The Spider Trike vs Electo is a new Marvel Super Heroes set that will soon be available on retail. As you can see, it’s an entry set with only seventy pieces that features an interesting vehicle for Spider Man that will chase Electro, an awesome translucent blue villain that this time appears on top of a small flying platform.
I like it mostly for two reasons: the transparent electro is very beautiful and unusual, the light blue couldn’t be more appropriate and the body printings are very cool. The head for me is definitely the top, because it mixes the translucent with a great printed face with a scary smile and some really great forehead spokes.
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The official pictures of the new Marvel sets have finally been unveiled and gladly confirm the single image that has appeared a few days ago. Among five sets, there will be a lot of action, some really nice vehicles and a bunch of great mini-figures.
The detailed pictures show what I’ve noticed before, the Dock Ock Truck Heist (76015) with a green armored van and the Captain America vs Hydra (76017) with a big All Terrain vehicle are definitely amazing and absolutely my favorites.
This wave also includes an entry set, Spider Trike vs Electro (76014), the biggest of all, the Hulk Lab Smash 76018 with almost four hundred pieces and finally the Spider Helicopter rescue (76016) that features a very interesting and ...Continue Reading...
Five of the new Marvel sets have been recently spotted in an Australian catalogue showing some really nice vehicles. The image shows also the several mini-figures that will be included in each box as well as its availability in Australia (March and April) which makes me think that these sets will be available slightly earlier in other markets.
As far as I can see, I’m quite curious to see the new Spider-Trike vs Electo (76014) that will feature a really nice armored car and the Captain America vs Hydra (76015) that presents a huge All Terrain Vehicle. Please have a look at all of them: