Tamashii Nations reveals our first look at the all-new Avengers Endgame War Machine set to hit the shelves in February
With the first wave of Avengers Endgame action figures finally reaching collectors around the world and Tamashii Nations revealing our first look at both the new Endgame Clint Barton aka Hawkeye, Professor Hulk and Thor, all eyes are on Bandai to learn which titan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be next in line for the Figuarts treatment.
Thankfully, we didn’t have to wait too long.
Bandai has revealed official promotional images for an all-new S.H. Figuarts War Machine MK6 action figure from Avengers Endgame. As the name suggests, this incarnation depicts his armour worn throughout the first half of the movie before he slips into the heavily armoured Iron Patriot suit for the final confrontation with Thanos.
The armour is expected to achieve overwhelming reproduction thanks to the employment of both metal and plastic components and will boast the same articulation typical of the S.H Figuarts collection to ensure dynamic poseability. As of press time, there is no official word on the accessories included, however, as pictured the figure comes with several repulsor blast effects.
The figure, (described as a Tamashii Web Exclusive) is expected to be released on February 2020 with pre-orders expected to hit vendors any day so keep your eyes peeled. This is one Avenger you won’t want to miss out on!
Stay tuned to The Future of the Force for updates as they emerge. Until then, feel free to check out our reviews for the Avengers Endgame Ant-Man, Black Widow and Thanos and get ready to feel the force of Figuarts.
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