Feel The Power Of The Infinity Gauntlet In LEGO Form!

This has been the week of Marvel-related merchandise. Every time I turned around, there was another item from the MCU being announced. We had replicas from Eaglemoss, Iron Man’s Nano Gauntlet, and Surtur. Well, here’s another one to add to the list.

Thanks to Inside The Magic, we gained the knowledge that LEGO is going to be issuing a scaled replica of the Infinity Gauntlet this year. Standing at just over 12″, this version of the Gauntlet features Infinity Gems and is poseable.

The fingers and thumb are articulated. You can recreate that famous scene where Thanos flips Iron Man the bird before wishing everyone turned into beings made of pure dandruff. That’s how the end of Avengers: Infinity War went, correct?

I can’t remember. I saw the movie at the Pitcher Show and it was nickel beer night. In fact, I think I wasn’t even at Avengers. It may have been Justice League and I couldn’t see anything.

Anyway. Look at them LEGOs!

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LEGO® Marvel Infinity Gauntlet (76191) is a challenging construction project that rewards the builder with an impressive display piece that perfectly evokes Marvel’s captivating style.

Collectible Marvel movie model
This LEGO brick recreation of the iconic Infinity Gauntlet featured in the Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame movies is certain to attract attention and interest wherever it is displayed. With movable fingers, vibrantly colored Infinity Stones and a descriptive tablet attached to a sturdy base, this golden gauntlet provides an engrossing construction challenge and a finished model that will captivate all who see it.

The Infinity Gauntlet can be pre-ordered now directly from LEGO. The release date is listed as August 1st, 2021.

As LEGO continues to create block replicas of Star Wars and Marvel props, which would you like to see? I’d like to see a large LEGO set that recreates Ego as a planet. Or maybe Yondu’s upgraded mohawk? Loki’s helmet? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Inside The Magic]

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