Look who’s back!

Hot Toys is re-issuing its sixth scale Iron Man Mark IV armor.  From Marvel Studios’ 2010 feature film, Iron Man 2,  the upcoming sixth scale figure (originally released in 2011) is now being re-released under Hot Toys Diecast line.

Based on Robert Downy Jr’s portrayal of Tony Stark/Iron Man in the Iron Man 2, the figure features an all new, hand painted sculpt of the actor.  With over 30 points of articulation, the Mark IV also features movie accurate detailing, now all done in diecast metal and hand painted metallic gold and red.

The figure comes with an alternate LED light up helmet, LED functions in the palms and arc reactor, interchangeable shoulder and forearm pieces (one regular, one firing), several hands (in various states of openness), red sunglasses, donut box and coffee.

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But wait!  There is more.  And that more comes in the form of Tony Stark’s Suit-Up Gantry. Made up of 5 mechanical arms for disarming the chest, shoulder and head pieces, there’s an additional 4 smaller arms to disarm the leg armors, as well.  All of which come atop the light up Gantry base.

The Hot Toys sixth scale Diecast Iron Man IV figure retails for $345 by itself or with the Suit-Up Gantry for $635.  They’re expected to ship fourth quarter 2018.  You can pre-order both at Sideshow Collectibles.

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