Hot Toys Announce 1/6 Scale Star Wars Heavy Infantry Mandalorian

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Happy Thanksgiving to my readers in the U.S. of A.! Time to overstuff our gullets with turkey, ham, cranberry sauce, potatoes, and stuffing! “This is the way!”

Hot Toys officially announced their 1/6 Scale Heavy Infantry Mandalorian from the Disney+ hit, The Mandalorian!

No pre-order links yet, but keep your eyes peeled on Sideshow.com for the link when it goes live. We’ll update you with it as well! For now, check out the full promo image gallery and product info below for this Quarter 4 2020/Quarter 1 2021 release!

From Hot Toys:

THE MANDALORIANHEAVY INFANTRY MANDALORIAN1/6TH SCALE COLLECTIBLE FIGURE“This is the way.”

Returning to the enclave on a volcanic world with a camtono of Imperial beskar, the Mandalorian intending to create new armor from it was confronted by a group of other Mandalorians, including Heavy Infantry Mandalorian, who condemned the lone gunfighter for transacting with the Empire.

Following the official introduction of the first wave of Hot Toys’ The Mandalorian collectible figures featuring the title character and IG-11, we are excited to continue the unveil of astonishingly detailed collectibles based on the first-ever live action Star Wars series and officially introduce the new 1/6th scale collectible figure of this Heavy Infantry Mandalorian!

The highly-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Heavy Infantry Mandalorian. Highlighting the features are the newly designed helmet and armor pieces, meticulously tailored outfit, beautifully applied weathering effects, finely sculpted jetpack, highly detailed and articulated heavy blaster with ammo belt, a blade, and a desert-themed figure base.

Don’t miss the chance to add this fully loaded bounty hunter from The Mandalorian in your Star Wars collection!

SPECIFICATIONS

  • PRODUCT CODETMS010
  • PRODUCT NAMEHEAVY INFANTRY MANDALORIAN
  • HEIGHTAPPROXIMATELY 32CM TALL
  • POINTS OF ARTICULATIONS30
  • SPECIAL FEATURESNEWLY DEVELOPED HELMET IN METALLIC BLUE COLOR AND FINELY CRAFTED BODY ARMOR
  • ARTISTSHEAD SCULPTED BY N/A. FIGURE PAINTED BY LOK HO
    HEAD PAINTED BY N/A. FIGURE ART DIRECTED BY JC. HONG
    HEAD ART DIRECTED BY N/A.

The 1/6th scale Heavy Infantry Mandalorian Collectible Figure specially features:
– Authentic and detailed likeness of Heavy Infantry Mandalorian in the live action-series The Mandalorian 
– Newly developed helmet in metallic blue color and finely crafted body armor 
– Specially applied distress effects on armor, weapons and accessories
– Approximately 32cm tall 
– Body with over 30 points of articulations 
– Seven (7) pieces of interchangeable gloved hands including: 
– One (1) pair of fists
– One (1) pair of relaxed hand
– One (1) pair of hands for holding blaster
– One (1) right hand for holding blade

Costume:
– One (1) beige and black colored undersuit with blue and yellow colored weathered shoulder armors

One (1) blue colored chest armor
– One (1) yellow colored left gauntlet
– One (1) brown colored right gauntlet
– One (1) brown colored leather-like utility belt with pouches
– One (1) brown colored waist sash 
– One (1) pair of blue colored thigh guards
– One (1) pair of yellow colored left knee guards
– One (1) pair of blue and yellow colored calf guards
– One (1) pair of dark brown colored boots with blue armor plates

Weapons: 
– One (1) articulated heavy blaster with detachable strip
– One (1) blade

Accessories:
– One (1) yellow jetpack
– One (1) ammo belt for heavy blaster
– Specially designed desert-themed figure stand with Star Wars logo and character nameplate

Artists:
– Figure Painted by Lok Ho
– Figure Art Directed by JC. Hong

Release date: Approximately Q4, 2020 – Q1, 2021

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