Comic-Con: Last Lego Exclusive Set Is the Coolest
Lego has unveiled the last of its San Diego Comic-Con exclusive sets and it is the coolest one yet: a diorama recreating Action Comics No. 1.
The set features Superman holding a car above his head as he smashes it into a rock as seen in Joe Shuster's famous 1938 cover. It contains 145 pieces and will sell for $39.99. Like the other SDCC exclusives from Lego, there will be a lottery held at the Pavillion Terrace to determine who can purchase the set.
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The only thing that would make this set even cooler? If it came with an exclusive Golden Age Superman minifigure resembling the one on the cover. Instead, Lego included a stock Superman that has shown up in other sets.
This is the fourth Lego exclusive Comic-Con set to be revealed. The other three are a Sam Wilson-as-Captain America minifigure, Ultron's throne room (from Avengers 2) and a Star Wars Dagobah diorama featuring a mini brickbuilt Luke Skywalker and Yoda.
The Lego exclusives are among the hottest giveaways at Comic-Con and are likely to show up on eBay soon after selling for outrageous prices.
See the Superman set below, which was first revealed at Collider.
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