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- “We're gonna need a bigger team...”
- ―Iron Man in the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes trailer
Iron Man, also known as Tony Stark, is a minifigure in the Super Heroes theme, specifically in the Marvel sub-theme.
Description[edit | edit source]
Mark 6[edit | edit source]
Iron Man's helmet is dark red and gold; designed to look like it does in the film, and to flip up and reveal Tony's double-sided face (smiling and angry). His body is entirely dark red. On the front is the electromagnet in a triangular shape, with a black lines to depict the armor and gold stripes on the sides. He has back printing with black lines depicting the armor and three gold strips arranged in an arrow-like shape in the center. Also, he has leg printing showing his gold shins. He also has two transparent blue studs that can be attached to his hands for repulsors, and two transparent blue 1x1 cylinder bricks for jets coming out of the legs.
This suit is based on the Mark 6 suit he wears in Iron Man 2 and The Avengers.
Mark 7[edit | edit source]
Iron Man's helmet is dark red and gold; designed to look like it does in the film with a visor that can flip up to reveal Tony's double-sided face (smirking and angry). His body is entirely dark red. The front has the electromagnet in a circular shape, with a black line to depict the armor and gold on the sides and in the middle of the torso. He has back printing depicting the back of his armor and a lot more gold. Also he has leg printing showing his gold shins with grey in the middle. He has two transparent blue studs that can be attached to his hands for repulsors, and two 1x1 cylinder bricks for jets coming out of the legs.
This suit is based on the Mark 7 suit he wears in The Avengers.
Mark 17[edit | edit source]
This variant has a mask with dark blue eyes, a small arrow continuing the red at the top of the mask, and silver on the chin only stopping to reveal a red area on the chin. Stark's head piece is the same as the Mark VI and VII variants. This variant's body is dark red, but has a new print design. His torso is printed front a back with the arc reactor being the same color as the eyes and showing up on the front and back of the suit. The reactor is surrounded by a gold circle that turns into a harness, along with a lot of gold armor. The printing continues onto the legs, on the hips, on the legs the knee-pads are gold with a plate of silver around it. There is gold printing on his toes depicting his boots, which are the same design as the Mark 42 variant.
This suit is nicknamed the "Heartbreaker".
Mark 33[edit | edit source]
The "Silver Centurion" armor has the same helmet as the Mark 45 armor but the gold plate is silver rather than gold, the 'cheek' lines are a darker gunmetal color. The mask also has two black lines lining up the the center of the two eyes. The Mark 33 has dark red armor with silver moulded in some parts. The armor holds a 1x1 tile with a triangular arc reactor printed on much like the mark 6. The arms are printed with silver and black accents to match the 'blades' on the sides of the hands. The legs are also printed from the waist down with printing on the sides and front that show silver and black accents.
This variant is exclusive to the Avengers video-game Gamestop pre-order releasing in Fall 2015.
Mark 42[edit | edit source]
The helmet is the same as previous variants, but the mask is a lighter shade of gold. The face features a new smirking face with the teeth showing and a second one with a panicked expression. This variant has a dark red body, except for the hands which are gold. His torso is printed with the arc reactor, dark gold plating on most of the torso, with some silver also on it. There is back printing depicting the back plating in gold, silver and red. The printing continues on to the legs with printing on the hips to depict the hip armor, the legs have the knee pads which are mostly gold with silver in them. The toe depict part of the boots. It comes with two studs and cylinders like the other variants.
Heroic Age Suit[edit | edit source]
Iron Man in this variation has a normal head printed to look like his mask (as opposed to the helmet he gets in other variations). He has torso printing depicting the comic version of his suit with the electromagnet being a circle, with several smaller ones. He has back printing on the head and torso. His head has the back of his mask and the torso depicts the back of his armor. He is dark red and gold, with his hands being bright red.
This version is based on his Bleeding Edge suit, which appears in dozens of comics. From June 2010 to December 2011.
Mark 43[edit | edit source]
This suit appears as a part of the Avengers: Age of Ultron line in 2015. Tony used this armor when he and the other Avengers led an attack on Baron Von Strucker's base to steal back Loki's staff. He again used this armor when the Avengers had their second encounter with Ultron and their first encounter with Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.
Mark 45[edit | edit source]
This suit appears as a part of the Avengers: Age of Ultron line in 2015. He used this suit in the Avenger's last encounter with Ultron.
Video Game Variants[edit | edit source]
Iron Man appears in the video game LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. At least eight variations of Iron Man will be present in the game- his Bleeding Edge (Heroic Age), Mark 1, Mark 6, Mark 7, Mark 17, Mark 38, Mark 39, and Mark 42 suits. The Mark 1, Mark 38, and Mark 39 are a new design created for the game while the Bleeding Edge (Heroic Age), Mark 6, Mark 7, Mark 17 and Mark 42 are based on the corresponding mini-figure which has been released in a physical form, except the eye and arc reactor areas will glow blue. In the game, Iron Man is known to have the ability of flight, repulsors, lasers to destroy gold Lego, hacking computers, Uni-Beam, explosive projectiles to destroy silver Lego and ground slam. A Hulkbuster suit and Tony Stark character are also included in the game.
Background[edit | edit source]
Tony Stark was the son of billionaire weapons manufacturer Howard Stark and the owner of Stark Industries. When demonstrating his latest weapon at a military testing for the Jericho Missile, he was captured by terrorists, who demanded that he build the Jericho Missile for them that he just demonstrated to the US military. Due to the shrapnel in his chest, an electromagnet had to be placed in his chest to keep it away from his heart, which Stark later replaced with an arc reactor. In secret, Stark built a giant mechanical suit to escape from a prison cave, which he did so successfully. Because of this incident, Stark's eyes were opened as he saw first-hand where his weapons were going. Tony built a perfected Mark 2 of the Iron Man suit he used to escape the cave. He tested this, but upon finding some faults, built a Mark 3 suit and painted it red and gold. After he defeated his business partner, Obadiah Stane who had struck a deal with the terrorists and rebuilt the original Mark 1 as Iron Monger, he revealed himself to the world as Iron Man. Nick Fury, commander of S.H.I.E.L.D., then approached him and asked him to join the Avengers in the future, but Stark declined.
Some time later, Stark had developed a further three suits, and gained an armored ally in his friend Colonel James Rhodes, who became known as War Machine after taking Stark's Mark 2 suit and having it modified. He also was dying from a Palladium poisoning caused by his old chest-piece, which he later fixed, and had further dealings with S.H.I.E.L.D, with Director Fury and the Black Widow. Also dealing with Ivan Vanko, wanted revenge for what happened between their respected fathers in the past.
In New York City, Tony oversaw the construction of Stark Tower, including isolating it from the grid. Agent Coulson came to recruit Stark to look over Selvig's notes to help locate the Tesseract. Pepper Potts left for D.C. and Stark looked at Erik Selvig's notes.
Iron Man appeared at Stuttgart to assist Captain America and capture Loki, which he was successful in doing so. On the way back to the Helicarrier, Thor came and took Loki, which prompted Iron Man and Captain America to fight Thor. Aboard the carrier, Tony placed devices to help him break into S.H.I.E.L.D.'s database. He then helped Bruce Banner locate the Tesseract and talked Banner into using the Hulk as hero. He questioned Steve and why S.H.I.E.L.D. needed them now and not earlier. During the attack on the Helicarrier, Steve and Tony tried to fix the destroyed rotor, which they were successful, but severely damaged his Mark 6 armor in the process. Tony mourned Coulson's death and realized that Loki wanted to them out publicly and used Stark Tower as a power source for the portal machine. He headed to it and informed Loki that he had made the other five Avengers mad, Loki tried to possess Tony, but his arc reactor protected him from Loki's magic. Loki then threw Stark out a window, but not before Tony activated the Mark 7 armor which was deployed around him during his fall.
Stark joined the other Avengers (Captain America, The Hulk, Thor, Black Widow and Hawkeye) and helped stop Loki and his Chitauri army from taking over the Earth. Captain America ordered Stark to patrol the three mile radius around Stark Tower, where he neutralized several Chitauri. He then intercepted a nuclear weapon and manually aimed it at the alien mother ship. The effort involved forced his suit to shut down and Stark to become unconscious, resulting in an uncontrolled descent back to Earth. The Hulk safely caught him and woke him up. He helped Thor return to Asgard. Afterwards, he drove off with Bruce Banner.
Due to his near death experience in New York , Tony suffered from post traumatic stress disorder and insomnia. As such. he continuously built suits for various scenarios including perfecting his newest suit, the Mark 42, which he designed so he could summon it piece by piece anywhere and at anytime, as he never wanted to be in danger without a suit nearby.
After various bombings by an international terrorist known as The Mandarin, Tony confronted him, resulting in the destruction of his Malibu mansion and Tony's supposed death. However, he had survived and eventually discovered that the Mandarin was an actor hired by Aldrich Killian (who Stark had ignored in the past), so he could use an experimental serum called Extremis, which caused its users to spontaneously combust, to control the government. Stark ultimately stopped Killian and saved Pepper (who Killian had injected with Extremis) and President Ellis with help from Pepper and Rhodey. Afterwards, he perfected Extremis, not only healing Pepper, but also removing the shrapnel and obsolete arc reactor from his chest.
After the fallout of S.H.I.E.L.D. due to Hydra's infiltration, Tony became the Avengers benefactor, and turned Stark Tower into their new base, Avengers Tower. He also created a legion of Iron Man like suits to help them keep peace. Stark created Ultron, programmed peace-keeping AI found in Loki's staff, to lead the legion. However, Ultron turned against them. Being a robot with Stark's mind, Ultron went to create a new body for himself, which the Avengers stole from him and brought to life for JARVIS to control. The new body that was meant for Ultron was thus turned into the Vision, who proved extremely powerful, considering he could wield Thor's hammer. He ultimately destroyed Ultron and joined the Avengers along with Scarlet Witch.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Iron Man's Mark 42 Armour makes an appearance in 76007 Iron Man: Malibu Mansion Attack, however its head is a blank white piece. This is because you can replace the white head with Tony Stark or Pepper Potts's head.
- A suitcase representing Iron Man's Mark 5 armor folded up also makes an appearance in 76007 Iron Man: Malibu Mansion Attack
- His preliminary face at Comic Con was the same as Jack Sparrow's cursed variation, and at the NY Toy Fair 2012 was Bruce Wayne's old face.
- The mask doesn't flip open like it does in the films. In the films, the chin stays put and the face pivots up.
- In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, The Bleeding Edge (Heroic Age) suit's hands go from bright red to dark red.
- There are different variations of him in the two LEGO movie posters, one has his helmet with the visor up, and the other has the hair of the Weight Lifter mini-figure, when on the Tony Stark mini-figure it is dark brown.
LEGO.com Description[edit | edit source]
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Iron Man™ (Mark 6 & 7)
Taken prisoner by criminals, billionaire industrialist and inventor Tony Stark built a metal suit to escape. Now he fights evil all around the world as Iron Man, the Armored Avenger! With an ever-evolving series of hi-tech armor powered by the arc reactor in his chest, and a team of trusted friends to back him up, Iron Man is always on the cutting edge of justice.
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Iron Man™ (Mark 17 & 42)
Tony Stark is constantly tinkering with his Iron Man suit to make it stronger, faster, and more powerful. Designed with the latest next-generation Stark Industries technology, the upgraded Mark 42 armor leaves all of its predecessors in the dust. Watch out, villains – Iron Man is back, and he’s better than ever!
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- 6867 Loki's Cosmic Cube Escape (Mark 6)
- 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle (Mark 7)
- 30167 Iron Man vs. Fighting Drone (Mark 6)
- 76006 Iron Man: Extremis Sea Port Battle (Mark 42)
- 76008 Iron Man vs. The Mandarin: Ultimate Showdown (Mark 17)
- 76029 Iron Man vs. Ultron (Mark 45)
- 76031 Hulkbuster Smash (Mark 43)
- 76032 Quinjet City Chase (Mark 43)
- 76038 Attack on Avengers Tower (Mark 43)
- 76048 Iron Skull Sub Attack (Mark 37)
- 76049 Avenjet Space Mission (Mark 39)
- 76051 Super Heroes at the Airport (Mark 46)
- 76072 Mighty Micros: Iron Man vs. Thanos (Mighty Micros)
- 76077 Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes (Invincible Armour)
- 76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition (UCS Mark 43)
- 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle (Infinity War)
- 76108 Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown (Infinity War)
- 5002946 Silver Centurion (Mark 33)
- New York Toy Fair Exclusive Captain America and Iron Man (Heroic Age)
Video Game Appearances[edit | edit source]
Other[edit | edit source]
Gallery of variants[edit | edit source]
|Heroic Age||Mark 6||Mark 7||Mark 17||Mark 33||Mark 37||Mark 39||Mark 42||Mark 43||Mark 45||Mark 46||Invincible Armour||Mark 50||UCS Mark 43||Mighty Micros|
Gallery of video game variants[edit | edit source]
|Mark 1||Mark 6||Mark 7||Mark 42||Hulkbuster Suit||Heroic Age||Heartbreaker||Mark 39||Old West Tony Stark
(LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Iron Man and Thor brick-built models
Concept Art for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
With Thing and Black Widow.
Iron Man as seen in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
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