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LEGO Guardians of The Galaxy - The Milano vs. The Abilisk
Smaller than their original version, this LEGO Milano starship kit has much play value for the size.
Star-Lord's ship has plenty of movable parts - wing control elements on the leading and trailing edges, adjustable wing tip flaps, twin blasters, bomb droppers on both wings, and a removable canopy.
Kids have plenty of minifigs to play GOTG adventures. Star-Lord, Gamora, Nebula, and Drax are included, together with a tiny micro-figure of Baby Groot - cute!
The Abilisk monster has opening jaws and three long flexible tentacles, and one short one. The tentacles connect to a gear system, so the whole body rotates as you move the arms.
A couple of Annulax batteries are included, and Groot's boombox speakers and Nebula's handcuffs. You can fit four figures into the cockpit, and figures can be attached to the Abilisk's tentacles.
There's plenty of action to be enjoyed with the LEGO Milano vs Abilisk Kit.
LEGO Marvel Guardians of The Galaxy Ayesha's Revenge
LEGO's Ayesha's Revenge kit contains some interesting pieces to make for creative play and is a good buy for kids and adult LEGO enthusiasts.
Yondu's Laser Driller spacecraft has a spring-loaded missile, sliding mini-figure cockpit, and opening side panels.
Ayesha's Golden Drone has a pair of stud shooters and adjustable arms.
A buildable cliff section has an explode function.
Minifigs of Star-Lord, Ayesha, and Yondu are included.
A Baby Groot micro-figure that's a different version to that in the Milano kit.
LEGO Guardians of The Galaxy Ravager Attack
The main craft in this kit is the M-ship. It's small and of simple construction but looks pretty neat. It features four stud shooters and a hinged cockpit canopy that takes a mini-figure.
The other build item is terrain, including a tree, a six-stud shooter, and what looks like a part of the Milano!
The figures are Mantis, Rocket, and Taserface. Rocket has two weapons, and Taserface just the one.