The Japanese web exclusive War Machine Mark 4 1/12 scale figure is now available to pre-order from Eastern online retailers. The figure, which is based on War Machine’s appearance in Avengers: Infinity War, comes with a base and stand, as well as thruster-effect accessories for his feet, hands, and mounted canon.
Based on the recently released image gallery, which you can view below, he looks to have a pretty accurate sculpt and paint job, although, the dark tones of his armor do leave him looking a bit muted. This figure definitely doesn’t put off that shiny, new car look that was present with the Iron Man figure for Infinity War from Figuarts, which to me is easily one of the best looking 1/12 Iron Man figures in this galaxy.
This exclusive war machine retails for around $77, but it’s going for a bit higher on the Japanese sites that ship Internationally. He’s currently available for pre-order through Nin-Nin-Game and the Kurama Shop, which somehow locked down the bandaionline.com domain without actually being Bandai. Smart.
I’ve ordered Figuarts figures from both of these retailers and both have come through. Although, each one has cancelled one Figuarts web exclusive on me, so there’s always the risk of that. Just be aware that Nin-Nin-Game will give you store credit for a cancellation on their end, while Kurama will refund your money.
The War Machine Mark 4 figure from Figuarts should start shipping in April of 2019.
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(Original imagery and information from Bandai)
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Last modified: October 20, 2018