Hot Toys Reveals New ‘Iron Man 3’ Bones Mark XLI Collectible Figure

Iron Man Hot Toys Bones Suit FigureHot Toys has revealed their new Iron Man 3-inspired Bones Mark XLI (Retro Armor Version) collectible figure. Their description of the collectible is as follows:

The new 1/6th scale Bones Mark XLI (Retro Armor Version) Collectible Figure is featuring an all-new red and gold armor painting, paying tribute to the iconic Iron Man color scheme, while keeping the suit’s unique magnetic components which allow it to be split into multiple parts and re-attach back together at will, LED light-up functions, and a specialized dynamic figure stand for the figure and its flying armor parts!

In addition, Hot Toys says the figure is part of the Tony Stark’s House Party Protocol line and includes thin armor plating that allows internal mechanical contents to shine. This particular version of the Bones (or Skeleton) Armor is specifically a retro version clad in Iron Man’s signature red and gold finish.

The new collectible is also exclusively available at the Marvel Age of Heroes Exhibition taking place in Tokyo, Japan from April 7 – June 10 before becoming more widely available in select markets.

You can see a few of the images of the collectible below and can check out the rest via Hot Toys’ Facebook album.

Iron Man 3 was directed by Shane Black and Black co-wrote the film with Drew Pearce. The film starred Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale, Jon Favreau, and Ben Kingsley and hit theaters May 3, 2013.

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  • Boogie

    Awesome stuff, thanks for posting! They should really make a classic Iron Man armor, back when his arms looked like pipes. I’d like to see that in the movies. He tends to use two different armors per movie, he could start with the classic, but go back to something modern.