For this I'll be reviewing the 'clean version' along with some of it gimmicks.
Like other Iron Man II Hot Toys series, it comes with a glossy sleeve. Me no like.
The parts & panels are packed nicely and surprisingly fit inside the standard size packaging. Which makes the box quite hefty.
|A very nice looking sculpt, as usual.|
|3rd tray. Stand & 'extra special figure stand'.|
|Shoulder mounted micro munition pod.|
Initial thoughts on this figure is a mix bag. Its highly detailed, lots of gimmicks and features. Although I can't help feeling that it feels cheap, plasticky.
I say this because unlike War Machine, it feels too light. It isn't as hefty as WM is. Then again I understand due to the waist mechanism that enable the figure bends and twist its torso, it feels hollow. But thats just me.
Overall, Its an awesome haul and Hot Toys has yet again did a fine toy. Wonder if they'll be coming up with Whiplash Mark II?
Next on Part II (link), I'll be covering Mark VI in battle damage mode.