Surprise! Hot Toys have just revealed its first 1/6th collectible figure based on the highly anticipated, soon-to-hit-the-theaters Avengers: Endgame, the Avengers: Endgame Iron Mark Mark LXXXV 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure. The first in what could be the many Avengers: Endgame collectibles coming your way is exquisitely crafted based on Tony Stark’s Iron Man as he will be appearing in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame.
This “true-to-move” figure features a pair of interchangeable head sculpts, comprising a newly developed head sculpt with an uncanny resemblance to the actor Robert Downey, Jr. and a helmeted head with LED light-up function. It also boasts intricate design of the Iron Man armor in red, gold and charcoal grey in metallic, and a bunch of LED light up around the upper body, back and Arc Reactor unit on the chest, and the “Nano Lightning Refocuser” attachable to the back.
All told, this 32.5 centimeters (12.8 inches) tall posable figure has a cool 16 LED light-up points throughout the armor. As with most Hot Toys 1/6th scale collectible, the Avengers: Endgame Iron Mark Mark LXXXV 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure features interchangeable hands, character themed figure stand – complete with movie logo, multiple points of articulations (30, in this instance), and a relatively new feature of Hot Toys of late: the ability to accept additional accessories when they become available.
The Hot Toys Avengers: Endgame Iron Mark Mark LXXXV 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure is expected to arrive in Q3-Q4, 2020, but at the time of this writing, pre-order for this exciting collectible has not yet announced. But who cares when now we have a crystal clear look at the hero’s new getup, right? Wait. Shouldn’t the suit be the same as it was in Avengers: Infinity War? Unless Stark has access to some advance lab to put together a new suit, or he managed to call up his AI to launch him a new armor, he should be donning the exact same armor suit, isn’t it?
Anyways, we will know soon enough… Avengers: Endgame will hit the theaters in stateside on April 26, 2019. Meanwhile here’s the latest trailer of the movie, featuring Captain Marvel, posted by Marvel Entertainment about two weeks ago.
All images courtesy of Hot Toys.
Hat tip: Screenrant.