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Iron Man Classic Pointy Mask Armor
Iron Man
Classic Armor
(Pointy Mask)
Comic Series
Biography:

This is the first of what might be called the "modern" Iron Man armors. Lighter and more energy-efficient than older versions, this suit also packs the first palm repulsors, giving Iron Man untold offensive flexibility. He can fly higher, move faster, and hit harder, thanks to the new technology lacing every inch of his armor.

Accessories:
  • Blast-off Base
  • Snap-on Repulsor Blast
  • 3 Armor Cards
  • Figure Stand
Figure Number: 28

Iron Man - Armor Wars Armor
Iron Man
Armor Wars Armor
Comic Series
Biography:

Though Tony Stark struggles with many personal demons, Iron Man is every inch the hero. When Stark puts on the armor, all of his troubles disappear. He is able to focus completely on the target highlighted in the heads-up display before him, forgetting everything but the mission.

Accessories:
  • 2Snap-on Repulsor Blast
  • 3 Armor Cards
  • Figure Stand
Figure Number: 30

Hulkbuster Armor
Iron Man
Hulkbuster Armor
Comic Series
Biography:

Tony Stark is always thinking ahead about how best to protect the Earth. One of the dangers that has preoccupied him for years is that posed by the Hulk. Stark built the Hulkbuster Iron Man armor, an immensely powerful suit designed specifically to take down the Hulk and prevent him from threatening the planet.

Accessories:
  • 3 Armor Cards
  • Figure Stand
Figure Number: 27

Guardsman
Guardsman
Comic Series
Biography:

Wearing a suit built for him by Tony Stark, Kevin O’Brien became Guardsman, an armored powerhouse nearly as strong as Iron Man himself. Unfortunately, an overlooked bug in the cybernetic interface software drove O’Brien insane with jealousy. His out of control emotions made him a dangerous new enemy for Iron Man.

Accessories:
  • Snap-on Repulsor Blast
  • 3 Armor Cards
  • Figure Stand
Figure Number: 29

Titanium Man
Titanium Man
Comic Series
Biography:

As a loyal KGB agent Boris Bullski was more than happy to undergo the experiments that increased his size and strength, and wear the massive armor that turned him into the Titanium Man. He was assigned to embarrass the United States by defeating Iron Man in open combat, but the armored hero’s fighting skills and superior technology defeated the massive Russian armor.

Accessories:
  • Sanp-on Flame Blast
  • 3 Armor Cards
  • Figure Stand
Figure Number: 31
Release Date: May 2010