Mezco Toyz announces One:12 Collective Stealth Armor Iron Man
Mezco Toyz just unveiled details on how to get this brand new variant of their great Iron Man figure. This time, it’s wearing the iconic blue Stealth Armor, and is an exclusive to Previews World available for $90 plus S&H.
Here is the info about this new figure via Mezco:
Stealth Armor Iron Man: Tony Stark’s armory of Iron Man suits houses a multitude of high-tech threads but when a night out is in order, be it a cloaked mission or partying at the club, his Stealth Armor is the ‘what-to-wear’ for the evening.
Designed with real metal components, this exclusive Iron Man figure takes on a darker metal look with a bright red arc reactor in the middle of his chest, which has a light up feature. Iron Man’s articulated visor can be worn in the standard closed position or opened to reveal the face of Tony Stark. A wide variety of accessories are also included such as a chest beam, booster effects, hand blast effects, diffuser missiles, and six (6) interchangeable hands.
Here is more info on the original Iron Man figure via Mezco’s website:
Iron Man, the secret identity of Tony Stark, blasts his way into the One:12 Collective. Billionaire inventor and arms manufacturer, Tony Stark, suffers a severe chest injury while being held captive by enemy forces. Stark is forced to build a weapon of mass destruction, but instead creates a powered suit of armor that keeps his damaged heart beating and helps him escape captivity. Later, Stark augments his suit with weapons and other high-tech devices at his company, Stark Industries; and creates the suit to protect the world as Iron Man.
The One:12 Collective Iron Man features a newly sculpted One:12 body specifically created for this figure and is designed with real metal components. His articulated visor can be worn in the standard closed position or opened to reveal the face of billionaire Tony Stark. The figure comes complete with an array of blast effects, as well as gauntlet rockets and hip rockets that can be interchanged with his hip discs. His signature arc reactor, the source of Iron Man’s power, has a light up feature (battery included).