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About This Collectible Bust
Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present Hot Toys' all new Sixth Scale Collectible Bust Series. To kick off this collection, they are introducing seven armors from the 2013 blockbuster hit, Iron Man 3.
Choose from the Mark 42, Iron Patriot, War Machine Mark 2, Mark 17 - Heartbreaker, Mark 24 - Tank, Mark 30 – Blue Steel, or Mark 33 – Silver Centurion! Or, for a limited time fans can preorder a deluxe set that includes all seven along with an exclusive eighth bust, the Mark 42 Battle Damaged Version!
Each bust is presented in fine sculpture, featuring light-up functions and metallic-colored paint application.
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What's in the Box?
- Approximately 4.5 inches / 11.6 cm tall
- LED-lighted eyes and heart (white light, battery operated)
- Circular-shaped bust stand featuring the Iron Man 3 movie logo
- Product Size
- 4.5" H (114.3mm)*
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- Box Size
- 6.00" H (152.4mm) x 6.00" W (152.4mm) x 7.00" L (177.8mm)*
- Dimensional Weight
- 2 lbs*
- Int'l Dim. Weight
- 2 lbs*
Size and weight are approximate values.
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- Product Sku
TM & © 2013 Marvel & Subs.
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What Collectors Are Saying
Blue Steel Stole My Heart
I never intended to purchase the Mark 30 bust, but thanks to a coupon, I decided to buy it. Despite a few small defects (only noticeable up close), the detail, lights, and color are incredible (the pictures don't do the blue justice). I am very glad I got this piece - I absolutely love it.
— Dan Cline
Blue Steel - There is a difference
At a first look you would thing that the Mark 30 is the same figure as the Mark 33. Even though the sculpt is the same the paint difference between the two makes huge difference visually. Beautiful finish and colour.
— Sheldon Bueckert