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All 31 LEGO Iron Man Suits and Armors Minifigure Guide (July 2022)

All 31 LEGO Iron Man Suits and Armors Minifigure Guide (July 2022)

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Being one of the most popular and beloved characters in all history, LEGO has produced plenty of Iron Man Minifigures.

We’re going to break down all 31 of them and see what makes each of them special!

Designed by the legendary artist Jack Kirby, Iron Man (also known as Tony Stark) made his first Marvel comic appearance in the 1963 ‘Tales of Suspense no. 39’.

However, his popularity took off when Robert Downey Jr portrayed him in the 2008 movie Iron Man.

Since then, he has been a massive presence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

So it makes sense that LEGO would want to make Minifigures of this character! Let’s run through each one of them as of July 2022!

Invincible Iron Man

Invincible Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Invincible Iron Man Minifigure

Based on his appearance in the DC comic of the same name, the Invincible Iron Man Suit can only be found in 1 LEGO set: 76077 Detroit Steel Strikes, released in 2017.

This Minifigure also includes two transparent blue round bricks that attach to his feet, representing the energy blasts that make him fly.

Underneath the mask is a head piece that features two printings of Tony Stark’s face.

One has a resting, neutral look, while the other has gritted teeth.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Invincible Iron Man Volume 1 (2016)
Item number: SH368
Release year:
2017
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76077 Detroit Steel Strikes)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
6

Iron Man – 2012 New York Toy Fair Exclusive

Iron Man - 2012 New York Toy Fair Exclusive LEGO Minifigure
Iron Man 2012 New York Toy Fair Exclusive Minifigure

This particular Iron Man Minifigure is a grail for a lot of collectors!

Released exclusively at the 2012 New York Toy Fair, this particular Iron Man came packaged with an exclusive Captain America and limited to a run of only 125 pieces.

It features a mask printed directly onto the head piece, a highly detailed body, but no leg printing.

They are just a solid shade of the base red color. It currently retails for around $1625 in brand-new condition.

Minifigure Stats

Source: The Avengers (2012)
Item number: SH027
Release year:
2012
Total number of sets found in:
0 (Convention Exclusive)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
3

Mech Armor Iron Man

Mech Armor Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mech Armor Iron Man Minifigure

With a distinctive pearl gold armor covering most of his arms and legs, this Iron Man is not based on any specific look.

The creators of this set took a few artistic liberties and experimented with different colors and armor variants.

This Iron Man Minifigure was released only in the 76203 Iron Man Mech Armor set and features a double-sided head print.

One side looks neutral yet determined, the other has the distinctive blue JARVIS heads-up display on top of the grimacing face.

Minifigure Stats

Source: N/A
Item number: SH806
Release year:
2022
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76203 Iron Man Mech Armor)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
4

Short-Legged Iron Man

Short Legged Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Short Legged Iron Man Minifigure

This LEGO Minifigure depicts a nicely stylized version of Iron Man.

The armor is bright and simple and boils down the key features to a few distinctive lines.

He can be found in the 76072 Mighty Micros: Iron Man vs. Thanos set.

Underneath the helmet is a head featuring Tony Stark massively grinning.

You’ll also notice it has short legs too. This helps him fit nicely into the LEGO Mighty Micros series.

He has two translucent blue bricks for him to ‘fly’ with.

It’s more of a cartoony and childish Minifigure, but it’s still fantastic!

Minifigure Stats

Source: N/A
Item number: SH362
Release year:
2017
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76072 Mighty Micros: Iron Man vs. Thanos)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
6

Quantum Suit Iron Man

Quantum Suit Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Quantum Suit Iron Man Minifigure

Coming in the 30452 Iron Man and Dum-E polybag, this Minifigure is based on his appearance in Avengers: Endgame.

He is wearing the white and black suit with hints of red that the Avengers used to travel through time via the quantum realm.

It’s a nice departure from his usual red and gold look!

This Iron Man Minifigure comes with a flip-up mask, which means it is in two separate pieces.

The front bit clicks on the forehead and can pivot upwards to reveal Tony Stark’s face.

The head features a double printed design, with one having a heads-up display.

He also includes a backpack piece that can be attached by sandwiching it between the head and torso pieces.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Item number: SH575
Release year:
2019
Total number of sets found in:
1 (30452 Iron Man and Dum-E)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
6

Mark I Iron Man #1

Mark I Iron Man #1 LEGO Minifigure
Mark I Iron Man Minifigure #1

Depicting Iron Man’s very first suit that he created in the caves of Afghanistan, this Minifigure is as beat up and dirty as the actual Mark I armor is.

There are some great pain applications here with grime and dents all over the body and legs.

Found in the 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor set, this is a very detailed and surprisingly accurate Minifigure.

Under the mask is a transparent head as this armor could not properly retract or open the mask.

The only issue with this Minifigure is that LEGO hasn’t quite nailed the bulky size of the Mark I Iron Man armor.

Perhaps this could have been solved by using a larger Minifigure (similar to what they do with Thanos and The Hulk).

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man (2008)
Item number: SH565
Release year:
2019
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
4

Mark II Iron Man

Mark II Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark II Iron Man Minifigure

Based on the more refined suit seen in the original Iron Man movie, this Minifigure can be found in the 76167 Iron Man Armory set.

It comes molded in a nice gray with a decent amount of shine to it.

The paint applications almost look metallic in some parts. Underneath the helmet is a clear head piece, meaning that you can’t really remove it.

We’re surprised LEGO didn’t include a printed face and hair piece as Tony Stark is often seen in the suit but without the mask, so it’s a bit of a strange choice.

Still, it’s a cool figure and one of the few representations of the Mark II armor.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man (2008)
Item number: SH667
Release year:
2020
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76167 Iron Man Armory)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
4

Mark III Iron Man

Mark III Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark III Iron Man Minifigure

The Mark III armor is certainly one of the most iconic Iron Man looks, and LEGO nailed it here.

The printed details on the body are fantastic, with plenty of highlights and shading to give it some depth and character.

The helmet is also able to flip up, revealing the head piece.

Here’s the thing, though; it’s not a head piece with a printed face under there! Instead, it is just a transparent blue head-shaped brick.

As you can find it in the 76216 Iron Man Armory set, we suppose it allows you to switch around the 1 printed head piece, so Tony Stark can wear the different suits of armor.

It might be a little annoying if you want a printed Tony Stark head under each, but in the context of the LEGO set, it makes sense.

Also, we don’t know about you, but the red and gold Iron Man looks pretty festive, and he would seem at home in one of the LEGO Marvel advent calendars!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man (2008)
Item number: SH825
Release year:
2022
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76216 Iron Man Armory)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 5

Mark III Iron Man (without helmet)

Mark III Iron Man (without helmet) LEGO Minifigure
Mark III Iron Man (without helmet) Minifigure

We finally get to our first completely non-helmeted Iron Man!

This is essentially the same Mark III armor as the Minifigure above, except this time, we get Tony Stark himself instead of a helmet!

The torso and leg pieces are once again printed amazingly well, and they are scarily accurate to what you see on screen.

It’s a pity there’s no arm printing, but we can live without that here.

The face looks fantastic! We get the patented Tony Stark cock-sure smile, and to say that the printing is only super simple, LEGO did a fantastic job of making it look like Robert Downey Jr!

On the reverse side of the head is a more determined face with the heads-up display over the top of it.

The hair piece is a great touch, too, as part of Tony Stark’s look is the tousled and unkempt yet stylish hair.

It might only be a previously used, off-the-shelf hair piece from LEGO’s extensive inventory, but they chose it well!

Having said all of that, it would have been nice for there to be a helmet included, too!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man (2008)
Item number: SH739
Release year:
2021
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76190 Iron Monger Mayhem)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
4

Mark V Iron Man

Mark V Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark V Iron Man Minifigure

The silver and red of the Mark V armor looks great in LEGO form.

The detailing is great (though there are Iron Man Minifigures with a lot more detail), and we really like the angled, feathery-looking printing just below the collar.

Once again, we see the flip-up helmet, revealing a clear head piece.

Again though, it’s meant to represent an empty suit of armor, so in this context, it kind of works.

Plus, there is a printed Tony Stark head included in the 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor set, so you have the option of switching them around.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 2 (2010)
Item number: SH566
Release year:
2019
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
5

Mark VI Iron Man

Mark VI Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark VI Iron Man Minifigure

This particular Iron Man is a little blander than the others. The torso piece features mainly red and black with only minimal gold adding highlights.

All this frames the new distinctive triangle ARC reactor in the middle of the chest.

The leg and mask pieces are a little more interesting, with plenty of gold on there to catch the eye with.

The mask is another one that flips up to reveal a double-sided printed head piece.

Accessories-wise, this version of the Iron Man Minifigure also comes with two transparent blue bricks representing the booster rockets on his feet.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH015
Release year:
2013
Total number of sets found in:
2 (6867 Loki’s Cosmic Cube Escape / 30167 Iron Man vs Fighting Drone)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
7

Mark VII Iron Man

Mark VII Iron Man LEGO Minifigure

With the next iteration of the Iron Man armor, LEGO essentially took the body of the Mark VI Minifigure and just applied a little big more gold paint in a few more strategic areas.

Still, it gives it its own definitive look.

This Minifigure has the usual flip-up mask design, revealing a head piece with double-sided printing.

On one side is the usual smug Tony Stark face, and on the other is a more determined, gritted teeth face.

Minifigure Stats

Source: The Avengers (2012)
Item number: SH231
Release year:
2016
Total number of sets found in:
1 (10721 Iron Man vs Loki)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
5

Mark VII Iron Man

Mark VII Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark VII Iron Man Minifigure

There’s not too much to say about this particular Iron Man Minifigure!

He’s essentially the same as the previous Mark VII Iron Man we talked about, except this one comes with two transparent blue bricks on the bottom of his feet.

We do like it when the Minifigures include these rocket booster effects, though. It might only be a rudimentary solution, but it gets across the idea really well.

Minifigure Stats

Source: The Avengers (2012)
Item number: SH036
Release year:
2012
Total number of sets found in:
1 (6869 Quinjet Ariel Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
7

Mark XVII ‘Heartbreaker’ Iron Man

Mark XVII 'Heartbreaker' Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XVII ‘Heartbreaker’ Iron Man Minifigure

Based around an Iron Man suit only briefly seen in Iron Man 3, this LEGO Minifigure follows the same pattern as most other Iron Man Minifigures.

The printed face underneath the flip-up has the neutral and grimacing Tony Stark, though the inclusion of the alternate heads-up display printing might have worked a bit better.

The detailing on the torso piece is the real draw for this Minifigure.

There are plenty of intricate details, paneling, wires, and sections to really look busy.

This could look like too much, but they struck the perfect balance, with the result being effective and interesting.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH073
Release year:
2013
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76008 Iron Man vs The Mandarin: Ultimate Showdown)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
7

Mark XXII ‘Hotrod’ Iron Man

Mark XXII 'Hotrod' Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XXII ‘Hotrod’ Iron Man Minifigure

This flashy and fancy Iron Man Minifigure was released as part of the 76166 Avengers Tower Battle set.

With flame printing that runs up his legs, he has a great gunmetal gray body with maroon arms.

Unlike all of the other Iron Man Minifigures we’ve discussed, this LEGO Minifigure features a clear round brick for the head.

It was clearly intended for Iron Man to leave his mask on!

Still, it’s a very unique design that stands out against the other Iron Man Minifigures.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH654
Release year:
2020
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76166 Avengers Tower Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
4

Mark XXV ‘Striker’ Iron Man

Mark XXV 'Striker' Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XXV ‘Striker’ Iron Man Minifigure

The Mark XXV ‘Striker’ Iron Man Minifigure is another that can be found in the 76216 Iron Man Armory set.

He’s basically a gunmetal gray and silver version of the regular Minifigure, but with some interesting and eye-catching highlights.

It features a shocking yellow pauldron that represents the armors yellow paint applications.

The color may be too bright and clean, but it gets the idea across well.

Maybe LEGO could have printed the yellow on directly, so the shoulders weren’t as obtrusive, but still, it gives it a different look to many other Minifigures.

The actual suit has arms that end in huge jackhammer-like endings. However, this Minifigure just goes with the yellow pauldrons at the top of regular gray arms.

This pauldron piece can be slid onto the neck and sandwiched between the torso and head pieces.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH823
Release year:
2013
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76216 Iron Man Armory)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
6

Mark XXXIX Iron Man

Mark XXXIX Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XXXIX Iron Man

This white and gold version stands out as a cool departure from the usual red and gold LEGO Iron Man Minifigures that we’re used to seeing.

The silver and gold highlights add some texture and depth, and the blue boosters on the bottom give him the feeling that he’s rocketing up to space.

He even has a backpack/jetpack piece that sits on the neck and can be sandwiched between the torso and the head.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH229
Release year:
2016
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76049 Avenjet Space Mission)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 10

Mark XLI ‘Bones’ Iron Man

Mark XLI 'Bones' Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLI ‘Bones’ Iron Man Minifigure

We do love an Iron Man with a bit of a different look!

The Mark XLI suited Minifigure takes the usual Iron Man Minifigure and turns it on its head.

The usual vibrant reds are replaced with an extremely dark (almost black) blue. This gives the gold printing an extra effective pop!

The detailing is incredible, and there is ample shading and highlights to really bring out those ‘bones’ in the armor.

In fact, both the torso and the leg pieces feature some of the more intricate printing we’ve seen on a Minifigure!

Build wise though, it’s very much in the same vein as the other Minifigures, with the helmet being flip up-able, revealing a transparent head piece.

Again, this can be quickly and easily swapped out with the printed face piece included in the 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor set.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH567
Release year:
2019
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
5

Mark XLII Iron Man #1

Mark XLII Iron Man #1 LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLII Iron Man #1 Minifigure

We’re not one to complain about LEGO Minifigures, but we have to point out the glaring errors when we see them!

When it came to the Mark XLII Iron Man suit, LEGO really missed the mark!

But let’s start with the good things! The head looks pretty great, and it’s always good to have the energy blasts coming from the feet.

The details in the printing are good, and they included plenty of tiny little parts to keep things interesting.

But now on to the bad stuff; this does NOT look like the Mark XLII Iron Man suit. At all!

In fact, it looks like a mash-up of the Mark VI and Mark XVII Heartbreaker suits.

The XLII suit has a much more prominent gold coloring, especially on the legs.

To be honest, we’d say it was a gold suit with red highlights. We actually got a Minifigure that is primarily red with a few gold highlights.

It could have been a cool Minifigure, but unfortunately, LEGO dropped the ball with this one!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH065
Release year:
2013
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76006 Iron Man: Extremis Sea Port Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
7

Mark XLII Iron Man #2

Mark XLII Iron Man #2 LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLII Iron Man #2 Minifigure

This is very much the same LEGO Minifigure as the previous Mark XLII armor we just talked about, complete with the same highlights and glaring pitfalls.

Only this time, you don’t even get a printed face under the mask – you just get a plain white head piece!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH072
Release year:
2013
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76007 Iron Man: Malibu Mansion Attack)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
7

Mark XLIII Iron Man #1

Mark XLIII Iron Man #1 LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLIII Iron Man #1 Minifigure

Moving on to the next iteration of Iron Man armor, the Minifigure much more accurately reflects what we see on screen.

We’re back to the base red color with gold highlights and a more streamlined look.

The mask opens to reveal a head piece with printing on both sides. And of course, you get the rocket booster effects on the feet.

If you want to get hold of this LEGO Minifigure, then you’re in luck, because it’s available in three different sets!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Item number: SH167
Release year:
2015
Total number of sets found in:
3 (76038 Attack on Avengers Tower / 76032 The Avengers Quinjet City Chase / 76031 The Hulk Buster Smash)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
7

Mark XLIII Iron Man #2

Mark XLIII Iron Man #2 LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLIII Iron Man #2 Minifigure

While you might think this would be the exact same Minifigure as the first Mark XLIII armor, there are actually some pretty cool upgrades!

Released 3 years after the first version, this one adds extra printing to the entire Minifigure.

The legs have some additional printing at the knees to give it a bit more of an interesting look, and the chest has a large section spreading from the Arc reactor to the shoulders.

If you want an accurate Mark XLIII armor, go with version 1. If you want a cooler and more detailed Mark XLIII armor, version 2 is the one for you!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Item number: SH498
Release year:
2018
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76105 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition)
Total pieces to this Minifigure:
5

Mark XLV Iron Man

Mark XLV Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLV Iron Man Minifigure

The next suit gets rid of many details from the previous version. It has a cleaner look, and as such the Minifigure pares back the printing to keep things relatively sparse.

The detailing we get is solid and accurate to the movie version we see in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

This is another LEGO Minifigure where we get the usual transparent blue bricks as the rocket boosters. It’s always a welcome addition!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Item number: SH164
Release year:
2015
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76029 Iron Man vs. Ultron)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 7

Mark XLVI Iron Man

Mark XLVI Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLVI Iron Man Minifigure

We’re in the era of Captain America: Civil War here, with the Mark XLVI suit.

It has all the usual details and print applications covering it and even has some really nicely defined red and gold paneling down either side of the stomach.

The only issue we can see is that while the Iron Man in the movie has a fully exposed Arc reactor, the Minifigure has half a reactor.

We’re not sure why they chose this design, because it’s not screen accurate, but you can’t win them all!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Item number: SH254
Release year:
2016
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76051 LegoSuper Hero Airport Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 7

Mark XLVII Iron Man

Mark XLVII Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XLVII Iron Man Minifigure

With a much more shiny silver look than a lot of the other LEGO Iron Man Minifigures, the Mark XLVII has a chrome touch that really adds to the special-ness.

It is fairly accurate to the suit we see on screen. However, they add more gold highlights on the torso and leg pieces.

Perhaps this is because they used earlier concept art to base their prints on, or perhaps they just wanted to make the Minifigure look a little more interesting.

Either way, it looks great, even if it’s not entirely accurate.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Item number: SH405
Release year:
2017
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76083 Beware the Vulture)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 7

Mark L Iron Man

Mark L Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark L Iron Man Minifigure

We’re hitting the big landmark movies now, and this Minifigure can be found in not one but two Avengers: Infinity War sets.

The first is the 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor, and the second is 76108 The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown.

It has a great-looking triangular Arc reactor printed in the center of the torso piece, and we like that LEGO gave it space to breathe, leaving the detailing towards the bottom of the torso and onto the legs.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
Item number: SH496
Release year:
2018
Total number of sets found in:
2 (76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor / 76108 The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 5

Mark L (with wings) Iron Man

Mark L (with wings) Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark L (with wings) Iron Man

We’re going to look at something a little different now. This Iron Man Minifigure comes complete with the wing accessories that he battles with.

A harness goes around his neck and hangs on the back of the torso, and you simply assemble and clip the four arms to the harness.

It looks neat and even has a blaster effect to add to the action shots.

One issue is that the wings have stickers that need to be applied to them instead of the details being printed on.

Some people might not mind this, while others will take issue with the stickers.

Because the wings need to be assembled, put together, and clipped to the backpack section, this Minifigure has a pretty high piece count, with 38 individual pieces needed to construct him.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
Item number: SH497
Release year:
2018
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76017 Thanos: Ultimate Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 38

Mark LXXXV Iron Man

Mark LXXXV Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark LXXXV Iron Man #1

The iconic “I…am…Iron Man” scene from Avengers: Endgame just had to be replicated in LEGO, and this Minifigure not only gives us a great representation of the suit he’s wearing in that scene, but we also get Tony Stark’s head complete with a black hair piece.

So special is this Minifigure that we got it in not one but two separate sets!

Again there’s some great detailing over the torso and leg pieces, with extra attention given to the armor around his abs.

It defines the shapes and gives him that ‘pieced together’ look.

It would have made this Minifigure extra special if they could have printed some tiny infinity stones onto the right hand.

Unfortunately, hand printing is rarely ever seen.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Item number: SH731
Release year:
2021
Total number of sets found in:
2 (76192 Avengers: Endgame Final Battle / 76237 Sanctuary II: Endgame Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 4

Mark LXXXV Iron Man #2

Mark LXXXV Iron Man #2 LEGO Minifigure
Mark LXXXV Iron Man #2

The white printing seems to be really bright and clear on this Minifigure, giving it the illusion of it actually glowing and throwing out some light.

It really makes the torso piece pop! Similarly, the metallic silver highlights add some depth and definition and make what could be a messy paint job look busy yet clear.

As with all the other Iron Man Minifigures (though we’ve only just mentioned it here) it would be cool to see a bit of battle damage and show that Tony Stark isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty.

On the other hand, we could also see the addition of battle damage making the figure look far too busy and cluttered.

He also comes with a flip-up mask and two blue blast pieces for his feet – pretty standard by now!

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Item number: SH537
Release year: 2019
Total number of sets found in: 1 (76131 Avenger Compound Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 7

Mark LXXXV (with wings) Iron Man

Mark LXXXV (with wings) Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark LXXXV (with wings) Iron Man

A slightly different version of the Mark L (with wings) armor, this one looks a little more rudimentary.

Without the blast details and stickers, it looks a little too plain.

With that being said, the piece count is still pretty high. It’s always nice when you have a bit of a complex build to help bring your Minifigures to life.

Still, the suit looks great, especially the almost metallic gold on the face mask.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Item number: SH824
Release year:
2022
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76216 Iron Man Armory)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 18

Tazer Iron Man

Tazer Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Tazer Iron Man

If you want an Iron Man Minifigure with a bit of a cool look (literally), then the Tazer armor is the one you want.

The reds and golds have been replaced with blues and silvers, giving this armor a completely opposite feel to the usual iterations.

We also get a shoulder piece that helps define his shape and bulk out his body.

We don’t get a flip-up mask, though, LEGO instead going for a solid mask that can be worn and removed all in one piece.

Minifigure Stats

Source: N/A
Item number: SH655
Release year:
2020
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76166 Avenger Compound Battle)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 5

Mark XXXVII Iron Man

Mark XXXVII Iron Man LEGO Minifigure
Mark XXXVII Iron Man Minifigure

A beefier Minifigure than some of the others, this particular Iron Man comes in a pale green, reminiscent of army figures.

He has brown/copper armor details printed on that really stand out nicely.

To add that extra bit of chunk, there is a large shoulder pad section that covers a lot of the torso piece. This can be sandwiched between the torso and the head.

This particular Iron Man Minifigure also comes with transparent bricks for his feet, but whereas all of the others are a cool blue, this time we get it in a hot red.

Minifigure Stats

Source: Iron Man 3 (2013)
Item number: SH213
Release year:
2016
Total number of sets found in:
1 (76048 Iron Skull Sub Attack)
Total pieces to this Minifigure: 11

Final thoughts

So there you have it, all 31 LEGO Iron Man Minifigures! Pretty extensive list, eh?!

There are many different iterations of this superhero, some better than the others.

We love the Mark XXII ‘Hotrod’ version, the Mark LXXXV version, and the Tazer version.

The coloring and detailing on those are really top-notch. Though that is of course, our personal opinion and your opinions might vary!

Despite them all having the same basic design, it’s those little details and printed bits and pieces that really sells them.

The flip-up helmet is a great idea, and having the heads-up display printed over Tony Stark’s smug face really adds to the play value of these Minifigures.

We would have liked to have seen more of the Minifigures packed with a hair piece, just in case you wanted to go maskless and be able to see Tony Stark underneath.

It’s not a dealbreaker, but it’s definitely something we’d love to see.

So now it’s over to you! Which is your favorite Iron Man Minifigure?

Are there any versions of Iron Man that you wish we had, but LEGO hasn’t got around to making yet?

Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below, we love to hear what you have to say!