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Cosmic! Check out the official 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Lego

Marvel's intergalactic misfits hit the big screen this summer, but they're blasting off into shops now in three Lego sets.

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The "Guardians of the Galaxy" take on the evil Ronan in the Hadron Enforcer. Lego

It's time to go intergalac-brick: check out the first official look at "Guardians of the Galaxy" Lego ahead of the cosmic Marvel adventure hitting cinemas this summer.

The three sets are Starblaster Showdown, Knowhere Escape Mission, and Milano Spaceship Rescue. They're in shops now.

The missile-firing Milano spaceship, pictured above, carries heroic Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord, Gamora and Drax the Destroyer into space battle with the evil Sakaaran and the villainous Ronan, wielding his powerful Cosmi-Rod. This set will set you back £69.99 or $74.99.

Star-Lord's Starblaster transforms into pursuit mode. Lego

Starblaster Showdown includes Star-Lord taking on the Sakaaran's Necrocraft, and a Nova officer in a transforming spaceship. It costs £19.99 or $19.99.

As well as a minifig of a belligerent and heavily-armed raccoon, the Knowhere Escape Mission set comes with this spectacular Groot figure. Lego

Knowhere Escape Mission includes minifigs of Rocket Raccoon and Nebula -- the character played by a shaven-headed Karen Gillan from "Doctor Who" -- as well as the Sakaaran and a giant posable figure of Groot, the oversized tree-like alien. This set costs £44.99 or $39.99.

"Guardians of the Galaxy" stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Benicio Del Toro, Glenn Close and Bradley Cooper, as well as the voice of Darth Maul himself, Peter Serafinowicz. It's in cinemas in the UK on 31 July and in the US on 1 August.

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