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Ironman minifigs

JasenJasen Member Posts: 283
Hello all
Been a while since I posted but I am sure you can all help, except that guy, you know who you are.... (Joking

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  • rancorbaitrancorbait Manitoba CanadaMember Posts: 1,850
    Um.... Okay, so you want what exactly?...
  • JasenJasen Member Posts: 283
    edited March 2015
    Crap why only half post? Ok I was wondering if there is a list of all the ironman figs released with images so I can match them and sort them out. Can admin edit my original post with this as I can no loner edit?
  • DrmnezDrmnez USA, Planet earth Member Posts: 858
    ^^ plus iron patriot and war machine if you want to include them because they are armor
  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair London, UKMember Posts: 2,646
    Well that means you could include the Iron Legion armours from Avengers Tower and the Ultron variants.
  • DrmnezDrmnez USA, Planet earth Member Posts: 858
    edited March 2015
    Very true, but that depends if you consider ultron a Tony stark creation or Henry pym regardless of the movie
  • obi_gobi_g BlightyMember Posts: 537
    @Drmnez the figures are based on the mcu. ultron, in the mcu, is apparently created by tony stark. henry pym is not introduced until after age of ultron. given those things, i think they must, at this point at least, be classed as a tony stark creation...

    and what about the vision? is he a hank pym / ultron / tony stark creation?
  • SolariousSolarious Kalamazoo, MI, USAMember Posts: 317
    edited March 2015
    I wonder about the Vision
    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
  • MissKittyFantasticoMissKittyFantastico AustraliaMember Posts: 197
    edited March 2015
    Individual interpretation, I guess - I'd say yea to the Iron Legion (they seem to be basically 'Iron Man - drone version'), but nay to Ultron and Vision (derived from Stark tech, but not part of the Iron Man 'line'; the same could be said of Iron Monger, if there were a figure).  War Machine's a bit of a grey area (pardon the pun), a refitted Iron Man, but a 'third-party' job - a case could be made that WM/Iron Patriot's been adopted back into the fold by IM3 though.

    If one wanted to be completist, there's also the Mk5 'suitcase' in #76007, and of course the Hulkbuster.
    AndorDrmnezAdeelZubairchuckp
  • obi_gobi_g BlightyMember Posts: 537
    the suitcase armour was from iron man 2 wasnt it? i dont think it was ever released in a set or as a minifig - it was the battle against whiplash at the race track in monaco.

    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
    Jasen
  • Lucifer_AdamsLucifer_Adams United KingdomMember Posts: 12
    Jasen, for an alternate take, here is a link to an article I wrote about LEGO Iron Man minifigures last year, when I still wrote for Brick Fanatics. 
    http://brickfanatics.co.uk/a-look-at-lego-iron-man/
    I was very interested in the various 'Mkxx' classifications, so did some research and that article was the result. 
    tomahawkerKevin_HyattchuckpJasen
  • VorpalRyuVorpalRyu AustraliaMember Posts: 2,304
    @obi_g, while suitcase armour hasn't been done as a minifigure, as MissKittyFantastico pointed out, there is a suitcase with stickers to apply in #76007, which is meant to represent that armour. It would have been nice if TLG had included a minifigure of it in the set, but alas they did not.
    xiahna
  • obi_gobi_g BlightyMember Posts: 537
    you know, i completely missed that @VorpalRyu! thanks :)
  • JoeHead14JoeHead14 Member Posts: 5
    War Machine armor is technically the Mark II armor from IM 1 (the movie) with added weapons.  You could make the same argument for the Iron Patriot armor being the Mk II set as well (with a paint job).  So we have Mk II (War Machine), Mk II (Iron Patriot), Mark V (suitcase armor from IM II and in the Malibu set as a stickered suitcase), Mark VI (Triangle IM from Avengers - in the Loki truck set), Mk VII (Circle IM from Avengers - with the Quinjet), Mk 42 (armor in IM 3 that doesn't work), Mk 17 "Heartbreaker" (other IM 3 minifig), Mk 43 (AoU), Mk 45 (AoU), and the Mk 44 "Hulkbuster" (AoU).  I wouldn't count the Iron Legion drones since they are drones and Vision is an android - not a set of armor.  There is also the Comic Con exclusive with a regular MF head before they made the helmets.  So that's 8 suits, 1 bigfig, 1 suitcase, and 1 Comic Con exclusive.
    DrmnezBrickDancercarlqVorpalRyuchuckpAdeelZubairGoldchainssidersdd
  • NeilCrosbyNeilCrosby United KingdomMember Posts: 77
    And if the bigfig counts, then surely the statuette in the Helicarrier also counts?
  • MissKittyFantasticoMissKittyFantastico AustraliaMember Posts: 197
    Depends whether scale is a factor in your choosing - the Hulkbuster (despite its size being exaggerated to accommodate the necessities of the build) is technically minifig-scale, an oversize suit worn/piloted by a normal-sized guy.  The statuette's a whole 'nother scale, so it needn't necessarily be included in a minifig-oriented collection, any more than the #4529 Ultrabuild version.

    (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).
    VorpalRyuAndorAanchirBrickDancerchuckplegomattcarlq
  • sash501sash501 Member Posts: 28
    obi_g said:
    @Drmnez the figures are based on the mcu. ultron, in the mcu, is apparently created by tony stark. henry pym is not introduced until after age of ultron. given those things, i think they must, at this point at least, be classed as a tony stark creation...

    and what about the vision? is he a hank pym / ultron / tony stark creation?
    Pretty sure Stark . . . Sadly Vision is likely Jarvis, not the rejuvenated original human torch android created by Phineous T Horton . . . I'm an old nerd.
    obi_g
  • MissKittyFantasticoMissKittyFantastico AustraliaMember Posts: 197
    @sash501, if I remember rightly, the Human Torch android (or at least a mockup or replica) was on display at the World's Fair in First Avengers.  Far too fleeting an appearance to be of major relevance to Vision's origin, but we could amuse ourselves by supposing that that technology went into Howard Stark's files, passed on to Tony, perhaps informed some of the development of the Jarvis AI, and the old android body tech in the initial design of the Mk2... and eventually, in a sense, 'reborn' out of all that as Vision.
    khmellymel
  • JasenJasen Member Posts: 283
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  • JasenJasen Member Posts: 283
    These are what I have, thanks for all the help by the way, very resourceful bunch you are
  • TheLoneTensorTheLoneTensor MericaMember Posts: 3,950
    edited March 2015
    sash501 said:
    obi_g said:
    @Drmnez the figures are based on the mcu. ultron, in the mcu, is apparently created by tony stark. henry pym is not introduced until after age of ultron. given those things, i think they must, at this point at least, be classed as a tony stark creation...

    and what about the vision? is he a hank pym / ultron / tony stark creation?
    Pretty sure Stark . . . Sadly Vision is likely Jarvis, not the rejuvenated original human torch android created by Phineous T Horton . . . I'm an old nerd.
    Piggybacking on MissKitty up there, back in Captain America: The First Avenger, at the symposium, there was exactly that - Phineous' android, both in name and apparently in person.  While this is not to say it's the path this Vision will follow, it is already explicitly in the MCU continuity.

    http://www.ign.com/wikis/the-avengers-2-age-of-ultron-movie/Teasers_&_Cameos

    I guess we'll find out in a month :)
    chuckpjohnhenz
  • legomattlegomatt Member Posts: 2,548
    @Jasen Could you post a comment identifying each of the figs in your photo please, I don't recognise them all, particularly the bottom row. Are they all official, or are some custom/mocced? Nice photo.

  • ShatteredGnomeShatteredGnome Docking Bay 94, Mos Eisley, TatooineMember Posts: 31
    @JoeHead14
    JoeHead14 said:
    War Machine armor is technically the Mark II armor from IM 1 (the movie) with added weapons.  You could make the same argument for the Iron Patriot armor being the Mk II set as well (with a paint job).  So we have Mk II (War Machine), Mk II (Iron Patriot)....
    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).
    VorpalRyu
  • SolariousSolarious Kalamazoo, MI, USAMember Posts: 317
    I love it when people actually an actually
  • SolariousSolarious Kalamazoo, MI, USAMember Posts: 317
    I do have to say though that I just assumed that the lego War Machine is litterally just a generic version considering that boat set scene never happened. He was just thrown in because a designer thought it'd be cool and was bummed they didn't make IM2 sets. Hence also the briefcase suit that by all rights shouldn't have been in a set based on the 3rd movie.
  • VorpalRyuVorpalRyu AustraliaMember Posts: 2,304
    edited April 2015
    ^ Still, it would be nice if TLG did a few sets based around the other MCU films... Vanko, the briefcase armour, Iron Monger, the Destroyer & Abomination (the last two as big figs). Then again I want sets for Rocket & Yondu's M-Ships. :smile: 
  • ShatteredGnomeShatteredGnome Docking Bay 94, Mos Eisley, TatooineMember Posts: 31
    ^ Agreed, especially the lack of a Winter Soldier set or earlier Iron Man stuff bums me out. The Age of Ultron line is pretty cool though, as was the Guardians line last year.
  • obi_gobi_g BlightyMember Posts: 537
    Jasen said:
    These are what I have, thanks for all the help by the way, very resourceful bunch you are
    Fairly sure 4-7 on the bottom row are fake ones.
  • ShatteredGnomeShatteredGnome Docking Bay 94, Mos Eisley, TatooineMember Posts: 31
    ^ Yes those are custom figures, certainly not from any sets.
  • Sethro3Sethro3 United StatesMember Posts: 819
    edited April 2015
    At least 6 on the bottom are fakes. The Iron Patriot could be fake or real.

    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.
  • JasenJasen Member Posts: 283
    The ones with the black baseplates are fake. I do not want to display them but may use them to bulk my mansion display, until I get more originals. The display is for home only
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