Have you seen all the latest Iron Man advertisements with the 42 awesome different armors Tony has built? There’s the Mark 38 Heavy Lifting “Igor”, the Mark 33 Enhanced Energy “Silver Centurion”, the Mark 40 Hyper Velocity “Shotgun”. Then for collectors there’s the Heartbreaker…breaking our hearts to know that none of these cool armors will be translated into well-sculpted, painted, articulated toys like we got for Iron Man 2. Instead, for Iron Man 3, Hasbro has given us the Assembler’s lines of toys, and in this issue of Marvelicious Toys Justin, Arnie, and Marjorie discuss the toys we want while reviewing the toys we’re going to get. Are the Assemblers passable 3.75-inch toys to go with your Iron Man 2 figures? Listen to the review to find out.But not all Marvel collectibles are disappointing. Also in this week’s issue, Arnie and Marjorie review two high-end items recently added to their collection. The first is Sideshow Collectibles’ Exclusive Premium Format Storm statue, limited to 500 pieces, standing 20-inches tall, and coming with two interchangeable heads. Next is a strange, cute, deformed Iron Man figure found in a toy shop in Manhattan–the Tideway Iron Man Mark III.With a look at Marvel’s new audiobook adaptation of Stuart Moore’s Civil War novel, figure stands that make your figures fly, and something to knock your socks off, it’s all in this week’s Marvelicious Toys podcast!