In addition to the LEGO Marvel Avengers Infinity War sets that are now available, an additional four BrickHeadz sets from the upcoming mega-blockbuster have been revealed. They include Iron-Man MK50, Thanos, Star-Lord, and Gamora.
These sets will be available April 1st for $9.99 USD each.
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After seeing some in-person views of the Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition at New York Toy Fair last month, 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition is now available from LEGO Shop@Home and in LEGO stores, along with some exclusive promotions only available on 3rd – 4th March. The set, based on Iron Man’s Hulkbuster armor seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron, includes 1,363 pieces and an exclusive Iron Man minifigure,priced at US $119.99 / CA $149.99 / DE 129.99€ / UK £119.99 / DK 1199DKK.
UK Shop@Home 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition £119.99
US Shop@Home 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition US$119.99
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Officially unveiled this morning, we were able to see the new 76105 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition set at Toy Fair in New York ourselves. The set will retail for $120 and includes 1,363 pieces, with a release date on March 3.
Standing at 10.4 inches (26.5 cm) tall, we can see an interchangeable weaponry arm and an arc reactor that hosts a light brick. Also unique is an exclusive minifigure of Tony Stark’s Mark 34 Iron Man armor, complete with a tiny UCS-like panel.
See more in-person photos and a video of the new Hulkbuster
LEGO unveiled the much-awaited 76105 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition (whew!) at the New York Toy Fair earlier today. The set, based on Iron Man’s Hulkbuster armor seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron, includes 1,363 pieces and an exclusive Iron Man minifigure, with availability from LEGO stores starting on March 3rd for $119.99 USD.
Click to get a closer look at the Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition
Several LEGO sets based on this summer’s upcoming mega-blockbuster Marvel’s Avengers Infinity War sets have been revealed, available sometime in March. Each set comes with it’s own unique Infinity Gem, so if you want them for Thanos’ gauntlet, you’ll have to collect them all.
The Brothers Brick will bring you pictures of the actual sets this weekend with our hands-on coverage from the New York Toy Fair, so stay tuned for more information. The pictures below contain some spoilers for the movie, so proceed with caution.
76108 Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown – $99.99 USD – 1,004 pieces
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The term ‘cafe racer’ actually originated amongst motorcyclists from the London area in the early 1960s when bikes were used for short, quick rides between cafés. These lightweight bikes were designed for speed, agility and handling rather than comfort – hence the relatively short distance covered before the need to stop for a brew. BenFifteenTheChicken has built a LEGO version of the cafe racer owner by Marvel’s The Punisher character, it’s a fun little build with some clever techniques to capture the bike in minifigure scale.
Ben has kindly provided instructions to allow you to build your own cafe racer and the parts list is shown. Don’t worry if you do not have all the parts in the correct colours, just use the pieces you have and enjoy building a unique cafe racer for your own minifigures.
Click here for the instructions to build you own cafe racer
South African builder Wayne de Beer made the rounds a few months back with hisTallneck build from Horizon Zero Dawn that he graciously released with instructions to build your own. Now he’s doing the same with his own microscale version of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier featured in a few of the Marvel movies. It uses less than a hundred pieces and can be made with regular pieces alone, or improved with a few printed pieces and stickers.
Check out the step-by-step instructions for this tiny SHIELD Helicarrier
The first two sets to be released for the upcoming Marvel blockbuster, Black Panther are available for pre-order at both Amazon and Walmart. Rhino Face-Off by the Mine (76099) is is priced at $19.99 and the Royal Talon Fighter Attach (76100) is priced at $29.99. Both sets are due to be released on the first week of January 2018.
You can support The Brothers Brick by pre-ordering your sets via the Amazon links below:
Rhino Face-Off by the Mine (76099)
The Royal Talon Fighter (76100)
See more set images and a comparison of Black Panther minifigures
Warner Bros Games and LEGO have united once more to create an all-new, epic adventure and sequel to the smash hit, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes with their new game, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. The game follows an original branching storyline, co-written by comic book veteran Kurt Busiek, that follows on directly where LEGO Marvel Super Heroes left off. Players are transported into 18 different Marvel locations that have been “ripped from time and space into the incredible open hub world of Chronopolis”.
You can see a bit of the gameplay in the official trailer:
At first glance this wee Hulkbuster looks enormous, then you realise that Iron Man’s head is that of the Minifigure and Tony Stark’s infamous arc reactor is a single tiny element. The Ka. Lor Project has created the Hulkbuster, Crimson for your viewing pleasure. As the name suggests, the Hulkbuster was specifically designed for hand-to-hand combat with the rampaging Hulk. During its maiden run, the armour enabled Stark to temporarily hold his own in sustained physical combat with the Hulk. This mighty miniature has so many fine details and tons of tiny greebling, I love everything about this heavy Hulk harrassing hybrid.
Builder nobu_tary delves deeply into the blocky nature of LEGO bricks with this pair of Stark hardsuits. This building style is very distinctive and I love the exaggerated effect. There’s a ton of small details to look for such as the shades of old grey vs new grey pieces in War Machine, the use of an official Iron Man print, and a very clever slit technique for the “eyes”. All topped off with that signature mecha pose; let’s puff out those chests, boys!