New LEGO Marvel X-Men, Spider-Man Sets, & More Coming in 2024

Plans for a number of new Marvel themed LEGO sets coming in 2024 have leaked, according to Falconbricks on Instagram.

LEGO Marvel X-Men Jet – $79.99

The Marvel X-Men Jet set is rumored to be released sometime in the first half of 2024. It will be priced at $79.99.

Marvel Rocket’s Warbird – $34.99

This Guardians of the Galaxy set will let builders create Rocket’s Warbird spaceship. Release is allegedly scheduled for sometime in the first half of 2024, and the set will cost $34.99.

Buildable Rocket Raccoon – $54.99

LEGO fans will also be able to build their own Rocket Racoon, for the price of $54.99. This set is expected to be released next year.

Venom & War Machine Mechs – $14.99

Two LEGO sets featuring mech-styles of Venom and War Machine are coming sometime in the first half of next year. Both are priced at $14.99 each.

Buildable Sam Wilson Captain America – $34.99

A buildable Sam Wilson Captain America also appears to be planned for next year, and will cost $34.99.

Spider-Man’s Car – $34.99

Give Spider-Man his own set of wheels with this LEGO set, which includes Minifigures of Spider-Man, Venom, and Green Goblin.

This set is slated for release on January 1, 2024, and is priced at $34.99.

Buildable Spider-Man – $34.99

Plans for more buildable figures have also leaked, including a buildable Spider-Man figure. Releasing in the first half of 2024, this set will cost $34.99.

Buildable Green Goblin – $34.99

A buildable Green Goblin figure is also coming sometime next year. Falconbricks implies in their post that it could be the Green Goblin from “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” though this is not confirmed.

The figure will cost $34.99.

No Way Home Expansion Set – $34.99

Finally, a new “Spider-Man: No Way Home” expansion set is rumored for the first half of 2024.

The set will include four Minifigures, including Spider-Man in his gold suit, Electro, Lizard, and a buildable Sandman. This set will cost $34.99

Keep in mind that these sets have not yet been officially announced or confirmed, and are considered leaks for now.

Are you excited to potentially see these new sets hit store shelves next year? Which one are you most likely to pick up? Let us know in the comments.

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