Yep I've already made plans to check it out, will probably be there on Apr 13. I was itching to stroll through DL again and this makes for a perfect excuse. The article confirmed the Mk1 to Mk7 will be on display, probably the same display from SDCC. All the new suits in IM3 seem to be CGI with the exception of the Mk42 and Iron Patriot, so it's possible the practical suits might be on display as well but I'm not holding my breath.did you guys hear that they will be having some of the armors on display at Disneyland.
cant wait for this movie!!!!
One thing to note, Hasbro has their own Hyper Velocity toy but it looks NOTHING like the Facebook revealed Hyper Velocity / Shotgun Mk40 suit. So their version of the Stealth suit may not even be in the movie and just could be a direct copy of the IM1 concept art.And for that suit he's jumping into, its not the hyper velocity, but appears to the Stealth suit. Even the toy has the odd face plate:
“By the end of the film, we see each and every one of them, and you realize Tony is a mechanic and he has been tinkering," he told Comic Book Movie. "Any conceivable idea he had about the suit technology he built and stored in his Hall of Armor. Finally, after talking about it for four movies we finally see his Hall of Armor and the giant army of suits that he’s built for himself.”
Just FYI, that's a fan-made creation, not an official LEGO set in any capacity. So without some sort of accompanying official documentation stating otherwise, this shouldn't be taken to indicate scale accurately. Just FYI!According to LEGO, Igor is more than twice taller than normal IM suit
(see the second top left picture).
Looks like Tony can sit comfortably in Igor's head.