LEGO® Super Heroes - The Milano Spaceship Rescue (76021)

The Milano Spaceship Rescue (76021)

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Prepare for an epic clash between the Guardians of the Galaxy and the ultimate villain, Ronan! Ronan zooms into this epic deep-space battle in his personal Necrocraft, backed up by the Sakaaran, and holding his all-powerful Cosmi-Rod ready to strike. Luckily, Star-Lord is prepared to launch a counter-attack with the equally potent Hadron Enforcer and 2 iconic space blasters. Steer the mighty Milano Spaceship into battle with Gamora and Drax, firing the stud shooters and flick missiles to repel this evil threat to the Galaxy. Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Ronan and the Sakaaran.
• Includes 5 minifigures with assorted weapons and accessories: Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Ronan and the Sakaaran
• Milano Spaceship features an opening and removable cockpit, detailed interior with space for 3 minifigures, adjustable wings, fire extinguisher, old-style tape recorder, 2 flick missiles and 2 stud shooters
• Necrocraft features an opening cockpit, adjustable wings and 2 missiles
• Star-Lord in his exclusive Ravagers suit is equipped with boot thrusters, 2 iconic space blasters and a large Hadron Enforcer space blaster.
• Other weapons include a sword, the Cosmi-Rod staff, 2 daggers and a large space blaster
• Gamora, Drax and Ronan minifigures are exclusive to this set
• Match Star-Lord against evil Ronan in an epic deep-space battle
• Fire the Milano Spaceship’s stud shooters
• Place all 3 Guardians of the Galaxy minifigures inside the Milano’s detailed interior
• Use the Hadron Enforcer to neutralize Ronan’s all-powerful Cosmi-Rod
• Milano Spaceship measures over 3” (10cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 15” (40cm) wide
• Necrocraft measures over 1” (5cm) high, 5” (13cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide


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LEGO Super Heroes - The Milano Spaceship Rescue (76021) is rated 4.6571 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Set The Milano Spaceship Rescue was a very good set, although it did have some issues I would like to point out. I think the Milano is somewhat too small and I think that Lego should have made it 2 studs wider and 4 steps longer to include more detail on the inside. One of Ronin's faces looks totally messed up. The Necrocraft was awesome and I loved that they included Spring-loaded shooters and the plasma blaster in the front. The minifigs in this set are awesome and they all have great printing(Except One of Ronin's Heads). I do think that lego should have supplied a piece for the Hadron Enforcer as well as a piece that could have fit a purple stud for Ronin's infinity stone as well as include a minifigure Groot to fit inside the ship. The design of the Milano is good and I liked the very detailed wingtips as well as the armament, the ship is also extremely sturdy and has not loose connections. There are also too many stickers for my taste(I dislike stickers because they are so easy to get off centered) Rating 8.5/10 Playability 9.5/10(Wingtips are easily messed up) Value for Money 7/10 Difficulty 8.5/10(Some parts are harder than others to get perfectly connected) Build Time 3 Hrs and 30 Min(I played around with the minifigs and stuff, actual build time was like 3 Hrs) I would definitely recommend this to a friend(Get it before it retires)
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Fantastic Movie Tie-In and solid set I built this set with my two children and loved every moment. They had fun, the design was solid and the aesthetics were very representative of the source material. The minifigures, by far are the crown jewel. The interior of the ship is decent, if a bit too narrow. For anybody who loved the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, this is a must-buy to have in your collection. The decals were easy and reserved for spots where bricks alone couldn't reflect the movie design. The biggest drawback was the speed of the build. While the ship's footprint is wide, there are fewer bricks than I expected. I would've loved a larger set with a bigger scale. I definitely would've been willing to pay a higher price for it too.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Spaceship Just finished building this set and it turned out alright. I love Lego's spaceships and this ended up as a slight disappointment because of some missed potential. The detail in the interior is fantastic and the exterior wings are very nice. The minifigs are a big draw and very detailed. Some compromises were made in the design of the exterior and the nose and face is lacking especially considering the amazing work done with the Chima series. The exterior of the cockpit looks goofy; it looks like a startled pigeon. The addition of a few bricks could have made it go from silly to intimidating. The aft of the ship could definitely have used a few more elements; the engines for such a fast ship are limited and would do well with a few additional thruster type pieces. This is a bit disappointing considering the attention paid to missiles and weapons on the underside that are hard to see and even fire. The wings stand out as a highlight of the model, being very detailed, posable, and covered in decals. Overall, I would say the value of the set suffers due to these flaws as well as missing the 10 cent a piece mark. The awesome mini figures help to offset this, but I still feel that this could have been a superior set instead of just an average one.
Date published: 2015-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun to Build! This was a very fun set to build. The only problem I had with this set is that the flick-fire missile's fell out easily. Also, I wish it was big enough to fit Groot, so he could be with the rest of the team. Other than that, this was an awesome set that I would recommend.
Date published: 2015-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Spaceship from the Best Marvel Movie The Milano is amazing. Not just because I got a great deal on it, but because it's one of the best Lego sets I have ever purchased. Minifigures- The Sakaaran is amazingly detailed, he is in all of the other sets so I won't say anything about him, but I only wish there were two of them as I have a terrifying army of only three of them 3/5 Star Lord is the same as in the $20 dollar set but he has the nicely detailed Guardian uniform on. His helmet is also the same and he comes with a hair piece. So if you want this set for the helmet you can get it for $20 in the smaller set. (Which is also a great set) 3/5 Gamora is an exclusive to this set and comes with some very nice highlights in her hair. She has there Guardian Uniform, but it is made to be more fitting for a lady. Ex- the black spots suggesting her body is slim. 4/5 Drax is also an exclusive and is probably the most detailed fig in the set, his tatoos look just like in the film but with a few exceptions. The skulls on his chest are lego skeleton heads. 5/5 Ronan was the figure that I was looking the most forward to in this set. And he does not disappoint. The new hat piece is amazing and could be used for a custom Sith, the designers weren't lazy as usual,and actually gave him back printing, even though he has a cape! 6/5 Yes I'm serious I love this figure this much. Sakaaran Ship - In the photos this thing looked disappointing, and sadly the photos didn't lie. Some of the studs on it had holes in them and they didn't cover them up with smooth plates or even regular 2 by 2 plates! Yes I can cover that up with my own smooth plate, but some people don't even have of those loose as they keep all of their sets together. (I do that as well but I have all of the pieces from sets I ripped apart as a toddler) The budget one from the $20 set looked better! Also one of the few cons in this set, for people ho purchase this at full price for $75 US dollars and about $90 Canadian dollars will be disappointed that it doesn't include the smaller Sakaaran ship. But a small con for a great set. The Milano - This thing is probably the best built Lego spaceship EVER. Yes even better than the high end Star Wars Sets. It looks wonderful next to the 2013 Republic Gunship and the 2014 Star Destroyer. The design is brilliant. Lego, whoever designed this needs a bonus. Anyway a person could find this entertaining for HOURS. So many parts move and there are so many missiles on it. 8 to be exact, and 4 that you can fire. You just want to pick it up and do a dozen swooshes and go PEW PEW PEW. Imagining the missiles destroying Ronan's Warship. Also this thing is stable. You can get your 5 year old kid to shake it up and down like a madman and only the helicopter blade things and the blasters plus edge wing things will rattle. The outside is packed with detail so much so that I can't even explain it all. The interior has a reclining seat for Star Lord, three extra chairs, a fire extinguisher, and a boombox. Also for some reason Lego included a star wars piece for the control screen. How does he read that? Verdict - The Milano Spaceship Rescue is an amazing set. Even with my few minor problems you are still getting the best spaceship around. Pros Excellent Figures Ronan's Hat Piece Great pieces for MOCs Movie Accurate Amazing design Spring loaded Missiles instead of Flick Several Moving Parts Cons Lots of Stickers Translucent Stickers are Finger Print Magnets Sakaaran Ship with Studs with Holes Showing A few Weird gaps in Milano NO WALKMAN FOR STAR LORD WHY LEGO WHY! (That last one was probably because of legal issues but sigh) Not even just an extra tape piece for a Walkman dang it
Date published: 2015-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing is gorgeous! I don't even know where to start, so I'll work my way up I suppose. I got this mainly for the minifigures, and boy what value. I already have Rocket Racoon and the buildable Groot, so I admittedly got this set for the rest of the Guardians, and I had aside form Starlord, Drax, and Gomoroa, you also get Ronin the Accuser, which means you also get the villain. Sweet deal! The Sakaaran is nice too, I mean he looks like one mean guy. The smaller ship, I dunno if I can say much about it, the spring loaded missiles are awesome, and it's a nice little build, and I like that it's more or less a flying throne for Ronin. The Milano itself however, that thing is, it's easily the biggest thing I've ever built, it took a long time but man was it fun, and the end result was well worth it. The exterior is all kinds of gorgeous, it's just beautiful, the colors, the curves, the lines, the wings, the armaments, the engines, just everything about it is classy in a hot rod sort of way, fitting since Peter "Starlord" Quill is it's owner. The interior of this thing is awesome too. Peter's pilot seat was an awesome build as was the cockpit, from the back it's just a nice build, even if not overly detailed, and I LOVED the boombox across from the rearmost seat. I'll add that I adore the stud shooters and the spring missiles as I've always disliked flick fire missiles. This set was worth every last penny I paid for it. and then some. I might even order the parts to make another boombox. Oh, and Benny loves it too, he was quoted saying "SPACESHIP!" as Peter let him sit in the pilot seat.
Date published: 2015-05-24
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