LEGO® Super Heroes - Rhino and Sandman Super Villain Team-up (76037)

Sandman and Rhino have joined forces to steal diamonds and now they are hiding out with the loot at the construction site.

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Sandman and Rhino have joined forces to steal diamonds and now they are hiding out with the loot at the construction site. Rush to recover the stolen jewels with Iron Spider and Spider-Man. But, oh no! The super villains have set an ambush, attacking with the marauding Rhino Mech’s stud shooters and trapping Iron Spider in one of Sandman’s shape-shifting sand hands. Super-jump to the rescue with Spider-Man, activating the spider’s web and the crane’s demolition ball to trap and topple the Rhino Mech. Then release Iron Spider from the sand hand and knock over the sign with another perfectly aimed jump to reveal the hidden diamonds! Includes 4 minifigures with a weapon element and assorted accessory elements: Spider-Man, Iron Spider, Sandman and Rhino.
• Includes 4 minifigures with a weapon element and assorted accessory elements: Spider-Man, Iron Spider, Sandman and Rhino
• Construction site features a rotating crane with wrecking ball and wrecking-ball release function, 2 gripping Sandman sand hands, construction sign with super-jump-activated spider’s web, diamond hiding place with diamond-style elements, opening can with shovel and concrete-style pillars
• Rhino Mech features an opening cockpit, 2 stud shooters in each hand and posable joints
• Includes Sandman’s sand hammer element
• Accessory elements include Spider-Man’s iconic web slinger and a Super Jumper
• Evade the Rhino Mech’s stud shooters
• Watch out for the Sandman’s shape-shifting sand hands!
• Super-jump Spider-Man to activate the spider web trap
• Reveal the hidden diamonds with a perfectly aimed super jump!
• Construction site measures over 8” (21cm) high, 10” (27cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep
• Rhino Mech measures over 4” (11cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 3” (10cm) wide


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LEGO® Super Heroes - Rhino and Sandman Super Villain Team-up (76037) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great figures and good fun First up, the figures in this set are amazing. Spider-Man's costume gets a welcome update with new double-moulded boots, the Iron Spider is a fun new addition and Sandman looks accurate to the comics. Rhino's actual minifig is a bit plain, but his brick built armour make up for that. Though a big fig like Hulk's may have been more accurate to the comics and cartoons, this suit adds more posabilty and play value to the character, and is a nice nod to Rhino's (sadly wasted) appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. However, it would have been nice if Sandman and Rhino had gotten unique faces, as they re-use designs from the Hobbit Elves and Star Wars Clone Troopers. Overall, though, it's a great selection, both to enjoy on their own and to add to a collection. The set itself is pretty fun. It has great play value, and that's what really counts in a Lego set. It's made to be easy to knock down and rebuild, and the action features are great. It's made to utilise the new Super Jumper. Though collectors may wish to avoid them due to the slight damage they can cause to figures, kids can have great fun knocking down cranes and webbing up bad guys. It takes some practice, though! As a display piece, however, the set isn't as attractive as Lego's previous Marvel sets, but it is built more for play than display. Overall, it's a fantastic set for kids and minifigure collectors, but maybe not so much for people looking to display it with other models. Though the current asking price (as of June 2015) may put a few people off, it's definitely worth considering for the wealth of new figures and features it has to offer.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Iron Spider! Okay, I'm going to start this review with the minifigures. Spiderman first. He's mostly the same as in other sets with the exception of the dual colored legs. Those legs make him look so much better (adds some more red. There was to much blue before) and that by itself makes the set worth getting. Sandman: He looks pretty good. He is halfway sand and halfway human and the printing, though minimal, looks great. I've read a few reviews that people complained about the re-purposed elf head. I don't really agree. The angry side of the head looks perfect. I wish Lego had made the other side grinning, though. They show him grinning in the little comic that's included and it looks really good. Changing that expression would have made him a little bit better. Overall, Sandman is a great minifigure and getting if you are a Spiderman fan. (I forgot to mention Sandman's hammer. It's a really clever little build and it adds a lot to him) Rhino: A pretty simple minifigure as far a villains go, but still cool. Again, I've heard some people complain about the repurposed head and again, I have to disagree. I think that it's a perfect head for Rhino. I know it comes on pretty much all clones, but it still looks good. Actually, it's better than good, because you can change his expression by switching that head out for one of the new frowning stormtrooper heads. Rhino's torso printing is simple, but excellent. Iron Spider: Save the best for last. Iron Spider is epic. His printing is superb, his pack is a great little build and he's just all around awesome. A five out of five star minifigure. Now, on to the builds, starting with Rhino's armor. I'm kind of biased when is comes to mechs of any sort. I love them! So of course Rhino's suit was a must have. It's very sturdy, highly poseable and looks great in the process. I especially like the mix of large and small joints and the white stud shooters. The head design is genius and it really looks like a rhino (albeit a robot rhino, but a rhino nonetheless). The technic frame that the head folds down onto gives the suit a chunky, intimidating look. The legs are a similar design to Hulkbuster's. The orangey brown brick padding inside is a nice detail. The main build: The first thing that I want to say about it is I wish Lego had made it a regular construction site with spots to add Sandman's sand pillar and hands. That way, you could use the site for Lego city or something. Also, maybe the crane could have been a tiny bit bigger with a cab for a driver. Oh well. It's still a good build with a good-sized area to play in. The super-jumper functions were good, although the crane/boulder drop one was hard to hit. I like the little hidey-hole for the stolen gems. The sticker detail is awesome, but it was a bit tough to get the ones on the road straight. The sand hands were neat builds and the crane looks good but, like I said, a cab would have been nice. FINAL VERDICT: Pros: Great minifigures Good play functions Epic Rhino suit Lots of play area Some amazing sticker detail Cons: Sand hands and pillar aren't easily removed Some stickers were hard to get right No cab on the crane. Overall a very satisfactory set, though maybe a bit pricey. I would recommend this set to any Spiderman or Marvel superheroes fans.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sandman and Rhino Vs Spiderman and Iron Spider This was a great set to build with three stages and and two key parts, it meant you could spread the build out over a couple of days if you wanted to. The minifigures are good, especially Iron Spiders extra arms which can be moved to hold onto things. Sandmans 'sand' colour was a little off at first, but when combined with the scenery, made perfect sense and blended in. First Build - Rhino Suit; Building the Rhino exo-suit was straight forward but well thought out, keeping to the idea of it being to offer strength and intimidation rather than to be a full battle suit (like the Hulk Buster) Standing at about a 2/3 the size of hulk buster this suit was still a fair size, especially when stood next to an ordinary minifigure. the arms and legs are fully possible, and the addition of stud shooters on the hands was good, resembling the toes of actual rhino feet Second Build - Battle ground Scenery: Split into two parts, and combined later, this was also good to build and surprisingly large when assembled. with a width of about 30cm and the crane height at about 15cm there is a lot of area to play with. Again, simple to build but interesting to see it all take shape. The way this set was designed to integrate Sandmans abilities of being able to manipulate the surrounding sand element was very well done, with two large hands grabbing out at Spiderman and Iron Spider, as well as Sandmans pile set high to give him a good vantage point for attacking, all making for a great play and display set. > The only tricky part for this build was getting the stickers on just right, and there were quite a few! Overall, well worth getting, especially if you are trying to build a Lego city or town. Lot's of fun to be had with this set
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excelent Excellent
Date published: 2015-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from sandman attack! The Sandman and Rhino super villain team up was both and exciting to build. I enjoy this set for several reasons. first and foremost we get two new villains and two new versions of spider-man himself. seeing that this set is based on ultimate spider-man I understand why they chose to use the mechanical suit. I'd still prefer to get a big fig somewhere down the line and I think I'd like to see sand man return as well but wearing his traditional dark brown pants instead. I love both the spider-man and iron spider minifigs and the molded boots on spider-man bring him closer to feeling like the comic book. As for the actual set I highly recommend combing this set with both the avengers tower and daily bugle sets if you can. along with some grey plates and streets you can create a fantastic downtown marvel new york feel. I'm also considering getting some of the creator sets and lego city sets to create a superhero city for these wonderful characters to do battle in. In the future I'd like to see lego include in the instructions a proper how to on attaching and detaching the super jumper to prevent any damage to the mini figs. I have found that squeezing the super jumper while removing the legs has been the safest method. All in all its still a fun set and i highly recommend it.
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Weakest of the Fall 2015 Superhero Line As a huge Spider-Man fan, I was ecstatic to hear that a set incorporating two iconic Spidey villains (Rhino and Sandman) was going to join the ever extending roster of Lego Superhero Minifigures. But when the first pictures started to roll out, I became less and less excited. Well know that it's finally in my possession let's get down to the knitty gritty: The Pros: -Excellent Design on the Iron Spider Figure, Especially love the use of the talon pieces as his appendages -Great use of the new overmolded legs, giving Spider-Man an even more true to the comics feel -Decent play features, I like the crane bit, and the super jumpers are given their use with pieces that can be flipped and knocked over by hitting red signs The Cons: - The reuse of an Elf's Head from Lord of the Rings for Sandman's Face: I've said it once for the Ant-Man Set and I'll say it again, re purposing pieces is fine, but reusing heads for iconic comicbook characters that hardly resemble their fictional counterparts is just lazy and honestly disappointing coming from the Lego Group. -Rhino's Suit : Oh boy where do i start? First of all, I would've much preferred a big figure to this mechanized suit version, but besides that, the suit itself is just clunky and overall poorly designed. The white stud shooters just do not mesh with the colorscheme and come off as tacked on, just to add another play feature . -Rhino's Minifigure: Poor Rhino, first The Amazing Spider-Man 2 doesn't do him justice and now Lego? The minifigure of this iconic villain is simply, well, boring. Since I have no more to say about the reusing of heads (in this case the abundant clone trooper's) let's stick to the only thing about him that's actually unique: the torso. Well it's simply uninspired, just a simple undershirt with some belts. Yes I understand Rhino isn't that much of an interesting character, which is why I think it would've been much better to simply use a big fig, seeing as the only one ever used in the Marvel line was Green Goblin, but I digress -The Build: Honestly this build is ugly. There, I said it. It's wonky, all over the place and abuses stickers like crazy. To make matters even worse, It's pretty flimsy, and the play features won't take much to come apart In conclusion: I say that only if you are a die hard fan should you purchase this one. With its disjointed and incoherent build, to its lackluster and lazily designed minfigures, this is sadly one to pass on. If you really like the figures, you'd save yourself the money by just buying them separately on eBay. Trust me, there are far better superhero sets that are worth your hard earned $40, and this sure isn't one of them
Date published: 2015-07-28
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