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Nintendo’s Gigantic 14ft Tall Mighty Bowser Invades Comic-Con

This king-sized Lego Bowser crushes the retail version significantly.

Lego recently showcased its Mighty Bowser set and if you were impressed by it but still feel the need for something bigger, then Nintendo’s got something for you. 

As part of the San Diego Comic-Con, Nintendo has built an enormous Mighty Bowser that measures over 14ft fall. The retail version of Mighty Bowser weighs 2,807 pieces and is already pretty sizey, making it the largest Lego Mario adult set so far. 

However, the version that was unveiled in San Diego crushes the retail version significantly. It was made using more than 663,900 bricks, making it magnificently heavy. 

Even more, the 14ft tall version is articulated, which means it’s able to move its thumbs, shift its arms, swivel its head and eyes independently and can also waggle its eyebrows for good measure. 

Fans who are waiting to see the gigantic or King-Sized Bowser as Nintendo calls it can do so at San Diego Comic-Con from today, 21st to 24th July. And if you won’t be attending the event, you could simply save cost and watch the Twitter video a couple of times. 

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Isa Muhammad is a writer and video game journalist covering many aspects of entertainment media including the film industry. He enjoys reading philosophy, autobiographies and staying informed. If he's not reading, playing video games or catching up on his favourite TV series, then he's probably writing about them.

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