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and what about the vision? is he a hank pym / ultron / tony stark creation?
I think he is going to be an Ultron suit "powered" by Loki's Staff/Mind Gem
Might be where Ultron comes from too
We'll see but I would say Stark Tech in the MCU
He is even being voiced by the Jarvis guy too if I remember correctly
If one wanted to be completist, there's also the Mk5 'suitcase' in #76007, and of course the Hulkbuster.
the one from the malibu mansion set was the mark 42 armour.
but yes, dont forget the hulkbuster armour. that surely counts!
@solarious - Paul Bettany is playing Vision and he indeed was the voice of j.a.r.v.i.s. in the films
I was very interested in the various 'Mkxx' classifications, so did some research and that article was the result.
(Although now that I think of it, the statuette would make a nice addition to the Malibu workshop as a small-scale mockup, or desktop hologram, of something Tony's developing).
I guess we'll find out in a month :)
I don't mean to bash on this statement, but the LEGO War Machine is actually based on another armor.
The War Machine armor in the film Iron Man 2 was the Mark II armor with modifications by the Air Force and Hammer Industries. In the MCU, at some point before Iron Man 3 (and maybe before The Avengers) Tony Stark reclaimed this armor and built James Rhodes a brand new War Machine suit, which was repainted prior to the events of Iron Man 3 to be the "Iron Patriot" armor. This is known as the War Machine, Mk. II armor.
The LEGO War Machine from set 76006 is based on this suit, which might appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron (or a newer version of the War Machine armor).
And I'd be very hesitant displaying the Iron Man figures with the translucent pieces in their legs. All of my legs cracked because of it. The trans pieces are made from polycarbonate, so the material is not going to flex as well as the ABS, therefore putting more pressure on whatever it is connected to... just a thought.