Role-play battle scenes with the web warriors protecting Aunt May from Green Goblin, who has a flaming pumpkin bomb and a Goblin Glider with stud shooters, along with Kraven the Hunter and Scorpion. Press the bridge's flag to launch a net to trap the villains, or launch a Super Hero from the side of the bridge and swing into action. Create wall explosion effects in this action-packed set, which also features a trap door, catapult, Spider-Man's web prison and Kraven the Hunter's secret lair. Includes 7 minifigures.
Includes 7 minifigures: Spider-Man, Spider-Girl, Scarlet Spider, Green Goblin, Scorpion, Kraven the Hunter and Aunt May.
Features a bridge section, Goblin Glider, taxi and a police ATV.
Bridge features a movable roadway and detachable suspension cables, catapult function to fire the trash can, trap door, Spider-Man's web prison, Kraven the Hunter's secret lair with translucent diamond elements, traffic lights to stop the traffic and explode the pillars of the bridge, and movable signposts for the Green Goblin's Goblin Glider to smash through.
Goblin Glider features movable wings and 2 stud shooters.
Police ATV features attached walkie-talkie and handcuffs elements.
Attach the web rope or web blast to the door of Kraven the Hunter's secret lair in the base of a pillar, then pull it away to steal the treasure.
Press the bridge's flag to launch a net to trap the villains.
Open the trapdoor with the side lever and make the villains fall into Spider-Man's web prison in the base of the pillar.
Swing open the removable roadway section, and attach a web net element to the bridge to stop the taxi falling off.
Attach the villains' hands to the back of the police car and split it in two—or crush it together!
Weapons include Kraven the Hunter's spear and gun.
Accessory elements include 2 web blasts, 2 web ropes, web net, Green Goblin's flaming pumpkin bomb, 3 translucent diamond elements, 2 translucent fire elements and Peter Parker's camera.
Combinewith another bridge set to form a bigger bridge!
This set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 8-14.
Also includes a comic book!
Bridge measures over 12” (33cm) high, 5” (13cm) wide and 17” (44cm) deep.
Goblin Glider measures under 1” (2cm) high, over 2” (6cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide.
Taxi measures over 1” (5cm) high, 3” (10cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
Police ATV measures over 1” (3cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
Spider-Man: Web Warriors Ultimate Bridge Battle is rated
4.5 out of
Rated 5 out of
Love it. Great build, modular, good figsI have purchased four of these for my city just to have a bridge in the background of my city. I'm pretty happy to have these all connected. Even one bridge is great for display and offers plenty of play options.
The only bad thing really is that the bridge is fairly narrow so you can't accurately represent traffic. I may go ahead and expand the whole thing by 4-6 tiles to open up more play options and photo opportunities. But, as is, its fine and perfect for mini figure battles. You don't need more than a few vehicles on the bridge anyway to make it feel like its being used and viable.
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 4 out of
Ultimate Spidey BattleMe and my brother bought this for our birthday and the set looked HUGE!! The price was reasonable with the 7 characters and the bridge plus the accessories that come with it.My brother also bought the Doc Ocks tentacle trap, but as soon as I built it, I was amazed by the characters. Everyone was impressing and there is a lot of playability with this set.
The ONLY thing I am kind of disappointed about is the lack of "bystanders" aka Aunt May. I would like a police officer to go with the 4 by 4. But I used a police officer from another LEGO set, plus another bystanders and I made a stop motion movie out of it!
The characters: First, Spider-Man. His design was great and I love the webs that come with it. He was designed really great for him.
Green Goblin: He has 2 faces, and I love the headpiece and his infamous hover board. I like the flaming pumpkin and the bag over his shoulder.
Scarlet Spider: His head is awesome, along with spider girl. I like his hood and his printed sweatshirt, it really goes along with he teenage look of Peter Parker's clone.
Scorpion: I like how he was made, with the stinger included and green all over his body. I don't like the feared look in his face, but I'm not complaining.
Spider Girl: I like the hair, but it is hard to move the arms above her head. I like the uniqueness of her body.
Kraven the Hunter: I like his overall printing of the body. If you didn't know who he is, you could look at his shirt and immediately know he is a hunter. I like the fur around his neck and the hair. It really goes along with him.
Aunt May: She is a great bystander character, especially when she is Spider-Man's aunt. I am disappointed that she is the only one who is not battling, but he rest of the bridge and etc. is great!
Overall this set was awesome and a great set to make Lego superhero battles and stop motion, as I said earlier. I would give this set 5 stars for price and playability. I say congrats to Lego for making a beautiful set!
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of
Aunt May!!!I was excited when I saw this set release however I could not justify the expense with the MSRP as it stands. Luckily by chance I had scrolled across a local store site that had it at 27% off. So I got the set to add to my collection.
For the set it is a very detailed bridge and figures are nicely done. Directions are very clear and precise.
Playability is very well enjoyable. The only suggestion I can think of is additional two studs width added on.
Be it child or adult I reccomend it.
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 5 out of
76057 Web Warriors Ultimate Bridge BattleSpider-Man: Web Warriors Ultimate Bridge Battle contains 1092 pieces, which makes it the second largest readily available Marvel Super Heroes set right after The SHIELD Helicarrier (76042), if I've got my numbers right. The bricks and pieces are in numbered bags (from 1 to 7), and, to my surprise, there are two bags numbered 3. The thick 172-page instruction booklet is wrapped in plastic, along with a sticker sheet for 21 stickers, and a 12-page comic book depicting characters and events from three Lego sets (76057, 76058, and 76059). There are also two black 8 x 16 flats tiles loose inside the box.
There are seven minifigures included in this set, Spider-Man, Spider-Girl, Scarlet Spider, Green Goblin, Scorpion, Kraven the Hunter and Aunt May. Six of the seven minifigures are (so far) unique to this set, Spider-Man is the only common one. Aunt May and Green Goblin have appeared in other sets before, but the figures in this set differ from those published before. All minifigure torsos have dual sided printing, Scarlet Spider has printing even on his arms. Dual sided heads are more rare: there is one for Kraven the Hunter, Green Goblin, Aunt May, and, technically, Spider-Man (whose head has only spider web printing on the back while the other three have actual alternate facial expressions). Leg prints are even more scarce: only Kraven the Hunter and Green Goblin have them. Building this set piqued my interest so much that I had to do an internet search on the characters. I have to say they are depicted quite accurately, especially Kraven the Hunter, who is also my favorite minifigure in this set.
While there is an abundance of pieces in this set, rare ones are hard to find. If I'm not mistaken, the dark grey 1x3x1 wall element is completely new and this is the first set it appears in. Green Goblin's 'bag of tricks' is a recolor and currently this is the only set to have the bag in purple/medium lilac, and his flaming pumpkin bomb is also a new part. An interesting side note on the bomb is that it is one piece: the flames are glued to the pumpkin. Other rarish parts include Spider-Man's conical web and the transparent piece it attaches to.
The build is not extraordinarily difficult, but it is a rather long and pleasant one. I built the set in one evening, but in retrospect it might have been better to enjoy the build a little longer. There is some repetition in the build, but it did not bother me at all, because the rest of the build was so exciting. The most difficult part of the build for me personally were the stickers, although using tweezers made the task a lot easier. I did make a few mistakes during the build. The very start of the build when upside-down building is needed was probably the stage where I made most of my mistakes. The flag on top of the bridge was where I ran into another snag, and ended up attaching the net releasing mechanism to the top of the bridge incorrectly. I also had to peel off the road number sticker with '25' printed on it and I'm glad to say it didn't rip or lose its glue, so the stickers are of good quality: they can be peeled off and attached again at least once.
The completed set is not only delightful to look at (the color scheme of grays, black and dark red is a pleasing combination), but also very sturdy and it can be lifted as one piece. However, as the gray slopes at the sides of the vertical supports are easily dislodged, so I would strongly suggest not using those to get a good grip on the bridge. The set has an abundance of interesting play features, such as traffic lights and a falling net along with crumbling walls, and is full of neat details, some of which are hidden. My personal favorites are probably the opening railing for the taxi to crash through and the camera in Spider-Man's web prison. I think the stickers under the bridge are spot on, because those kind of secluded places are often full of graffitis. I also really liked the way the suspension cables are built and their looks.
While I enjoyed the build and the looks of this set very much, I do have my dislikes, too:
1) I don't like the trash can catapult that much, on my first try I managed to launch the trash can into the green road sign.
2) Kraven's lair is very cramped to the point where it can become unusable.
3) The police quad bike is a bit awkward addition as there is no police officers included in the set.
4) The trapdoor is a bit tricky to use, it desperately needs some flat tiles on top so that one can stand a villain on it.
5) I had some difficulties getting the white net inside its hidey-hole, it tends to stick out rather messily but when neatly folded it fits better.
6) The Scorpion minifigure is unstable on his feet and tends to fall on his back due to the heavy scorpion tail he has and the tail is fixed (some sort of mobility would've been great).
7) The yellow taxi has room for only one minifigure and there's no taxi driver included.
8) The bridge is somewhat narrow (10 studs), it would definitely be better were it another 2 to 4 studs wider. But then again, maybe it's a one-lane bridge.
9) Some of the stickers should have been replaced by printed tiles.
10) Green Goblin's glider is difficult to hold on to, which affects its swooshability. :)
In my opinion, Spider-Man: Web Warriors Ultimate Bridge Battle is a fantastic set, which undoubtedly offers hours and hours of entertainment for children and adults alike. If entertainment is not in demand, the set also makes an unbelievably good-looking display piece or an excellent addition to one's Lego City.