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A detailed look at the giant LEGO Bowser that Nintendo has brought to Comic-Con

News arrives again for fans who are interested in getting hold of products from LEGO Super Mario. Apparently, the announcement of news has recently been shared.

This is a new video of the presence of the next set in the san diego comic con, scheduled for July 21 to 24 this year. Remember that this is a pack that will allow us to build Bowser and will be released on October 1 this year. Includes movable head and legs and 2,807 building blocks.

To promote it, Nintendo carried a giant version in the meeting It features nearly 700,000 Lego blocks, is over 14 feet (over 4 meters) tall, and weighs 4 tons.

We leave you with the video:

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