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.