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Join in the action-packed LEGO® DC Super Hero Girls™ world as Supergirl™ and Poison Ivy™ battle Lena Luthor™. This great set features three mini-doll figures, a three-level school building with swiveling classrooms, café, extending ramp, chain and disc shooters, Poison Ivy’s motorbike and Lena’s jet with rotating thrusters and a gripping claw at the front, plus two hypnotized purple Kryptomites.
Build the three-level school building and play out action-packed scenes with your favorite characters!
Featuring settings and characters from DC Super Hero Girls animated show
Includes Supergirl, Poison Ivy and Lena Luthor mini-doll figures, plus Poison Ivy’s plant Frankie and two hypnotized purple Kryptomites
LEGO DC Super Hero Girls building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
School measures over 11” high, 12” wide and 3” deep. Poison Ivy’s motorbike measures over 1” high, 3” long and 1” wide. Lena’s jet measures over 2” high, 5” long and 3” wide
712 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 12
Super Hero High School is rated
3.9 out of
Rated 3 out of
Not So FunOkay, so this is a review on the design only, not on the quality, seller, or sticker use (which there was a lot of). Solely on the design.
So with that being said... I'm not a fan of the design or style of this "school". While it isn't bad persay, it isn't very fun. It is basically 2 rooms. The front looks very nice, so if you are going to build it and have it sit and look nice, then yes, it's good for that. But for a lego fan (young or old) there isn't much to "do" in my opinion.
*The accessories are very nice - a wide range of them.*
I dissembled the kit and scrapped it for parts, which isn't a bad thing either, as it gives me new parts and new colors to work with while building other things.
Overall, I wouldn't recommend this set unless you want it for its parts, or aren't going to play with it how it is, if you add on to it, then go for it, its lego after all, that's the best part of it.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 4 out of
Needs a teacherMy child loves to play with this but was upset that there was no teacher. I tried to tell her the teacher was invisible (cause Superhero school) but she was not having it. Mr. Incredible is currently the teacher, would have been nice if there was one included though.
Date published: 2017-05-17
Rated 5 out of
We enjoyed thisThe super hero high school set is perfect for teaching the youngersters that school and education are just as imporant and cool as super heros are!! even superheros need a education! the item has a good color scheme and is fairly simple and easy to build
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 1 out of
Wow....just, Wow....I purchased this set for my niece (because she loves LEGO and superheroes), and after we put the set together, we stopped and looked at each other, and said "Wow". We both meant it the same way....What a HORRIBLE product. It's bad enough the build is unimaginative (Lena Luthor's "Jet" doesn't even look complete), and what is with all of the stickers? For an $80 dollar set, there is no excuse for all the stickers. And they aren't even quality stickers! They are already starting to peel off (I won't even get started on your atrocious Belle's Enchanted Castle (41067), which Cogsworth no longer even has a face, because you decided to use cheap stickers). We have the same issue with Wonder Woman's Dorm (set 41235). LEGO quality has been going down greatly the past couple of years. I guess I'll just by my niece the "boys" superhero sets, until you become cheap with them and fill the sets with nothing but stickers. What a disappointment....