Hot Toys MAN OF STEEL Superman Sixth Scale Figure

Three weeks ago we got our first glimpse at Hot Toys’ new 1/6th scale Superman figure based on Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.

Now we have the full details and the ability to pre-order (in time for its release in the first quarter of 2014).

This version of Superman also marks the 200th Movie Masterpiece Series figure released by Hot Toys.

Feature list:

  • Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Superman in the movie
  • Head sculpt featuring authentic likeness of Henry Cavill
  • Realistic facial expression with detailed wrinkles and expression
  • Detailed hair sculpture
  • Approximately 31 cm tall
  • Newly sculpted muscular body with over 30 points of articulation
  • Four (4) pairs of interchangeable palms including:
  • One (1) pair of relaxed palms
  • One (1) pair of fists
  • One (1) pair of open palms
  • One (1) pair of holding palms
  • Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
  • One (1) Costume includes a one-piece blue costume with embossed pattern, Superman logo on chest and red cape
  • One (1) pair of red boots
  • One (1) Kryptonian Command Key
  • Diamond shaped figure stand with Superman nameplate and movie logo

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I personally think this is the best Superman figure from Man of Steel that I’ve seen yet.

Price ranges from $199.95 up depending on the vendor. The two links below will give you a good start to find one at the right price:

Hot Toys MAN OF STEEL Superman Sixth Scale Figure (via Sideshow Collectibles)

Hot Toys MAN OF STEEL Superman Sixth Scale Figure (via Ebay)

IRON MAN 3 Mark XLII ArtFX 1-6 Scale Statue Kotobukiya

Kotobukiya produce amazing quality collectibles for their price range and this Iron Man 3 Mark XLII ArtFX Statue looks to be no exception.

Expected to arrive in August 2013, the Mark XLII statue looks sleak as with it’s metallic red and gold armor composed of overlapping segmented plates.

Iron Man is striking a dynamic post across a splash of water, his hand stretched out with repulsor ray ready to kick into action.

Features:

  • Built at 1:6 scale (15″ tall)
  • Comes pre-painted (requires assembly but doing so is snap-fit, no glue required)
  • Arc reactor and eyes light up with in-built LED’s (off, on, an sound detection triggered)

More images:

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Prices vary depending on the vendor you buy this from, but typically you’re looking around the $130 mark. Pre-orders are available from a few sources. Links below will help you pick one:

Kotobukiya IRON MAN 3 Mark XLII ArtFX 1:6 Scale Statue (via Entertainment Earth)

Kotobukiya IRON MAN 3 Mark XLII ArtFX 1:6 Scale Statue (via Ebay)

Kotobukiya IRON MAN 3 Mark XLII ArtFX 1:6 Scale Statue (direct from Kotobukiya’s Amazon store)

MAN OF STEEL Superman 1-4 Scale Premium Format Figure Sideshow Collectibles

Ten days ago we got the sneak peek video of Sideshow’s new Superman premium format figure based on Henry Cavill’s likeness from Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. As of today you can now pre-order it!

“He’ll be a god to them” -Jor-El says in the film, but he might as well be referring to this awesome 1:4 scale figure.

Yep, it’s a limited edition of a yet to be disclosed number.

Features:

  • Bears a hand tailored replica of his distinctive new suit with the Kryptonian symbol for hope emblazoned on his chest
  • His cape is also made of fabric and is fully poseable
  • Officially licensed by DC Comics
  • Measures 21.5″ H (546.1mm) x 9″ W (228.6mm) x 9″ D (228.6mm)*

Take a look at how cool Superman looks from multiple angles:

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Click for larger version

You can view more images and pre-order directly from Sideshow at the link below (price is $379.99):

MAN OF STEEL Superman 1:4 Scale Premium Format Figure (via Sideshow Collectibles)

martin ansin mondo man of steel poster

This is Mondo’s limited edition poster for Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel by artist Martin Ansin.

I can’t yet tell you what the limited edition number is because it hasn’t been set. Mondo will be releasing this poster on June 17 via a timed sale that will run for 3 days. At the end of the 3 days the sale will end and the number sold will be the limited edition number (no more will be sold).

It measures 24″ x 36″.

Already a number of these have been put up for sale in advance on Ebay. I really don’t know how sellers are able to do that, but if you want to check them out the link below will show you what’s on there.

Limited Edition Mondo MAN OF STEEL Poster by Martin Ansin (via Ebay)

Note that the prices on Ebay will always be higher than the price you can get one of these for direct from Mondo (which is $50). So, if you want one and you want to save yourself some cash, keep monitoring Mondo on Twitter for the sale announcement – that’s where they’ll let you know the poster has gone up for sale.

Here’s a picture of the metal variant which will also go up for sale at the same time (none of these are on Ebay). The metal variant will be $300 from Mondo and is limited to 130 prints.

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Now that’s sweet! 

STAR TREK VI THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY USS Excelsior NCC-2000

Coming this November is a new model of the U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000 as featured in the 1991 movie Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Manufactured by Diamond Select, the ship measures 16 inches long.

It also features film-accurate lights and sound effects.

The Excelsior was commanded by Captain Hikaru Sulu (George Takei) as it came to rescue the crew of the Enterprise at the end of the film, helping the Enterprise to defeat General Chang and his experimental Bird of Prey.

In keeping with the film this model also includes sound effects featuring the voice of Sulu himself.

Comes with an adjustable display stand.

It’s pretty cheap too at only $49.99. You can order now at the link below:

STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000 (via EE)

Oh, and if you’re not following George Takei on Twitter you’re seriously missing out on some awesome tweets from the Commander!