Hot Toys PPS Iron Man 3 Red Snapper Armor

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Hot Toys has posted images and info for their next Iron Man 3 figure. The Iron Man Mark XXXV Red Snapper Armor will be part of their Power Pose Series. See details below from Hot Toys.

Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 3 is hitting the theatres this week! As you have probably seen from the trailer, a multitude of new suits will be introduced in the movie.

Today, we are excited to present one of the brand new armors from our Power Pose Series (PPS) – the 1/6th scale Red Snapper Collectible Figurine, the disaster rescue suit Mark XXXV with an extended arm-length and movable claw-like hands which can perform movie-accurate iconic poses and twists very closed to that in the movie, with LED light-up functions and figure stand with Red Snapper and the Stark Industries nameplate.

Collect the Power Pose Series together with the Movie Masterpiece Series and Diorama Series in 1/6th scale as some of the parts are compatible with each other!

For fans in Hong Kong, special arrangement has been made for pre-ordering of this 1/6th scale Red Snapper Collectible Figurine. For more information, please kindly visit Hot Toys Hong Kong Official Store – Toy Hunters Facebook Page.

Thank you! And please stay tuned with us for more updates in the future!

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  1. MegaPrime33's Avatar MegaPrime33 says

    It does look pretty cool, though can someone explain to me the difference between power pose and movie masters?

  2. Paxtin's Avatar Paxtin says

    If I were to venture a guess, I'd assume Power Pose has more forcus on creating a solid self contained figure with moive accurate articulation vs a figure that comes with extra heads and accessories.

    Mind you, that's just me completely speculating out of my butt.

  3. Greenskar's Avatar Greenskar says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by MegaPrime33 View Post
    It does look pretty cool, though can someone explain to me the difference between power pose and movie masters?
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Paxtin View Post
    If I were to venture a guess, I'd assume Power Pose has more forcus on creating a solid self contained figure with moive accurate articulation vs a figure that comes with extra heads and accessories.

    Mind you, that's just me completely speculating out of my butt.
    As one who own's quite a few of the Movie Masterpiece Hot Toys Iron Man figures, I can say that those have around 36 points of articulation and are full of extra panel pieces that showcase the different weapons or battle damage looks.

    The Power Pose series are limited to 15 points of articulation and mostly meant to be additions to the hall of armor (why need all those articulation points if they'll just be in a static standing posture on display?) or, in the case of the MK XLII for Power Pose, he is limited to being a specific action pose with even less articulation whereas the Movie masterpiece has the full 36 points of articulation.

    I'm guessing some armors will only be available through the Power Pose series though. This red snapper armor is likely one of them.

  4. MegaPrime33's Avatar MegaPrime33 says

    You would think with a name like Power Pose, it would be the opposite, and have more articulation to "pose" them with than the movie masters, which would generally be static.

  5. Greenskar's Avatar Greenskar says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by MegaPrime33 View Post
    You would think with a name like Power Pose, it would be the opposite, and have more articulation to "pose" them with than the movie masters, which would generally be static.
    One would think.

    It looks like power pose series isn't consistent with the points of articulation. The PPS MK XLII shows 0 points of articulation on the hot toys website specs yet the same armor for the movie masterpiece series is the full 36 poa. Then I checked hot toys website specs on red snapper in the PPS and it shows 20 poa while sideshow collectibles site has it listed as 15 poa, lol.

    All in all I prefer the MMS versions since they have all the bells and whistles I usually want from these figures. The addition of a die cast MMS for iron patriot and MK XLII is very welcomed with me.

  6. trebleshot's Avatar trebleshot says

    Looks pretty good, although in full disclosure I half-expected it to be a figure of RDJ wearing fly-fishing gear and holding up his catch of the day.

  7. Paxtin's Avatar Paxtin says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Greenskar View Post
    The Power Pose series are limited to 15 points of articulation and mostly meant to be additions to the hall of armor (why need all those articulation points if they'll just be in a static standing posture on display?) or, in the case of the MK XLII for Power Pose, he is limited to being a specific action pose with even less articulation whereas the Movie masterpiece has the full 36 points of articulation.
    Well that's just silly.

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