Black Panther Pursuit is LEGO set 76047-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 8 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 41.06% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2016, and it is categorised in Marvel Super Heroes.
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Ooh! Another exclusive superhero: the amazing Black Panther! I was impressed with the character when watching Civil War. Let's see the set! Minifigures: Captain America: Cool! A helmetless Captain America that does not come in the Helicarrier! Whilst cool, and with a nice hairpiece, I do not like his head piece. Instead of the smiling side, I would have preferred a sterner face more typical of Steve Rogers. Winter Soldier: A cheap way to get him without getting Super Hero Airport Battle. However, if you are looking to get the whole character roster, you will end up with two identical Winter Soldiers. Still, he is a crucial character to both scenes. Black Panther: Let's be honest: The main reason, or at least part of it, you are getting this set is for T'Challa/Black Panther, right? With a detailed head and torso, cool headgear, but oddly blank legs, Panther is great in his first Lego appearance, but would have appreciated an actual helmet with T'Challa's head underneath. More balanced printing would be nice as well. Actual set: Captain America's car: Totally inaccurate to the film. Rogers drives a black Audi in this scene, not a blue Taskforce vehicle! Guess there was some different concept art! The build is average, the only cool part being the upside-down fence at the front. The spring-loaded shooter and missile actually blocks the passenger seat, so you have to remove that if Bucky wants to sit with Cap. The golden headlights look rather out of place, would appreciate a black color version. Winter Soldier's motorbike: Serves its purpose and is decently accurate. Small, but the dark red fairing is cool. Panther's jet: Awesome! Love the wing angles and the slight purple. The lime green interior is..... umm... odd, but cool pieces nonetheless. Purple and black blend nicely, but some monochromatic black would be nice as well. The stud shooters are a "side dish", but add compact weaponry. Not a big fan of the lime green engines, though, but on the whole, the standout of the set. Nice to see a set with a new figure not just about the minifigures. So... Build: 14/20 Play experience: 17/20 Minifigures: 13/20 Price: 14/20 Collectibility: 14/20 TOTAL: 72/100
Overall, this is a fantastic set. For $29.99 USD / £29.99 UK / AU$49.99 / NZ$59.99, the value is good as well, as you get two fairly large builds and the quality of Black Panther's jet is very high. If you can pick it up for RRP (or less) now, I would recommend it!
This is a perfect pursuit set because it has three minifigures and three vehicles. Kids can play out a chase scene among the three characters, and the set can be used to recreate scenes from the movie.
This set completely and overwhelmingly satisfied me. It's one of those rare LEGO sets where you can tell that the designers went above and beyond to deliver an amazing building and play experience that is just one step above most other sets on the market right now.
Honestly, I struggled with the rating of this set more than most. I like the minifig lineup, though it's hurt by Captain America being… the same guy we've gotten like ten of, and Winter Soldier also appearing the the $80 Airport battle set. Black Panther is a highlight in the set, but the rest of the set is fairly mundane, and like so many other Super Heroes sets we've gotten recently.