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LEGO Infinity Gauntlet Is Perfect for Every Mini Mad Titan

Get ready to snap your fingers, and make half of your LEGO minifigures disappear. That’s right, at long last, LEGO is releasing their own version of Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet. The weapon forged in Nidavellir for the Mad Titan can now be yours to build. And with hundreds of gold bricks no less. Just think of yourself as Etri the Dwarf. It’s the perfect weapon to hold all six Infinity Stones. Or, in this case, Infinity Bricks.

We’ve learned about this deluxe LEGO build thanks to the folks over at Slashfilm. The LEGO Infinity Gauntlet comes with 590-pieces and includes moveable fingers, for all that maniacal snapping. The Gauntlet measures over one foot in height, and you can pose it on a sturdy base for display.  You can read the Infinity Gauntlet’s official description, as well as check out some early images, right here.

The LEGO Infinity Gauntlet has more gold bricks than Fort Knox.

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“LEGO Marvel Infinity Gauntlet is a challenging construction project that rewards the builder with an impressive display piece. One that perfectly evokes Marvel’s captivating style. This LEGO brick recreation of the iconic Infinity Gauntlet featured in the Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame movies is certain to attract attention and interest wherever it is displayed.

With movable fingers, vibrantly colored Infinity Stones, and a descriptive tablet attached to a sturdy base, this golden gauntlet provides an engrossing construction challenge. The finished model will captivate all who see it. Escape the busy world and immerse yourself in the relaxing pleasure of adult LEGO building sets. They’re perfect for anyone with an interest in creative construction or comic-book culture.”

The LEGO Infinity Gauntlet is perfect to display in the home of any wannabe Mad Titan.

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The LEGO Infinity Gauntlet is going to set MCU fans back $69.99. We don’t have a release date for this one yet. The official LEGO Shop briefly had a listing, which is now inactive, but there’s still a page up at Walmart, although it is currently showing out of stock. Hopefully, we can expect the listings to be live (and in stock) in the near future.