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First look at LEGO 76210 Hulkbuster, a massive UCS-scale set

The new LEGO 76210 Hulkbuster set has been spotted in an Indonesian LEGO Certified Store by Brickpedia, and despite not being officially announced, this 4,049-piece Hulkbuster was just minding its own business on a store shelf.

Update: 76210 Hulkbuster has officially been revealed! Check out the announcement post to find out release dates, pricing and check out more official photos of the biggest LEGO Marvel set yet.

This 2022-version of the Hulkbuster is an absolutely gargantuan version of Iron Man’s Hulkbuster Armour, and is based on the Age of Ultron version, which went toe-to-toe with The Hulk.

This is the second large D2C (direct-to-consumer) Hulkbuster that LEGO have produced, and is a big upgrade from 2018’s 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any pricing or release date details yet, so keep an eye out for the imminent official reveal.

Here’s a look at the back and sides of the box, which features more details such as the Hulkbuster’s dimensions. It’s 52cm (20.4 inches) tall, and 37cm (14.5 inches) wide, so it is quite large, and also comes with its own stickered UCS plaque.

One minifigure is included, an exclusive version of Tony Stark.

I can’t put my finger on it, but I don’t really think the proportions work out here. There are some really nice details such as the arms and the level of detail afforded, but the boxy-looking torso looks wildly inaccurate.

Here’s the in-movie Hulkbuster for comparison, which immediately should ring alarm bells that something isn’t quite right here.

The LEGO version just looks so ridiculously top-heavy, and the leg details are nice, but they seem a little skinny/small.

With the rumoured asking price of US$500 (yup), this is going to be a tall (heh) ask for fans, and one has to ask – do we really need another massive Marvel display model so close to 76215 Black Panther bust?

Stay tuned for the full reveal soon, but in the meantime, this is all we get for now! I really hope this is one of those sets that look terrible on packaging, but doesn’t look as bad in the flesh.

What do you think of the LEGO UCS Hulkbuster?

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