Superman Joins Mezco’s One:12 Collective

Mezco has just announced the release date for another great addition to their One:12 Collective – the last son of Krypton, Superman.

The sole survivor of his dying home planet Krypton, Superman was raised by his adoptive parents Martha and Jonathan Kent as their son Clark on a modest farm in Kansas.

Having developed powers far beyond those of mortal men and imbued with a strong moral compass, Clark takes up the fight for truth and justice as Superman. Although he is based in the big city of Metropolis, Superman is global hero, righting wrongs worldwide. He is arguably the greatest and most powerful hero in the DC universe.

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The Mezco One:12 Collective Superman figure is digitally modeled to craft an hyper-realistic portraiture. This fully posable figure is assembled on a signature One:12 body with over 32 points of articulation. Additionally, this figure features meticulously crafted cloth costuming with sculpted details to create an amazing collectible.

The One:12 Collective Superman features:
– Hyper-realistic facial sculpt
– Real fabric uniform and cape
– Sculpted chest logo and belt
Included with this figure:
– Standard portrait
– Alternate portrait
– Fists (L & R)
– Flying hands (L & R)
– Posing hands (L & R)
– Bottled City Of Kandor
– Set of 2 posable chains
– Kryptonite meteorite
– Ricocheting bullet effect (attaches magnetically to chest logo)
– Display base with posing post
– Cape posing clip (attaches to the posing post)
– Chain posing clip (attaches to the posing post)
Superman is packaged in a deluxe, fifth panel window box featuring character specific artwork and protective slipcover. Designed for collector convenience, the packaging has been especially engineered to allow for maximum protection without sacrificing ease of removal for display.
Superman joins the collective in November-January and is available for pre-order now at this link here.

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