The LEGO Group has revealed their all-new Spider-Man Daily Bugle (76178) set, which is essentially a miniature replica of the iconic newspaper building, complete with editor J. Jonah Jameson’s, and Peter Parker’s offices. Standing 2.7ft (82cm) tall and consisting of 3,772-pieces, it’s exquisitely detailed both inside and out, with the set comprised of three floors, the front street as well as the back alley.
Plus, the whole set has a modular design, which means you can remove walls and floors to check in on the action within. Inside, you’ll find the iconic ground floor entrance that can even be destroyed to look like an explosion occurred. The newsroom on the first floor includes all the office furniture you’d expect, like desks, computers, donuts and many other treats. Climb up to the second floor to take on the villainous Green Goblin who can be seen breaking a window to get to Peter Parker’s office where his camera lies waiting. Plus, you get 25 minifigures, including Spider-Man, Gwen Stacy, Venom, Mysterio, Doctor Octopus, Daredevil and Blade. Available June 1st, priced at $299.99 from LEGO Stores and online.
- LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Spider-Man's Monster Truck vs. Mysterio (76174) brings together 4 favorite characters from the Spider-Man movies and an almighty monster truck for spectacular superhero action and adventures
- Includes Spider-Man, Doctor Octopus, Mysterio and Spider-Gwen minifigures, a monster truck with super-suspension and roof-top net launcher, plus 2 buildable drones, each with 2 shooters
- Kids can build, play and create scenes with their supercool superhero action set to display in their room
I was seven years old when I was given my first Spider-man comic and I have always had an image of creating a LEGO model of the Daily Bugle and having Spidey and his Amazing Friends in conflict with his various enemies. One of my favorite elements is the Green Goblin flying inside the building through the window. Being able to design a moment of frozen action like this in a LEGO set has always been a dream and I finally got to make it happen!,” said Mark John Stafford, LEGO Set Designer.