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This gave a variety of blasts that Iron Man could use in battle. The suit was released as part of a LEGO Iron Man III polybag named “Gun Mounting System”. Two versions of Tony Stark have been released in LEGO form, the first of which is this 2013 one based on Iron Man III. Nevertheless, swap out the short legs for some full-size ones, and you have a decent classic Iron Man suit. Unfortunately, this meant the minifigure had short legs, very simplified details, and a strange helmet that had a mouth with teeth printed onto it. It has toe printing and a printed hexagonal arc reactor. While repulsor beams, flight arc reactors, and internal power generation units are a long way away, the armored suit is something different entirely. He has a tousled brown hairpiece and a confident smile, along with a simple black and grey outfit that shows his arc reactor. The minifigure came with other accessories: a hairpiece for Tony Stark, a silver spanner, and some translucent light blue bricks for repulsor blasts.

It had more black in its color scheme (just like the Mark I War Machine) with a silver face plate, along with piercing red eyes. Furthermore, War Machine’s Quantum Realm suit helmet was also different in Avengers Endgame, with a lighter color scheme to match the white suit. It reused the same helmet, faceplate, and head prints from the Mark 50 and 85 minifigures, but it had the white Quantum Realm Suit for its torso and legs. It had new arm, torso, and leg prints, though I believe the face plate was reused from the 2016 one. This Quantum Realm suit has great printing on the torso, legs, and toes, but it is unfortunately very common, appearing in most of the Avengers Endgame sets. Our final War Machine minifigure is War Machine in his Quantum Realm suit, from Avengers Endgame. This minifigure appears in 76124 War Machine Buster, the second-smallest Avengers Endgame set. She previously gained control of the Mark 42 armor in Iron Man 3. We haven’t seen much of Pepper since, only in small roles in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War, so her suiting up in this capacity in Avengers 4 is a major nextstep for her.

Up next is the Mark IV version of the War Machine suit, which appeared in Avengers: Infinity War. Okay, I kinda lied – there is one more War Machine suit; however, this is not a minifigure. It reuses the same dark red and gold helmet from the Mark 50 minifigure, and has the same double-sided head underneath (a smiling Tony Stark and an angry one with a printed heads-up display). Iron Man is made of a grey and black skeleton, armoured primarily in red, but with some gold. Iron Man is armed with two translucent blue Power Blast pieces. German two under par. It also had a shoulder-mounted gun made from two simple pieces. The torso and leg printing was pretty good, and once again translucent red repulsor pieces were used. It had a shoulder-mounted gun that was not a stud shooter, and only came with translucent red repulsor pieces for the hands. War Machine is armed with a pair of silver stud shooters, one of which is mounted on his back.

It has a new print for the faceplate, with the silver print ending higher up. Software Viewer (you will get the software necessary to view and print the files) Not available for Mac. But I didn’t get that. Sadly, this is probably the last official MCU Iron Man minifigure we will ever get. 3.3 Marvel’s Iron Man 3 – JARVIS: A Second Screen Experience 3.3.1 MARK I: ORIGINAL EXOSKELETON CONCEPT, WITH BULLET PROOF IRON-COPPER-MAGNESIUM ALLOY. This piece caused quite a stir amongst LEGO fans when it was first revealed but fortunately the original helmet mold was still used for MCU Iron Man minifigures. Tony Stark’s classic comic book Iron Man suit was released as a minifigure in 2017, but there was a catch – it was a Mighty Micros figure. Avengers: Infinity War debuted arguably his coolest suit yet, the Mark 50 “Bleeding Edge” Suit, fully using Tony Stark’s morphing nanotechnology. The other Tony Stark minifigure was released in 2018’s Marvel Bricktober pack, and is based on Tony’s look in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War.