Super Hero action at Doctor Strange s magical HQ
Fans of Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: No Way Home playset can amaze their friends with LEGO® Marvel Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop (76185). With authentic details, awesome accessories and a monster bug to battle, the set inspires endless imaginative play and impressive displays.
Doctor Strange’s action-packed HQ
The Master of the Mystic Arts’ cellar is filled with fun items to engage fans of the Marvel movies and encourage endless creative roleplay. There are cool tools, bicycles, a game controller, candelabra, boom box, mystical glowing stone, plus lots more magical surprises for kids to discover. The set includes 4 popular minifigures: Spider-Man, MJ, Wong – and Doctor Strange wearing the Cloak of Levitation. Play possibilities are expanded further with a buildable, giant bug monster with gripping claws. For more building fun, the free LEGO Building Instructions app includes digital Instructions PLUS, which allows kids to zoom, rotate and visualize their playset as they build.
Marvel fans can amaze their friends with LEGO® Marvel Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop (76185), featuring the Super Hero sorcerer’s activity-packed cellar.
Includes 4 minifigures: Spider-Man, MJ, Wong and Doctor Strange (with a fabric cloak).
There is an amazing assortment of accessories to inspire imaginative roleplay, including cool tools, bicycles, a game controller, candelabra, boom box and a mystical glowing stone.
A buildable, giant bug monster with gripping claws expands the play possibilities even further.
An ideal birthday, holiday or just-because gift for Marvel movie fans aged 7 and up that will be admired by all who see it.
Doctor Strange’s fun-filled, magical cellar measures over 3 in. (9 cm) high, 8 in. (22 cm) wide and 8 in. (22 cm) deep and combines easily with other LEGO® Marvel sets.
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