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LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Daily Bugle (76178) brings together a cast of 25 classic characters from the Spiderverse in a stunning build-and-display construction project for adults.

A 4-story celebration of the Marvel Universe Measuring over 32 in. (82 cm) high, this 3,772-piece recreation of the Daily Bugle office block provides a towering backdrop for an all-star cast of Marvel heroes and villains, many new to this set! The building is filled with authentic details, fascinating features and classic comic-book action – from the New York taxi cab outside to the penthouse office of the Bugle’s Editor in Chief. Marvel enthusiasts will find the model challenging but highly rewarding to build. Once it’s completed, the removable floors, roof and detachable facades reveal this Marvel tribute for all to admire.

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LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Daily Bugle (76178) is the ultimate build-and-display project for adult Marvel enthusiasts, featuring an all-star cast of Marvel’s most celebrated heroes and villains.

25 minifigures bring life to the set: Doctor Octopus, Spider-Man, Venom, Miles Morales, Spider-Ham, Green Goblin, Peter Parker, Spider-Gwen, Mysterio, Sandman, Robbie Robertson and many more!

5 minifigures are new to this set – Blade the vampire hunter, J. Jonah Jameson, the owner of the Daily Bugle, Black Cat, Daredevil and Punisher. Also includes Spider-Man’s buggy.

Indulge your creative construction superpowers with this 3,772-piece recreation of the Daily Bugle office, bursting with authentic details, fascinating features and a spectacular super-hero action.

This 4-story celebration of the Marvel Universe is a rewarding build-and-display project for adult model-makers and fans of comic-book culture that will attract attention wherever it is displayed.

Measuring over 32 in. (82 cm) high, 10.5 in. (27 cm) wide and 10.5 in. (27 cm) deep, this impressive model is crammed to the rooftop with classic characters, realistic features and fun accessories.

Using the high-quality, easy-to-follow instructions, you can embark on this fascinating construction project as soon as you open the box.

The range of LEGO sets created with adults in mind are designed to deliver a satisfying build-and-display experience that will captivate any model-making enthusiast.

LEGO building kits meet rigorous industry quality standards to ensure they are consistent, compatible and connect and pull apart perfectly every time – it’s been that way since 1958.

LEGO components are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and analyzed to make sure they meet stringent global safety standards.

The set will cost $299.99 and be available on June 1, 2021.
























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Looking at all the pictures on the LEGO site, I've identified most of the minifigs. 

  1. Spider-Man (Peter)
  2. Spider-Man (Miles)
  3. Spider-Gwen
  4. Spider-Ham
  5. Black Cat
  6. Firestar
  7. Daredevil
  8. The Punisher
  9. Blade the Vampire Hunter
  10. Green Goblin
  11. Doctor Octopus
  12. Sandman
  13. Mysterio
  14. Venom
  15. Carnage
  16. J. Jonah Jamison
  17. Betty Brant
  18. Robbie Robertson
  19. Peter Parker
  20. Ned Leeds (?)
  21. Gwen Stacy (? blonde in reception area)
  22. Aunt May (? gray-haired woman)
  23. Receptionist (black guy, not Robbie)
  24. News vendor
  25. ??? (maybe there's a cab driver)

EDIT: Okay, after looking at the video posted below by michiganjfrog, they show all of the minifigs. There is indeed a cab driver named "Bennie", and civilian Gwen Stacy and Aunt May are confirmed. The white reporter I thought was Ned Leeds is actually Ben Urich (equally cool). The black guy who isn't Blade or Robbie is... Ron Barney...?!?! I have no idea who that is. Maybe he's supposed to be the news vendor but they don't have him pictured there. The figure pictured at the newsstand is "Amber Grant" who is a photographer, but I think the figure's coloring is a little dark so maybe they confused her with Glory Grant...?

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