Adrift in deep space, Tony Stark is slowly dying. Supplies are running low. There’s no sign of help. The man who can build anything can’t find a way home. In his last desperate hours, Iron Man records a final message to Pepper Potts with the help of his damaged helmet.
Then some overpowered character shows up to save the day in an oddly convenient way.
Well, we can cherish the better part of that scene thanks to a new prop replica from Beast Kingdom. This 1:1 scale helmet features extensive detail and some functionality. While this thing cannot record a voice, video, or holographic message, it does have light-up eyes.
The Master Craft series of highly detailed, hand-painted creations, brings to life some of the most celebrated pop culture icons the world has ever known. With the Battle Damaged Mark 50 as seen in Marvel’s Avengers Endgame, collectors can take home a screen-accurate rendition of the helmet. With detailed painting for the damage and a light-up mechanism for the eyes, fans can proudly display a work of art from the pantheons of the MCU.
The Iron Man Mark 50 Battle Damaged Helmet is limited to only 3,000 pieces worldwide. Don’t miss your chance by ordering yours today!
The helmet’s dimensions are Height: 8.66″ (219.96 mm) | Width: 9.96″ (252.98 mm) | Depth: 15.35″ (389.89 mm). It weighs around 10 lbs.
Now, I think it’s fair to say that this thing probably isn’t wearable. Iron Man’s helmet is probably molded to the base. If you’re looking for something to stick on your head, the Iron Man Mark 3 Legends Series helmet is usually reissued every once in a while.
This helmet will ship in February and April 2022. Pre-orders can be made here, and the ultimate price of this display piece is $399.99. It can also be pre-ordered through Sideshow, where you have the option of playing for it via their layaway program.
Pirates & Princesses (PNP) is an independent, opinionated fan-powered news blog that covers Disney and Universal Theme Parks, Themed Entertainment and related Pop Culture from a consumer's point of view. Opinions expressed by our contributors do not necessarily reflect the views of PNP, its editors, affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. PNP is an unofficial news source and has no connection to The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal or any other company that we may cover.