Three LEGO Marvel sets we need for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now available, giving us some ideas for other LEGO sets we need based on the Marvel movie.

As you might be able to imagine there’ll be some heavy spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in this article, so you may want to bookmark this page if you’ve yet to watch the latest chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Only one model has been released for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – 76205 Gargantos Showdown – but with the renamed Marvel Legacy Collection, LEGO Marvel could revisit this title in the future. With that in mind, here are a few scenes that we’d love to see as sets in the future, though this is only hopeful speculation.

The Illuminati vs. the Scarlet Witch

There’s no prize for guessing why we’d like this scene as a model, considering the wealth of new minifigures it could provide. In a graphic confrontation between the Scarlet Witch and the members of the MCU Illuminati, we get our first look at several characters who we may see more of in the years to come.

They include Reed Richards, Captain Carter, Professor Xavier, Maria Rambeau as Captain Marvel, Black Bolt and Supreme Sorcerer Mordo. Alongside those minifigures, a section of the headquarters could be included with destructible areas to show the progress of the battle.

A multiverse montage model

Doctor Strange Final Trailer Multiverse
Image: Marvel Studios

76205 Gargantos Showdown doesn’t explore much of the multiverse despite the name of the source material, though that may have been to avoid spoiling the plot of the movie well before release. Now that it’s in cinemas, a diorama displaying segments of a variety of universes as Doctor Strange and America Chavez fall through them could be interesting to see, given the many styles and designs that could be incorporated into such a set.

Kamar-Taj

Doctor Strange trailer Kamar Taj
Image: Marvel Studios

Kamar-Taj is the training grounds and base for the Masters of the Mystic Arts in the MCU and it features prominently in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, both as a battleground to defend from the Scarlet Witch and the new home of America Chavez at the end of the film.

It seems likely that we’ll see more of this location in future films and a LEGO model representing could be useful in that respect. It might also be an opportunity to introduce more obscure sorcerers such as Rintrah and Sara.

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