Take Iron Man to New Heights with the Impressive New LEGO® Hulkbuster™ Set

Lifestyle image of the new LEGO Marvel Iron Man Hulkbuster build

18 October 2022: Today, the LEGO® Group is excited to announce its latest LEGO Marvel Studios’™ Release – The Iron Man™ Hulkbuster™ set, featuring Iron Man as he appeared in the mega-hit film Infinity Saga – Age of Ultron.

Consisting of 4,049 pieces and standing at 52 cm tall, the LEGO Hulkbuster is impressive in size, and boasts and incredible amount of detail. The red and gold set depicts the MK44 – the 44th version of the Iron Man suit and features posable arms, a light brick on the chest, two light bricks on the hands. There is also an accessible cockpit, which can fit the LEGO kid’s version of Iron Man inside (SKU 76206). The set also includes a Tony Stark minifigure and an info stand for the separator to be displayed on.

This premium and highly collectible massive LEGO set is a great way to show off your passion for superhero films, comic books, and of course Iron Man and The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

The LEGO® Marvel™ Iron Man™ Hulkbuster™ set is RRP €549.99 / $549.99 / £474.99 and is available exclusively for LEGO VIP members from 4th November 2022 and from LEGO Stores and www.LEGO.com/hulkbuster from 9th November 2022.

Notes To Editors

FURTHER PRODUCT INFO: LEGO® Marvel™ Iron Man™ Hulkbuster™ set (76210)
• Age: 18+
• Model measures:
o Height: 20.5 in / 52cm
o Width: 18.5 in / 47cm
o Length: 9.5 in / 24cm
• 4049 pieces
• Price: €549.99 / $549.99 / £474.99
• Key functions and features include:
o a stand
o info plate
o the ability to insert Iron Man Figure (76206) inside the Hulkbuster

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