Sideshow has revealed the full figure of Ultron on Throne Comiquette, including the exclusive version. There must be some deep-seeded desire amongst fanboys to rule because character son thrones is a very popular motif amongst statues. Then again, perhaps it isn’t so deep.
The rogue sentient robot is bent on conquering humanity, and your collection. This time we’ve given him his classic look – and his own throne. At 1:5 scale, our Classic Ultron is over a foot tall seated on his elaborate throne and features a striking adamantium paint application with bold red accents.
The regular and Exclusive versions of Classic Ultron on Throne Comiquette will feature the maniacal baddie holding Ant-Man’s head in his right hand. The Exclusive version will also include an additional switch out right hand, holding Vision’s head.
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Sideshow has shared another sneak of Ultron. And they have given the project a title – Ultron on Throne. This comiquette poses an odd question. Is Ultron on the throne or is Ultron actually the throne? This appears to be an homage or interpretation of Ultron-6.
You know what? I’m pretty sure these are simply the ramblings of a fanboy attempting to apply comic book logic to art. When really I should just be going “Cool!”
I’m kind of digging this look. It manages to pay homage to the original comic book design, but turns the Asian-motif from caricature to eccentricity. Ben Kingsley looks like he carries considerable power with a nice tinge of insanity. Kind of a “What if Elvis had been a scientist instead of a musician?”
From Marvel’s Facebook page.
Not sure what to expect, but so far it is definitely intriguing. Ultron is one of the great Marvel villains. He is kind of a mess emotionally, especially for a robot. His motives are always changing, but his methods are pretty consistent. He doesn’t really know what he wants, but he is pretty sure that humanity needs to be destroyed in order for him to get whatever it is.
Sideshow shared the sneak here.
Marvel has shared a new character poster on their Facebook page, The Iron Patriot. Don Cheadle looks ready to dish out pain and frozen treats!
The battle for coolest ninja ever can be played out in your own home. Following the Snake Eyes Collectible Figure, Hot Toys has shared images of Storm Shadow on their Facebook page.
Following the firstly launched character of the Snake Eyes Collectible Figure from the upcoming G.I. Joe Retaliation movie, Hot Toys is thrilled to present the white ninja – the Storm Shadow Collectible Figure who comes from the villainous Cobra organization.
The movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Lee Byung Hun as Storm Shadow in his white ninja bodysuit in the movie, highlighting the new developed heads, highly detailed costume and weapons.
Let’s continue the ninja battle between Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow in this sequel!
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Hot Toys has shared images of their latest Iron Man 3 release, Iron Man 3: 1/6th scale Power Pose Mark XLII Collectible Figurine. Now your extremely detailed and articulated Iron Man figure can strike a pose.
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On Sunday we will be getting a new Iron man 3 trailer during the Super Bowl. It costs approximately $3-4 million dollars for every thirty seconds of ad time, so I cannot begrudge Marvel for putting out a teaser for this event.
To make things even more interesting they have released a new poster featuring Tony Stark plummeting to Earth. I love this poster. It is very rare these days to see a poster that both depicts a potential scene from the movie but also delivers on the theme the film generates.
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