This little guy is – all the way from Japan.  No, I can’t translate it, but I want one; even if that means the little buggers comes to life in the middle of the night and attempts to kill the cat.

大人気クリエイター集団「play set products(プレイセットプロダクツ)」と、大手アメコミ出版社「マーベル・コミックス」との素敵なコラボレーションにより、日本でも話題沸騰中の ヒーロー『アイアンマン』3ageが、16センチのビッグサイズなソフビフィギュアで登場!


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  1. April 10, 2009 at 7:12 pm — Reply

    looks like Tony has hydrocephalus. Or maybe that’s the Leader inside.

  2. Dave
    April 10, 2009 at 11:35 pm — Reply

    Fuck me running…that thing comes near me, I am running like hell.

  3. Randallw
    April 11, 2009 at 3:27 am — Reply

    It seems to say something about Coffee, belts for western clothing and power cords (perhaps the belt in question), oh and it mentions what I think means a chime in G clef.

    It’s a coffee maker that rings when your coffee is ready?

  4. April 11, 2009 at 9:22 am — Reply

    It’s actually pretty standard press release. Talks about the hero Iron Man, companies that made the product (Play Set Products and Komi Publishing), the size of it (16 cm), kids loving the round and cute shape and something about Robert Downey Jr approved.

  5. luke7374
    April 11, 2009 at 6:57 pm — Reply

    from Google Translator:

    Popular creators group “play set products (PUREISETTOPURODAKUTSU)”, publisher AMEKOMI big “Marvel Comics” The collaboration with the great hero of boiling topic in Japan’s Iron Man, 3age, big size 16 cm appeared in SOFUBIFIGYUA!

    “Cut and wearing a costume character MABERUHIRO 3-year-old child” as the theme and抱KISHIMETAKU unconsciously, shape Round is a cute film most certainly confident. And it stars “Robert Downey Jr” endorsement was also praised for its great appeal!

    Ok, so its not the best at translating stuff, but it helps…

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