Queen Studios is continuing their line of Marvel Cinematic Universe statues with a 1/4″ scale replica of Tony Stark’s crude but functional Mark 1 armored suit from 2008’s Iron Man. The suit measures 20″ tall by 13″ wide and is made from polystone. The arc reactor does light up. The first Iron Man suit is limited to only 400 pieces, but there’s a hitch.
As with many Queen Studios items, the Mark 1 statue is not available in the US. However, if you live in Indonesia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, or South Korea, you can pre-order this lifesaving piece of Stark tech. The estimated release date for this highly-detailed statue is during the third quarter of 2023.
This limited-edition statue features some unique elements that make the Iron Man Mark 1 stand-out from other armors. In the centre of the armor, the team have included a scaled down arc reactor, that can be displayed fully lit. While the rest of the statue includes the iconic weaponry and a movie inspired base to tie the piece together.
This 1/4 scale Iron Man Mark 1 statue captures Tony Stark’s first generation of Iron Man armor from Marvel Studios Iron Man (2008). Crafted from polystone, this movie accurate collectible recreates the iconic armour with incredible detail. The Queen Studios team have paid close attention to the mechanical structure of the armor painstakingly sculpting each peace, before painting to near perfection.
I know it’s frustrating to be locked out of purchasing cool collectibles like this. However, there may be hope. Queen Studios signed a distribution deal with Sideshow Collectibles, as we reported at D-Rezzed. Unfortunately, as of right now, the deal only includes Marvel (comics and movies) busts.
What do you think of the Mark 1 statue? Let us know below.
[Source: Queen Studios]
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