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76075 Wonder Woman Warrior Battle is a set released in 2017. It is the only LEGO set based on the 2017 DC Extended Universe movie Wonder Woman.

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Take off into an epic LEGO® DC Super Heroes battle against the buildable Ares™ figure with his horned helmet, giant sword and shield. Use Wonder Woman’s superhuman powers and iconic sword and shield to tackle the mythical deity, then team up with pilot Steve Trevor™ in his fighter plane with flick missiles. Includes 2 minifigures plus buildable Ares™ figure.

  • Includes 2 minifigures: Wonder Woman™ and Steve Trevor™, plus buildable Ares™ figure.
  • Fighter plane features a minifigure cockpit, 2 flick missiles and a spinning propeller.
  • Weapons include Wonder Woman’s sword, Ares’ sword and Steve Trevor’s 2 guns.
  • Accessory elements include Wonder Woman's shield and Ares' shield.
  • Fighter plane measures over 2” (6cm) high, 6” (17cm) long and 7” (20cm) wide.
  • Ares figure stands over 5” (13cm) tall.


Description

This set includes Steve Trevor's airplane and a brick-built Ares figure. The DCEU version of Wonder Woman has been modified from her appearance in 76046 Heroes of Justice: Sky High Battle to feature brighter shades of red and blue.

Background

After Steve Trevor surfaces on the remote island of Themyscira, Princess Diana of the Amazons learns about the Great War ravaging the world beyond her shores. Resolved to uphold the Amazons' mission and fight for peace, Diana returns to the outside world with Steve to join the battle and confront the vicious god of war Ares.

Minifigures Included

Notes

  • The aircraft in the set appears to be a Bristol M.1C, one of the few monoplanes used during World War I. However, the markings on the plane are inaccurate as they appear to depict American markings while the M.1C was only used by the British Royal Flying Corps.

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