Breaking News! The Alien Mothership has appeared in the city skyline, right before the eyes of the intrepid reporter with the LEGO Alien Conquest Alien Mothership (7065). As the massive UFO spins above his head with eerie alien noises, the reporter watches in horror as the abducting claw heads his way. Help the reporter avoid capture and live to tell his tale on the nightly news!
The LEGO Alien Conquest Alien Mothership (7065) features:
- 2 minifigures: reporter and alien commander
- Large UFO has real spinning outer disks!
- Includes eerie UFO sound brick
- UFO comes equipped with abducting claw to lift and carry minifigures
- Attack civilians with the alien clinger!
- Start an alien invasion!
- Measures 19" (48cm) wide, 19" (48cm) long and over 4" (10cm) tall
- Contains 416 pieces
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