Are you a fan of Marvel’s Wolverine and the X-Men universe? Then you definitely don’t want to miss out on the amazing Lego set inspired by Wolverine’s Adamantium claws from the new X-Men ’97 animated series on Disney Plus. Originally priced at $70, this awesome 596-piece kit is now available for just $49 during Target’s Circle Week event. But hurry, as this deal is only valid until April 13, or until stocks last.

To take advantage of this discounted price, you’ll need to sign up for Target’s Circle membership. The good news is that it’s completely free to join, and it also gives you access to a host of other great deals happening during Circle Week. Don’t miss this opportunity to add a piece of the X-Men universe to your Lego collection.

Once you complete the set, you’ll have a stunning display piece standing at 14.5 inches high. The posable fingers and extended Adamantium claws add a dynamic touch to the model, making it a must-have for any Wolverine fan. The iconic blue glove is just a glimpse of the full yellow outfit that Wolverine is known for, a nod to the beloved ’90s X-Men: The Animated Series.

Fans of the X-Men universe will be thrilled to know that the characters they love are back in the new X-Men ’97 animated series, now available for streaming on Disney+. Join Wolverine, Cyclops, Rogue, Beast, and more in the revival of this beloved show. Make sure to catch up on the latest episodes and stay tuned for a second season, already confirmed to be in the works.

The Lego Wolverine’s Adamantium Claws set is a perfect tribute to one of Marvel’s most beloved characters. With its incredible detail and nod to the nostalgia of the ’90s cartoon, it’s a must-have for any superhero enthusiast. Don’t miss your chance to grab this amazing deal and bring a piece of the X-Men universe into your home.

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