Tamashii Nations Presents “Cine Toy Spirits”: S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark 1

Tamashii Nations has opened a new section on Tamashii Web called "Cine Toy Spirits" where S.H.Figuarts releases inspired by Marvel, DC, and Star Wars properties will be featured. Among its initial offerings is a figure that took its time but is now finally getting a release. Yes, I'm talking about the S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark … Continue reading Tamashii Nations Presents “Cine Toy Spirits”: S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark 1

#2003 / Marvel Legends Series / Iron Man Model 1 (“First Appearance” 2006)

This is an old figure, if the title above ain't obvious enough. But despite this, the clunky articulation, coupled with the clunky design of the original Iron Man has its charms. That's probably the reason why Hasbro is taking its time releasing a modern take on the first comic book Iron Man armor. And so, … Continue reading #2003 / Marvel Legends Series / Iron Man Model 1 (“First Appearance” 2006)

2020 Release Confirmed! S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark 1

It's been a while since Tamashii Nations started their S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Hall of Armor project. And as far as I remember, they've already released almost all of the original 7 MCU armors except for one -- the Mark 1. It's been on display in several shows but no confirmed release date has been given, … Continue reading 2020 Release Confirmed! S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark 1

More “Avengers: Endgame” S.H.Figuarts! Rescue ✕ Movie-Accurate Nano Weapons ✕ Nano Gauntlet

Tamashii Nations has been slow yet steady with their S.H.Figuarts Avengers: Endgame releases. But with Tokyo Comic Con happening this weekend, they went full speed and made some new announcements. Granted, most of these are reissues of the same figures with tweaks and more accessories but all are a good addition to any MCU S.H.Figuarts … Continue reading More “Avengers: Endgame” S.H.Figuarts! Rescue ✕ Movie-Accurate Nano Weapons ✕ Nano Gauntlet

One Shots / "Last Call, Final Warning"

Tony Stark isn't one to give out last calls and final warnings when he issues the Repulsor treatment. This time it's different, especially when he's using the Hulkbuster armor and he's dealing with the Hulk. But don't get him wrong, he has every intention to shoot... just with permission.