Build and display the LEGO® Marvel Super Heroes 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition—a highly detailed LEGO® brick version of the Hulkbuster mech. This builders' toy features 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 super hero toy also includes a display platform with alternate attachment points for posable robotic construction arms and a desk, plus a new-for-March-2018 Iron Man Mark 43 minifigure.
Includes a new-for-March-2018 Iron Man Mark 43 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.
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.
This superhero toy is suitable for ages 14+.
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.
The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition is rated
4.0 out of
Rated 4 out of
Excellent build with ONE glaring flawI was looking for this set since the fan submitted Lego Ideas kit was not approved by Lego. We all knew they had something in the plans and this is it.
Let me first start by saying this is a very enjoyable build. The platform, extras, and interchangeable arm are a brilliant idea, adding context and detail. The Hulkbuster armor itself has enough bulk and detail to make any fan happy. I wish the knees would bend, but I guess the designers opted for stability and more detail instead of actual knees. Can't really blame them.
Up to that point I was back to being a little boy, excitedly building the figure.
But I cannot express enough disappointment at the choice of LED light to represent the ARC reactor. Instead of the bright bluish white, as it was in the movies and on the Lego box kit, Lego opted for a (very much cheaper) yellowish/orange LED and has you place a blue translucent block in front of it. My guess to try and mask the color.
It does not work. It is an horrible choice and would ruin the set if it wasn't such a cool build. For that reason I am knocking one star out of what should be a perfect 5 star kit imo.
If you don't mind such details, by all means go for it. It is and looks pretty awesome.
But I can't help but wish that Lego would re-issue the LED light to every owner. It is that bad. Realistically, I will be looking for a replacement and will refrain from pre-ordering sets like this until they are reviewed.
Date published: 2018-04-20
Rated 5 out of
Mark 43 SuitThis build was certainly fun. Worked on it after work and took me around 6.5 hours taking my time. The build looks quite appealing and seems to match the appearance from the Avengers age of Ultron quite nicely. One minor gripe about it's appearance is the yellow lighting for the Arc reactor instead of blue but it's minor because the lighting certainly ads to the set.
I like the design in that with the joints you have a level of flexibility on how you wish to set it up for posing.
One thing that I think could've been worked on is the tendency to lean forward or backwards based on the pose for stability like maybe special weighted bricks in the feet but this isn't a fail on the set. Positioning of the extremities can offset that and aide the sets tendency to lean.
Date published: 2018-07-04
Rated 2 out of
Pretty disappointing...I'm pretty disappointed in the design of this set. There are some interesting details and it looks okay, but the proportions are a little off.
The first minifigure scale Hulkbuster set Lego released looks far more interesting and has posability and some functionality that is just awesome. This one looks kind of flat and boring and seems to lack "bulk".
The worst part about this design, however, is the complete lack of posability in the legs aside from being able to bend the "hip" joints outward in a "splits" position. The ball joints in the ankles are far too weak to hold the Hulkbuster up very well so the entire thing either leans far forward or backward making the thing look very odd, like it's about to tip over in either direction. There is no real in between and it looks awful. I think giving the set bendable knees might have helped this a little bit.
I will say, however, that the feet are wide enough and have enough grip to make this set pretty darned sturdy. Despite it looking like it's about to topple over any minute, the thing will NOT lose its balance, even with a good push or a shake of the table it's standing on. Believe me, I tested it very well.
Overall I would recommend saving your money and going with the far superior (and far more affordable) minifigure scale Hulkbuster sets. Sorry Lego, but this one is a dud!
Date published: 2018-03-06
Rated 3 out of
Great Detail, But missteps make it averageMajor Maniac here, reviewing the Ultimate Hulkbuster Armor. I am a fan and collector of the Marvel Sets, City Trains, and Modulars.
As a collector, this is the perfect set to build and display. It has a lot of detail, and the MK43 is a really nice touch to go with it. That being said, there were definite missteps. First, the "Arch Reactor" is a simple yellow light brick that the designers put in the set. It looks really out of place when you activate it. Its cool to have a working light, but not as cool since its not the right color. That's like giving Darth Vader a purple light saber; it just doesn't work.
Second, even though the hulkbuster is posable, the knees don't bend and the arms don't twist so you can't create the wide variety of poses that you can make with small, less detailed builds. This is disappointing considering the level of detail and size. You'd think the designers would have been able to do something about that.
Third, the playability is really lacking because despite the size of this set, its not that sturdy. Being a collector, its not a big deal, but considering this is still a toy meant for kids, I feel it would fall apart fairly easily. What good is a toy if it falls apart, even if it is LEGO.
Overall, this is a detailed build, but it feels delicate and has some flaws.