Earlier this week we got our first official look at the first wave of LEGO sets tying into Avengers: Infinity War. It didn't take long for LEGO to announce something new, though, because today's it's unveiled the Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition set.
There is a Hulkbuster bundled into one of the Infinity War-branded sets, but this one is bigger and better. It's basically the equivalent of one of LEGO Star Wars' Ultimate Collector's Edition sets, meaning it's more detailed, not really for kids, and also more expensive.
The set is £120, and the 1,363 pieces come together to form the 25cm-high Hulkbuster figure. It's completely posable, as you would hope, includes two interchangeable left arms (including the punching-action jackhammer), a light-up chest, 12 glow-in-the-dark elements, and a display stand.
As you can see that display stand includes specifications on the Hulkbuster itself, two of Tony Stark's robot assistants, a miniature computer, a fire extinguisher, an exclusive Mark 43 Iron Man minifigure (Age of Ultron's suit), plus miniature versions of Tony's hot rod and the Veronica satellite from Age of Ultron. It also looks an awful lot nicer than the rubbish-looking Hulkbuster included in the cheap set.
The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition set is released on 3rd March, and will be exclusive to LEGO retail. That means real world LEGO stores, or the online shop. As mentioned before, it'll set you back £120.