Marvel and DC! It's been a while since they've been together, but LEGO Super Heroes manages to bring together Marvel and DC properties in a single line. DC Comics is mostly comic-inspired, while the bulk of Marvel sets are inspired from the Avengers film. There are exceptions, but there's a pretty good selection of characters. Notably absent? Green Lantern, who exists as a promo figure from 2011, and Spider-Man, who has been made a few times during the first and second films. The Batman (and some DC) sets are in stores now. If you can find them.
In addition to the normal minifigure-scale sets are Bionicle-like figures, many of which are out now in the DC flavor. Hulk, Iron Man, and a few others will debut with the movie product in (I think) April. What's more, fans who attended the LEGO press event were treated to two exclusive promotional figures-- unique versions of Iron Man and Captain America who, I believe, exist purely to frustrate collectors who can't get them. Only 125 pairs were produced.
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