Bro Thor’s New Asgard (76200) is the latest Marvel set officially revealed by The LEGO® Group for the summer 2021 line up. The Infinity Saga wave continues with this latest addition featuring Thor and friends lounging and lazing away at their home in New Asgard. This set recreates Thor’s living room in all it’s messy fun first seen in Avengers: Endgame. After ‘The Snap’, the God of Thunder hit a bit of a funk and now prefers to spend his days eating and playing video games with Korg and Miek.
- NAME: Bro Thor’s New Asgard
- SET #: 76200
- THEME: Marvel
- COST: $39.99 CAD
- BRICK COUNT: 265
- MINIFIGURES: 2 + a brick-built Miek
- PRE-SALE DATE: July 7, 2021
- RELEASE DATE: August 1, 2021
- COST/BRICK: $0.151 (good value)
- BRICK-TO-FIG RATIO: 132 bricks/fig (very good value)
“NoobMaster! Hey it’s Thor again…”
The build for Bro Thor’s New Asgard (76200) is a small recreation of Thor’s living room with couch, TV and a whole whack of junk. There’s also a small sign build saying “Welcome to New Asgard”. Several accessories and some nice printed tile elements round out the bachelor pad setting. The TV is a fun reference thanks to a sticker element showing our heroes playing Fortnite (and getting pwned). You’ll also notice Stormbreaker is hanging out in the backgound just in case.
Two great new minifigures are included. ‘Bro’ Thor is a brand new design for the Asgardian hero with his new longer hair, exposed belly and plaid pants. The design of the stomach onto the legs is a great detail and really sells how Thor has….grown. I was slightly stumped by his grey hands, but then I remembered Thor wore knitted gloves (nice detail)! We also finally get our first Korg minifigure. The rock headpiece works well and the floral shirt is a fun print. While technically not a minifigure, a small build of Miek is also included. Although he’s just a minifigure head piece with some floral elements underneath, it’s pretty effective and the print is great.
Is It Worthy?
This is definitely a little bit of a departure for a Marvel superheroes set, but I think it’s a welcome one. It’s a small set with an alright price point and plays up the humour that we’ve come to expect from the Thor films. The minifigures are really well designed and make for some fun playability. But what do you think? Is this set worthy…of your money? Is fat….er….’Bro’ Thor a good addition to the minifigure collection? Let us know in the comments, and as always, keep on brickin’.
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