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  1. #21
    Super Freak
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    Default Re: Hot Toys 1/4 Mark XLII Iron Man Collectible Figure

    So conflicted, I had hoped this would come out later ha I really want the 43 ... but now I want this too. agh

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    Yea, I saw this coming I gonna stay away from the HT 1/4 IM line I though 43 was cool but no way to keep up with a bunch of 1/4 at over $500 a pop then again looking at prices of figures nowadays might as well go bigger and better.

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    And there he is.. We all knew he was going to join the party. I'm sure that stand is just for demo purposes but that's exactly the extra stand that should be included with the other figures. I wouldn't mind them keeping him bare bones with no Stark sculpt and no intricate base if that means that he can land around $380!

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    My 1/4 scale dream is Mk3, Mk6, Mk7, Mk42, and Mk43- my keystone armors. I don't like that I'm seeing design wise going forward, so I think I can plan on just having those and my 1/6 HPP.

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    I can definitely see HT producing the main hero armors in 1/4 with prices hitting $600 to $700, maybe even more. I feel both good and bad for all of you who collect this scale.

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    I collect this scale but I have a built it self check. I have enough room for exactly 12 figures and I'm not expanding that so if I really really want something that means something else has to go. It's survival of the fittest in my display lol


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  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by YankeesFanboy View Post
    I can definitely see HT producing the main hero armors in 1/4 with prices hitting $600 to $700, maybe even more. I feel both good and bad for all of you who collect this scale.
    Appreciated! yes 1/4 going to get very expensive

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    Then there's the gamechanger...1/4 DC. Priced at about a grand apiece.

  9. #29
    Actually hoping for 1/4 Bats, Supes and WW......

  10. #30
    I really like the mk 42 so I may buy just this one if the base is good and it comes with battle damaged parts. It'll be my one and only 1/4 scale(unless they make a MK1).

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