It looks like there may be hope for those that found the Lex Luthor figure included in 6862 Superman vs. Power Armor Lex a little bland. I mean, who shows up to battle Superman in a three piece suit? Ok, so they did scrap on occasion in more formal attire and sometimes even in ridiculous shirtless bare-knuckle boxing matches. However, don’t get too excited just yet (I mean about the figure, not the shirtless boxing) because this deal has only popped up on the Australian EB Games site so far and even if the same deal gets offered in other countries it still means pre-ordering the LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes game at full price. I love the LEGO games and if this offer hits Canada it will be the first time I buy one without waiting for the usual price drop, but I just wouldn’t want to risk missing out on this classic look. Fingers crossed!
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Not seen on any lists of the upcoming LEGO Super Heroes DC line up that I’m aware of, forum member
Dano Anonymous Tipster pointed out the abrubt appearence of this set on LEGO Shop@Home. At $40 US for 380 pieces and five oustanding figures I’d much rather pick this set up than the 6863 Batwing Battle Over Gotham City set. The site says it will be available December 15th and I for one see this as the only other must have besides the solitary Sumperman/Wonder Woman set 6862 Superman vs Power Armour Lex.
Harley Quinn for the win folks.
edit by onions: who the heck is Sumperman?
edit by buriedbybricks: he’s like Superman, but kryptonite has no affect on him?
Listings have been discovered on Amazon.fr, giving some nice images of the 2012 LEGO Super Heroes Sets. Click through to see larger images.
Found via Brick Heroes.
Thanks to Australian toy website, Hobbyco, we now have a more complete picture of what 2012 will bring in regards to the other licensed themes. Please note that the prices you see in the screen caps above and below are in Australian dollars. Super Heroes is rounding out quite nicely with the Avengers’ Quinjet on the Marvel side, while DC’s offerings seem to be awash with Batman sets. There’s also a listing for the ‘Ultrabuild’ Hero Factory-type of Constraction sets that were shown at Comic Con. Cars doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon much to my delight. Assuming some of these are slated for January, they should start showing up sometime in December.
Hat tip to BrickTuts for the heads up.