With so many LEGO reveals during the past few days, I have to admit that this particular set fell off from my radar. All digital versions of the various regional LEGO catalogs were already released, and as you may already know, these catalogs have subtle differences that are a bit easy to miss. However, for the eagle-eyed LEGO fan, these differences in content offer a trove of reveals as well. The German version of the catalog for example, now reveals a new LEGO Marvel Avengers set that many of you might be interested in. And thanks to Promobricks, we now have a closer look at the LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167).
If you already saw the German version of the LEGO Catalog for 2H 2020, you might have seen this portion already.
It’s kind of easy to miss because of the relatively small space that LEGO allotted for this set. However, Promobricks has now published a number of official images that allows for a better appreciation of what this set has to offer.
Scheduled to arrive in August, the LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167) comes in at 258 pieces and is expected to retail for 29.99€. And if you’re familiar with last year’s LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hall of Armor (76125), you’ll quickly notice that the former may be attached to the latter as a sort of expansion set. The best part is, the Iron Man Armory also includes a ‘garage’ minifigure version of Tony Stark himself without donning any of his armors. It gives a more display-worthy vibe for these sets when combined.
Other than this new workshop version of Tony, the set also comes with a new Iron Man armor very similar to the Mark L minifigure with its nano-based tech. We also have our first minifig version of the Mark II Prototype Iron Man armor, plus two A.I.M. Agents.
The LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167) also includes a hot rod build which is in front and center of this set, reflecting Tony’s penchant with automobiles whenever he is not tinkering around with his set of armors. The Iron Man Armory (76167) is not listed as of this posting over at LEGO Shop@Home, but with a release date of August, we can expect that more info to come by next month.