Monday, September 3, 2012

On display @ STGCC 2012: Hot Toys 1/4th scale T1 Endoskeleton and other 1/6th scale Figures

We've already seen some of the amazing stuff shown at the Hot Toys Exhibition Booth @ the 2012 Singapore Toy Game & Comic Convention (STGCC 2012 from September 1 & 2) including the Hot Toys 1/6th scale The BAT (posted HERE), Hot Toys Batman movie Figures & Vehicles (shown HERE) and Hot Toys 1/6th scale The Avengers Figures All Assembled (see previous post), now let's see what else was on display at the Hot Toys booth.

Hot Toys Quarter Scale QS002 The Terminator: 1/4th scale Endoskeleton was on display as well. It is 18.5 inches / 47 cm tall and this Collectible Figure is HUGE!


Scroll down to see the other Hot Toys movie-related figures on display besides this 1/4th scale T1 Terminator Endoskeleton including Wolverine version 2.0, X-Men First Class Charles Xavier, Amazing Spider-Man, Expendables 2 Barney Ross and more...


Here's the Quarter Scale T1 Endoskeleton full body shot on a Figure stand imitating the movie scene with skulls, Endoskeleton nameplate and The Terminator movie logo (more pictures previewed HERE)


Also on display: Hot Toys DX10 "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" 1/6th scale DX T-800 12.5-inch (32 cm) tall Collectible Figure based on the likeness of Arnold Schwarzenegger as T-800 in the movie.


Close-up of the DX10 T-800 head sculpt of Arnold Schwarzenegger


And here's Arnie's one-time rival at the movie box office, Sylvester Stallone as seen in the movie "The Expendables" and "The Expendables 2" where he plays Barney Ross: The leader of the Expendables.


Sylvester Stallone as Barney Ross in his all black ensemble / military black ops getup


Sylvester Stallone reprises his role again as Barney Ross in "The Expendables 2", this time bringing Arnold Schwarzenegger in on the action as well.


Stallone insisted on performing his own stunts, ignoring the advice of his doctor following several surgeries to repair a neck injury and broken back he had received while filming The Expendables.


And now for an entirely different subject matter. This is the Hot Toys Artist Collection 1:6th scale Samurai Predator Collectible Figure, a collaboration project with artists Mr. Takayuki Takeya and Mr. Yuji Oniki from Japan.


This alien predator figure obviously never appeared in any of the Predator films but it has become one of the fans' favorites due to the amazing design and stunning work done by Mr. Takayuki Takeya and Mr. Yuji Oniki from Japan. Check out my earlier post HERE for more pictures :)


Another alien predator figure making its presence felt at the Hot Toys Booth @ STGCC 2012 was the Hot Toys MMS (Movie Masterpiece Series) 1/6th scale Classic Predator Collectible Figure. This will be a newer version with newly developed head sculpt and upper body.


Close-up picture of the Classic Predator's newly developed head sculpt and upper body. Check out my toy blog post HERE for more pictures


From an alien predator to a human / mutant predator: Wolverine! This is Hot Toys MMS187 "X-Men: The Last Stand" 1/6th scale Wolverine Limited Edition 12-inch Figure which was only recently previewed HERE


Hot Toys (Movie Masterpiece Edition) "X-Men: The Last Stand" Wolverine will come with Figure stand imitating the movie scene with transparent pillar


The other X-Man on show was 1/6th scale James McAvoy as Charles Xavier / Professor X from "X-Men: First Class", a 2011 American superhero film, based on the X-Men characters appearing in Marvel Comics.


James McAvoy as Charles Xavier / Professor X is the telepathic leader and founder of the X-Men and a close friend of Erik Lensherr / Magneto (Michael Fassbender) until their differing views of mutantkind's place in humanity create a schism between them.


From X-Man to web slinger: Hot Toys The Amazing Spider-Man 12-inch Limited Edition Collectible Figure was also on display and most importantly, the revealing of the 1/6th scale head sculpt of Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker / Spider-Man which wasn't shown in the earlier preview pictures HERE


And here's the amazing Spider-Man with his mask on


The Amazing Spider-Man is a 2012 American superhero film directed by Marc Webb, based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man. It is a reboot of the Spider-Man film franchise, portraying the character's origin story and his development into a superhero while a high school student. The film stars Andrew Garfield in the title role, with Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy and Rhys Ifans as Dr. Curt Connors.


Another Marvel Comics character that got his origin told on the big screen was Captain America in the 2011 American superhero film "Captain America: The First Avenger". This is Hot Toys 1/6th scale Golden Age version Captain America as played by Chris Evans in the movie.


Close-up of the Golden Age version Captain America 1/6th scale Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America head sculpt


Another view of the Hot Toys Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America head sculpt. This is obviously a prototype model as you can see all the joint lines on the mask and it is not one smooth seamless piece.


Another Captain America figure on display was the "Captain America: The First Avenger" 1/6th scale Captain America (Rescue Uniform Version) Limited Edition Collectible Figurine. This was one of the three Hot Toys 2012 Toy Fairs Exclusive Items on offer at the 2012 Singapore Toy Game & Comic Convention (STGCC 2012 from September 1 & 2)


The other Hot Toys Exclusive was 1/6th scale Lt. Jim Gordon Collectible Figurine from "The Dark Knight"


Third Hot Toys Exclusive figure on offer: "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" 1/6th scale Angelica Collectible Figure


NEXT: Other 1/6th scale figures seen @ STGCC 2012 that is NOT made by Hot Toys. This year we saw quite a number of 12-inch figures on display from other manufacturers as well :)

2 comments:

humanbeingill said...

Wow. If there's any doubt as to who's on top of this here thing called 1/6 scale collectibles they haven't seen these pictures! Absolutely impressive, I'm excited to know Hot Toys is going forward with the First Class X-Men movie, it should yield quite a few figures, even more than The Avengers flick. Just got the Rescue Version Captain America in the mail lastweek and let me tell you it's a tight figure, metal helmet, killer outfit, just a great addition to my ever growing army of toys. The lighting on the Wolverine figure looks positively amazing! Excluding the Retro Captain America, Classic Pred and Terminator figure I plan on owning everything you showed, Good help my bank account. My favorite piece here is the Professor X just out of pure surprise.. Great, great, great show once again G-Man..

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

Yup, I really like how Professor X turned out too :)