The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition press release

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The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition

The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition

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The New York Toy Fair has just opened its doors so we can now publish this press release about one of the sets that'll be unveiled there:

76105 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition
Ages 14+. 1,363 pieces.
US $119.99 - CA $149.99 - DE 129.99€ - UK £119.99 - DK 1199DKK
Available from 3rd March, no VIP early access.

Create and show off the mighty Hulkbuster!

Build The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition, with a punching jackhammer arm and LEGO light brick in the chest, and display it on the platform with attachable robotic construction arms. Includes an Iron Man, exclusive minifigure.

Build and display this superhero toy—a highly detailed LEGO brick version of the Hulkbuster mech, featuring a rotating torso, posable fingers, arms, legs and feet, and glow-in-the-dark elements. Choose from 2 interchangeable left arms, including a jackhammer arm with punching function, and activate the LEGO light brick in the chest. This LEGO Marvel Super Heroes The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition set also includes a display platform with alternate attachment points for posable robotic construction arms and a desk, plus a new Iron Man Mark 43 exclusive minifigure.

Hulkbuster features a flip-up head, rotating torso, posable fingers, arms, legs and feet, LEGO light brick in the chest, 2 interchangeable left arms—a standard arm or jackhammer arm with punching function and 12 glow-in-the-dark elements.

  • Activate the chest light by pressing the button on the Hulkbuster’s back.
  • Includes Iron Man Mark 43 exclusive minifigure.
  • Platform features a flip-up Hulkbuster information plate, plus 8 alternative attachment points for 2 posable robotic construction arms and a desk with 2 attached computer screen elements and space for the buildable hotrod car and buildable Veronica satellite.
  • Clip the spare Hulkbuster arm to either of the robotic construction arms for neat display.
  • Also includes a fire extinguisher element.
  • Hulkbuster measures over 9” (25cm) high, 3” (10cm) long and 8” (22cm) wide.
  • Platform (without attachable arms/desk) measures over 7” (19cm) wide, 8” (21cm) deep and under 1” (2cm) high.

You can view more images of the model the set in all glory on the set details page.

48 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Looks great! shame on the UK price compared to others. Im happy that the Iron Man MK 43 is new and not just a rerelease of the old one

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By in United Kingdom,

Got to feel sorry for the Ideas one that didn't get through. Would be nice to see if a minifig fits inside it.

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By in Australia,

Quite expensive for 25cm tall.

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By in United States,

$119 is a better price point for it. I have to think of it is a general release set we will see it 20-40% off at some point.

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By in China,

40% overpriced in uk.

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By in Netherlands,

Apperently, Lego is allergic for kneejoints in Mech's. You would think that int a 1300 Piece+ mech, that there will be kneejoints.

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By in United Kingdom,

What's with the inconsistency in scale? The Hulkbuster itself is a bit out of proportion but then there's the minifigure in a separate scale, then Veronica and then the hot rod as well?

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By in United Kingdom,

This was a day one purchase... the U.K. price makes this now not an immediate purchase for me.
Not there was VIP early access anyway.

I don’t think I’m risking anything by waiting to see if it gets discounted, am I?

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By in United States,

@bemahan perhaps the ultron hulkbuster is bigger in the movie?

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By in United States,

Idc what anyone says, I need this.

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By in Australia,

This is gonna be 200+ AUD easy.
Yeah, I'll get one, but look at all those lovely dark red pieces, this could have been a nice parts pack.

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By in United Kingdom,

No forwards/backward leg articulation, no knee articulation, all the Mech can do is stand straight or with legs apart and move it's arms. Why even bother with arm articulation if you cannot put the Mech into poses? You cannot accurately replicate any scene from the films because it cannot move it's legs.

Will wait till double/triple VIP points or get it when it's about £40 cheaper.

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By in Switzerland,

It's obvious lego is intentionaly limit design solutions so they could sell us incremental improvements in next versions, but no knee articulation is too much to swallow for this price. Pass and I will just bricklink mk43

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By in United Kingdom,

Needs a Hulk.

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By in Brazil,

I didn't like the porportions. Truth be told, I still prefer the 2015 set that comes with Hulk big figure. The Hulkbuster I'll be buying this year is the Infinity War one.

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By in United Kingdom,

When I first saw this I thought 'Wow, I'm getting this when it comes out, that would look great next to the Helicarrier'. Now however upon seeing this I'm thinking 'I'll wait for a Double VIP Points event or at least when it gets around £30-40 cheaper elsewhere'.

I get the principle that it comes with its own working board and base to show it being built by robotic arms, but was it really too much for LEGO to at least consider putting in articulation for the legs/arms for posing like in the film?

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By in United States,

At first I thought this looked pretty cool (wouldn't get it, but it was cool,) but the lack of knee articulation is troubling.
As someone who grew up with BIONICLE posability is a neccesity for me.

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By in United States,

The good: if it isn't a Lego Store exclusive, I can wait for a decent sale to grab it.
The bad: Seriously, no working knee joints Lego?!? On a set of this caliber?

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By in United Kingdom,

There seems to be a trend currently of over pricing in the U.K. shame, as like others I wanted this set, and still will buy it...but not until it’s discounted.

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By in United States,

What armor is the Minifigure supposed to depict? It says Mark 43 on the sticker, but the Age of Ultron wave had the Mark 43 already and it looked more film accurate... Is it supposed to be an armor with the front chest piece removed? Hmmm.

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By in United States,

A possible purchase if on sale for <$99.

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By in United States,

YES FINALLY UCS SUPER HERO SETS! Please the Milano next.

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By in United Kingdom,

I was certainly considering this when I first heard about it, but I'm dissapointed with the amount of extra bits. Strip away the sattelite, hot rod, fire extinguisher and giant platform and that just leaves the minifig and the main model, which in my opinion would be far more desirable

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By in United Kingdom,

No knee joints? Really? I already thought it was overpriced, but geez!

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By in United States,

OOOH YES!

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By in United States,

Actually... now that I look at it, it's chest is pretty flat looking, and it's way too tall. AOU Hulkbuster was more brutish.

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By in France,

very cool. love it.

Will it be D2C?

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By in United Kingdom,

I like it but I prefer the version from age of ultron, and that one was was cheaper too..

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By in United States,

Someone made tbe IDEAS comment allready that said, he looks awesome.

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By in United States,

It makes sense that there's less articulation because it's a display set. Adding articulation will compromise the details placed on the joints because the joints needs empty space to move around in. It's incredibly difficult to ask for both articulation and detail in a model, unless you believe the pieces that provide the articulation will suffice for detail.

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By in United Kingdom,

$119.99 = £85.54
CA$149.99 = £85.14
€129.99 = £114.97

Justification for UK price of £119.99?

1199DKK = £142.37

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By in New Zealand,

I hope the Lepin version comes with knees.

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By in United Kingdom,

£120 and no knee articulation? I wanted this, but now its a pass... Its £40 more then in the USA here in the Uk, and even then that feels overpriced for the size of the thing.

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By in United States,

I wish there was arm and maybe even side-of-leg printing on the figure, and the blue technic pins showing are not good to look at, but other than that I think it’s great.

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By in Australia,

Yeah, I don't get the love for this one at all. It's ludicrously out of proportion compared to everything else, in Australia it'll be woefully overpriced, and it doesn't even look that good (not compared to the original Age of Ultron version). Pass. Easy pass.

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice set but way too pricey (UK) for what is essentially a set I already have but a bit bigger, it seems like all the accessories are there to try and justify the price.

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By in Hong Kong,

I don't mind the lack of knee joints and articulation. It is a display piece after all. What I don't get is why put in parts to make the stand and other bits when the figure's proportions could have been improved leaps and bounds with some additional parts.

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By in United States,

Anyone else thinking that in relation to a minifigure, this would be more like the Galactus Buster? I’m not complaining, I was planning on making my own, and this is better than what I would’ve come up with.

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By in United States,

I hope the extinguisher is a nod to the ones they constantly include in the Marvel sets :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Does anyone know of this will only be available on lego.com or in lego stores? Or will it be available at other outlets (argos etc if your in Uk). The Star Wars version of the (the B.B.-8) is available almost anywhere

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By in Germany,

Not into superhero sets, but as I love the dark red colour, I will try to find this as a parts pack when it's in one of the sales/clearances at Kaufhof. Going by recent examples it should be able to be had for around 90 Euro then, which would make it very reasonable.

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By in Australia,

Is it weird that the only thing I want from the set are the stickers for mocs and display?

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By in Hungary,

The only thing I don't really like are those shoulder pads. They look nothing like in the movie.

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By in Germany,

instant buy! :D love it

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By in United States,

And the Hulk bigfig is more and more dwarfed...

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By in Canada,

150$ CND? Good god, I'm glad I don't even attempt to collect these UCS sets because quite frankly the prices are ludicrous.

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By in United States,

if you combine it with the hulk constraction figure it's pretty close to scale

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By in United States,

The blue technic pins showing through on the shoulders are very distracting and look bad. It's cool to see the new Iron Man Mk43 minifigure, but i dont think I'm going to drop 120 bucks to get it. Still waiting on Marks 1-4 suits. This would have been a perfect time to go back and release unreleased figures. :/

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