Hot Toys is going big with this one, folks. Based on the Captain Carter What If…? episode, an unaltered Steve Rogers can still help defend freedom with a bit of help from Howard Stark.
We spotted this massive figure over at Sideshow, where the Hydra Stomper and Steve Rogers are now up for pre-order. The Stomper itself stands over 22″ tall while meek Steve is a hair over 11″ in height. This set is listed at $625, but the Hydra Stomper by itself is $485. The combo and stand-alone figures are set for a January to March 2023 release.
Captured Hydra Stomper’s appearance in What If…? animation series, the 1:6th scale figure is complemented with perfectly scaled design, outstanding painting applications, also mechanical details such as thrusters, shooters, and an opening cockpit. Measuring at approximately 56cm in height, it features LED Light-up designs on the eyes, an arc reactor; semi articulated body with the ability to perform head, shoulder, arms, wrist, and waist movements.
Steve and the Hydra Stomper come with the following accessories:
- Six (6) pieces of interchangeable gloved hands including:
- One (1) pair of relax hands
- One (1) pair of finger pointing hands
- One (1) pair of gesture hands
- Each head sculpt is specially hand-painted
- One (1) green-colored flight suit with gear harness
- One (1) green-colored sweater
- One (1) pair of black-colored military boots
- One (1) backpack
- A themed figure stand with character nameplate
The Hydra Stomper is a cross between the Iron Monger and Tony’s first cobbled-together suit. It’s a nice homage to the designs Howard Stark’s son would later use to save himself and eventually the galaxy.
I’d like to see a What If…? story about Hydra making their own Iron Man suits. That would be a crazy scenario. The Red Skull in his own custom suit battling the Stomper and maybe Howard? What do you think?
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