A Duo of Hot Toys RoboCop Sixth Scale Figures AnnouncedOctober 13, 2014
An all-new two-pack of Hot Toys RoboCop sixth scale figures have been announced that will have fans of the 1987 science fiction film giddy with anticipation. Heralded for release next summer, the Hot Toys RoboCop (Battle Damaged Version) & Alex Murphy Sixth Scale Figure Set features a pair of detailed and highly poseable action figures bearing the first official sixth scale likeness of actor, Peter Weller, as the combat ravaged cyborg law enforcer and his moribund alter ego. As additions to Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece Series, the figures boast an impressive assortment of features that is certain to appeal to collectors and which make them perfect accompaniments for the sublime Hot Toys released earlier in the year.
The Hot Toys RoboCop (Battle Damaged Version) Sixth Scale Figure
The body of the roughly 12-inch tall battle damaged RoboCop figure features a realistically marred and bullet-ridden finish with over 25 points of articulation. In addition to a working mechanical thigh holster, RoboCop will come with five pairs of interchangeable hands, a trio of weapons, jars of baby food, and a figure stand with nameplate.
The Hot Toys Alex Murphy Sixth Scale Figure
Along with being a showcase for the new and impressively lifelike portrait of Peter Weller, Hot Toys nearly 12-inch tall Alex Murphy figure features 30 points of articulation. The figure comes with a multipiece getup complete with a blue fabric uniform, bulletproof vest, helmet (with working visor), handcuffs, as well as a flashlight and watch. Other accessories include 8 pairs of interchangeable hands, a removable hair sculpt (for use when helmeted), a pair of pistols, and a figure stand with nameplate.
Collectors currently have the option of pre-ordering the Hot Toys RoboCop (Battle Damaged Version) & Alex Murphy Sixth Scale Figure Set for $439.99 USD or the battle damaged RoboCop figure separately for $294.99 USD. Both the set and individual RoboCop figure are expected to ship in July 2015.
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