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Figurine Variant Play Arts Kaï - Iron Man (Marvel Comics)
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- Il y a plusieurs effets spéciaux pièces fournies telles que les rayons repulsor, jet, émissions micro-missiles, rabats sur son dos et de freins à air
- Structures du joint flexible pour permettre étonnante, dynamique des poses.
- La peinture battle-worn travail donnent à cette figure une sensation réaliste qui va au-delà du simple "collector".
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VARIANT PLAY ARTS Kai new series MARVEL COMICS VARIANT PLAY ARTS Kai first series, the appearance is Iron Man! The VARIANT (Valiant), change, mutation, means such as, the VARIANT PLAY ARTS Kai, designer, sculptor, engineer formed a team, even while taking advantage of the original some design, and as a "PLAY ARTS Kai" It is a work that issued the style on the whole surface.
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The Marvel Universe Variant Play Arts Kai Iron Man figure is a great figure. Iron Man is the first of Marvel's heroes to be released as a Variant figure, and if he's any indication of what's to come, I'm excited. The figure looks great, poses well and has many accessories for flight and battle poses. He stands around 10.6 inches tall, the standard height for all the figures in this line, which is a little under 1/6th scale. He definitely stands out on my shelf both due to his size and design.
His primary colors are black and red with gold highlights, which looks great. The black helps bring your eye to the red and gold, and while it looks like there's too much black, he is fairly balanced between black and red. Around 2/3 of the figure is black with the last third red, and there is more red on his back and along the side of his torso and inside of his arms. The gold is colored with a silver and orange scale, and what I mean by that is that the figure isn't one shade of gold. For instance, on his bicep, the gold starts out on the more silver side in the middle and as it tapers towards his triceps grows more gold then to a more orange gold at the contour of the gold plate. Expect similar scales of color and detail throughout the figure. His black is glossy and brushed with silver scrape marks, giving it a slightly worn and weathered look, simulating the metal nature of the suit. Details like these are found throughout the figure, present even in his chest reactor. Detail is the focus here, so take time to scan the figure carefully to get the full effect of the time Square put into these figures.
In terms of accessories, he comes with boot jet effects, two hand repulsor effects, two fist hands, two relaxed hands, deployable air jet brakes on his back, missile trays with firing missile effects on his thighs and small air brakes on his calves. He has some of the most accessories of the figures in the Variant line, so there's multiple poses he looks great in, from flying to repulsor attacks and even the signature ground punch we see so often with Iron Man, this figure can pull it off. He's super poseable, so he should be able to do whatever you want him to on a shelf.
A word of caution: these figures are heavily painted, almost to the point of saturation. It doesn't bother me that much, but I know some people prefer lighter coats on some figures, so be warned that these figures are paint focused. Square loves to focus on highlights and little details, so every centimeter of this guy is painted, every little bolt on him and even the the small robotic servos underlying the suits in parts. Another aspect of this figure is the ball joints on the elbows and wrists. While these don't bother me, they can be off-putting to those that want the joints covered or hidden like the Hot Toys figures often do. For me, these blend with the rest of the figure, but know buying it that they're present. Also of note is the price tag; these figures are very pricey, halfway tor Hot Toys premium figure pricey, and while I was reluctant to dish out the money for the figure, it was worth it. It's a great figure, and while I do think $120 is definitely overpriced, I'd buy the rest of the figures in this line and the DC line if I could, that's how much I love this one. Aside from a few quality control issues like a little mis-coloration on the leg and paint slips on the helmet, he's painted well. These are only noticeable from an inch away, and while I've heard these figures are hit or miss with quality control, mine was great, so hopefully most are as well.
If you're a fan of Iron Man, Anime styled figures or just great action figures in general, this one is definitely worth picking up. Well done Square!