Dozens of Iron Man armors have been introduced since the debut of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008 -- with "Captain America: Civil War," we're up to Mark XLVI -- and a good number of those have been immortalized as action figures, from multiple toymakers. While those seemingly countless collectibles tend to blur together, Comicave Studios has found a way to make its latest Iron Man release stand out ... by adding a couch.
Yes, just like the one in "Iron Man 3."
The sofa will make its debut next month at Comic-Con International with the company's previously announced "Iron Man 3" Iron Man Mark 42 Armor 1/12th-scale action figure. No pricing or general release details are available.
It's worth noting that Comicave isn't the first to use the couch gimmick: Bandai offered the sofa accessory with first-run orders of its S.H. Figuarts Mark 42 figure in 2014.
As for the figure itself: Standing 6 inches tall and featuring more than 20 points of articulation, it's made of 75 percent die-cast metal. Along with LED light-up features on the chest and eyes, it comes with interchangeable hands and thruster effects -- and, now, a sofa.
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