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threezero - Avengers: Infinity Saga DLX Iron Man Mark 2 1/12 Scale Figure


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threezero and Marvel Studios are pleased to present the DLX Iron Man Mark 2 as the next figure in the Marvel DLX series. This suit was constructed as a prototype, and the first Iron Man Armor built at Stark Industries. It is characterized by its metallic silver color scheme, applied here with a multi-layer metallic coating process to accurately replicate the design of Tony Stark's armored suit as seen in the Iron Man movies.

This fully-articulated collectible figure stands approximately at 6.9" (~17.5cm) tall and is constructed of threezero's renown DLX die-cast system with 48 points of articulation. Detailed structural engineering and exquisite design enable the figure to depict a variety of action poses while maintaining a realistic appearance.

LED lighting functions are located on the chest and the eyes, and the four flight panels on the back can flip to open and closed. Additional equipment and accessories include five pairs of interchangeable hands, two detachable arm missiles that can be connected onto both forearms, effect parts for shooting and flight poses, and a DLX action stand; allowing for a wide variety of display possibilities!
Product Features

6.90 inches (17.50cm)
1/12 Scale
Made of die cast zinc alloy, PVC, ABS, and other material
From the Iron Man movie
48 Points of articulation
LED lights in eyes and chest

Box Contents

Iron Man figure
5 Pairs of hands
4 Repulsor blast effects
2 Detachable arm missiles
Stand


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Man, it is both a blessing and a curse that these ThreeZero Iron Men are too large for even Marvel Legends' "on the tall side of" 1/12 scale.  A curse because it would be really cool to have these awesome figures seamlessly blend into my other collections, but that itself is also a blessing because it allows me to far more easily not buy these and spare my wallet from hundreds of dollars of these things.

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On 11/12/2022 at 2:47 AM, Jeddostotle7 said:

Man, it is both a blessing and a curse that these ThreeZero Iron Men are too large for even Marvel Legends' "on the tall side of" 1/12 scale.  A curse because it would be really cool to have these awesome figures seamlessly blend into my other collections, but that itself is also a blessing because it allows me to far more easily not buy these and spare my wallet from hundreds of dollars of these things.

I feel the exact same way. And similarly with Figuarts, except those are too small for Legends.

However, if Mafex decided to start doing figures like these... Now that'd spell trouble for my wallet.

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