Make a more accurate LEGO Iron Man by combining three Marvel models

You can make a more-accurate LEGO Iron Man figure by mixing two of 76206 Iron Man Figure and 76155 In Arishem’s Shadow before it retires.

Rebrickable user Ransom_Fern has shared custom instructions for a LEGO Marvel combination model using two copies of 76206 Iron Man Figure and 76155 In Arishem’s Shadow, providing more detail than the official Iron Man set released earlier this year, thanks in no small part to the expanded size and piece count.

Those who were hoping for something more with 76206 Iron Man Figure might prefer this larger version, though it will certainly be more expensive as you’ll need all three sets to create it according to the user’s instructions.

With 76155 In Arishem’s Shadow retiring later in 2022 according to our most recent report, you might want to consider picking it up before then and building the combination model later.

In our detailed review of 76206 Iron Man Figure, we were impressed with the detail the set packed in, though this more expensive and larger version expands on that with angular piece placement and almost no visible joints, though it’s still fully posable.

We’ve also got a review for 76155 In Arishem’s Shadow to read, including a look at the provided Eternals minifigures. Both are available on the official online store now, and as a reminder for this fan-made model, you’ll need one of 76155 In Arishem’s Shadow and two of 76206 Iron Man Figure.

Featured image: Ransom_Fern

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One thought on “Make a more accurate LEGO Iron Man by combining three Marvel models

  • 16/05/2022 at 04:57

    The official lego model to me looks more like a recolor ultron rather than an ironman suit because of the joints. The fan redesign is a much better representation of ironman.


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