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HOT TOYS HULKBUSTER

Get ready Hulkbuster is here! Hot Toys finally released the final product photos of the long-awaited 1/6th scale Hulkbuster.

The Hulkbuster, also known as Mk 44 (XLIV), will be the one of the most iconic and remarkable figures ever released by Hot Toys.

Designed as a special suit to compete against the Hulk the Hulkbuster had his first mission in Marvel`s Avengers: Age of Ultron.

The release of the Hulkbuster figure was accompanied by a lot of delays, production problems and required a lot of patience from collectors worldwide.

It features a 1/6th scale bust of Iron Man Mk XLIII with LED light-up eyes and arc reactor. The bust is visible due to the possibility to show different stages of suiting up the helmet and chest of the Hulkbuster.

The biggest suit from Tony Stark’s armory comes in the iconic red, gold and silver painted design with weathering effects. The amount of details is simply outstanding and will be an eye-catcher in every collection.

Having the Hulkbuster in 1/6th scale means it stands approximately 55 cm (21 inches) tall and features also a lot of movie-accurate details like 16 LED light-up areas in the eyes, chest, repulsor hands, back, and legs.

Owner of the Hot Toys 1/6th scale Iron Man Mark XLIII are able to place their figure into the suit instead of the included bust.

If you`re not into 1/6th collectible figures but want a Hulkbuster in a smaller scale I suggest to look out for Comicave`s 1/12th die-cast version.


 

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(Original imagery and information from Hot Toys Facebook)

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