Geek Gifts: Hot Toys IRON MAN 2 Hall of Armor Includes Mark I – VII

     January 3, 2013

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We’ve got a ridiculously impressive Geek Gift to share today.  Hot Toys is known for their highly detailed collectibles, but now they’re gearing up to release Tony Stark’s entire Hall of Armor from Iron Man 2.  This thing comes in two different versions, one with seven sets, and one with four, including Stark’s Mark I – VII.  It’s a beaut, but it’s not cheap.  The full set of seven will run you $799.99, the set of four is $469.99, and if you just want one it’s $129.99.

Hit the jump to check out the images and specs for the Iron Man 2 Hot Toys figures.

Here’s the info and specs:

Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the Hot Toys Hall of Armor Collectible Diorama from Iron Man 2. Recreating Tony Stark’s impressive home workshop, the movie accurate Hall of Armor is highly detailed and features LED Light-Up functions, suitable for displaying Hot Toys Sixth Scale Iron Man Collectible figure series!

The Hall of Armor (Set of Seven) Sixth Scale Figure Environment features:

  • Seven (7) Authentic and highly detailed Hall of Armor sections
  • Each Section Measures Approximately 13.5 inches H x 9 inches W x 6.75 inches D
  • LED light-up functions
  • Suitable for all Hot Toys Sixth Scale Iron Man Collectible Figure Series (Figures Not Included)
  • Includes Seven (7) Transparent acrylic plates with holographic style stickers
  • Includes Three (3) Sets of Stickers, Twenty-One (21) Total, Three (3) Each Mark I – VII
  • Each Hall of Armor can be combined with additional pieces to create the diorama setting
  • Three AAA Batteries Required (Not Included)
  • AC/DC compatible (Adapter NOT Included)

Product Size: 13.5″ H (342.9mm) x 9.0″ W (228.6mm) x 6.75″ D (171.45mm)*

Click here to pre-order on Sideshow

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