If the Psylocke statue isn’t to your taste, perhaps you’ll want to get your hands on the Iron Man Mark IV statue based on the upcoming Iron Man 2 movie.

In the sequel the ever-productive Stark improves on his own designs yet again with the Mark IV, the absolute cutting edge in high-tech personal armor suit and man-sized weaponry.  Sleeker and more powerful than the previous versions, the Mark IV is visually impressive and will look great in your collection!

The 13-inch high statue has built in LEDs in the eyes, chest, fist and base, that light up to make the statue look even more spectacular.  Sculpted by Ryoichi Ito, the Iron Man Mark IV statue sells for $119.99, and will be available in May.

Gallery after the jump.

via Kotobukiya


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  1. astrodinosaurus on

    Did he upgrade between movies or does he do it twice in the sequel? Cause there’s a glimpse of another version in the trailer. This one with a triangular chest. Did they screw up the statue or are we also going to see a mark V?

  2. I was going to ask the same question but I see you are right on top of things.

    Maybe you could be Stark’s research assistant.

    • astrodinosaurus on

      Haha thanks I noticed some smaller differences between this one and the Mark III so I thought id check it out. Oh and I’m already employed at the Baxter building so…

  3. It’s a good thing you have a job at the Baxter Building. Stark probably sleeps with all of his assistants anyway so, watch out.

    The hand guard on the Mark IV doesn’t show any articulation. It looks like it extends farther than the knuckles.

    What happens when Stark clenches his fist? How does he punch someone?

    • astrodinosaurus on

      They(Hand-guards) aren’t connected to his fingers but just his backhand(they pivot at the wrist) so he can clench his fists. But yes they do extend beyond his knuckles so when punching he hits with the guard. Ergo the palm-thrusters and more delicate parts of the gauntlet(fingers) can remain unharmed from the super powered pugilism the Ironman gets involved in from time to time. In short Smart-knuckles that allows for complete dexterity of the fingers.

  4. I saw that they weren’t connected to the fingers but the guard would extend above the top of the hand because a clenched fist would only take up half its length. Maybe they rotate to drop in front of the knuckles when he punches.

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