Amid high anticipation, Hot Toys is proud to present their Movie Masterpiece series MMS152 1/6th scale Superman Collectible Figure from the classic superhero movie "Superman" in 1978. The movie-accurate Superman collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Christopher Reeve in the movie, highlighting the authentic head sculpt, movie-accurate costume and detailed figure stand imitating the Fortress of Solitude.
Superman is always portrayed as a brave and kind-hearted hero with a strong sense of justice, morality and righteousness. He is an American cultural icon, a fictional personality and a movie character. But Christopher Reeve (the actor who played Superman / Clark Kent in the movie) was a true SUPERMAN and that is why this 12-inch collectible is long overdue! And this 1/6 scale version by Hot Toys far exceeds in quality compared to the 12-inch Mattel Superman they tried to sell us some months ago. I'm so glad I waited :)
The 1/6th scale Superman Collectible Figure specially features: Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Christopher Reeve as Superman in the Superman movie, Real-like facial expression with detailed wrinkles and gesture, Detailed hair sculpture, Stands approximately 30 cm tall with Newly sculpted muscular body that has over 30 points of articulation with extra forceful upper body as in neck and chest, Three (3) pairs of interchangeable palms including: One (1) pair of relaxed palms, One (1) pair of fists, and One (1) pair of palms for fighting. Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
Costume: One (1) set of costume in Superman style including one-piece blue costume with Superman logo in chest, yellow belt, red triangular-shaped pants and red cape AND One (1) pair of red boots
Accessories: Specially-made figure stand imitating the Fortress of Solitude, Figure stand with Superman nameplate and the movie logo
Artists: Head Sculpted by Arnie Kim, Head Painted by JC.HONG, Head Art Directed by YULLI, Body Sculpted by Joseph Tsang **Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different
Release date: Q4, 2011