Monday, February 25, 2013

Order ThreeA 1/6 scale Real Steel Midas "The Gold-Blooded Killer" at The Falcon's Hangar

The 2011 American science fiction sports drama film "Real Steel" is set in the near future where robot boxing is a top sport. A struggling promoter Charlie Kenton (played by Hugh Jackman) feels he's found a champion in a discarded robot. During his hopeful rise to the top, he discovers he has an 11-year-old son Max (Dakota Goyo) who wants to know his father.

Charlie buys a secondhand World Robot Boxing league (WRB) robot, the once-famous Noisy Boy, and arranges for it to fight the illegal circuit's champion, Midas, at a venue belonging to his friend Finn.

Midas, "The Gold-Blooded Killer", is the king of Crash Palace and in fact the whole underworld (the illegal robot boxing circuit) is an undefeated bot. When fighting him, you should depend on fast attacks since he is quick to change the tide of the battle. When he is already beating up your bot, you must think of a way to get back on him before he gets to rip off your bot's arm. If he does, there's no getting back on him now. Because he will start getting ready to rip your head off with his special move, The DeCappucino.

This is ThreeA 1/6 scale Real Steel Midas "The Gold-Blooded Killer" now available at The Falcon's Hangar. Scroll down to see more pictures of this 1/6 scale robot fighter with lots of moving parts and cylinders. It's a very cool looking figure, no doubt about it.

Midas is a golden-colored robot with red gloves, "boots" and a red mohawk. He is inspired by King Midas, who supposedly had the ability to turn everything he touched to gold.

He is modelled to look like a Spartan Warrior.

Midas fights like a gangster. He has fast, strong blows that can easily finish off his opponent. He doesn't like to knock out other bots, he likes to get a reward for his fighting. He likes to take off arms, and he finishes with a head blow, the Tomahawk Blow.

He might based on Clubber Lang from Rocky III.

He is the tallest 'bot in the illigal circuit. He's even taller than Zeus himself, making him the tallest bot in the whole film! (Zeus is 8'6, compared with Midas who is 8'9 !)

He's the only bot in the movie, aside from Zeus, to not lose a fight.

You can order this ThreeA Midas robot figure from Real Steel at TFH now!

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