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Iron Studios revisits one of the most memorable battles in the history of superhero films, a duel of titans that demolished half of a city like an earthquake. With his mind controlled by the powers of the young Wanda Maximoff, the Incredible Hulk, out of control, furious and maddened must be stopped, and for this task, Tony Stark activates the so-called Hulkbuster, an Extra Heavy-Duty modular armor, created by Tony Stark in partnership with Bruce Banner as a security safeguard, in case the Hulk goes uncontrollable.

On a rubble base, Iron Man, wearing his most imposing armor, is ready to fire his potential repulsive rays to stop the emerald giant's advance, in a scenario immortalized on the big screens in Avengers: Age of Ultron and now in the "Hulkbuster BDS Art Scale 1/10 - Avengers: Age of Ultron "by Iron Studios. In the comics, Hulkbuster made his debut in Iron Man vol. 1 # 304, in May 1994, and was the 14th armor created and worn by Stark.

- Limited edition
- Based on original movie references
- Made in polystone
- Hand painted
- Automotive paint
- This statue is part of a battle diorama based on the Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Product dimensions: 14.9 in (H) x 12.5 in (W) x 14.9 in (L)
- Product Weight: 13.2 lbs
- MSRP: USD 349.99 (American US Dollars)
- Release schedule: Second quarter of 2021

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1 hour ago, tarot said:

I will never understand why people complain about the sentinel being over price when they would buy this in an instance.

I think the crux of the matter is each company's price and quality range. All of Iron Studios' products are crazy expensive. Their 1/10 statues cost around $150, are made with polystone and are hand-painted. They appeal to a niche target market that is willing to spend over a hundred bucks on a single collectible that is even made to be posed along with the company's other products. The only people that would buy this in an instant have to be either well-off or have skewed priorities.

On the other hand, Marvel Legends appeals to a much more common market who can buy their offerings in supermarkets. It hits different for a company that makes high-end artisanal $150 collectibles to offer something for $350 than it is for a company that makes $25 figures to offer something for $350, even if it's worth the price tag.

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12 hours ago, ADour said:

On the other hand, Marvel Legends appeals to a much more common market who can buy their offerings in supermarkets. It hits different for a company that makes high-end artisanal $150 collectibles to offer something for $350 than it is for a company that makes $25 figures to offer something for $350, even if it's worth the price tag.

Agree on this one. Boog_ACBA said it best in his Retro Spider-man review...Legends is the best inexpensive comic representation in action figure form. From an overseas buyer's point of view, the price they are selling the Sentinel is very expensive, almost double of the 350 USD (with shipping) price tag...Here in Australia, the 500 USD Sentinel is worth 2 week's rent or mortgage payment. That's how expensive it is.

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