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Tony Stark is livin' large with Hot Toys' 20-inch Iron Man figure

If your complaint with Hot Toys' Avengers: Age of Ultron collectible figures is that they're just not big enough, allow us to point you to the 1/4th-scale Iron Man Mark XLIII. That's 1/4th scale, rather than the usual 1/6th, which means the Armored Avenger stands 20 inches tall.

The prototype was showcased in December at Toy Soul 2014, but now the company's first 1/4th-scale figure has been officially revealed, featuring a new Tony Stark head sculpt, interchangeable helmeted head, and LED light-up functions on the eyes, arc reactor and repulsors. There are also three pairs of interchangeable palms, and a damaged Ultron Sentry diorama base with detachable head and arm.

You can see the full specifications on the Hot Toys website. No price has been announced, but the figure is expected to ship in the fourth quarter of 2015 or the first quarter of 2016.

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