Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes is LEGO set 76077-1. It has a score of 78. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 8 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 36.82% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in Marvel Super Heroes.
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Lola may be basic, but is beautiful. Worth it for me right there. Classic car to hover car? How can you beat that. The weapons on the mech are ok, but the construction of the body is robust and great for playing and adding modifications. Definitely ready to put a few scratches in Lola.
This set is amazing. I truly do love this set! Lets start off with the car! The car (Lola) is supposed to be a 1960s corvette. When I was watching a review I saw the car and I was like that's a corvette and later on in the video the reviewer said it was a corvette! They nailed the design of the front of the car! And the other angles look pretty great to besides the back. The back of the car doesn't even look to bad just not perfect. when I saw the car first I didn't even know it could be turned into a hovercar! The front grill, has Lola on it and it is a printed piece! that's awesome. the hardest part was applying stickers to the inside of the wheel arches. those stickers were for when you make the car hover so it looks more realistic! I really do like the car. the mech is amazing it has a large menicing appearance that just looks amazing! the minifigures itself is also amazing they put a lot of printing on his torso and legs. the mech has a stud shooter than uses a gear so the stud shooter which holds six studs shoots very fast! There are only a few stickers on the mech. The good 1 playability is amazing 2 The set is great for display also 3 car fits in great with my other cars 4 I love mechs and this one is no exception 5 very attentive to detail on the minifigs. The bad 1 Because the car has the hover version it can be hard to drive sometimes (it gets stuck) 2 The minifigs helmets do not open the negatives are not severe you can switch out the helmets and also the car does not get stuck to much! Overall I think they did a great job on this set I am a huge fan of this set and marvel!
Normally, I'd buy this set because of the mech, as mechs are cool, but this time, it was all about Agent Coulson and his car, Lola. [...] The box contains three numbered parts bags, two instruction booklets (one each for Lola and Detroit Steel), and a sticker sheet with 10 stickers. A lot of stickers for a relatively small set!
If you're a Marvel Super Heroes fan, I can't help but recommend Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes. It's a set at a perfect price point, packs plenty of value and most of all, is a lot of fun. This is also one of those rare Super Heroes sets that don't completely rely on minifigures as a crutch to appeal to fans.
I like it. The two builds included are definitely a good size for the price, and the builds themselves are good – LOLA is really cool to get. The minifigure selection is good – Coulson is long-awaited while the new Iron Man figure looks nice. Playability is good with the two vehicles, so I can't complain!
To conclude, this set is an average LEGO playset and I wanted to rate it higher due to Red Lola and Agent Coulson design. However, the overall built of Detroit Steel was a disappointment.
In the end, this is a very hard set to pin down. It's got a good price, but the fact that it has a car and mech make both of the builds a bit worse.