Become Tony Stark himself and manage your very own basement Armour hall with this LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hall of Armor set. It's a buildable Iron Man suit set that features a modular lab, which you can stack and combine your way for endless hours of fun. The action figures have posable arms for Tony Stark to suit up as Iron Man. You can customize your Iron Man superhero mini figure as you like, with the detachable Tony Stark hair and face pieces. The set comes complete with a desk, rotating podium, kitchen, tool storage, weapon storage, suit storage and radar dish modules. This great Marvel Lego toy also comes with the Igor suit Mech with a mini figure cockpit, a posable mobile robot and five minifigures — including Iron Man Mk 50, Iron Man Mk 41, Iron Man Mk 5 and Iron Man Mk 1.
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This set is amazing. I think it was awesome that they made a set with more iron man suits. It would be awesome if they made another set that includes even more iron man armors. In my opinion the Endgame sets weren’t that accurate. This set however was Dope.
Overall this set is fantastic. The building experience was repetitive at points, but I didn’t mind. The finished product all built looks great. The three new Iron Man mini-figures all look amazing! I was really happy to put my LEGO Iron Man collection of mini-figures on display. Would recommend for a fan of LEGO and or Marvel.
Overall, it’s a nice build, but it’s not really movie-accurate. Marks I-VII were destroyed by the Mandarin in Iron Man 3, while Igor (Mk38) and Bones (Mk41) were both destroyed, along with the First Iron Legion, by the “Clean Slate Protocol”. One other thing is that everybody who has watched Avengers: Infinity War knows that the Mark 50 doesn’t need to be assembled, for it’s nanotech.