After this post, I'm giving up on the idea of not being bombarded with a billion tons of Iron Man figures. With what Play Imaginative has planned, we'll be buried under an avalanche of Iron Man figures-- in 1/12th, 1/6th and 1/4th scale-- for years and years to come.
But, I'm going to have to say, in the case of Play Imaginative-- and when figures look this freakin' good-- it's actually going to be a welcome thing! In fact, the only problem with PI's full-on Iron Man assault is that there's just no way for anyone to afford them all! (Well, at least not me.)
I can't say for sure what scale each of these figures are in-- some in each, I assume-- but from the looks of their display at the Singapore Toys, Games and Comics Convention this weekend, Play Imaginative plans on doing all 42 suits from Iron Man 3 and then some!
The Mark 42 shown looks fantastic. The head sculpt and likeness of Robert Downey Jr-- while not as polished as a prototype as Hot Toys in terms of paint-- looks to be better than any of Hot Toys' efforts thus far, to be honest. And it has a Pepper Potts sculpt in the armor, too!!
Okay, enough of my yappin'. Let's get on to the pictures!
The Hammer Drones from Iron Man 2 are in the 1/12 (6") scale
The following could be in 1/4, 1/6 or 1/12. (Although some you can tell. Like Iron Patriot is obviously 1/4 scale.)
Remember, these all will have over 80% diecast!!
Their average price for a 1/12 scale (6") figure is $109.99. 1/6 (12") is $359.99, and 1/4 (18") runs about $609.99.
Obviously, for some of the larger and more complex armors, the prices will likely run a little higher.