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S.H. Figuarts Birth Of Iron Man Edition MCU Iron Man Mark I Figure From Tamashii Nations

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Tamashii Nations has released official images and details for their newest S.H. Figuarts Hall Of Armor Iron Man figure with the "Birth Of Iron Man" Mark 1 from the first Iron Man movie. The figure will stand 6.2" tall and be released in October 2020. The figure will include multiple pairs of hands, flame thrower effect piece, blast-off effect piece. The light-up Hall Of Armor display piece is sold seperately.

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As is the case most of the time with SHF, this thing looks pretty damn good. Not good enough to justify the price versus ML, in my personal opinion, but to each his own. If they just sold the accessories packs that come with these figures they'd make a freakin' mint. Then again, there would probably be a lot more people that would pass up on the actual figure altogether if they were able to just get the accessories to be used with ML.

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It definitely looks cool, and it's kinda tempting for me, considering I never got the ML one. But it is not a figure that I feel I must have in my collection. 

43 minutes ago, monron999 said:

If they just sold the accessories packs that come with these figures they'd make a freakin' mint.

Now that would definitely be something I'd be more interested in, 'cause I could use those for the Ironmen that I already have, or any other figure that I want. 

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I've been hoping for a good while to score a decently-priced Revoltech MK I on eBay to replace the disgrace that is the Marvel Legends MK I, so I might just be tempted enough to get this one. Since it's Figuarts, the scale is going to be a little bit off compared to Marvel Legends, but maybe it won't be noticeable in an action pose. I'll wait for reviews to see how well it can mingle with MLs.

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16 hours ago, ADour said:

I've been hoping for a good while to score a decently-priced Revoltech MK I on eBay to replace the disgrace that is the Marvel Legends MK I, so I might just be tempted enough to get this one. Since it's Figuarts, the scale is going to be a little bit off compared to Marvel Legends, but maybe it won't be noticeable in an action pose. I'll wait for reviews to see how well it can mingle with MLs.

If I recall correctly ML one was a bit small in scale with other ML figures so if you take that into account and Im betting this one will be in right scale with the Figuarts Marvel figures then this figure will most likely be just as big as the ML one so overall yeah its a little small but way better than the ML one plus in the end it probably can be fudged into a nice display with ML figures.

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Movie accurate looking figure...is 6.2" tall correct? I thought the armor was suppose to be bulky and taller.

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14 hours ago, abnuggler said:

If I recall correctly ML one was a bit small in scale with other ML figures so if you take that into account and Im betting this one will be in right scale with the Figuarts Marvel figures then this figure will most likely be just as big as the ML one so overall yeah its a little small but way better than the ML one plus in the end it probably can be fudged into a nice display with ML figures.

I have the ML and it's actually also 6.2". However, the Figuarts is bulkier, which will give it an edge. If the figure has the same drop-down feature in the legs as the rest of the Figuarts, that might be able to add it a few more milimeters.

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11 hours ago, Bluecomet said:

Movie accurate looking figure...is 6.2" tall correct? I thought the armor was suppose to be bulky and taller.

The MK I is roughly the same height as the regular Iron Man suits, maybe even shorter based on the second screencap here. So 6.2" (or maybe 6.3" as BBTS says in their listing) should work fine for Marvel Legends too.

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