Like any good Marvel Studios movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness came bundled with a flurry of merchandising and that naturally involves some brand new LEGO.
However, one particular set is taking Stephen's headquarters to a whole new level with a massive blocky Sanctum Sanctorum.Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness opened in theaters back in early May, earning nearly a billion dollars from the worldwide box office since then, proving the MCU hadn’t lost its touch after the relatively disappointing performance of previous Marvel Studios movies in 2021.
The Doctor Strange sequel also provided fans with crossover potential, unlike the character's first film, and it looks like LEGO took inspiration from that to create this new set to commemorate the film’s release.Little Details You Missed in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaIn this case, LEGO's brand-new Sanctum Sanctorum, coming out on August 1, features a staggering 2708 pieces, making the biggest iteration of the sacred site when it comes to Doctor Strange sets.
However, MCU fans will find this multiversal build covers much more than the latest film’s plot. Also packed in the Sanctum Sanctorum are a total of nine Minifigures, including not only Doctor Strange, Wong, Sinister Strange, Dead Strange, Scarlet Witch and Mordo, but also Iron Man, Thanos' adoptive son Ebony Maw, and even Spider-Man, meaning the set also works as an Avengers: Infinity War or No Way Home tribute.The set measures over 12.5 inches (32cm) in height, 12.5 in.Read more on gamerant.com