You're a simple man or lady, with simple needs. You're excited about the upcoming third installment of the "Iron Man" franchise, and you just can't wait until the summer. So you buy some "Iron Man 3" Legos. It doesn't make you weird. Oh, you have kids? Good, because that would have been weird.
But while Tony Stark may have to deal with the villainy of The Mandarin, you as a consumer have a potentially even more feared opponent: the spoiler. And as our brothers from another mother at Cinemablend have pointed out, those Legos you just bought might be devastating.
Because while two of the boxes feature artwork taken directly from the "Iron Man 3" trailer, one featuring the character of Guy Pearce's Aldrich Killian does not. Hint for a fan of the comics: his face is messed up. Does he get the monster-inducing super soldier serum from the "Extremis" plot arc? We're not into spoilers, in toy form or otherwise, so to see the offending artwork, click on over to CinemaBlend.
Whatever happens, this is undoubtedly the worst case of legos potentially spoiling an upcoming film since the infamous "Wait a minute, Jack and Rose can't both fit on that Lego door!" scandal from the mid-'90s.