LEGO has silently been introducing some really cool characters into its LEGO Marvel Superheroes line. This week, Ms. Marvel makes her LEGO debut in the Captain America Jet Pursuit set.

Captain America Jet Pursuit

Ms. Marvel is on a mission to help retrieve Captain America’s shield from Super-Adaptoid, who is shooting back with his Power Blasts. Use her super-extending arms to attach her to the jet, which features movable wings for flying and attack modes, a minifigure cockpit with space for a shield, and dual disc shooters. Includes three minifigures.

 

  • Includes three minifigures: Pilot Captain America, Ms. Marvel and Super-Adaptoid.
  • Captain America’s jet features sweep back wings, dual disc shooters and a minifigure cockpit with shield holder and Captain America logo.
  • Attach the Power Blast elements to Super-Adaptoid’s hands, then push inwards to fire!
  • Extend Ms. Marvel’s flexible arms on either side by sliding them through the super torso.
  • Push a trigger in the aircraft’s tail forward to switch from flying mode into attack mode ,then fire the dual disc shooters at Super-Adaptoid.
  • Also includes new-for-spring-2017 Power Blast weapons.

 

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