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Submitted by MetalArcade 801d ago | news

Hot Toys Man Of Steel Figures Available For Preorder

Metal Arcade: Jason Bakker writes:

Hot Toys has created a remarkably detailed likeness of Henry Cavill’s Superman from Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, and it’s now available for preorder.

Hot Toys is a company that’s become well known for their painstaking attention to detail, creating incredibly lifelike figures from popular movie and game franchises. Recently, they’ve created some amazingly detailed G.I. Joe, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Avengers figures, and now Superman is getting his turn in the spotlight with a new line of deluxe Man of Steel figures. As you can see in the pictures below, the Henry Cavill likeness is uncanny, and the Superman suit is extremely detailed, from the textured, chainmail-esque material to the gauntlets and flowing cape. (Culture, Man of Steel)

Sahil  +   793d ago
Haha, looks cool. I may get one for my son :)

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