Five LEGO sets we need from Spider-Man: No Way Home

Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: No Way Home is out now, and there are plenty of multiverse-mixing scenes that we need to see in LEGO sets.

Be aware that major spoilers follow for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has only received one LEGO set dedicated to the movie – 76185 Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop – as well as 76195 Spider-Man’s Drone Duel with a minifigure inspired by it. However, the film is now available to watch in cinemas worldwide, allowing us to see what else the latest chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has to offer for more models.

From returning villains to familiar locations, this list is only speculation but rumours suggest that more models for the movie are coming in 2022. Either way, here are five LEGO sets that we’d like to see from Spider-Man: No Way Home:


Sandman and Spider-Man team-up

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When Spider-Man’s red and blue suit is covered in green paint, the superhero decides that the best attire for hunting down the next escaped villain, who turns out to be Electro, is his original costume inverted to show the black and gold wiring underneath. While that look has already appeared in 76195 Spider-Man’s Drone Duel, the scene that it was a part of has potential for a set.

With Sandman and Spider-Man teaming up against Electro in the film, minifigures for all three could be included as well as a moving wall or tornado structure for Sandman to use. We can also imagine an electricity tower being included, possibly at a smaller scale, to swing Spider-Man from or pose Electro on as he absorbs the power to find his new form.

Happy’s apartment brawl

When Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man is revealed to the public, it becomes too dangerous to stay in his Aunt May’s apartment so the duo moves to Happy’s high-tech residence instead.

The home is used throughout a good portion of the film as a base of operations while Peter works to fix the villains before he can return them to their universes, and a set based on it could use similar tactics to 10291 Queer Eye – The Fab 5 Loft to portray various moments as part of one, open-plan apartment. One area could be dedicated to the workshop with the fabricator and another could include the kitchen with a miniature LEGO Death Star. Minifigures for this set could feature Aunt May and Happy Hogan as well as a villain in need of a fix.

The Bridge battle

LEGO Marvel is already getting a bridge battle model in 2022, though it is not based on the action-packed scene from the third Spider-Man MCU film, but instead the final battle in London from Spider-Man: Far From Home. A bigger build could recreate the highway and the many sequences that appear in the movie between Doctor Octopus and Spider-Man.

With key moments from the battle including a car falling off the bridge and Spider-Man being trapped by the villain, inspiration for the design could be drawn from 76057 Spider-Man: Web Warriors Ultimate Bridge Battle, but with a smaller piece count thanks to the flatter appearance of the structure.

The Statue of Liberty battle

As the setting for the final major battle between the forces of good and evil in Spider-Man No Way Home, a Statue of Liberty set with minifigures of every hero and villain involved in the fight. From Doctor Octopus of the original Spider-Man movie trilogy to Electro transported from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to the three versions of Peter Parker played by Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland, the minifigure potential alone justifies at least one more model for the movie.

The build would likely focus on the under-renovation Statue of Liberty with various areas to pose and display the villains, as well as scaffolding to destroy similar to how the structures are used as debris throughout the scene. However, one moment might be better left out for another creation.

Green Goblin final duel

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As the last fight in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter Parker’s battle against the Green Goblin on top of a giant shield could make a great small set with just two minifigures, acting as an expansion to the mentioned Statue of Liberty model.

The brick-built shield could form part of a larger diorama, depicting the edge of Liberty Island to also relive the final moments between MJ, Peter and Ned, the latter of which could be included in the model since his last minifigure exclusively appeared in 40343 Spider-Man and the Museum Break-In from 2019.

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