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    Default Hot Toys–MMS142-TRON: Legacy:Sam Flynn Cycle Spec +pics

    Hot Toys – MMS142 - TRON: Legacy: 1/6th scale Sam Flynn Collectible Figure with Light Cycle



    ~ Movie Masterpiece Series ~
    Hot Toys is proud to present the 1/6th scale Sam Flynn Collectible Figure with Light Cycle from the TRON: Legacy movie. The set is specially equipped with the Light Cycle with LED light-up function, together with the highly detailed Sam Flynn collectible which is specially crafted based on the image of Garrett Hedlund in the movie, highlighting the newly sculpted heads and light-up Tron Warrior suit.

    The 1/6th scale Sam Flynn Collectible Figure with Light Cycle specially features:

    - Two (2) newly sculpted heads with authentic likeness of Garrett Hedlund as Sam Flynn in the movie TRON: Legacy, including one with undetachable helmet

    - Approximately 42 (L) x 16 (W) x 18 (H) cm (Light Cycle with Sam Flynn Collectible)

    - Body with partial movability

    - Highly detailed hair sculpture

    - Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed wrinkles and skin texture

    - One (1) pair of gloved palms for driving the Light Cycle

    - Three (3) pieces of legs including:

    n One (1) pair of bending legs for riding position (left leg is interchangeable)

    n One (1) extra piece of interchangeable straight left leg for breaking position

    - Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted



    Costume:

    - One (1) one-piece undetachable black-color Tron Warrior suit with LED light-up function (white light, battery operated) with data disc at the back

    - One (1) pair of undetachable black-color boots



    Accessories:

    - One (1) black-color helmet

    - One (1) 1/6th scale Light Cycle with LED light-up function (white light, battery operated)



    Artists:

    - Head Sculpted by Jeon Young Tae

    - Head Painted by JC. Hong

    - Head Art Directed by Kojun



    Technical Support:

    - Light Cycle Technical Supported by Wing Chow and Eddie Lo, Soritis Limited



    **Product shown is not final, pending licensor approval

    **Battery included for Collectible Figure, button cells are required

    **Battery not included for Light Cycle, 3A batteries are required



    Release date: Q2-3, 2011



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    It looks awesome! Definitely!

    But, the fact that it’s more or less a statue doesn’t make it the instant buy which I thought it would be…

    I can understand why HT chose this route though. The organic shape of the bike and extreme lying position of the driver, would require some extreme articulation and combined with the light-up body it would be near impossible I think…

    I’ll have to see how much this is gonna cost, before deciding…

    I wonder if they can make the light up feature in a regular fig though, since those have to be able to move…


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    The Light Cycle looks so tempting

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    Quote Originally Posted by isis_x10a View Post
    The Light Cycle looks so tempting
    But will have to see how much this is going to cost before making the decision. Very cool looking.

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    I wish they would show some photos of him in regular light.

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    Not a big fan of this now.

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    I must say, the more I look at these pics, the more I start to like it. This would probably be the pose I'd pose him in anyway, so I'm still very interested in this.

    I don't think an empty Lightcycle would look as good as say the Batpod. Besides that, if these lightcycles are the same as in the original Tron, then the driver can't really step off it right? It should sorta form around the driver...


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    was excited about this until I read the part about him being partially movable i.e. he can't get off the bike


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    I still like it but it was the possibility of the figure standing next to it is what really got me interested in it. The figure it self looks a little odd too. I thought it might be ok when I thought it was poseable but now knowing its fixed it doesn't look right. This sounds dumb but it looks too much like a toy now. It almost has that feeling that we should be able to pull it back and it will drive away. Just looks a litttle cheap now.

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