76075 Wonder Woman Warrior Battle Review!

Hey guys! Today I’m here with a review of 76075 Wonder Woman Warrior Battle! This set retails for $29.99 USD, £29.99 in the UK, $59.99 in Australia, and $69.99 in New Zealand.

First, let’s take a look at the minifigures. Strictly speaking, there are two included.

Wonder Woman is a fantastic minifigure. She is similar to the Batman vs. Superman variant, but with brighter colors. She has great torso and leg printing, plus arm and side leg printing! Wonder Woman is armed with a sword and a printed shield, along with a dark blue hood and cape. All in all, a great figure to have.

The second figure in the set is Steve Trevor. Compared to Wonder Woman he is relatively plain, but I think he is nonetheless a good figure. Unfortunately he reuses the head print initially used for the Civil War Captain America, but I’m happy that he gets a brown version of the BvS Superman hairpiece. He also comes with an aviator helmet and two pistols.

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There are also two builds in the set.

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The first build is Steve Trevor’s plane. It’s a rather simple build, but we rarely get WWI-style planes in LEGO so I think it’s cool. The color scheme is mainly dark tan, and there is a seat for Steve Trevor in the cockpit…
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…but Wonder Woman can hitch a ride too. (Steve Trevor looks upset his plane is offbalance now, haha)
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There are stud shooters on top of the plane, though if you spin the propeller it can sometimes block the shots.
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Beneath the wings, there are also two flick-fire missiles. They hold the main wing and the curved plate at the end together. I think they look okay.
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Missiles are not for playing with, Steve!
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I like the use of bicycle wheels as the plane’s landing gear. So overall, the plane isn’t the most amazing build but it is decent and definitely adds value to the set.

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The other build in this set is none other than the God of War, Ares. He is build in the Giant-Man style, which means he looks like a scaled-up minifigure. I think he looks pretty cool, and the stickers definitely enhance the look. The only print on him is his head.
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From this picture, you can see that he does look like a minifigure. I like his skull helmet, as well as the orangey arms. LEGO should make a minifigure version of this and release it as a polybag 😉
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Ares comes with a silver sword and an unprinted grey shield as well.


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Overall, I’m quite happy with this set. You get two great minifigures and two great builds for a decent price. It’s rather unfortunate, however, that, despite the fact that it is $29.99 USD and £29.99 in the UK, the New Zealand price is $69.99. Normally New Zealand LEGO prices are twice that of the US ones, especially for Superhero sets (Detroit Steel Strikes had the same US and UK retail prices, but its RRP was $59.99 NZD). I hope this isn’t a permanent markup, as this set would be amazing at $59.99, but its value is lessened at $69.99.

Anyway, it’s time to rate the set!

Builds: 4/5 (Both builds are well-built and good)
Playability: 4/5 (Quite a lot of play possibilities)
Price: 4/5 (Would’ve given this a 4.5/5 if it was $59.99 NZD)
Minifigures: 3.5/5 (They aren’t bad, but Steve Trevor is a little plain and one more figure would be welcome)
Personal Rating: 4/5 (I quite like this set)
TOTAL: 3.9/5 (A very good set that you should get!)

Thanks for reading! Be sure to like this article and comment your thoughts below! I’ll see you in the next post! 🙂

VaderFan2187 out! 😀

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