It’s pretty unusual for LEGO to release a movie-based Marvel set months after the rest of the sets in the series, so it was a bit of a head-scratcher when rumors began to surface regarding a fourth Civil War set in addition to the ones released a couple months back. I should have realized immediately why this set was delayed a bit, but it’s pretty clear now: the first-ever MCU Spider-Man minifigure is the headliner in the exclusive LEGO Marvel Tanker Truck Takedown 76067 Civil War set!
While I wasn’t particularly in love with the Hasbro Marvel Legends Spider-Man 6″ figure three-pack (I’m buying it, mind you, but I’m not in love with it), I admit that the Funko Civil War Spider-Man POP Vinyls four-pack is one of my favorite Funko POP Vinyls sets ever.
And now, TLG is ready to show off their own sure-to-be top-selling Spider-Man set: 76067 LEGO Tanker Truck Takedown!
The set includes four minifigures, and completes both Team Cap and Team Iron Man in minifigs form: Captain America, Hawkeye, The Vision and Spider-Man minifigures are all present and accounted for in this set! The Vision’s head looks to be improved from the last time we saw him, and I love Hawkeye’s purple motorcycle build!
Captain America has to be present, of course, so that Spidey can use his new webbing effects piece to steal his shield. Ha.
The flaming Roxxon truck itself is the primary component of this set, and while it’s unfortunately a tad dull, I do think it’ll be really cool paired with the brick-built Giant-Man figure and the Civil War Super Hero Airport Battle set.
I hope that I’m wrong, as this really doesn’t look like a set worth $40 to me, but a LEGO Civil War Spider-Man minifigure is a must-have for me, so I’ll be picking up this set when it hits this summer one way or the other.
LEGO 76067 will not be mass-released at all stores in the United States–it will be a shared exclusive between the LEGO Store and one lucky store chain. My best guess would be that Toys R Us would be picking this up as a store exclusive, but it wouldn’t be a shocker if Walmart or Target snagged it instead. I’ll post an update to the Brick Toy News Twitter and Facebook pages once specific information on this set’s availability and pricing is available.
Now that the final Civil War LEGO set has been revealed, what do you think of it, brick fans? Are you pleased with the look of the first-ever MCU Spider-Man minifigure, or are you planning to pass on this set?