Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece 1/6 Scale Marvel Iron Man 3: Iron Man Mark XXXVIII Igor
Since its powerful entrance in Iron Man 3, the heavy-lifting suit Igor from the “House Party Protocol” has gotten many fans' attention with its unique appearance and design. Now Hot Toys presents this outstanding armor in 1:6th scale form: the MMS215 Igor (Mark XXXVIII) Collectible Figure. It stands approximately 17 inches tall (43cm) and features blue, silver and white colored painting with distress effect on armor and LED light-up functions.
The 1:6th scale Igor (Mark XXXVIII) Collectible Figure features:
- Authentic likeness of Igor (Mark XXXVIII), the Heavy Lifting Suit, in Iron Man 3 - Approximately 43 cm tall - Over 25 points of articulations
Special features on armor:
- Blue, silver and white colored painting with distress effect on armor - Fully deployed flaps at the back of the armor - LED-lighted eyes and rectangular-shaped RT on chest (white light, battery operated) - One (1) pair of palms with improved articulations, movable fingers and light-up repulsors (white light, battery operated)
- Armor Painted by Lee Yoong Young - Painting Art Directed by JC. Hong
In response to a series of bombings for which the Mandarin takes credit, Tony Stark coordinates with Rhodes, offering to assist War Machine, now dubbed the Iron Patriot. The conversation is interrupted when Stark is reminded of the wormhole in New York, causing Stark to suffer a severe anxiety attack and quickly reenter his armor. Stark publicly threatens the Mandarin and later uses the Mark XLII to save Pepper when a helicopter attack converges on the Stark residence. Stark later uses the Mark XLII to rescue the staff trapped aboard the sabotaged Air Force One. Stark and Rhodes, both deprived of armor, attempt to stage a rescue of the president before Aldrich Killian televises the former’s execution. Neither Stark or Rhodes are able to gain the upper hand against Killian’s Extremis-augmented thugs, prompting Start to summon all of his armored suits simultaneously, remote-controlled by Jarvis. Distinctly squat and ogre-like, the Mark XXXVIII, Igor, is originally intended to lift and transport heavy objects.