LEGO Marvel Avengers: Code Red is the newest special from Marvel, and the trailer for it was recently released. The LEGO Marvel Avengers: Code Red clip was shared on YouTube by Marvel Entertainment. A Disney+-only special featuring The Avengers teaming together to defeat The Collector will be available. The iconic cast, which includes two different Captain Americas, Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, Black Widow, Black Panther, and an enlisted Wolverine, is shown in the trailer. The Collector is shown in the teaser trying to gather and lock up uncommon heroes, with the Avengers being his next target. The Avengers must construct a path out of a trap and battle more villains along the route after falling victim to one. Given the summary of the programme, LEGO Marvel Avengers: Code Red witnesses The Avengers coming together to celebrate their most recent triumph, but their festivities are cut short when Red Guardian, the father of Black Widow, vanishes without explanation. But “they meet a dangerous new foe quite unlike anything they’ve ever encountered before” when the squad eventually finds out where Red Guardian was taken.
Apart from the latest partnership between LEGO and Marvel, the toy business has been producing new sets and specialties, one of which being LEGO Jurassic Park: The Unofficial Retelling. With Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) as the primary narrator, the LEGO version of the dinosaur movie gives the audience a fresh take on the beloved tale. A Peacock special, LEGO Jurassic Park: The Unofficial Retelling ran for around twenty-two minutes. Disney+ has also been airing a number of LEGO Star Wars specials, including LEGO Star Wars: Summer Vacation from the previous year. Comparing The Avengers to their LEGO counterparts, the limited edition comic book Avengers: Twilight reveals a more darker aspect to the well-known superhero squad. Avengers: Twilight is set in a world where the majority of the team has perished, and it centres on Steve Rogers’ conflict between his political career and his moral convictions as the first Avenger. Written by Chip Zdarsky and drawn by Daniel Acuña, Avengers: Twilight presents a fresh take on Captain America. Zdarsky says readers should just “enjoy the story” and not overanalyze the comic.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News