"I love this set. I especially like how the mini-figure's shield can go onto Captain America Mech Armour's ankle. I also like that the Captain America Mech Armour's shield can go onto it's hand and it's back. I wish the Captain America Mech Armour's shield decorations were stickers instead of painted-on. (This review is dictated by my 5 year old Grandson. And he also took the pictures himself)"
"The Miles Morales mini-figure really looks like the one in the movie. The Miles Morales Mech Armor webs are really cool. I wish Miles Morales Mech Armor has bigger feet so it could stand up better. I also like how you could joint the Miles Morales Mech Armor's web with the mini-figure's web. And you can also combine the other Marvel Mech Armor sets in your play. (This review was dictated to me by my 5 year old Grandson)"
"This set is the coolest set I have so far. It can be connected to Iron Man Hall of Armor and Iron Man Armory. However, in order to connect the three sets, you have to raise Iron Man Hall of Armor and Iron Man Armory since Attack on the Spider Lair has a platform. The basketball court and the jail are really nice features. I also really like those display cases that could hold all of Peter Parker’s Spider Man suits. Also, those large electronic screens are a really nice feature. This set is a must have if you are a Marvel fan like me. (This review was dictated by my 5 year old Grandson)"
"This is a cool set. I love all the armors, especially the blue one. I love how Tony Stark can go into all the suits. I love the rotating podium with the robotic arms. I love how you could build the set in two different ways.
"The set is cool. This is the first time I built baby Ankylosaurus and Triceratops. I like how the baby Triceratops glass cage can break apart. The set was small but I still like it. (Dictated by my 5 year old grandson)"
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