In life, there are three great falcons. There’s the natural falcon which has made nature a stomping ground for perfecting the predatory arts, the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars and the most recent addition to the team: The Marvel Falcon. Even in a movie which starred two spry super-soldier pensioners blattering one another around a few trillion dollars worth of US Military hardware, Anthony Mackie’s Falcon almost stole the show.
A cool dude who needs to check for runners on his left, his Falcon was a fun point of view character who easily stood tall with a World War 2 legend backing him up. AND THOSE WINGS! Listen, while having a proper Iron Man suit may be a dream that only Rupert Murdoch can afford, the Falcon flight-suit is actually attainable. After all, there’s a mad Frenchman tearing around the skies right now on a jetsuit, so anything is possible.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
The Falcon Sixth Scale Collectible Figure specially features:
- A newly painted head sculpt with authentic and detailed likeness of Anthony Mackie as Falcon in Captain America: Civil War
- Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed wrinkles and skin texture
- Body with over 30 points of articulations
- Approximately 30 cm tall
- Eight (8) pieces of interchangeable gloved hands including:
– One (1) pair of fists
– One (1) pair of relaxed hands
– One (1) pair of hands for holding weapons
– One (1) pair of hands for holding wings
- Each head sculpt is specially hand-painted
- One (1) specially tailored dark grey and red colored Falcon flight suit
- One (1) grey colored T-shirt
- One (1) pair of dark grey and red colored gauntlets
- One (1) pair of black and dark grey colored boots with mechanical details
- One (1) sub-machine gun
- One (1) sub-machine gun on left forearm
- One (1) flight backpack
- One (1) pair of interchangeable newly designed attachable fully spread wings with enhanced articulations
- One (1) articulated Redwing drone attachable to flight backpack
- One (1) pair of goggles
- Diamond-shaped dynamic figure stand with Falcon nameplate and the movie logo
As usual, prepare to shell out for the Falcon, to the tune of $234.99 when he swoops in sometime in September.
Last Updated: March 30, 2016