LEGO Is Bringing The 'Age Of Ultron' Hulk Versus Hulk Buster Fight To Comic-Con [Exclusive]

This definitely deserves a science bros fist bump.

One of the biggest highlights of every San Diego Comic-Con -- other than the metric ton of celebrities, parties, and insane amounts of news, of course -- are the sculptures LEGO plops down in the middle of their always awesome booth. Last year, the Master Builders delivered a "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" Shredder, a Spider-Man and more. So how do you top that?

You're going to need a Hulk.

Actually, to be more precise, you're going to need one of the most iconic scenes from "Avengers: Age of Ultron," when Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) in his Hulk Buster armor punch each other so hard it causes a sonic boom:


Affectionately known around these parts as the Science Bros Fist Bump, the moment has been painstakingly captured in full scale -- and will be on display this year at LEGO's San Diego booth -- with over 100,000 bricks.

That's crazy enough to make Ultron seem sane.

Here's your first, exclusive look at the sculpture, as well as some fun facts, and an awesome time-lapse video of the Master Builders master building Iron Man.

  • It took LEGO Master Builders 575 hours to design and build the Hulk Buster model, which contains 78,083 LEGO bricks.
  • Hulk was a relative snap, though. He "only" took 200 hours, and 22,560 LEGO bricks.
  • The entire model is 58" (length) x 136" (width) x 67" (height), which is, you know, pretty big.
  • ...And here's that time-lapse video, which will make you question your work ethic and life choices.

You can check this out for yourself at the LEGO booth in Hall D, booth #2829. If, you know, you're in San Diego this week. If not, SORRY.