LEGO ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home ‘Stark Jet and the Drone Attack Review

Spider-Man: Far From Home is one of my favorite movies, so the Stark Jet and the Drone Attack LEGO set (76130) was calling for me to build, and it did not disappoint. 

The Samuel L. Jackson…I mean Nick Fury minifigure is worth the set alone, in my opinion. No Brad Davis or Ned minifigures, which is fine. But a secondary face for Peter and Quentin would have opened up the photo and entertainment options. The LEGO minifigures are great in this set.

“Please, do not start calling it my Peter-tingle.” – Peter Parker/Spider-Man

“Don’t ever apologize for being the smartest one in the room.” – Quentin Beck/Mysterio

“B****, please, you’ve been to space.” – Nick Fury

“Stay sticky.” – Happy Hogan

The drones used by Mysterio and his crew were also a nice addition to go along with the set. One of my favorite scenes of the movie was when Spider-Man dropped into Mysterio’s illusion and started taking down the drones. 

This is the biggest LEGO set I have ever built and I had a great time putting it together. The cockpit has plenty of space to get Nick Fury, Happy and Spider-Man inside with a bit of leftover space for webbing and weapons.

There’s also a second compartment in the back of the jet to store some bombs that came with the set, or other stuff if you like. 

One cool thing about Tony Stark’s jet in this set is the compartment that allows Spider-Man to drop out the bottom or to release the bombs. 

I loved the little details that helped it all come to life, like the flames coming from Stark’s jet in the back.

It was a lot of fun to recreate scenes from the movie, like when Spider-Man was about to drop into battle while hanging on the Stark jet and calmly says to Happy: “Hey, Happy! We need to have a serious conversation about you and my aunt.” If you are a Spider-Man fan like me you will love this set.

On that note, I hope you enjoyed the photos and review!

2 Comments

  1. Linda C Troski

    wonderful work! Can you tell me , is there a concern about copyright in using toys as your photography? I would think for childerns rooms they would be selling.

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