This set features 4,049 pieces, allowing for maximum detail. | Source: LEGO

Taking on the Hulk is no easy feat, but LEGO is up for the challenge. LEGO’s newest Marvel building set offers a super detailed version of the Hulkbuster armor that Iron Man uses to fight Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Iron Man and Hulk are usually on good terms in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Still, in superhero movies, sometimes you need to knock some sense into your friend… especially if your friend is a raging green monster. The armor from this set, called MK44, is the 44th version of the Iron Man suit made by Tony Stark. He had the help of Bruce Banner when designing it, as it was built specifically to contain the Hulk. It made its first MCU appearance in Age of Ultron, when Wanda’s visions send Banner into a Hulk rampage. 

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LEGO is now bringing all the detail of this tanky Iron Man armor to its new LEGO Hulkbuster Set. Standing a little over 20 inches tall when built, this imposing figure is perfect for any collector’s shelf. In the movie, the MK44 suit slotted over Iron Man while he was already wearing his armor, and the LEGO set reflects this — Builders can fit an entire other Iron Man set (sold separately) inside this one. Open the cockpit, and the LEGO Super Heroes Iron Man figure can fit inside. 

The set also includes a stand with information for display, a Tony Stark minifigure, and a grand total of 4,049 pieces so you can have a full Marvel movie marathon while putting it together. It will be available exclusively at LEGO Stores and on LEGO’s website starting Nov. 9 (Nov. 4 if you’re a LEGO VIP) for $549.99. 

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