Junkrat & Roadhog is LEGO set 75977-1. It has a score of 91. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 13.23% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Overwatch.
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This second wave of LEGO Overwatch not only delivers but goes above and beyond. The Roadhog bigfig itself has such detailed printing and multiple color injections that the only other bigfigs that come close to it is the Winston (Overwatch) and Bane (Batman). There chopper with sidecar (love that printed yellow dome) build seems to just roll seamlessly into any of your Apocalyseburg builds. The only downside is that you only really get one pachimari in the set (I would have wanted a couple more so they could help populate Cloud Cuckoo Land) and the sheer amount of stickers that need to be placed (which, if you look at it can also be a good thing because the LEGO designer put alot of effort into adding such a rich amount of detail to stretch the value for your money to its limit). It's also because of the stickers that I have to assign this to be a bit on the challenging side. The Perfect Sticker Tip: I know that there's alot of people having such a hard time with the JUNKERTOWN sticker to look right. What I recommend is for you to build the entire signboard first, then peel off top half of the entire signage across and then align them properly across the four plates. The stickers are spaced out evenly so that they correspond with plates perfectly. Once you're happy with the alignment, you simply pull off the sticker sheet as you pat down the rest of the sticker sign to minimize those pesky air bubbles. IT'S SO SATISFYING!!! Happy building. :D
Overall, the LEGO Overwatch Junkrat & Roadhog (75977) set is a pretty cool looking set. I really like how detailed everything is and how LEGO packed bits of Junkertown throughout the build. There are also some things I don't like about it. One is the high price point which is understandable because it uses larger parts and a new mold for Roadhog.
75977 Junkrat & Roadhog deviates significantly from past Overwatch sets, focusing overwhelmingly upon display. That approach has proven quite fruitful though because I think this model looks superb, featuring exceptional detail. The various references to the video game are enjoyable and Junkertown forms an attractive base. I love how disparate design elements from the game have been combined.