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The Mighty Bowser LEGO Set

LEGO has officially unveiled a massive Mighty Bowser set that has interactivity with the LEGO Mario series, the biggest LEGO Bowser to date, built from an incredible 2,807 pieces.

Bowser stands at over 32cm tall and 41cm wide was released on October 1. at $269.99.

The set is the latest product from the unique LEGO and Nintendo partnership, which first launched in 2020. The Adult line incorporates a range of Super Mario-themed building kits, each designed to evoke nostalgia from LEGO fans who remember Mario as an intrinsic part of their childhood. Previous products include a buildable LEGO® Nintendo Entertainment System™ (NES) and the iconic ‘?’ Block with levels from the Super Mario™ 64 game inside. The LEGO Bowser figure, part of the ‘Adults Welcome’ series, has been long-awaited by Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs) who want to challenge themselves with a detailed set that will truly bring back fond memories of the past.

“Bowser is, quite simply, the ultimate boss – and we’re delighted to announce that we’re introducing this oversized version to the LEGO Super Mario adult line for a little added peril. Since we launched LEGO Super Mario two years ago, we’ve been on such a journey – gradually expanding with the most iconic and recognizable characters of the LEGO Super Mario universe.

Set number 71411 will include a brand new LEGO piece to authentically recreate Bowser’s spikes. It also features a fireball launcher and a poseable head, neck, arms, and fingers.

Though his hefty base and background pillars look pretty good by themselves (and also feature a hidden POW Block), they’re also designed to work with the interactive Mario, Luigi, and Peach sets that LEGO has been releasing over the last couple of years.

The Mighty Bowser set is officially the biggest Mario set to be released so far, eclipsing the Bowser’s Airship set that previously took the cake at $99.99 and 1,152 pieces. Not part of the official line but still very much a Mario LEGO set, a Super Mario 64 set was also released that was sold for $169.99.

Mighty Bowser is LEGO’s latest foray into the gaming world, having previously released sets based on Sonic the Hedgehog (with the Green Hill Zone) and Horizon: Forbidden West (with the Tallneck).Whether fans are buying LEGO Super Mario The Mighty Bowser for build, play or display, the moveable figure will use newly designed elements to recreate the look of Bowser’s spikes. As well as having a fireball launcher and a button to control Bowser’s head and neck movements, his mouth, arms, legs, and tail will be movable too, so fans can replicate the fearsome nature of the Koopa King that they know and love.

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