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The Incredibles vs. Syndrome's Omnidroid
Disney- Pixar's award-winning 2004 movie The Incredibles comes to life in LEGO form! The Incredibles, a family of superheroes, alongside their longtime friend and partner Frozone, face the ultimate threat of Syndrome and his mighty Omnidroid. Will the super-strong Mr. Incredible, the mega-flexible Elastigirl, the ultra-speedy Dash, and the force-field creating Violet be able to stand against Syndrome?
Minifigures included in this set:
- Mr. Incredible
This set includes syndrome's Omnidroid with highly articulate legs and flick-fire missiles, a lamp post, and Violet's force field bubble. Elastigirl could come with two torsos, one with a long arm that could be bent to a desired shape, or could be pulled back and released to launch the manhole cover.
This set appeals to fans of Disney and Pixar animation, boys and girls alike, as well as teen and adults. Since LEGO's Disney franchises are mainly marketed towards little kids (in Duplo) and only girls (with the Disney Princess theme), this set would be a great addition that would be accessible to everyone. I hope you enjoyed looking at this set based on one of my favorite Pixar movies. Please support and leave your comments!
Also check out my other projects:
A Charlie Brown Christmas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/78487
Captain America- Birth of a Super-Soldier: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/99897
Cat in the Hat: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/87086
Green Goblin Lair: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/83908
Batman Arkham Origins: Firefight Over Gotham: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/106387