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Hot Toys The Origins Collection - 1/6th scale Iron Man Collectible Figure


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The appearance of Iron Man in the 1960s did not only introduce a wardrobe of high-tech armored suits to fans, but also maintained a regular presence among the members of Avengers. His hulking gray costume in the early days was later redesigned to an ever-sleeker suit of armor that hewed to a red and gold color theme which is still significant until today.

Going back to the origins of our favorite super heroes, Hot Toys is bringing The Origins Collection which takes inspiration from the pages of classic Marvel Comics.
To kick of the collection, Hot Toys is pleased to introduce the Iron Man Suit Armor (Deluxe Version) as a diecast 1/6th scale collectible figure with re-imaginated crystal armors, and a specially designed Tony Stark’s Workshop themed diorama base to enhance the collecting experience.

Exquisitely crafted based on Iron Man in Marvel Comics, the highly detailed figure features a newly crafted helmet head with LED-light up function; intricate design of the Iron Man armor and structure illustrating its mechanical detail; carefully painted in red and gold coloring with a metallic appearance; crystal clear armor parts, interchangeable mask and armor parts for different styles of display; LED light-up functions scattered throughout the upper body, Arc Reactor on chest and palms; multiple pairs of interchangeable hands for iconic poses.

there will be a deluxe version and a regular version released.

The deluxe version includes a signature Iron Man suitcase with articulated function, also an elaborated diorama figure base with LED light up function, allowing fans to explore Tony Stark’s high-tech workshop straight from the comic pages, includes articulated gantry arms, extra armor parts, and holographic screen accessories.

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For me, the problem isn't so much the clear plastic but the random spots of dark grey on the gold parts, they look too random and prevalent, and almost make it look like it's corroding, or decaying or something.  Or, more charitably, like leopard spots, which still doesn't look good on this.  I feel like there was a much better way to add that kind of detail without disrupting the overall look of the gold limb.

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45 minutes ago, Jeddostotle7 said:

For me, the problem isn't so much the clear plastic but the random spots of dark grey on the gold parts, they look too random and prevalent, and almost make it look like it's corroding, or decaying or something.  Or, more charitably, like leopard spots, which still doesn't look good on this.  I feel like there was a much better way to add that kind of detail without disrupting the overall look of the gold limb.

This figure would have been a much better release if they had just simply done something similar to this statue:

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Expanding on my previous post, I think the excessive amount of randomly applied detail on the gold limbs really hurts the figure when combined with the similar amount of detail on the torso, leading the whole figure to look kinda cluttered.  If the limbs were much cleaner/the spots of detail were much much smaller and didn't overwhelm the overall gold limb look, it'd provide welcome contrast to and breathing room from the higher detail on the torso.  I'd probably actually rather like the figure if that were the case.

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