Spider-Man: Doc Ock Diamond Heist is LEGO set 76134-1. It has a score of 79. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 40.05% 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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Kids will love creating their own scenarios with this awesome NEW set from LEGO 4 Plus. The mini figures are always a hit, especially Doc Ock with his many mechanical arms.
Great for my other grandson who has more imagination in his pinky that most of us have in our whole lifetime! He will love this! Who doesnt love Legos!
My son was given this as a Christmas present this year. Despite only being 4, we typically get less age appropriate sets that I build and he then gets to play with. This was the first set that he was able to build the entirety of without any help (ok, I helped him get the window pieces together for the diamond crate, but that was it). I tend to think the price is a little on the higher side, but because of the fact he was able to complete it without help, I think that might make up for the price. After completion, he's had a ton of fun playing with the completed set, giving Ock a bit of a redemption arc, where the his arms have been locked in with the jewel so he's just trying to get his missing arms back. We have yet to test this functionality, but the boat also appears to be one that can float! A final thought, as someone who has about 4 of the same spider-figures, it's nice to have a different one in the collection...though given my son's love of Spidey, I have a feeling we'll be getting more of this version with the other new sets. :)
The most appealing aspect of 76134 Spider-Man: Doc Ock Diamond Heist is undoubtedly the brand new Doctor Octopus minifigure and that does not disappoint. I love the updated torso design and the bracket which supports the arms is marvellous, even though the arms themselves could be improved. In addition, the dockside crane and Doctor Octopus' boat both look pretty good on the whole, despite their basic construction.
At this price point, AFOLs would be better served spending their money elsewhere. If, like me, you have young children in the house this is a great product. They will get a ton of use out of it at the right age, and you can snag some great pieces when they move on to more complex sets.