Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Sci-fi Revoltech Iron Man Mark II Part 4 [Final]

Platinum display

More action poses of Sci-fi Revoltech Iron Man Mark II after the previous posting. ^^

With support using Soul Stage Act 3 Action Support Clear Type.

Referring to the introduction on its option parts as shown in Part 2, Tony Stark isn't holding Mark II's helmet there, but the entire head instead. ^^;

The obligatory "grand entrance" pose. ^^ Mark VI can do it, Mark II can as well. ^^

Size comparison between Mark II and two other action figures:

With Sci-fi Revoltech Predator.

With Figma Kamen Rider Thrust.

A very nice action figure of Mark II this is. ^^ Even in this small scale, most of the details are pretty movie accurate, even though I did mentioned in Part 2 that the rivets all over the figure seem a tad too big and too obvious. ^^; There's a bit of proportion issue with the length of the figure's neck as well, especially when Tony Stark's option head unit is swapped onto it. ^^; But all in all, it's a very nice figure. The overall silver paint work is very eye-catchy, at least to me who prefer Mark II above all the painted versions of Iron Man armor suits. ^^

As usual, posability of the figure is very high thanks to the combination of Revoltech (mostly) and other types of joints. Due to its size, which leads to weight and balancing issues, you can have a lot more action poses from this version as compared to the much larger Movie Masterpiece 1/6 scale release from Hot Toys. ^^ Revoltech is renounced for its durable joints for extended playability, and that benefit can definitely be observed through this figure. ^^

All reviews on Sci-fi Revoltech Iron Man Mark II:
Part 1: Iron Man? Iron Man 2? Marvel's Avengers?
Part 2: Tony Stark with a long neck
Part 3: Omission of Revoltech joints for important components, probably for the best
Part 4 [Final]: Platinum display

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