Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are proud to present the Iron Man Mark XLII Limited Edition Quarter Scale Collectible Bust from one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the year, Iron Man 3. It is specially produced based on the image of the iconic character Mark XLII in the movie; the detailed sculpture highlights the light-up functions and metallic colored paint application.
The movie-accurate Iron Man Mark XLII figure is highly detailed and fully deployed, specially crafted based on the image of Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man Mark XLII, highlighting the highly detailed head sculpt, well equipped metallic red, gold and silver armor and light up functions. This item is in hand and ready to ship. This item comes from a smoke-free environment and is in mint condition.
Sure, Iron Man 3 was way back in 2013 but the Iron Man Mark XLII Quarter-Scale Figure is still cool because the Mark 42 suit caught a lot of attention towards the end of the movie. Remember when Tony summoned this armor during his battle with Killian and it smashe.
The Mark 42 or Mark XLII was the featured suit in the movie Iron Man 3, and made its debut in the movie during the start, when Tony creates it in his basement, and tests the suit's functionalities. It was seen throughout the whole movie as Tony's main suit, and it was later destroyed by self-destruction when Tony ordered J.A.R.V.I.S. to do so, after mentally controlling it to trap Aldrich.
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Mark XLII Iron Man 3: This prehensile suit is able to be summoned remotely by controlling each individual piece of the armor, through state-of-the-art chips in Stark's body, and features an inverse color scheme to the other main armors, with gold as the predominant color.
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Iron Man 3. Tony tested the Mark XLII in his workshop. His first attempt was more or less successful. However, one of the armor pieces failed to assemble onto Stark and crashed into the Mark IV armor. Also when the pieces flew to him, it seemed to be quite hard and painful as Stark was pushed back from the impact and the piece for the groin area hit him rather painfully. Later, Stark showed.