LEGO® Super Heroes - Iron ManTM vs. The MandarinTM: Ultim (76008)

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LEGO® Super Heroes - Iron ManTM vs. The MandarinTM: Ultim (76008)

• Includes 2 minifigures and a weapon: Iron Man with Heart Breaker Armor and the Mandarin
• Features the Mandarin’s armored car with rotating flame thrower with dual flame flick missiles and large wheels
• Weapons include a pistol
• Rotate the flamethrower!
• Fire the flame flick missiles!
• The Mandarin’s armored car measures over 5" (13cm) high, 3" (9cm) long and 2" (6cm) wide


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Age 5-8
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
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LEGO® Super Heroes - Iron ManTM vs. The MandarinTM: Ultim (76008) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Iron Man vs. The Mandarin and his Lawnmower SPOILER ALERT! Just want to say that there could be some spoilers in my review, so if you don't want to know very much about the movie until you see it, you have been warned. Well, lets move on to the review. You get 2 great minifigs and a buggy with a flamethrower on the top. MINIFIGS: Iron Man - This could be the most detailed Iron Man minifigure we've ever gotten, which is ironic that it comes in such a small set. Unlike the mark 42 suit, this resembles the Heartbreaker suit almost perfectly, the only thing being the tubes across his helmet that were not featured, but not a big deal. I also might have preferred maybe a chest piece for the repulster, as it does stick out quite a bit in the actual Heartbreaker suit. I absolutely love that the repulster and eyes are in blue, it really makes the figure stand out. The head underneath is the same one from the Avengers sets. It's quite amazing to see that Lego has made it this far in terms of detail, I remember when it was rare to see back printing! The Mandarin - This is a different variant than in the Mansion set. Even though I prefer that one more, it is nice to see a different variant. This one has no leg printing, and a torso that is very awesome and useful for other figures. Even though it looks cool, the beard and hair are not that accurate. Lego should have molded the beard that was introduced on the fisherman minifig from series 3 in black. For the hair, the sumo wrestler's hair, also introduced in series 3. Also included is a sci-fi pistol for some weird reason. BUGGY: The buggy is a pretty decent build, but nothing to get overly excited about. It features the color scheme that we see on the helicopter and the speedboat; dark green, yellow, and black. The is a clip on the side for his gun and a rotating flamethrower. On the flamethrower are two flick-fire-missiles. The back has two red lights on it. Needless to say, The Mandarin can fit in the drivers area. VERDICT: Over all, this is a pretty cool set with some playability. The buggy is ok, it's better than anything you'd get in a Star Wars battle pack. The Heartbreaker suit could be my favorite minifigure in the whole Iron Man 3 line. It's nice to see a different variant of The Mandarin. The price is pretty much what you'd expect to pay for this. One other thing I should say is that the silver pipe on the flamethrower does not come in the bags, so before you say to Lego that the piece is missing, check the bottom of the box. Also, if you get all 3 sets, the playability of each one gets better, because you can make more of a story. This set gets an 8/10 and you should go buy it. Bye!
Date published: 2013-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Take 'em to church, JARVIS. So, as I said in my review on the Extremis Seaport Battle, the figures are the best part of the set, and if LEGO had just forgotten both the sets and made a Boat Docks Battle with Killian, War Machine, Iron Patriot, Heartbreaker, Mark 42, and Mandarin, I would have thought it worth up to $50. But anyway, combine the two, and they're fun, just not movie accurate. MANDARIN'S FLAME CAR: So there is no point to this at all, since like I said, it ain't movie accurate. The car has room for the Mandarin to drive, and it has a rotating flame thrower machine up top with flick missiles. That's it. There is a lot more value in using it for extra pieces. MINIFIGURES: -Mandarin: A cheaper way to get this figure, who is actually a British actor anyway. Now, this Mandarin is different from the Malibu Mansion, because he has bare arms and no cape. Still the black beard and bad old terrorist face, though. Problem is, it's all fake, which is why we truly needed something like the non-physical set that I mentioned above instead of these two. -Iron Man Mark 18 (Heartbreaker): The big reason to get this. This is Tony's most advanced looking suit made in LEGO to date. It has more coloring on the mask and different chest piece printing, and it's all a really cool suit. Tony's head is inside, and it also has the four blue bricks to make it fly. OVERALL: I love the Heartbreaker suit, but there's not much more to this set. Don't feel too pressured to spend thirteen bucks just to boost up your Hall of Armor.
Date published: 2014-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from You'll Never See the Golf Cart Coming (REVIEW CONTAINS SLIGHT IRON MAN 3 SPOILER) LEGO has been doing great with the LEGO Marvel Superheroes line, and the Iron Man 3 sets are no exception. With that being said, however, this set isn't the best of the bunch. To start with the negatives, that golf cart, flame-thrower, deathmobile... thing. If you've seen Iron man 3, you know that the Mandarin (Trevor Slattery edition) never has a final showdown with Tony Stark. Nor does a flaming deathmobile come into play whatsoever. So the vehicle included in this set is confusing and kind of ugly. LEGO could have at least made a small section of the oil rig or an Extremis lab. The price of this set isn't too great either. You pay $13 and only get 91 pieces. I know it might be picky, but I like to get at least 100+ pieces when I pay $10 to $15 for a LEGO set. Now that the negatives are past, onto the positives. The first great thing about this set that is possibly the only reason to purchase it is the minifigures. The Mandarin has nice printing, but the true star is Tony Stark donning his beautiful Heartbreaker armor. The printing on the armor is amazing. This is by far one of my favorite minifigures I have ever owned. I could go on forever about how great this armor is, but I need to move on to the next positive. This set is great when it comes to parts. The slicked-back hair of the Mandarin, the tube piece, etc. The pieces in this set are great and a good reason to purchase this set. PROS: >Heartbreaker armor is amazing >Great pieces >It's LEGO and Iron Man CONS: >Flamemobile of Doom (I seriously don't know a good name for this) >Price is ok, but paying $13 for 91 pieces isn't very nice >Seriously, what is that vehicle?!?! OVERALL: For any LEGO Iron Man fan, this is a musthave. For the average person, however, this set may be easily passed by due to the price. This set is still a fun little starter set and the Heartbreaker armor and the pieces that this set has are the reasons to pick this set up next time you're at the store. I give this set a 4/5.
Date published: 2013-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome minifigs, weird vehicle This set is very interesting. The golf cart (or whatever it's called) is obviously not highlight of this set. It's the awesome minifigures, the heartbreaker armor is simply awesome. That and the mark 42 armor are the best. The mandarin is a pretty good minifig, but to make it more accurate they should have made his hair the ponytail hair. Also, this scene never happened in the movie, and they never fought. Pros Heartbreaker armor this version of the mandarin that is exclusive to this set cons cart overpriced overall, its a decent set. Get it for the minifigs.
Date published: 2013-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from AFOL Well, this is hard to rate. On one hand it is brilliant on the other it is...weird. The minifigs are brilliant and the reason you NEED to get this set. The little car thingy, is....weird, looks really bad, BUT it has great bits with it so good for MOCs, get a couple and could almost build your own Batman Tumbler. All in all, get it for the minifigs!
Date published: 2013-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gift Bought this for my grandson and he absolutely loves it. Great set..good value.
Date published: 2014-09-10
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