Lego Brings Life-Size Builds From Marvel, DC and 'Star Wars' to Comic-Con

Fans looking for a glimpse of the future of their favorite heroes might want to head to the Lego booth at San Diego Comic-Con. Life-size Lego versions of Thor: Ragnarok's leading man, Justice League's Flash and characters from Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be on display, alongside new and upcoming sets based on fan-favorite properties.

Of the three full-scale models, Thor is the most impressive in terms of scale, standing 7 feet tall and made of 33,495 Lego bricks, the result of 290 hours of work. Luke Skywalker may be slightly shorter — he was, after all, too short to be a Stormtrooper — but is the result of 277 hours and 36,743 bricks, while the Flash stands unusually still at just over six feet and 20,090 bricks.

Both Thor and the Flash accompany the debut of exclusive Lego Brickheadz sets, with DC's set featuring Supergirl and the Martian Manhunter, while Marvel's includes Spider-Man and Venom. Both are each available for two days only — Marvel Thursday and Saturday, DC Friday and Sunday — from the Lego booth at the show, for $40. (The Marvel Brickheadz can be seen here.)

Also available at the show are two exclusive LEGO minifigures, which will be released as part of a ticketed instant drawing giveaway. The Marvel giveaway, again on Thursday and Saturday, will be of Deadpool Duck, while the DC giveaway on Friday and Sunday, will feature a Vixen figure inspired by DC's Legends of Tomorrow TV series.

(Fans not at Comic-Con will be able to enter a drawing for these figures by following @LEGO_Group on Twitter and using the hashtag #LEGOSDCC.)

Additionally, the Lego booth will promote the upcoming Lego Ninjago Movie, with the debut of a number of new build sets based on the movie ahead of their official Aug. 1 retail release, as well as the Master Builders construction of a giant Garmadon figure throughout the entire show.

All things Lego can be found at Booth 2829 on the show floor. San Diego Comic-Con runs Wednesday through Sunday at the San Diego Convention Center.

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