"Where to begin? Everything about this set is amazing!!! I love all the little details, from the studs on the side to allow Spider-Man to climb on the walls, to the overall excellent look of the coffee shop and bridge, the clever design of the hydro-man build, and the little rat under the bridge who looks like a certain rat from a certain recent Marvel movie. Most importantly though, apart from the side-studs, this has an exploding bridge function and an exploding floor function perfectly disused under the table. The Hydro-man minifigure is great, and the stand he's on looks a lot like water spiraling upward. Peter is a great minifigure but I do wish his face print was more accurate. I do love the mask/hoodie though! MJ is a great inclusion as well, though her pony tail is a little long. Mysterio should have had blue power blasts and an alternate face to make him different from Molten-Man battle, but he is still great. Overall, it isn't perfect, but Hydro Man Attack is still easily my favorite set from 2019 so far."
"This thing is awesome! The build is overall similar to the Power Miners Crystal King from 2009, but so much better. I love the translucent orange, gold, and gray color scheme the use of antennae pieces to create dripping lava and Crystal King armor to create molten rocks, etc. My favorite thing about it is the asymmetrical look, with little greebles througout, and more importantly, various pieces of street sticking out of the figure. The street lamp, car hood, sign post, traffic light, and (I think) fence peices) come together really well to give the illusion that he's coming out of the road. The minifigures are great too. Stealth Spiderman and Mysterio are great new figures with a high amount of detail, and some great play features in spiderman's webs. The fireman is the ultimate examlpe of "it's the thought that counts" since he's going up against a giant sentient humanoid molten lava monster with a fire extinguisher. My only small complaints are that the stickers can be troublesome and that the line overall has no Ned minifigure. Despite that, this is still one of my favorite sets."
"I've been hoping for an Avengers Compound build since Age of Ultron's ending, and this almost lives up to all that hype. The minifigures are the best in any Avengers Endgame set, particularly Iron Man and Thanos. Nebula has the same quantum realm suit from many of the other sets but one minifigure doesn't cause the overall set to drag much. The build is pretty good overall, but I wish there was more to it. The conference room area is fun but a few more seats would have been nice, cramming all the original Avengers in there is a bit difficult. the area below it is a bit lackluster too, but decent for what it is. The garage is good though, since with the vehicles out it can function as a training room. Speaking of the vehicles, I wish they weren't there, since they didn't appear in the movie, and that instead more had been put into the compound itself for what will likely be it's only appearance. I also don't really like the fact that it's $100 for 700 pieces. It should either be ~$70 or (preferably) have ~300 more pieces to it."
"The main build is one of my favorite quinjets we've gotten. I like the orange and blue color scheme (even though it's not from the movie), and best of all the fact that it can fit all 6 of the core Avengers, with sitting room for 3, standing room for 3, and room for even more if you take out the bike and move up the turret. It's also very accessible from the top so it's easy to position the figures, and the it has several moving parts that allow for a fair amount of different play options. I can't give this 5 stars though, since the minifigures are bland and repetitive. All of the heroes have the same torso and only rocket has different legs. Thor's other components are the same as the Infinity War Sets, Hawkeye only has a new face, and black Widow only has a new hair piece. with all the new designs we could have gotten from Avengers Endgame, and for the last appearance of at least Hawkeye (Thor might be in Guardians and Widow has a solo movie coming up), and the last Avevngers appearance of any of them, I expected better. Oh, and the Chitauri's guns are an improvement but the rest of the figures are worse than the originals. TL;DR, get for the build, not the figures."
"This is the third minifigure scale hulkbuster we've gotten, and I think it does an excellent job of following up the previous variants. The gray and red color scheme works well and all the shooter functions really fit well considering the pilot goes by War Machine. Aside from that this is actually quite a fun set to build and play with. My biggest complaint is that the minifigures are wearing identical quantum realm outfits. Their new helmet and face pieces are a nice touch though, particularly War Machine's face and Ant-Man's helmet. Fortunately there's a good chance we will be seeing both of these guys again so the fact that the figures aren't unique isn't much of a problem here."
"This is probably the weakest 2019 marvel set. The build is mildly interesting but not remotely accurate to Avengers: Endgame. The outriders are the best thing about the set, as they are an improvement on the 2018 outriders. Captain America's new helmet is interesting but his face suffers from the common light print on dark pieces problem seen on characters like Batman, Mercy, or Buzz Lightyear, The shield should have been silver, and the fact that the torso and legs of the figure are a quantum realm suit instead of his Endgame Captain America uniform really brings it down a lot. I bought this set just because I am worried that it will be our last Captain America minifigure and he is my favorite Marvel hero.
Please tell me there will be a second wave of Endgame sets with no quantum realm suits."
"Build The build of this set is alright, that's all I'll say about it.
Minifigures Ghost: a great likeness to the character, but I wish she came with a hair piece. Ant-Man: Easily the best part of the set, great printing and mask mold. Wasp: Probably the worst Marvel minifigure ever. She needs leg printing, sharper wings, a better helmet mold, and a hair piece. The torso print is good but that's standard for basically every minifigure ever.
Overall, I'm glad this set is cheap, since it's a good way to get the Ant-Man suit from the last thee years worth of MCU movies, but other than that it doesn't offer much."
"Initially I was skeptical of the build. it has little to no in game significance and cant' be interacted with by players. however, the many play features, such as the hidden missiles, the splitting function, and the space at the back for minifigures to sit, more than make up for this. Ultimately, the build exceeds it's in game reputation.
Reaper is mostly pretty good. his printing, new fabric piece, and shotgun builds, are fairly accurate and well executed. What really seals the deal is the inclusion of the Banshee/Dementor leg piece to represent his Wraith form, adding to playability options for him, 5/5
Winston is a great addition to the bigfig roster. The detailing on his torso and arms, as well as tesla cannon and jump pack, really show that lego was committed to making Winston's figure a good one. 5/5
Pharah is a fantastic minifgure. her printing is great and her new helmet mold is amazing. the use of the nexo knights armor works surprisingly well here, and the wings add a lot of playability and a layer of finish to her design. A hair piece for pharah would have been nice, along with a seond set of wings, but both of those are negligable, 5/5
I can tell that a lot of effort went into making Mercy, along with a few tough decisions. Her arms were never going to be perfect, and the orange works well enough, but white might have been better. the wings aren't ideal but they work well enough. her new hair mold and torso and leg printing are amazing. Unfortunately, her face, as with most attempts by Lego to print light flesh onto a dark head mold, is a disaster. Mercy tries, but fails, to be a strong minifigure, 3/5
Despite Mercy falling short, Watchpoint Gibraltar is still a remarkable set that I would reccomend to Overwatch fans, fans of Mercy, Pharah, Winston, and Reaper, and fans of the lego space theme."
"The main build of the set is a great adaptation of the Watchpoint: Gibraltar Payload. However, the build might have been a little more interesting if it were set at King's Row (London) where Tracer and Widowmaker fought during the Alive cinematic short. The play feature of combining with Watchpoint Gibraltar is cool though.
WIdowmaker's design is excellent. her printing is spot on and the new mold for her hair is incredible. Her sniper rifle build is also a welcome surprise considering Lego already has a sniper rifle mold they often use with Star Wars sets. The grappling hook is a nice touch too. Her skin color, however, while I understand why they went with purple, probably would have worked better if it were blue, and her left arm definitely should have been gunmetal. but since her arm is an easy fix and her skin color is negligable, 5/5
Tracer is another great figure. Like with widowmaker, her printing is perfect, and her pulse pistols are also great. I also love the inclusion of a blue lightning bolt attached to her back to perfectly represent her blink her hair is great from the front but looks unfinished from the back, 4.5/5
All in all, Tracer Vs Widowmaker is a great set for overwatch fans, Tracer or Widowmaker fans, and honestly, lego fans in general."
"D.va's mech already wins 2019. it was fun to build, looks great, and is a ton of fun to play arround with. the excessive stickers aren't ideal but they are definitely necessary to capture D.va's in-game look.
Speaking of which, D.va herself, despite being one of the simpler minifigures, manages to capture her perfectly. From her two great facial expressions to her torso and leg printing to her new hair and gun mold, d.va is a fantastic minifigure.
Reinhardt, on the other hand, is good, just not great. the stiff and undetailed legs are probably the low-point of the build, while the torso build is great from the front but a little flat at the back. the arms could have been better but the new shoulder armor molds are surprising but welcome inclusions. Rein's hammer, while a bit unorthodox, is actually kind of cool.
Reinhardt himself is half of a good minifigure. His torso and face printing and helmet mold/print are great and the latter is a clever design, but his hair piece is a tad generic and his legs could have used more detail as well. once again the hammer is unorthodox, but kinda cool.
I would recommend this to Overwatch fans, D.va fans, Reinhardt fans (to a lesser extent), and anyone trying to collect all the heroes."