Friday, February 19, 2016

Hot Toys MMS352 Terminator Genisys 1/6th scale Endoskeleton 33 cm tall Collectible Figure

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“Reset the future.”

In Terminator Genisys, the judgment day has arrived and more than 3 billion human lives have been lost in the attacks by Skynet. Survivors were captured and put into camps for exterminations. In 2029, Human Resistance leader John Connor has led a final intense battle against Skynet and its menacing armies of Endoskeletons in order to eliminate the hellish artificial intelligence.

Today, Hot Toys is pleased to officially present the new 1/6th scale Endoskeleton Collectible Figure from Terminator Genisys.

The Endoskeleton collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of the terrifying robot from the film. It features the character’s complicated mechanical details throughout the body, specially applied multiple layers of metallic paint on skeleton with weathering effects, LED light-up eyes, a detailed Endorifle, and figure stand.

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Hot Toys MMS352 Terminator Genisys 1/6th scale Endoskeleton Collectible Figure specially features: Authentic and detailed likeness of Endoskeleton in Terminator Genisys with Approximately 33 cm tall Movie-accurate sculpture with complicated mechanical details throughout body including Specially applied multiple layers of metallic paint on skeleton with weathering effects; Over 26 points of articulations; LED-lighted eyes (red light, battery operated); Six (6) pieces of interchangeable hands including: One (1) pair of fists, One (1) pair of relaxed hands, One (1) pair of hands for holding weapon

Weapon: One (1) Endorifle

Accessory: Square-shaped figure base with movie logo and Endoskeleton nameplate

Release date: Q4, 2016 – Q1, 2017

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humanbeingill said...

Finally! But no word on any Diecast,and no bendy/posable hand like previous releases. Kinda bummed about that.

alex teo said...

I'm actually glad that it's not die-cast because that means I don't have to pay that much more for something that Hot Toys is very good at doing - painting a figure to make it look like metal. Plus I believe that if it's die-cast, it will be top heavy and topple over more easily. Posable hands are nice and I like them too; it's just that they are not good for holding weapons because the flexibility of the joints compromise the rigidity of the grasp. This could be my first Hot Toys Endoskeleton :)

humanbeingill said...

Yes, you may be right about the hands. I missed the first T-800 releases as they came out just before I started collecting and I surely wouldn't have agreed to pay what they were asking for it probably back then. I did however pick up a couple of their T-600s and a T-700 from their Terminator Salvation line. And your absolutely right about Hot Toys' second to none paint apps and right again about the bendy hands or fingers not doing the best job holding on to their respective weapons. But there's no denying A METAL Endoskelaton seems as good an idea as a Metal Ironman. Also fast forward 5 years since those pieces dropped and I think Hot Toys can solve any stability and grip issues... I believe in them. Thanks Alex!

alex teo said...

I have the Aoshima die-cast T-800 Endoskeleton which is rather heavy due to its mostly die-cast metal parts and has lots of working pistons and joints. The figure comes with a stand that clamps onto the back of the figure to provide stability when standing due to the extremely top heavy body. The tiny legs and feet just cannot support the weight of the upper torso :( I posted pictures -

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