Tony Stark Begins His Journey With New S.H. Figuarts Figure

Tamashii Nations continues with their Birth of Iron Man figure line with the man himself, Tony Stark. Coming out of the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film Iron Man, Tony Stark is ready to show off the new Jericho missile from his successful business until trouble arrives. The Tony Stark figure will come suited and will have a swap out tank top upper body as well. There will be multiple faces sculpts showcasing letting collectors swap between both cave and pre-cave versions of Tony Stark. He will come with a nice set of accessories as well including sunglasses and smartphone as well as cave items like an anvil, tongs, hammer, and Iron Man Mark I mask. This is one figure Iron Man fans will not want to miss out in and will be a great addition to the Iron Man wall of armor.

It is very interesting that Tamashii Nations went with a normal Tony Stark figure. I love that they did because it is really something that we never see. With the recently unveiled Iron Man Mark I figure this will be a great companion piece. The swappable bodies are a great idea too and just show that it would go great with that Mark I figure. The Tony Stark Birth of Iron Man S.H. Figuarts figure from Tamashii Nation will be priced at roughly $82. He is set to release in November 2020 and pre-orders are already live and you can find him located here.

"A figure that truly celebrates the life of Tony Stark is here: it recreates Tony from when he introduces the Jericho missile to when he begins building Iron Man Mark 1 in the cave with determination. Set up your heroic display of the Birth of Iron Man by combining it with Iron Man Mark 1 (sold separately)."

Product Description

  • Main body
  • Exchangeable face parts
  • Smartphone
  • Exchangeable upper body set
  • Exchangeable right hand x5, left hand x4
  • Anvil
  • Tongs
  • Hammer
  • Mask of Iron Man Mark 1

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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