“Just wait until you get a taste of my toxic power -- Hero Factory will be minus one Hero!”
— Vapor to Dunkan Bulk, Showdown!
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Affiliation Von Nebula
Weapons Vapor Launchers, Blades
Status Alive
Location Unknown

Vapor is a Villain in the Hero Factory Universe working for Von Nebula.


Vapor has been recruited by Von Nebula into his gang as a result of crimes he has committed, including once attacking Mekron City with Meltdown, though his status following the apprehension of most of the tyrant's Villains remains unknown.

During a visit to an unknown planet, Vapor was confronted by Alpha 1 member Dunkan Bulk, who had been refitted in order to survive the toxic environment around him. Assisted by William Furno on his Furno Bike and a Drop Ship pilot, Bulk challenged Vapor. It can be assumed that Bulk successfully captured Vapor and placed him in the Villain Storage.

After Voltix created a black hole by triggering the Black Hole Orb Staff, Vapor escaped prison. He is possibly still on the loose.


Vapor has blue and black armor with two orange tubes connecting to his guns.


Vapor possesses two hulking claws, each fitted with a corrosive Vapor Launcher which fired spheres of corrosive vapor, as well as a blade on each of his arms.

Set Information

Dunkan Bulk fighting Vapor.

Vapor was released, as part of their Hero Factory line, alongside a slightly modified Dunkan Bulk in a set named "Bulk & Vapour" in August 2010. This set's product number was 7179 and contained 89 pieces, 68 of which were used in the construction of Vapor. The set was a limited edition, and was exclusive to Toys "R" Us stores within the United States and United Kingdom or could be purchased directly from LEGO.



  • The set 7179 Bulk & Vapour was originally supposed to be called "7179 Thersher & Vapour" and the model of the Hero was suppossed to come in green instead of gray to represent Thresher. But the model of Thresher got changed to Dunkan Bulk due to an unknown reason. This is also the reason of why Dunkan Bulk comes with a Sonic Boom Weapon, since Thresher also used that weapon.
  • In the set name and media not specific to the United States, Vapor's name is spelled "Vapour".
  • During The Enemy Within, "Wanted" ads for Vapor were shown flashing on abandoned computer screens in Mekron City.
  • Vapor was the only original villain that didn't make an physical appearance in the original special.

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