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Buy Lego Spiderman 2 Sets

Updated on March 17, 2011

Lego Spiderman was a Lego theme tie in with Columbia Pictures the makers of the latest Spiderman films and featured characters and scenes from the movies. Kids and Adults were equally fascinated by the variety of models that were available in the Spiderman range. There were two major ranges that were available, Lego Spiderman and Lego Spiderman 2 that tied in with the movies. After the Lego Spiderman 2 range was released the tie-in ceased and no more items have been produced. Despite being discontinued the sets in this range are still highly sought after and are still available both from Ebay and from Amazon. This hub concentrates on the Lego Spiderman 2 range, if you are interested in the Lego Spiderman range from the 1st movie please check out my Buy Lego Spiderman Hub

Ebay is a great source for new and used Lego sets and they can be at extremely reasonable prices, Ebay also gives you a huge variety to choose from as well as allowing you to still find items that are no longer available.

Spider-Man's Street Chase No. 4853

This set was released in 2004 and consisted of a small diamond store, a street sign and a ramp, also included were three minifigures of Spiderman and two Bank Robbers. This set contained 79 pieces.

The two Bank Robbers in the set have a skateboard, a jetpack and a trike. There is a web of flexible web material as well as a rat that snaps into place, a cool street sign and a ramp. The Bank Robbers are excellently detailed and even have a 5-o'clock shadow and a scowl.

After robbing the diamond store two thieves are on the run and they've planned a quick and easy getaway using the ramp. Will Spider-Man stop them before they escape?

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

Doc Ock's Bank Robbery No. 4854

This set was released in 2004 and contained a set of the bank robbery that was carried out by Doc-Ock in the movie Spider-Man 2. Also included are five minifigures of Spiderman, Doc Ock, Aunt May, a Policeman and a Security Guard. This set contained 176 pieces.

The set also contains a bank, a bank vault (although it only has three hundred dollars in it), a police trike and a police car.

Doc Ock has robbed the bank and he's making a run for it and he's taken Aunt May with him. Two police officers witness the saga and try to chase Doc Ock but they can't catch him without help from Spider-Man.

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

Spider-Man's Train Rescue No. 4855

This set was released in 2004 and contained a train on a train track, also included were four minifigures of Doc Ock, Spider-Man, J. Jonah Jameson, and a train signalman. This set contained an impressive 294 pieces.

There is a "slammer" on the set that when it is slammed next to the train will send the train down the track and into the spider webs. 

Doc Ock has taken over a train and sent it speeding down the track, but Spiderman is quickly on the scene. Can he stop the runaway train?

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

Doc Ock's Hideout No. 4856

This set was released in 2004 and contained Doc Ock's old house on the water, also included were five minifigures ofSpiderman, Peter Parker, Mary Jane, Doc Ock and Harry Osborn. This set contained a whopping 481 pieces.

Inside the house are loads of flames due to Doc Ock's fusion machine. Harry Osborn's boat is also included in the set.

Doc Ock's fusion device is hidden in an old abandoned pier where he also is holding Mary Jane captive. At the same time Harry Osborn is racing to the abandoned pier in his sleek speedboat to rescue her. Can Spiderman stop Doc Ock and rescue Mary Jane?

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

Doc Ock's Fusion Lab No. 4857

This set was released in 2004 and contained the lab where scientist Otto Octavius became the feared Doc Ock, also included were four minifigures ofSpiderman, Dr Octavius, Harry Osborn and a Paramedic.This set contained 234 pieces.

Included in this set is the fusion machine and the lab, along with an ambulance for the Paramedic.

Dr. Octavius is showing off his new fusion device when it explodes which turns him into the evil Doc Ock. Now Spider-Man must save Harry Osborn from this powerful, new super-villain.

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

Doc Ock's Crime Spree No. 4858

This set was released in 2004 and contained a helicopter and two motorbikes, along with a bridge, also included were three minifigures of Spiderman, Doc Ock and a Police Man. This set contained 57 pieces.

This set is a bit light of material compared to others in this range and is probably best suited to people who want to collect all the Spiderman sets as the minifigures and most of the items are better served elsewhere.

Doc Ock is doing robberies all over town to raise money for a new lab. Spider-Man takes to the air in his helicopter to help the police stop the arch-criminal.

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

Doc Ock's Café Attack No. 4860

This set was released in 2004 and contained the café that Doc Ock attacks in the movie along with a cab, also included are three minifigures of  Spiderman, Doc Ock and a Taxi Driver. This set contained 132 pieces.

Peter Parker was enjoying lunch in a cafe, when Doc Ock crashed the party by throwing a car. Now Peter must change to Spiderman and challenge the toughest villain he has ever faced.

On the right are many of the items for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

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