Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Preview Hot Toys "Iron Man 3" Hall of Armor Collectible (House Party Protocol Version)

Tony Stark has introduced a large number of armor suits in Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 3, and they stored in the underground wine cellar of Tony Stark’s Malibu mansion until the “House Party Protocol” is initiated. To let fans display their own armor hall, Hot Toys is delighted to present the new 1/6th scale Hall of Armor (House Party Protocol Version) Collectible.


The movie-accurate collectible is highly detailed and specially crafted, featuring LED light up functions on back wall and ceiling as well as a LED light up figure stand. The collectible can be assembled side-by-side and on top of each other and suitable for displaying Hot Toys 1/6th scale Iron Man Collectible Figure series!

Needless to say, "All FORTY-TWO (42) Iron Man figures / armor suits are NOT included!"

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The Hot Toys Diorama Series DS002 1/6th scale Hall of Armor (House Party Protocol Version) Collectible specially features: Authentic and highly detailed Hall of Armor as seen in the underground wine cellar of Tony Stark’s Malibu mansion in Iron Man 3. Measures Approximately 44cm H x 23cm W x 20cm D with LED light-up functions on ceiling and back wall, LED light-up figure stand. Suitable for all Hot Toys 1/6th scale Iron Man Collectible Figure Series. Each Hall of Armor (House Party Protocol Version) can be assembled together in arc shape to recreate the diorama setting.


**Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different **Product details could be subjected to change without further notice **Figures are not included and are sold separately **Battery is not included for Hall of Armor (House Party Protocol Version), 3A batteries (3 pieces) are required for each set of one ** AC/ DC adaptor is not included.


Fans in Hong Kong can firstly purchase it directly at Hot Toys’ booth (F02) in the 16th Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong from 25 – 29th July!

Release date: Q3-Q4, 2014

Once again, I have to say that I'm glad I'm not a hard core Iron Man fan. Otherwise... OMG!!! When will it end? I'll probably have to rob a whole country to pay for all of Hot Toys Iron Man figures and related merchandise.

3 comments:

Bill Kern said...

Holy smokes! I thought it was insane how many Star Wars Clone Troopers they made but is that really all the Iron Mans Hot Toys has made? Nuts! And this display cost half as much as an Iron Man.

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

If I had the money, I'll rather spend it on figures haha just saying. To each his own I guess. For the true hardcore Iron Man collector, he'll just line up his wall with the entire Iron Man armor suits.

humanbeingill said...

It's cool and I understand why, but yeah I'd rather buy toys not stuff to put them in.