"Heroes; there is still no such thing!"LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.
Role in Story
The Mandarin appears alongside Aldrich Killian and Loki in the mission, Rebooted, Resuited. After the villains hack Jarvis, they are chased outside by Captain America and Iron Man. After being beaten up for a while, the Mandarin hijacks the Hulkbuster armor. However, he is defeated by Iron Man and his remaining armors.
The son of British and Mongolian aristocrats who died shortly after he was born, the vain Mandarin squandered his entire inheritance on training in science, military tactics, and mystic martial arts. This bankrupted the family estate, resulting in the Mandarin being rendered homeless. Blaming civilization rather than his own vanity for his misfortune, Mandarin sought a means of revenge, eventually discovering an alien spaceship. He looted the technology he found within, including ten rings which each possessed a different energy-attack. The Mandarin took the rings and began a life as an international terrorist, combating Iron Man and the Avengers frequently as an enemy of peace.
Film/Iron Man 3 Mandarin
The Mandarin was an identity that British actor Trevor Slattery used in hijacked television broadcasts to unwittingly convince the general public that exploding Extremis Soldiers were the result of acts of terrorism committed by him. When confronted by Iron Man, Slattery was proven to be nothing more than a pawn in the greater sinister game of Aldrich Killian and A.I.M.
- Energy Projection (Default only): One of the Mandarin's rings has the power to release energy blasts and laser beams.
- Telekinesis (Default only): One of the Mandarin's rings allows him to lift objects with his mind.
- Mind Control (Default only): One of the Mandarin's rings allows him to control people with his mind.
- Computer Hacking (Default only): A genius scientist, the Mandarin can easily hack into advanced computers.
- The Film Mandarin has no powers.
- In the boss battle with The Mandarin he says "Heroes; there is still no such thing!". This is a reference to Iron Man 3, where Trevor Slattery acting as the Mandarin speaks to America via his cyber terrorist commercials, saying "Heroes; there is no such thing."
- The *Movie* minifigure is based off of Trevor Slattery.