LEGO has already unveiled the Marvel Age of Ultron: Throne of Ultron collector set that will be for sale at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and now it is time for the toy company to show off what they have planned for the DC side of things.

LEGO is not going to the movies for this set, instead the company is going all the way back to the beginning, by recreating the cover of Action Comics #1 in LEGO form.


If you can’t attend the show to grab one of these, follow @LEGO_Group during the convention for a chance to win some of the cool things LEGO will be giving away.

Now, if you are going to SDCC, then you want to head to the LEGO booth and grab this 145-piece set. It will only set you back $39.99, but it will give you years of pleasure.

LEGO SDCC Retail Exclusives: Winning ticket required for purchase

You must first enter the drawing by picking up a ticket (see below) and then attendees go to the LEGO booth to redeem their ticket if they have a winning ticket and purchase the set at the LEGO booth. The LEGO booth will be located in Hall D, booth #2829.

Ticket Drawing Location: Pavilion Terrace (Upper level outside Sails Pavilion).

Attendees must first enter the main Convention Center entrance from the line at the front of the main building. Entry to the LEGO retail drawing at the Sails Pavilion will be from this line. Depending on the crowds, this line may start moving as early as 7:00am until supplies last.
Location includes multiple stairs. ADA attendees with mobility issues should go to the lobby B doors and use the glass elevators for access to the Sails Pavilion. They will be let up to the Sails Pavilion at the same time as the rest of the attendees.

Attendee badges onlyOne drawing per person, per day
Handicapped participants are encouraged to utilize official SDCC placeholder
Random drawing is for a chance to get a ticket to purchase at the LEGO Booth
Sets will not be distributed at the Pavilion Terrace
Must redeem ticket that day

Thanks to @germaneer for the tip!

via Collider


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  1. Wish I could get this. Ideally two, one for me and one for my friend’s teenage son who has a Superman collection.

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