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Oh hi Iron Man Mark 46

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If you look back at the first Iron man suit and compare it to almost a decade of development and improvements, man what a difference. The Mark I is the equivalent of a walking toaster on steroids, a lean and mean machine built from scraps (IN A CAVE!) and possibly leftover falafels. The current Iron Man suits? Sleek, sexy and with only a hint of the ostentatious. It’s very much like comparing a Ferrari to a hot hatchback.

One performs well and will get you from point A to Point B, while the more expensive option will do the same but with style. The latest Iron Man suit is style to the max. The Mark 46 is very much a direct adaptation of the Bleeding Edge armour, with a properly collapsible face-plate that would make Star-Lord jealous. And while I’m still busy trying to convince government to sell Nkandla to fund my dream of owning a full-size version of it, I’d happily settle for the sixth-scale replica.

“But Darryn,” I hear you ask despite my best attempts to keep you away from me by tossing crocodiles into the minefield moat, “what makes this figure any different from all the other Iron Man figures that you regularly tempt us with as if you were some sort of toy-based Satan?” Alright, fair enough. What makes this figure different, is that happens to be made from diecast metals, to give it that extra level of coolness/authenticity.

And if you don’t believe me, here’s a gallery of pictures for the video-disabled:


The Iron Man Mark XLVI Sixth Scale Collectible Figure specially features:

  • An authentic and detailed likeness of Mark XLVI in Captain America: Civil War
  • Newly sculpted head sculpt with authentic likeness of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark in the movie
  • Alternate helmeted head with LED light-up function (white light, battery operated)
  • Approximately 32 cm tall
  • Metallic red, gold and silver colored painting on the sleek and streamlined Mark XLVI armor design
  • Contains diecast material
  • 28 LED light-up points throughout parts of the armor (white light, battery operated)
  • Chest armor can be detached to reveal interior mechanical design
  • Interchangeable shoulder armor (regular, missile firing)
  • Fully deployed air flaps at back of the armor
  • Four (4) pairs of interchangeable hands including:
    – One (1) pair of fists
    – One (1) pair of hands with articulated fingers and light-up repulsors (white light, battery operated)
    – One (1) pair of battle palms with light-up repulsor (white light, battery operated)
    – One (1) pair of hands with life-like thrust fire effect
  • Articulations on waist armor which allow flexible movement


  • One (1) sixth scale Captain America helmet
  • Two (2) life-like thrust fire accessories attachable to the feet of the figure
  • Debris diorama figure stand with a Mark XLVI nameplate and the movie logo

Almost as gorgeous as Supergirl’s unbreakable optimism, right? Expect to pay a few pretty pennies more for this one however, as the Mark 46 Iron Man armour is currently priced at around $345, with a shipping date of June 2017. Plenty of time to save up at least.


Last Updated: April 19, 2016


  1. don’t toy with me in the middle of the night, and. that’s one sick toy man, die cast, looks wicked son
    does not ship to SA, there’s always usadress.com!


    • Johann Smit

      April 20, 2016 at 08:08

      You can buy all Hot Toys locally….Hobby Island is the distributor here in SA, that is why some of the Hot Toys on Sideshow won’t ship to SA, I think they have some sort of an agreement….


  2. Admiral Chief in New York

    April 20, 2016 at 07:16


    Geez, this guy has commitment issues


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