Wonder Woman 1984 Revealed
The LEGO® Wonder Woman 1984 set has been revealed. I did not get an official press release for this new set. However, Amazon in Spain posted a product description for the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 tie-in set. The description includes some official pictures, which I pilfered and posted below. You might recall that the original Wonder Woman film also received the one-set treatment back in 2017.
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There is no pricing information, nor was there a release date posted at this stage. Unless COVID-19 alters things, Wonder Woman 1984 (the film) is slated for release in August 2020. Therefore, I estimate this set will arrive with the summer wave. In terms of what is known at this time, you can expect:
- NAME: Wonder Woman Vs. Cheetah
- SET #: 76157
- THEME: DC Comics Super Heroes
- COST: ???
- BRICK COUNT: ???
- RELEASE DATE: ???
- DIMENSIONS: 19 cm high, 17 cm wide, 20 cm long
Interestingly, this set gives us the first clear look at Cheetah from the film. Thus far, I have only seen Kristen Wiig as Barbara Ann Minerva, not as the character’s Cheetah alter-ego. Additionally, the set shows a giant satellite and Wonder Woman in her golden eagle armor, both depicted in the official trailer for the film. The third Minifigure is Maxwell Lord, one of the film’s antagonists.
Personally, I loved the first Wonder Woman film starring Gal Gadot. The trailer for this new installment also looks great. I can’t wait to see the actual film, and to get my hands on this set for that new Wonder Woman Minifig! What do you think? Shout out in the comments below or on social media.
Until next time,
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