LEGO DC Super Heroes Reviews


 NameThemeReleasePiecesMinifiguresReviewPrice (£)Buy
Batsub Featured 800x445 76116 Batman Batsub and the Underwater ClashDC Super HeroesDec-191740Read
LEGO DC Super Heroes 76117 Batman Mech Vs Poison Ivy Mech Featured 800 44576117 Batman Mech vs. Poison Ivy MechDC Super HeroesMar-193754Read
Car Cover 1 1 800x445 76133 Spider-Man Car ChaseMarvelJan-19522Read
Bike Cover 222 1 800x445 76113 Spider-Man Bike RescueMarvelJan-192353Read
Plane Cover 1 800x445 76134 Spider-Man: Doc Ock Diamond HeistMarvelJan-191503Read
76114 Spider Man S Spider Crawler Title 76114 Spider-Man's Spider CrawlerMarvelJan-194184Read
76115 Spider Mech Vs Venom Review Title 76115 Spider Mech vs. VenomMarvelJan-196044Read
LEGO DC Super Heroes 76095 Aquaman Black Manta Strike Featured 800 445 76095 Aquaman: Black Manta StrikeDC Super HeroesNov-182353Read
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 76109 Quantum Realm Explorers 4 768x509 76109 Quantum Realm ExplorersMarvelAug-182003Read
DSC 0106 2 768x512 76097 Lex Luthor Mech TakedownDC Super HeroesJun-184065Read
DSC 0069 50 E1527419080687 1024x555 76098 Speed Force Freeze PursuitDC Super HeroesMay-182714Read
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash Up 76031 The Hulk Buster Smash Comparison Main 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash-UpMarvelMar-183754Read
LEGO 76096 Superman And Krytpo Team Up Featured 76096 Superman & Krypto Team-UpDC Super HeroesFeb-181992Read
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 76100 Royal Talon Fighter Attack 1 768x509 76100 Royal Talon Fighter AttackMarvelFeb-183584Read
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 76099 Black Panther 8 768x509 76099 Rhino Face-Off by the MineMarvelJan-182293Read
Figs 600x458 76092 Mighty Micros: Batman vs. Harley QuinnDC Super HeroesJan-18862Read
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes 76097 Lex Luthor Mech Takedown Review Title4 76097 Lex Luthor Mech TakedownDC Super HeroesJan-184065Read
76085 Battle For Atlantis Cover 1 1024x465 76085 Battle of AtlantisDC Super HeroesAug-171974Read
76086 Knightcrawler Cover 1 1024x465 76086 Knightcrawler Tunnel AttackDC Super HeroesAug-176224Read
76087 Flying Fox Cover 7 1 1024x465 76087 Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift AttackDC Super HeroesAug-179556Read
10921 Super Heroes LabLego

About LEGO DC Super Heroes

With Star Wars opening up licensed properties to the LEGO Group and Winnie the Pooh bringing his honey to DUPLO, it was time for the LEGO Group to light up the Bat-signal and call upon a super hero for the first time. Between 2006 and 2008, the LEGO Group released 14 LEGO Batman sets. Initially the sets were not as successful as the company had hoped for, but demand increased when LEGO Batman: The Videogame was released in 2008 – but the new sets were only available in a limited way that year.

By the time that 2012 arrived, the LEGO Batman sets had increased to ridiculous prices on the secondary market, with sellers on Amazon charging five time the original retail price or more. Alongside LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, LEGO DC Super Heroes arrived to rescue fans from overpriced retired Batman sets.

Rather than simply focusing on the Dark Knight, the theme would also cover the rest of the DC crew, including Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern. The first year of sets would not give that away though, with only 6862 Superman vs. Power Armor Lex and 4528 Green Lantern not based on Batman. 4526 Batman and 4527 The Joker also provided some constraction action for the new range, with the rest of it focused on traditional System sets.

The following year really saw the theme adapt content from the new DC films, with specific sets such as 76003 Superman: Battle of Smallville specifically based on that year’s new movie, Man of Steel. 

Over the years, there have been a few large, appealing LEGO DC Super Heroes sets aimed at adults, including 10937 Batman: Arkham Asylum Breakout, 76023 The Tumbler, 76052 Batman Classic TV Series – Batcave and 76139 1989 Batmobile. Some are large, detailed playsets, others are large vehicle sets for display, but they all offer greater authenticity then the smaller models.

As the theme goes on, the minifigures become more and more important. Obscure characters or appealing editions of specific characters crop up occasionally, with the LEGO designers delving into comic book lore to the most dedicated DC experts. This has led to a series of Collectible Minifigures exclusively based on DC characters.

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