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LEGO's Massive Sanctum Sanctorum Set Gives Doctor Strange 2's Zombie Hero His Own Minifig

CBR logo CBR 8/5/2022 André Joseph
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LEGO's massive Sanctum Sanctorum set gives Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' zombie hero variant his own minifig.

The impressive LEGO set pays tribute to some memorable scenes from Marvel Cinematic Universe entries Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Avengers: Infinity War. This 2,708-piece recreation of Doctor Strange's 177A Bleecker Street residence is a three-story, 360-degree structure honoring the Master of the Mystic Arts. It contains familiar features from the MCU films, from the museum of his mystical collections to his library.

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The set comes with nine Marvel minifigs, including Wong, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Ebony Maw, Master Mordo, Sinister Strange, Scarlet Witch and Dead Strange. The latter of the nine minifigs stands out with his zombified face and exposed remains. Also featured in the set is Gargantos, shown exploding out the side of the Sanctum's structure.

The Sanctum Sanctorum made its first MCU appearance in 2016's Doctor Strange. It serves as one of three shields, along with similar locations in London and Hong Kong, to protect the earth from outer dimensions. Each Sanctum could be accessed through the Kamar-Taj training grounds in Nepal. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) battled Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) and his zealots in the Sanctum in his solo venture. He later fought alongside Iron Man, Wong, Spider-Man and Bruce Banner against Thanos' minions in 2018's Avengers: Infinity War.

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The Sanctum played a major role in 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home, where Peter Parker (Tom Holland) visits 177A Bleecker Street to seek Strange's help to erase people's memories of him as the Wall-Crawler. But after disrupting Strange's spell and opening the multiverse to past Spider-Man supervillains, Parker and his friends use the workshop of the Sanctum to imprison them. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Strange came across an alternate universe version of the Sanctum protected by Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and later encountered a desolate Sanctum in a more cursed universe that houses Sinister Strange.

LEGO has been on a roll with its Marvel-themed releases this year. They have a series of sets based on Wakanda Forever coming soon, which seemingly reveal who will take over as the new Black Panther. Additionally, LEGO has a Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special set that includes Groot decorated like a Christmas tree, a return of the Collector, and Peter Quill/Star-Lord riding Santa's sled.

LEGO's Marvel Sanctum Sanctorum is available for $249.99 at LEGO.com. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now streaming on Disney+.

Source: LEGO

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