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Gamora is a Marvel Super Heroes minifigure that appears in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. She was physically released in 2014.


She has Black Widow's hair in black with purple highlights and bright green skin with silver facial details and a duel expression:happy and angry. Gamora has a red torso with brown hands printed with some of her chest showing, and various lines showing the detail of her outfit.


Gamora is the daughter of Thanos, who described her as "The deadliest woman in the galaxy". When she saw the error of her father's ways, she turned against him and joined the Guardians of the Galaxy, which also consists of Star-Lord, Drax, Groot and Rocket Raccoon. She is a skilled fighter and has an array of weapons. She is also the sister of Nebula. Description This is a description taken from Do not modify it. (visit this item's product page)

The last surviving member of the peaceful Zehoberi species, Gamora was transformed into an unparalleled warrior through rigorous training and physiological augmentation. For years Gamora has used her formidable fighting skills and master swordsmanship in service to a dark power, earning her the reputation of the “most dangerous woman in the universe.” Gamora now seeks to redeem her past crimes as a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, and waits for an opportunity to bring vengeance to those who have manipulated her.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes

She briefly appears at the in-credits cutscene alongside Star-Lord, Groot, Black Panther, Drax, Rocket Raccoon.


  • In the films, she is played by Zoe Saldana, who also played Anamaria in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
  • In the animated series, she is voiced by Vanessa Marshall, who also voices Hera Syndulla in Star Wars Rebels.
  • Gamora's hair color and design is similar to Skater Girl and Wyldstyle.

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Minifigure Variants

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Video Game Appearances


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