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Based on new superhero sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron", Lego Marvel Super Heroes Hulk Buster Smash is Lego set number 76031, ready for you to assemble the Avengers. Literally.

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The set comes with figures of Avengers Iron Man and the Hulk, villain Ultron and new character Scarlet Witch.

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The Hulk bursts from the box!

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Hulk goes back to his roots: the set comes with a comic.

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The set contains 248 pieces.

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Hulk can't wait to get stuck in!

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Hulk Buster Smash is part of a line-up of super-powered Lego. It's out now for $30 or £30 (that's around AU$60, although it's not yet on sale in Australia).

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Scarlet Witch comes together in the instruction booklet.

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The Ultron Prime minifig has a few unusual pieces.

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Hulk checks out the instructions.

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The set includes...whatever this thing is.

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Figures can be made to "fly" with this "invisible" stand.

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Iron Man's helmet, and the helmet for his helmet.

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Who's this chap?

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Yes, it's billionaire Tony Stark -- also known as Iron Man.

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Most Lego figures come with two faces for extra play potential. Here's Tony's fighty face...

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...and here's Tony's smarmy face.

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Snap on the faceplate to transform Tony Stark into Iron Man.

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Here's the back of the ferrous superhero.

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Pieces simulating blue "light" bring Iron Man's repulsors to life for flying or shooting bad guys.

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Flicking a special piece allows you to send Iron Man flying for real.

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Ultron Prime can "fly" thanks to "light" bricks, just like Iron Man.

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"There are no strings on me!" says Ultron Prime, voiced in the movie by James Spader.

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"Something cocky but witty!" says Iron Man, played in the film by Robert Downey Jr.

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The bricks and pieces that will form the Hulkbuster suit.

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Come on Hulk, it's for ages 7-14.

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The torso of the Hulkbuster suit. Each section is built individually.

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Here we can see the Hulkbuster start to come together as we add the arms.

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The set includes some unusual pieces.

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You put your right leg in... The Hulkbuster is nearly ready to bust some Hulk.

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This is the Hulkbuster's hand.

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This is the head of the Hulkbuster exosuit.

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Hulkbuster completed! The set opens to allow Iron Man to jump inside and take control.

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Iron Man takes his place in the Hulkbuster exosuit. The special heavy-duty suit features in "Age of Ultron" in an epic scrap between Hulk and Hulkbuster.

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Hulkbuster armour made its first appearance in the comics in "Iron Man #304" in 1994.

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Iron Man in an Iron Man... It's Iron Mans all the way down!

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The set then closes up and clips in place...

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...ready for bustin'.

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The hands flex and the right arm packs actual firing bricks.

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Hulkbustin' makes me feel good.

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Right, where's that pesky Hulk?

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Hulk chills out with a comic.

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Look out Hulk!

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He's behind you...

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Hulk and Hulkbuster square up.

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Come an' have a go if you think you're Hulk enough!

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Iron Man throws the first punch...

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Hulk gets stuck in.

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Give us a hug.

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It's the main event, grapple fans!

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Don't lose your head, Tony.

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Luckily, Tony and Hulk remember they're buds, and all is well. Everyone back to Avengers Tower for shawarma and cocktails!

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HULK SMASH!

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