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Avengers: Endgame LEGO Sets Reveal War Machine's Hulkbuster Armor, Ultimate Quinjet

Earth's Mightiest Heroes have never looked more adorable. But don't let the cute toy designs fool you: the Avengers mean serious business in the new Avengers: Endgame LEGO sets. 

LEGO unveiled five new Avengers: Endgame sets on Monday, April 1, confirming that each would be available for purchase that same day. (And no, this isn't some kind of cruel April Fools' Day joke.) 

Included in the sets is a War Machine minifigure rocking sweet Hulkbuster armor, the Ultimate Quinjet the Avengers will board, and slick suits for the surviving heroes. One set, the Avengers Compound Battle, even pits Iron Man, Ant-Man, Captain Marvel, and Nebula against Thanos and his vicious pack of brainless underlings known as the Outriders at Avengers HQ. Another puts Tony Stark's dazzling Hall of Armor on display, while the Captain America: Outriders Attack set sees Cap pilot a new ride and blast the Outriders with dual flames. 

Check out the full descriptions for the Avengers: Endgame LEGO sets, courtesy of LEGO, below.

War Machine Buster: "Emergency! Ant-Man is under attack by the dangerous Outriders. Fly to the rescue with the mighty War Machine Buster! Fire the 6-stud rapid shooter and the flick missiles. Grab an Outrider with the massive mech's powerful hands. Then detach the stud-shooting cannons and battle the enemy on the ground with War Machine." 

Avengers Ultimate Quinjet: "Get set for battle against the Chitauri with the Avengers Ultimate Quinjet! Prepare the weapons with Rocket and Thor in the passenger compartment. Jump in the cockpit with Black Widow and take off. Fire the stud shooters and the 6-stud rapid shooter. Make a smooth landing and continue the fight on the wings. Then surprise the enemy with the stud-shooting trike."

Avengers Compound Battle: "Team up with Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Hulk, Nebula and Ant-Man and defend the Avengers' compound! Make plans in the office and grab weapons from the table's secret compartment. Monitor Thanos and the Outrider's approach to the Avengers HQ with the radar, then speed into action. Activate the rooftop defense system. Target the Outrider with the offroader's dual stud shooter, then launch the Avengers' helicopter and fire its rapid shooter."

Iron Man Hall of Armor: "Join Tony Stark in the Iron Man Hall of Armor and experiment with new tech! Make a smoothie in the kitchen. Work at the desk and get suited up using the robotic arms. Lift heavy objects in the Iron Man lab wearing the massive Igor Suit. And if your experiments go wrong, get the robot to put out fires with the fire extinguisher. But watch out — an Outrider is trying to break in so grab a weapon and capture this dangerous invader! You can rebuild this awesome Hall of Armor in loads of different ways, so the action never stops."

Captain America: Outriders Attack: "Take on 3 Outriders with Captain America's bike! Fight back with the Captain America shield shooters. Then jump out of the cockpit, detach the blasters, and battle those enemy Outriders one on one!"

As with any promotional materials released ahead of a film, these LEGO sets have people wondering how accurately they represent what will happen in Avengers: Endgame. The suits seen on the LEGO minifigures — including Rocket Raccoon, Hawkeye, Thor, and Black Widow — are the same white-black-and-red ones featured in the latest trailer for the ensemble flick (ones that look incredibly similar to the Quantum Realm suits from Ant-Man and the Wasp). At the very least, that element of the toy sets does accurately depict one aspect of Endgame's plot. The potential for an Avengers-versus-Thanos showdown at the heroes' headquarters in New York, or a sequence in which Captain America roasts the Outriders to a crisp with his fire-shooting bike, though? That's trickier to confirm or deny, though we'd like to make it abundantly clear that we'd love to see both scenes play out on the big screen.

In any case, regardless of how much the Avengers: Endgame LEGO sets reflect the events of the film, the toy collections are all sorts of cute and should please Marvelites out there both young and old. With so many unanswered questions left to ponder and countless theories to analyze, fans are probably in need of some relaxation in the weeks leading up to Endgame's release. Why not wind down by building a LEGO set, right? 

Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, Avengers: Endgame is due out in theaters on April 26.