NEW LEGO Avengers Endgame set revealed! 76144 Hulk Helicopter Drop!

Hey everyone! We have some new unexpected LEGO news today – another LEGO Avengers Endgame set has been revealed! This is 76144 Hulk Helicopter Drop, with 482 pieces and a retail price of $59.99 USD. It will be released on November 25, alongside four other rumored LEGO Avengers sets (it is currently unclear if these sets are Endgame-related). The set also comes with a brand new official Pepper Potts Rescue minifigure and a right-handed Stark Gauntlet! Check out a bunch of new official images below.
LEGO Rescue
So, here it is: our very own official LEGO Rescue minifigure! Pepper Potts wearing the Rescue armor appeared in the final battle of Avengers Endgame which delighted fans everywhere, but LEGO fans were initially disappointed for never getting an official figure of her character.
LEGO Rescue Minifigure
However, those disappointments are no more as we now have an official LEGO minifigure of the Rescue suit! The minifigure has a purple and gold design with some blue highlights and while most agree this color scheme is not entirely accurate, it’s still great to get this minifigure.
LEGO Rescue Figure
The figure is also remarkably detailed, with helmet, torso, leg, and toe printing. It uses the one-piece Invincible Iron Man helmet mold as opposed to the regular Iron Man helmet, which means the helmet can’t flip open like in the movie.
LEGO Iron Man Rescue
Rescue has a brick-built backpack which gives her two “wings”, similar to the wings on her movie suit. Once again it’s not entirely accurate but it looks good. Rescue is armed with translucent light blue Power Blasts, just like Iron Man in 76131 Avengers Compound Battle.
LEGO Pepper Potts
The helmet can be removed and LEGO has included a hairpiece for Pepper Potts. Her head is reused from Hermione in the Harry Potter sets which I feel isn’t perfect – I much preferred the original LEGO Pepper Potts minifigure head from 2013.
LEGO Pepper Potts Minifigure
She has an alternate, angrier face. Some have criticised this hairpiece but I think it looks alright and the overall shape is similar to Pepper’s hairstyle in the final battle.
LEGO Black Widow
The next minifigure in the set is Black Widow and… why? Just why? We already got a Quantum Realm Black Widow minifigure in 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet and she… uh… wasn’t exactly present for the final battle of Avengers Endgame. I would mind this minifigure less if they gave her her movie outfit or red hair, but nope – she still has the orange hair and Quantum Realm suit.
LEGO Black Widow Minifigure
However, some LEGO fans have pointed out that her eyebrow print seems lighter than previous variants, meaning it could possibly be a new print to match her hair color. If this is true, I think it is a total waste of a new print and that would just annoy the heck out of me. I’m still not too sure if it’s a new print or not, though.
LEGO Black Widow Batons
However, there is one improvement to this figure – her batons. LEGO used to give her translucent light blue lightsaber blade pieces which were completely inaccurate. Here, she now has black lightsaber hilts attached to wands, which match the movie batons better. Despite this upgrade, I still find this minifigure unnecessary on the whole.
LEGO Chitauri
Two Chitauri minifigures are included. Once again, these minifigures are identical to the ones from 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet, with a plain grey color scheme along with torso and head prints.
LEGO Chitauri Minifigure
However, these Chitauri minifigures do not come with their golden guns which is disappointing to me as that was my favorite part of those minifigures.
LEGO Hulk
Now, our final minifigure in the set is Professor Hulk himself, armed with none other than the red Stark Gauntlet!
LEGO Stark Gauntlet
This LEGO Professor Hulk wears the white Quantum Realm suit, which I do not really mind as it completes the LEGO Quantum Realm suit minifigure roster. Now, every character who wore the Quantum Realm suit has a corresponding official LEGO figure.
LEGO Professor Hulk
I do feel that the face print for Hulk looks really weird. Something about the furrowed eyebrows and wiggly mouth print just seems off to me when I look at it. I also don’t like how the black print on the legs ends abruptly at the knees, but LEGO has sadly always skimped out on prints for bigfigs.
LEGO Hulk Gauntlet
However, the star of the show is of course the Stark Gauntlet itself. The set actually includes a whopping four Infinity Stones – Space, Reality, Soul, and Mind – while the other two come in 76131 Avengers Compound Battle, meaning you can just buy these two sets to get a full gauntlet.
LEGO Hulk Infinity Gauntlet
The Stark Gauntlet is a mirrored version of the left-handed Thanos Infinity Gauntlet, and is worn on the right hand (just like in the movie). It even is printed with grey and black designs to give it an accurate tech-like design! I love it and it’s the biggest draw of the set for me.
LEGO Avengers Endgame set
Now, on to the builds of the set, the first of which is this helicopter. Now, I don’t want to be negative, but why is this a thing? We already got a weird helicopter in 76131 Avengers Compound Battle, so why does LEGO feel the need to make a bigger, more expensive unnecessary helicopter?
LEGO Helicopter
The color scheme of the helicopter is also pretty bad, in my opinion. The light grey, dark blue, white, and translucent orange combination screams “Nexo Knights” and it’s not a good look for an Avengers vehicle. 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet pulled off translucent orange cockpits but it had a much darker color scheme that didn’t look as ridiculous. The three translucent orange propellers on the top of the helicopter look terrible as well. There are two hinged wings on the sides of the copter – these have nice brick-built designs but the color scheme is again wrong and the overall design looks strange and stubby. The build as a whole just looks like a bootleg unlicensed Avengers toy and not an official licensed LEGO set simply because of the strange color scheme and complete lack of corresponding source material.
LEGO Avengers Endgame Set
The cockpit glass is a translucent orange helicopter cockpit piece. It hinges up and there’s a seat for Black Widow inside; the seat is, however, pretty bare. Furthermore, the shaping around the cockpit unfortunately causes a lot of gaps, even when the cockpit is closed.
LEGO Tile Shooter
The wings of the helicopter have one of the new tile shooters at each tip. This piece was introduced for the LEGO firefighter theme and has been reused here. There are three translucent orange tiles in each shooter and you can fire them off one by one or in quick succession.
LEGO Box
There’s a light grey crate included to hold any extra ammunition. The crate can be attached to the helicopter.
LEGO Hulk Drop Helicopter
As this set is called the “Hulk Drop Helicopter”, the main play feature of the helicopter is to – you guessed it – drop the Hulk. Hulk can be attached to the bottom of the ship and there’s a button on top that will cause him to drop down – a play feature reminiscent of the Bruce Banner-launching one in 76084 The Ultimate Battle for Asgard.
LEGO Avengers Endgame New Set
However, once the Hulk has been launched, the helicopter looks very empty in the body section which is pretty disappointing and not really worth it just for one play feature.
LEGO Chitauri Leviathan
The second build in the set is supposed to be a miniaturised Chitauri Leviathan. Yes, that thing is supposed to be a Leviathan.
LEGO Chitauri Leviathan
It has a gold color scheme, poseable ball-jointed body, two wings, snapping jaw, one minifigure seat, and a translucent purple control display.
LEGO Chitauri Leviathan
I mean, I kind of get what LEGO was going for here, but it really doesn’t work in my opinion. The defining feature of the Chitauri Leviathan is its massive size, and this does not reflect that in the slightest. It looks more like a mini Ninjago dragon than anything as hefty and gigantic as a Chitauri Leviathan. If you ask me, I would’ve preferred a Chitauri Leviathan to be a much larger main build, and for the helicopter to have been left out altogether.
LEGO Chitauri Chariot
The final build in the set is the Chitauri chariot. I’ve seen many criticise it but this is surprisingly my favorite build in the set. It’s small but I think it works, and is about the right size in comparison to the movie variant.
LEGO Chitauri Chariot
The double-pronged front was a defining feature of the Chitauri chariot which the 2012 LEGO ones did not have, and I’m pleased to see it replicated here. A Chitauri minifigure can stand and hold on to the handlebars which I think works well.
LEGO Chitauri Chariot
There are a pair of stud shooters on the sides and the middle has a brick-built mini cannon. This is built from Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi’s crown from 70824 Introducing Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi with a translucent purple cone on the end and it looks really good! I also applaud the accurate sloped shaping at the back of the speeder, which looks fantastic as well.


LEGO 76144 Hulk Helicopter DropSo, as a whole – I am very very excited that LEGO is making more Avengers Endgame sets, and if the rumors for 4 more Avengers sets are true I hope they are all Endgame-related.

However, this set is a very mixed bag to me. Quantum Realm Hulk, Rescue, and the Stark Gauntlet are absolutely incredible and the small Chitauri chariot is not bad to me. However, Black Widow’s inclusion is a wasted slot that should have gone to someone like Ronin, and the two main builds of the set are, in my honest opinion, completely superfluous. Furthermore, $59.99 USD is definitely way too much – the helicopter, Leviathan, and Chitauri chariot are pretty small and even with the new Hulk included I don’t feel the price is justified at all.

Thank you for reading! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! 🙂

VaderFan2187 out! 😀

10 thoughts on “NEW LEGO Avengers Endgame set revealed! 76144 Hulk Helicopter Drop!

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  1. Thanks for the article.

    Love the nano infinity gauntlet but the rest is just meh. What really worries me is the inclusion of the Chitauri Leviathan, I had always held out hope Lego would try a £100 plus (ideally £200 plus) large playset/display version that could include a load of the never been released characters. For my money it would be a much more fitting anniversary set than the Hulkbusters set they did.

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  2. Yeesh, what a terrible set! Apart from QR-suit Hulk, Rescue armour Pepper and the Iron Gauntlet there’s really no reason to get this set at all.
    What is it with TLG and helicopters all the time at the moment? EVERY City spinoff from the last about 17 waves of LEGO sets has included at least one helicopter, even when it’s completely unnecessary (like the underwater subtheme). And now they’re taking over superhero themes as well. What is the point of this helicopter? It wasn’t in the movie; to my knowledge there isn’t a helicopter in any of the Marvel Phase 3 movies at all. Pointless inclusion, especially when they could have given us a slightly more realistic-sized Chitauri Leviathan instead. Or the QR time portal. Or some ruined Avengers compound scenery. Or practically ANYTHING else.
    And why Black Widow again? I love strong female characters, but why not Nebula, Gamora, Mantis, Okoye or Valkyrie? You’re totally right; the Hermione head really doesn’t work for Natasha Romanoff.
    I concur with your judgment: the Chitauri chariot is about the best build of this dumb cash-in set. I can build a better one myself, though; that thing’s pretty bad. But as bad as it is, it’s still better than that sucky Non-viathan and pointless Nexo chopper.

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    1. Completely agree about the unnecessary helicopters appearing in sets and other minifigs being more appropriate in this set.

      However, MCU Phase 3 featured a helicopter in Captain America: Civil War, Bucky tries to escape in one but Cap physically stops it from taking off. Obviously this has nothing to do with Endgame so doesn’t justify its presence in this set, but I remembered that scene.

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