LEGO Super Heroes The Milano vs. The Abilisk - 76081LEGO Super Heroes The Milano vs. The Abilisk - 76081

LEGO Super Heroes The Milano vs. The Abilisk - 76081


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Help Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax and Groot battle the Abilisk monster as they search for the Annulax batteries. Fire the Milano’s stud shooters and release the bombs to weaken the beast, then zoom Star-Lord in with his blasters to take the energy source—but watch out for its thrashing tentacles and chomping mouth!
Product name:LEGO Super Heroes The Milano vs. The Abilisk - 76081Product dimensions:10.32" H × 15.04" W × 2.22" LShipping dimensions:10.32" H × 15.04" W × 2.22" LShipping weight:1.65 lbs.UPC:673419266994

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 14


Rated 4 out of 5 by from My centerpiece Until I realize my dream of owning the helicarrier, this is the centerpiece of my MCU collection. I agree with other reviewers on the issue of overall/cockpit size but I don't think it's a deal breaker. I waited until it was on sale before buying so it was definitely worth the money. The creature makes a great play piece as well and my Drax Minifigure resides squarely in the mouth. The color scheme on the ship is perfect and definitely the eye catcher that i was looking for. The build was great and i love the way the wings attach making it a very sturdy ship. I do wish it had a rear hatch but not a biggie. My favorite marvel set since I've started collecting them.
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun and Unique Build This set was very unique and a fun build. Recommended for Guardians fans.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Milano vs. The Abilisk Overall this set was amazing but there were some flaws. The Milano looked just it did in the movie. The Abilisk was amazing with the moving arms. The stickers included really helped the set come alive. Groot was a lovely character to come in this set and I think was perfect. Nebula and Drax I think also had no flaws. The two characters I was disappointed in was Starlord and Gamora. The thing that was wrong about Gamora is she and Starlord have the same chest piece! For Starlord other than the same chest as Gamora his helmet is hideous. The last thing this set did to disappoint me was not every one could fit in the cockpit.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent set... I got this set at full price and it turned out to be bad use of my money. I’m not a big fan of the set as a whole. Here is everything. Mini figures Gamora: 7/10 The best part is the hair in black with pink detailing on it. The torso and leg printing is identical to Star-Lord’s torso and leg printing. Star-Lord: 9/10 He has really cool accessories and I like the inclusion of his hair and helmet. I would like it more though if his jet pack was detailed. Drax: 9.5/10 Drax is the best mini figure of the set because of printing on arms, all over the torso and on his head. The only downside is his accessories which are common pieces. Nebula: 7/10 The things holding her this low is the lack of printing and accessories. Baby Groot: 10/10 There is nothing I need to say about this one. This one is hands down phenomenal. Abilisk Overall: 8.5/10 My favourite part about the Abilisk is the great pink pieces. The mouth opens ackwardly and when you turn it the tentacles move. Unfortunately, the tentacles bump into each other all the time. The Milano: Overall: 7.5/10 The colours are great and the combination of orange and blue remind me of the New York Islanders or Edmonton Oilers. I mostly like the shaping but the open studs on the wings don’t look good. The front looks nice and the cockpit is collectable with the printing. The inside is great since you can put all of the mini figures in it. The worst part about it is that there are holes in it. The Milano seems undersized. Altogether:73% The set indeed has both goods and bands, but the bads slightly outweigh the goods. The pieces compared to price isn’t great either. Nevertheless, I would recommend it.
Date published: 2017-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from TASERFACE!!!!! This set is phenomenal. Let’s see why: The tree build: the forest section is a very cool side build for this set. The six stud shooter is okay, but I wish there was one or two more traps like in the movie. The tree is cool for its size. The wing piece from the Milano is a nice little Easter egg because it shows that the Guardians crash in the forest. The ship: the ravager ship is a cool vehicle for Taserface. It has good size, shape, and design. I found that it uses a building technique from the 2014 Milano-the stud shooters under the nose of the ship are almost exactly the same design as the first Milano. Wow! I love the cockpit and the roof/windscreen. And the ravager flame sticker is awesome. Minifigures: This set has 3 figures-Rocket Raccoon, Mantis, and Taserface. Taserface has the best torso detail, Rocket has the best face and weapons , and Mantis has a great hairpiece. Need I say more? Well that’s that! Thanks for reading my review and have a good week.
Date published: 2017-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Awesome Playset! This is a cool playset! I loved the details of it! My brother and I loved building this playset!
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor design and no rocket??? I am a big guardians of the galaxy fan, so I was really excited when I saw that these sets were coming out. I was immediately disappointed, however. The minifigures in the set are very poor representations of the people in the movie. Starlord and Gamora have the same torso and legs, Gamora's hair really doesn't fit her character, and Drax's body came smudged. The ship is much smaller than the earlier variant and doesn't have any "Iconic details" as described in the description. The Abilisk was by far the best part of this set. The opening mouth and moving tentacles were pretty cool. As for playability, the set has very little. You can really reenact the fight with the Abilisk as the Abilisk is not to scale with the other Minifigures. You can't reenact the stealing of the batteries and the ensuing chase either because this set DOESN"T COME WITH ROCKET! I think this is the biggest flaw with this set. There are obviously 5 main characters in Guardians of the Galaxy: Groot, Drax, Starlord, Gamora and ROCKET. Even if you have a rocket Minifigure from other Guardians sets, he doesn't fit in the ship with the other minifigures. So overall, don't get this set if you are a fan of Guardians or of lego as it is not fit for playing with or desplaying.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing after Milano from first movie set I am a huge Guardians of the Galaxy fan and I bought all the sets from the first movie. I loved the Milano from the first movie. It was huge and detailed and fit all the Guardians in the ship comfortably! I was on the fence about buying a second set, but I thought I'd check it out and maybe combine the sets to make a bigger ship. The build itself was fun, but I don't think I've ever NOT had fun building a Lego set. I liked the Abelisk construction and it's a fun play feature. The mouth has some interesting build techniques. The tentacles are similar to the demon in the Dr Strange set. The Milano itself though, is tiny. I do like the brighter orange pieces and the minifigures are very nice as always, but I struggled to fit 4 minifigs in the cockpit. The wingtips are not as sturdy nor as fun to position as the first Milano set. And the ship overall is much smaller. It's a little more solid, but the first Milano is plenty "swooshable" and balanced for physical play. And as I've stated, the ship is smaller overall. That might be a plus for smaller hands to play with the ship and fly it into action.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fun I'm a huge lego fan and have many sets. I have never written a review before but felt I had to after I read some negative reviews for this set. All I will say is as a huge Lego fan and Guardians of the Galaxy fan this is a perfect set. It was fun to build and has some great minifigures. The set looks great when built and has some lively coloured bricks. Thumbs up.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I AM GROOT I personally enjoyed and love this build. Yes there is a difference in size in comparison to the original Milano but I didn't mind because it wasn't exactly small either. For the price it was a great size actually and especially with all the characters ( mini baby Groot!!) the colour scheme is great and I love the fact that there is so much detail without overusing stickers. The only things that I thought let this set down a little was you cannot fit all the characters inside the Milano comfortably and the front section of the wings (with the 'Milano' sticker on) were very delicate. You would have to be careful with that part if it were something someone was getting for play use. If it's for display purposes (like for me) then these two reasons aren't too much of an issue and doesn't change my opinion on how much I like this set.
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Protect the batteries... Usual thing for me is to buy the set for the figures. Ship and creature is are cool. So I'm gonna simplify this as bets as possible. Pros: - color scheme, definite improvement over the previous version. - different minifigure prints and style from the previous Milano set. - new building pieces - creature is simple yet playable - Baby Groot with a speaker. Cons: - price I felt was a little much. 4 minfigures does help to compensate it thou. - ship size. Kinda insults the previous Milano set. - no place to store figure weapons or star lords helmet. I would still suggest adding it to your collection.
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from its pretty good it is worth the money but a bit worse than the original. i didnt buy the original but i have saw it.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A downgrade Overall recommendation; The Milano Vs The Abelisk is an interesting set that sadly fails to be worth the price. Its most interesting features are with the smaller build and the figures are worse than the last movie (other than Nebula) It took longer than i expected to build the set primarily because the build felt 'wrong' in a way that made me feel like they'd ran out of money and cut off half the ship. After i finished i ended up taking it apart and using the parts to make a more accurate 2014 Milano. I recommend getting '76021: The Milano Spaceship Rescue' instead of this set, its a better build, its got better figures and its more fun to build and play (other than lacking the Abelisk) Abelisk; The Abelisk is a nice scaled down representation of the movie version that looks good with or without stickers. It mouth opens and kids will spend quite a lot of time playing with the spinning feature or moving the tentacles to recreate movie scenes. It is easily the best part of this set. Milano; The Milano is a shrunken down version of the '2014 Milano' with push to shoot missiles and push to drop lego pieces. It cannot fit more than four figures and cannot easily be modded to fit more. It lacks any sort of back compartment and the figures included only just fit inside (noticeably you do not have room for the other Guardians Of The Galaxy team; Rocket Raccoon, Yondu or Mantis) Figures; - Drax returns with his fully printed look, however the main torso looks smudged and badly printed and does not match or look better than the thin detailed lines of the original (Or even his head and arms) - Gamora and Starlord are bland using the same torso and leg piece (In the previous Milano they had gender specific costumes) - Nebula is the best figure having better colouration than before. The torso piece is actually a damaged version of her previous outfit which is great for replicating battle scenes. I'd recommend switching her legs with Drax to get a more 'complete' looking figure. - Groot is ok, the new mold is nice and the printing variant is alright.
Date published: 2017-03-01