The Hulk is LEGO set 41592-1. It has a score of 70. This is bad compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 9 scored reviews and 13 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 14.7% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2017, and it is categorised in BrickHeadz.
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We got many of these sets for my sons new super hero themed room and they are so awesome and he has so much fun building them.
This is a great set for personal use or for a gift. The box is small but the pieces are too. We love the LEGO brand because the pieces last a lifetime and they come with great step by step instructions. It's so cool to build a person!
This Hulk Brickheadz is a great addition into any Marvel fans collection, this set is fun to build and represents Hulk perfectly.
41592 The Hulk may have smashed expectations with his recent appearances in the Avengers films, but I don't think he's the breakout start of the Marvel BrickHeadz wave.
These sets are about as collectible as you can get! There's supposed to be multiple series coming (that's apparently the reason for that number 1 on the stand), a plethora of characters to choose from in the future, and loads of people creating their own.
41592 Hulk was reviewed in issue 33 of Blocks Magazine.
The Hulk is okay – not bad at all, but a little boring. Despite his very striking green and purple colour scheme, The Hulk Brickheadz ultimately fails to capture its character's personality in a meaningful way. Also, those hands are so ugly. I don't know why they didn't just opt for regular Brickheadz clip hands.
I don't think that The Hulk has translated particularly well into BrickHeadz form, though. He's certainly recognisable, but his torso needs more bulk and his arms and hands look decidedly odd and awkward. The printed abs and pecs are a plus point, but overall, unless you're a completist and/or a massive Hulk fan I think there are better alternatives in the first wave of BrickHeadz sets.
The Hulk's think arms connect with a green 1×2 hinge brick (part 3937) and a green 2×2 top element (part 6134). The rare green hinge brick had only previously appeared in a few small sets in 2004 until its reappearance a few months ago in The Riddler's Riddle Racer. The top half of the hinge has never appeared in green before.
The Hulk comes with two of the accompanying Dark Green hinge bases (6170765|3937) to form a pair of complete hinge assemblies in Dark Green - used here for his shoulder joints. The hinge base isn't new in this shade, but hasn't been seen since 2004. Its re-introduction just slightly preceded this set, in 70903 The Riddler Riddle Race earlier this year. Hinge elements in green are always useful for building trees and foliage at an angle.