I have mixed feelings over this new Hulkbuster design. I still like the original HB armor that debuted on Avengers: Age of Ultron. The original has a more “mechanical” feel to it. This new HB still looks good but… I dunno, it just lacks something that made the original look bulky and huge. Maybe because the designers opted for a much more sleek and curvy design. Slated Q2-Q3 2019 for $430 (via Sideshow).
The long awaited Avengers: Infinity War has finally hit the big screen. Ten years in the making, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming to a head when its super heroes come together for battle against the Mad Titan himself. As one of the most powerful suits in Iron Man’s arsenal, the Hulkbuster armor is coming back to protect Wakanda from Thanos’s invading army!
In response to the immense fame of this enormous machine, Hot Toys is thrilled to officially introduce today the spectacular Hulkbuster 1/6th scale Power Pose collectible figure, which has been eagerly awaited by fans after it made its debut at the Avengers: Infinity War exhibition powered by Hot Toys.
The screen authentic vinyl-made collectible figure under Power Pose series is specially crafted based on the appearance of Hulkbuster in Avengers: Infinity War. This colossal figure stands approximate 50cm tall with 18 LED light-up functions scattered throughout the armor with awesome details, it is meticulously painted in iconic metallic red, gold and silver with weathering effect, two pairs of interchangeable hands including a pair of fist and a pair of relaxing hands, semi-articulated body with the ability to perform head, arms, wrist and waist movements.
Marvel fans, be sure to prepare room for the gigantic beautifully designed armor machine for your massive Avengers: Infinity War display! – Hot Toys
- Character: Hulkbuster
- Release Date: Q2-Q3 2019
- Origin: Avengers: Infinity War
- Brand: Hot Toys
- Scale: 1/6
- Price: $430
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.1 #304 (May 1994). The Hulkbuster armor is a heavy-duty, exo-frame (an add-on to the Mk. XI Modular Armor) designed for maximum-strength amplification at the cost of reduced versatility and mobility. As its name suggests, it was specifically designed for hand-to-hand combat with the rampaging Hulk. The armor was rated with a lift (press) capacity of 170 tons. During its maiden run, the armor enabled Stark to temporarily hold his own in sustained physical combat with the Hulk.
Avengers: Infinity War is an American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team the Avengers, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is intended to be the sequel to 2012's Marvel's The Avengers and 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron and the nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).