Hot on the heels of the A:IW Iron Man announcement and Cap teaser, Hot Toys revealed its latest 1/6 Thor from the upcoming (likely to be epic) film.
From Hot Toys:
The war between Avengers and villainous Thanos will finally hit the silver screen this upcoming May in Avengers: Infinity War. Superheroes will join forces to fight Thanos, while the fate of the Earth and the Universe hangs in the balance! Hot Toys is pleased to officially introduce the 1/6th scale Thor collectible figure from Avengers: Infinity War!
Sophisticatedly crafted based on Chris Hemsworth’s appearance in the film with astonishing likeness, the Thor collectible figure features a newly developed head sculpt with specially applied luminous reflective effect on the eye that accentuates Thor using his thunder power, a newly developed muscular body with two pairs of interchangeable arms, intricately detailed body armor with LED light up circle plates and lightning effect accessories, a detachable red-colored cape, detail recreation of Thor’s new weapon Stormbreaker, and a specially designed figure stand with movie logo.
It looks to be another amazing sculpt – HT is knocking these out of the park and setting some high standards. Curious to see how the “luminous” eye works – reflective with light shining on it? I like the versatility of the clothing; cape, no cape – armored arms and bare arms. Lightning effect add-ons look hot too!
By way of these pics they’ve shown off the new Teen Groot and Rocket as well – see pics below.
Thor should be up for pre-order soon from your favorite distributor or retailer.
Trevor is a New York-based Creative Director and business owner. He has a growing collection of 200ish 1:6th scale stock and custom figures (and more and more Lego sets and Mezcos). Toy photography melds his childhood dreams of comic book illustration and film directing with his design talents and – in his mind – justifies the stupid money he spends on these things. When he’s not shooting, he enjoys kayaking, catching up on good TV and building dios.
Last modified: March 2, 2018