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This insane LEGO Hulkbuster statue is now on display at The Toy Store UK, and I’ll bet lots of kids (and adults) are falling over themselves to take a picture with it. It clocks in at over 8-feet tall, 7 1/2-feet wide and weighs over 2000 pounds.

This bad boy took over 940 hours of build time and is made up of over a million bricks.

Take a closer look in the images below.

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Tony Stark’s “Hulkbuster” mod for his suit was one of the best parts of Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you agree, then you might like this remote control Hulkbuster lamp from infoThink.

It comes with five distinct light modes: fade, flash, multi-effects, soothing sleep and smooth breathing. I know–those sound like pretty odd settings, but you can get a better understanding of what those modes actually mean by watching a short demonstration video after the break.

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The are usually some fantastic Lego sculptures on convention floors, but this Hulk vs Hulkbuster display at SDCC is more impressive than most.

Take a closer look in the video after the break…

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We’ve seen some pretty incredible Hulkbuster toys recently, including the Hot Toys version and a Bandai version, but King Arts has gone a step further with a 1/9th scale model that has a full Iron Man figure stuffed inside.

The die-cast, fully articulated figure clocks in at a whopping 16-inches tall and comes with LED effects. However, it does not come with the 1/9th scale Iron Man figure, so you’ll have to shell out an additional $190 for that. When all is said and done, you’re looking at $840 for the complete Hulkbuster experience.

Damn, I don’t even want to know how much that four foot Hulkbuster with animatronic armor from Comicave Studios is gonna cost.

Check out a video of the King Arts figure in action after the break…

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Bandai has debuted their Figuarts Mark 44 limited edition Hulkbuster figure and, man, is it pretty.

The figure is in the same scale as other Avengers: Age of Ultron Figuarts at 10 inches tall, with all sorts of articulation and even moving armor pieces for punching or repulsor blast poses. It also has LED’s and gold die cast armor highlights.

So. Pretty.

Pre-orders are available now and it’s estimated to be available the first part of 2016.

Head after the break to see more pictures of this gorgeous figure.

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Most kids do not like getting strapped into their highchairs, but I bet they’d beg to take a seat if their highchairs looked like this one. Super-Fan Builds has transformed Natasha Vineyard’s highchair into a Hulbkbuster. It lights up, has an arc reactor, and even closes up for extra protection. It’s enough to make you wish you were a kid again.

See the video after the break.

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This unbelievable Hulkbuster figure is coming soon from Comicave Studios. It’s one-quarter scale which makes it 4-feet-tall and it even has lights and articulation. The best part is the armor which automatically opens to reveal an Iron Man Mark 43 hiding inside. This is a prototype so the final version may differ slightly, but it’s still destined to be quite a collectible.

See it in action in the video after the break.

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This collectible isn’t just the kind of thing that could be the centerpiece of a collection. It’s big enough to be the centerpiece of a huge room. That’s right—Beast Kingdom Toys is selling a life-size version of Tony Stark’s Hulkbuster for $21,500.

See Also: Hot Toys’ Amazing 1/6th Scale Hulkbuster Figure

Unfortunately, you can’t wear the suit or pose the statue, but it does appear to have some lighting effects that would scare the daylights out of someone walking into the room in the dark. You won’t need a dog with this guy guarding the front door.

See more pictures after the break.

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