Join Thor, Rocket and Groot on a thrilling Avengers mission with LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 76102 Thor’s Weapon Quest. This buildable set features an Escape Pod with an opening cockpit for 3 minifigures and 2 stud shooters, plus a space station with a cosmic power source, weapon and features, the Infinity Stone element and stand, 3 minifigures and 10 Power Burst elements.
Includes 3 minifigures: Thor, Rocket and Groot (new-for-March-2018 teenage version).
Escape Pod features an opening cockpit, detachable roof and 2 stud shooters.
Open the cockpit’s front and rear windshields and lift off the roof to place all 3 minfigures inside.
Space station features a cosmic power source, 2 energy coils, weapon reveal function, and the Infinity Stone element and stand.
Includes Rocket's gun and Groot's extended vine arm element.
Also includes 10 assorted translucent-blue Power Burst elements to customize your builds and minifigures.
Escape Pod can be connected to The Guardians’ Ship in 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle.
Recreate thrilling scenes from the Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Infinity War movie.
Escape Pod measures over 2” (7cm) high, 5” (13cm) long and 4” (11cm) wide.
Space station measures over 1” (5cm) high, 2” (7cm) wide and 3” (8cm) deep.
Rated 5 out of
Thor's Weapon QuestThis contains SPOILERS for Thor: Ragnarok
This isn't a perfect set but it is still pretty awesome
Thor Odinson had a pretty rough couple of days at the hands of Hela, his rebel sister in Thor: Ragnarok but he is still alive and seemingly more powerful, even without Mjolnir. Thor loses an eye but the mini-figure still has two, probabaly because LEGO doesn't want to spoil Ragnarok. Thor is simpler now than before but that reflects his new outfit in Avengers: Infinity War perfectly. The hair piece is perfect and The head is still cool with the powered up eyes. The new POWER BURST pieces are awesome!!!! They look so good when connected to Thor. The Storm Breaker Ax Hammer thingy is pretty cool also. This figure is great
Rocket Raccoon is identical to the GOTG2 version but still good figure and the tail is a cool piece.
Teen Groot is pretty cool and the head mold is new. The prints are good but leg printing would have made this so much better, but he is still awesome!!
The Escape Pod is a pretty cool ship. It has lots of sand blue pieces. All 3 mini-figures can fit inside and not be too crammed. Very cool color scheme with lots of rare pieces. The stud-shooters work great as always. The best feature by far is the ability to connect to the ship from Thanos: Ultimate Battle. It looks great when they are connected. So this is a great little ship with cool features and pieces.
The Space Forge is pretty neat and the features are nice. You can spin the electricity thing. There is a drawer that Strom-Breaker can pop out of. And of course the POWER STONE!!!! The new Infinity Stone elements are great and you get 4 in each set.
Overall this is another great Infinity War set and I definitely recommend this.
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 4 out of
"You aren't the god of hammers, Thor"This is a great set for it's price. The Spaceship build is unique and has a good, consistent color scheme. It is great that it can hold all 3 minifigures but it would be nice to have a place to hold their weapons. However, the other build isn't great. It took me 4 trailer re-watches to try to find out what the heck it was. I think it is the giant space ring that Thor is in in trailer 1.
The minifigures are pretty good. Rocket is the same from last year, but I was always a fan of that design. Thor has some good prints, but it would be nice to get leg printing. And where is Thor's eyepatch?!?! Groot is a fantastic minifigure with an excellent new head mold and great torso prints. Again, this figure needs some leg details.
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 4 out of
Good Set, But Has Flaws(This is my review on Thor’s Weapon Quest. I’ll go over it by sections:
WARNING! CONTAINS SPOILERS FROM THOR: RAGNAROK!
The Figures- There are 3 Minifigures in the set-Thor, Rocket, and Teenage Groot. Thor is good, with a new torso and hair piece. He seems to be doing fine without Mjolnir, (which has been destroyed) considering all the Power Burst pieces that he wields. Unfortunately, he still has both eyes (he lost one in Ragnarok); I wish he had his eyepatch like we see in the trailers, but it’s not a big deal. Rocket is the same from GOTG Vol 2. Would’ve liked an angry expression. Groot is awesome. Best figure in the set, hands down. Love the torso and face. Grade- A-
The Pod- I like the pod, the uniqueness of it is fresh to my eyes. Lots of sand blue, which is always a nice color to get. It fits all 3 figures in it without being too cramped, which is nice. It can connect to the Guardians’ Ship, which is a neat feature. If you get this set, I recommend getting the Thanos: Ultimate Battle set as well. Great ship with a nice color scheme. Grade- A+
The Forge- The Space Forge is good. I don’t know how it’ll look in the movie, but I hope the build is accurate. There’s really not much to do with it, except spinning the Power Burst in the center and sliding a drawer mechanism to reveal Thor’s new hammer/axe, Storm-Breaker. There is a spot where you can put the Power Stone that comes in the set. It looks good, but lacks in playability. Grade- B
Pod’s Uniqueness and Color
Variety of Power Burst pieces
Inaccuracy of Thor
Lack of Playability
So, all in all, it’s a good set for the price, but it does have some flaws. The Minifigures are good, the pod is outstanding, but the Space Forge is meh. The connection to the Guardians’ Ship is awesome. Overall Grade- A-
Thanks for reading my review and have a good week!
Date published: 2018-03-09
Rated 4 out of
"We'll go with the pirate-angel"I bought this set for the exclusive Teenage Groot, getting the newest version of Thor with Stormbreaker, and the escape pod that attaches to the Guardians of the Galaxies ship.
Rocket the Raccoon
- I like how the tail piece needs to be fitted through his legs, Rocket is my first figure I’ve needed to do that with so I found that a unique feature for a mini-figure. Rocket is the same mini-figure as we see in the Ravager Attacks so that’s a bit disappointing having the same version of the figure.
Teenage Groot is great! He has a one of a kind head piece, I like the torso print & his vine attachment. His legs are also plain brown and the vine attachment for his arm is hard to grip and fit into his hand; it needs a lot of pressure to fit into place.
Thor I love his hair, face & torso print, as well as Stormbreaker as it looks really great in his hand. I noticed Thor’s eyes are the same colour unlike that of the movie, perhaps the designers weren’t wanting to give away spoilers for Thor's eyes. My only real complaint about this figure are Thor’s legs are a plain black leg print which is pretty ordinary. Overall I still really like the mini-figure & a newly upgraded Thor with Stormbreaker is boss.
I like how the escape pod connects with the Gaurdians ship it definitely makes the ship feel more complete. The bubble-like front & rear glass windows make it easy to see inside the cabin of the ship which was a smart open-concept design.
2/3 of these mini-figures are new plus a ship that attaches to a larger set made this a unique & affordable set I wanted to have.
The biggest con of the set was the device was the "Stormbreaker"which looks nothing like that of the movie, it's tiny compared to the movie, and has very little playability features other than a sliding tray and spinning middle piece which aren't that impressive. If the device was a decent amount larger with more pieces and neater playing features I would have been more satisfied with this set.