Take a look at every LEGO Marvel Hulkbuster set to date
Following the official reveal of 76210 Hulkbuster, here’s the lowdown on every LEGO Marvel Mark 44 Iron Man armour created so far.
Co-designed and built by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner as a deterrent to deal with a potentially out-of-control jade giant, the Mark 44 Iron Man armour is more commonly referred to as the ‘Hulkbuster.’ Making its debut in Avengers: Age of Ultron, the gigantic metal suit is equipped with all manner of anti-Hulk weaponry that allows Stark to go toe-to-toe with Banner’s gamma-powered alter ego.
Whilst next month’s upcoming arrival of 76210 Hulkbuster certainly represents the largest version of the bulked-up MCU armour to date, it’s definitely not the first LEGO Hulkbuster set to be released. Here’s the full rundown of every LEGO Marvel Hulkbuster model created so far:
6 – 76031 The Hulk Buster Smash
The first iteration of the Hulkbuster (or Hulk Buster) armour arrived in 2015 with a 248-piece build that included minifigures of Iron Man in his Mark 43 suit, the Scarlet Witch and Ultron Prime, plus a Hulk bigfig. Although fairly basic and blocky, this Hulkbuster was certainly off to a good start, with room inside for a minifigure and some impressive articulation.
5 – 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash-Up
The next Hulkbuster set was launched in 2018 and featured a brick-built version of the armoured suit that was surprisingly in scale with its included minifigures. Bruce Banner, the Falcon, Proxima Midnight and an Outrider with gun turret mini-build were all available as part of the 375-piece set, with the model released as part of a LEGO Marvel wave that accompanied the arrival of Avengers: Infinity War on the big screen.
4 – 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition
Also debuting in 2018 was the much larger 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition. The 1,363-piece build towered over the previous version and boasted multiple accessories such as a small Veronica satellite, two interchangeable arms, a light brick, a display stand and an information plaque. The impressive model also included an exclusive Iron Man Mark 43 Armour minifigure that’s only ever been available with this set.
3 – 76164 Iron Man Hulkbuster versus A.I.M. Agent
Although not based on a specific Marvel Studios movie, this 2020 build does offer an impressive variant of the Hulkbuster, even if its exaggerated proportions might be a little off-putting to some older fans. The set features a poseable version of Stark’s towering armour, complete with shoulder missile launcher that can accommodate a minifigure. Rounding out the set are minifigures of Iron Man, Rescue and two A.I.M. Agents with a jet pack accessory.
2 – 76194 Tony Stark’s Sakaarian Iron Man
Dropping in 2021 and also appearing in an episode of the animated What If…? series on Disney+, 76194 Tony Stark’s Sakaarian Iron Man isn’t technically a Hulkbuster set. Despite the model featuring a style based on the mighty mech, the armour is never referred to in the show as being a Hulkbuster, even if the official description of the set does mention it by name. The model can be rebuilt as a race car and the set includes minifigures of Tony Stark, Valkyrie and The Watcher.
1 – 76210 Hulkbuster
The latest version of the Hulkbuster arrives in just a few short weeks, making it the largest and most-expensive LEGO Marvel set released to date. 76210 Hulkbuster stands a whopping 52cm tall and boasts multiple light bricks, a stickered UCS-style display plaque and an exclusive Tony Stark minifigure. The massive model is also compatible with 76206 Iron Man Figure, allowing the recently-released set to be slotted into the larger build if so desired.
In addition to the models listed above, the Hulkbuster armour also appeared as a playable bigfig character in the LEGO Marvel’s Avengers video game and as a mech in the first LEGO Marvel Super Heroes game. However, there’s never been a physical version of the bigfig released in any LEGO set so far, although a smaller scale version of the character would certainly have some appeal.
76210 Hulkbuster will be available to all VIP members from November 4, with a wider release for everyone else on November 9. The latest LEGO Marvel Infinity Saga set is priced at £474.99 / $549.99 / €549.99.
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You forgot 7603: The Hulk Buster Smash From 2015, that was the first interation.