Hydro-Man Attack is LEGO set 76129-1. It has a score of 90. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 7 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 14.77% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Marvel Super Heroes.
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This Lego Hydro-Man attack set is pretty cool. The set has several fun elements for launching minifigs into action. The overall build for the set has a lot of potential to also be used with other sets. The Venetian bridge and gondola can be used with other Lego sets so the kids can make some of their own creations. The build instructions for this set are clearly written and easy to follow. My kids had no issues with building the set. The cool thing about sets like this is once the kids are finished with the fun of building it they can then play with it and create their own Spider-Man scenarios.
This set perfectly captures the scene in Spider-Man: Far From Home in every aspect. The figures are great, my first Spidey, MJ and Mysterio figures, which all have sweet designs. Then the model itself. For me, I treat LEGOs as models, not so much as toys, and I am a teen who LOVES Marvel, so having the battle of Hydro-Man on the bridge has AWESOME designs and stuff, the little boat build is cool, too. I got two of the three sets from the film and I can only say good things about these models! Keep it up LEGO! You never seize to surprise me!!!
On the whole, I think this set is – surprisingly – pretty good! I didn't expect to like it as much as I do, especially since I am personally not the biggest fan of LEGO playsets. The four minifigures included are great; MJ and Peter Parker will be a big draw for LEGO Spider-Man fans. The build itself I think is actually quite good.
Unfortunately I was not keen on this set. Other than Mysterio I don't think it really screams Spider-Man at you, or even superhero really. It's very basic for a non +4 set, and didn't take long to build with my son. He likes all the action buttons to press but most of the set is too easy to break apart which annoys him when he's trying to play, the white bridge arches especially. LEGO is mainly a building toy so expecting it to double as an action figure set maybe be unfair (even if LEGO seem to be pushing this recently) but even the building part of this set wasn't that fun.