Thursday, July 26, 2012

Hot Toys The Avengers: 1/6th scale Iron Man Mark VII 12" Limited Edition Collectible Figure

Hot Toys is proud to present the 1/6th scale Mark VII Limited Edition Collectible Figurine from the smash hit The Avengers movie. The movie-accurate Mark VII collectible is highly detailed and fully deployed, specially crafted based on the image of Robert Downey Jr. as the iconic character Mark VII in the movie, highlighting the highly detailed head sculpt, light-up functions and well equipped armor.

Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece Series MMS185 The Avengers: 1/6th scale Iron Man Mark VII Limited Edition Collectible Figurine specially features: Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Mark VII in the movie, Interchangeable head sculpt of Tony Stark with authentic likeness of Robert Downey Jr. Approximately 30 cm tall with Over 36 points of articulations.

Special features on armor: LED-lighted eyes and circle-shaped RT on chest (white light, battery operated), One (1) interchangeable battle damaged mask, One (1) pair of damaged shoulder armor, One (1) removable chest armor, One (1) damaged chest armor, One (1) pair of detachable forearm rockets, One (1) pair of wrist laser on forearm armor

Two (2) pairs of interchangeable palms including: One (1) pair with improved articulations, movable fingers and light-up repulsors (white light, battery operated). One (1) pair of forceful fists

Improved articulations on waist armor which allow flexible movement. Three (3) sets of interchangeable thigh armor (missile, armor & normal styles). Fully deployed air flaps at back of the armor with built-in metal flaps. Articulated flaps at the back of armor on left and right legs. Metallic red and gold-colored painting on armor

Accessory: Figure stand with Mark VII nameplate and movie logo

Special Edition: One (1) Holographic Mark VII collectible (approximately 3 inches tall)(This special edition is for selected markets only.)

Artists: Head Sculpted by Kojun, Head Painted by JC. Hong, Head Art Directed by JC. Hong
**Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different
**Battery included for collectible figure, AG1 batteries (6 pieces) and AG9 (3 pieces) are required

Release date: Q1, 2013


Wingin' It said...

Oh man that looks awesome. I may have to sell my car to afford this guy but man, I want him. Have you heard when it will be available and how much it will cost? Thanks for sharing.

One Shot said...

Since I have yet to buy a red and Gold one yet (although I have the Gentry set coming from AZTECA) this is on my list to get.

alex teo said...

Hey Ian, no news yet on price but this should be up for pre-orders very soon (in a day or two). According to Hot Toys, this Iron Man Mark VII is due for release in Quarter 1 of 2013

Anonymous said...

If you have to ask, you can't afford it. Even if you DON'T ask you can't afford it. Our beloved HOT TOYS seems to be getting comfortable with all our praise, admiration and MOOLA, because it seems were getting less accessories, and diversity, but higher price points. I bet the shirt on my back this new incarnation of the alloyed AVENGER will reach and EXCEED $225.The sad part is I'm 100% going to get it, and once I have it in my hands the initial shock of the inflated price would have long worn off.... Ask me to decide between a stack of money or a pile of toys... I'd pick the toys everytime. :)

"beauty is in the eye of the collector"

alex teo said...

well said, anon ;p truth is, Hot Toys knows they are the BEST out there and that people will part with good money to buy their collectibles (for value, for investment, for enjoyment - take your pick) and that's why they are not backing down on price but just keep pumping out more and more figures

Anonymous said...

Mark IV used to be my favorite suit, but now this is the best! I still prefer a circular arc reactor over the triangular one. Looks like the Singapore Comic Con 2012 will be pack with people again..was wondering if I can pre-order this somewhere's so crazy to queue up overnight..

alex teo said...

i suppose it pays to know the right people haha ;p

Anonymous said...

If other non 1/6 scale toy companies can increase their price at will then it's not far that Hot Toys can do the same. Expect the worst, the price hike will continue. Price increase does not guarantee us of a toy with a better quality. Hot Toys enjoys a growing collector base. They can control the supply which pushes the price to go up. That is why it's LIMITED and for ADULT collectors.

humanbeingill said...

Hot Toys defintely can and WILL do whatever they want in regards to price increases, and as I predicted the preorder price is over the $225usd I anticipated with modest accessory offerings as well. I'm not complaining, I'm just saying.... I'm placing my preorder today, trying to get it for $230-$235 shipping included. Good price Gen-X?

"Show me a stack of money or a pile of toys. I'd pick the TOYS everytime"

Unknown said...

You can really see the extra attention Hot Toys paid to this version.
One place to look is the behind the knee, and inside the elbow, where they did the protective scale tubing for the joints.
They didn't put so much effort into the previous versions. They looked more like glorified exposed joints.

alex teo said...

Hot Toys is certainly improving as they progress :) But their prices are also going up and UP :(