a canal-side caf, bridge, gondola and a buildable water base for Hydro-Man.
Caf features a tower with attachment points for minifigures and web elements, rooftop garden with plant elements, buildable coffee machine and outside space.
Outside space features an explode function, buildable table, coffee cup, pizza slice and newspaper elements, 2 minifigure seats, buildable street lamp and flower elements.
Bridge features an explode function, attachment points for minifigures and web elements, sewer with LEGO rat figure, pizza slice element and a gem element.
The gondola has 2 minifigure seats and an oar element.
Activate the caf and bridge explode functions to send minifigures flying into the canal.
Take apart and build up Hydro-Mans water base to elevate him to different heights.
This superhero playset includes Mysterios 2 power energy elements for imaginative play.
Accessory elements include Peter Parkers interchangeable Spider-Man minifigure head, plus 9 assorted Spider-Man web elements to customise your builds, minifigures and weapons.
Peter Parker, Mysterio and Hydro-Man are new for May 2019.
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Venice scene measures over 6 (17cm) high, 9 (25cm) wide and 3 (9cm) deep.
Gondola measures over 1 (3cm) high, 3 (9cm) long and 1 (3cm) wide.
Hydro-Mans buildable water base measures over 2 (7cm) high, 2 (6cm) wide and 2 (6cm) deep.
Christchurch Brick Shop is a family run business based in Christchurch, New Zealand. The store was founded in 2007, and in 2022 Hayley and Hayden took over running it. For the past fourteen years, they have had another unrelated business (a translation company), and prior to that, before the earthquakes, had the Cathedral Café (the cafe attached to the Christ Church Cathedral) and a successful Subway store.
With three teenagers, they are no strangers to the joy of LEGO as it has been a staple Christmas present in their home for many years, with anything Harry Potter always a firm favourite. The whole family is currently working on the Eiffel Tower together.
They source collectable and out of production LEGO sets from all over the world, leveraging the expertise of LEGO and e-commerce to bring these to their customers.