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Author Topic: Stark Market Special Report: High-End Figures – 6" Super Alloy by Comicave  (Read 712 times)
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« on: February 28, 2017, 01:31:22 AM »

Comiccave Studios Iron Man Page

A subsidiary of Al Ahli Holding Group in Dubai, Comicave Studios is headquartered in Singapore, where the company specializes in the conceptualizing, designing, and manufacturing of high-end collectibles and mass-market toys, with a focus on pop-culture.  Comicave Studios also works with clients for collaborations on special projects and promotional activities.

Comicave has several lines of Iron Man figures over 1/4, 1/12 and even a few 1/2 scale pieces. Their Facebook page has some interesting commentary from buyers pointing out (pretty logically actually) the silliness of the larger scale super high cost pieces in lieu of focusing on the more affordable (albeit still expensive) 1/12 (6") line of metallic Iron Man pieces.

The Comicave line has produced quite a few Iron Man armors, basically from Iron Man 3.  As of this writing, I haven't seen any of these up close, but they look great in the pictures, and the idea of a metal 6" line is really appealing.  Price wise, they are about the same amount of money per figure as much of the Bandai S.H. Figuarts line, which makes the Comicave line even more appealing considering that they are metal.  The downside is that the line is basically replete only with Iron Man 3 armors, many of which aren't likely very appealing to hardcore collectors who have a market saturated with meaningless armors from Iron Man 3, spread across several toy lines now.

The Comicave Iron Man line appears to be highly articulated, are made of 75% die-cast metal, includes an LED diode for light up features, comes with blast effects and interchangable hands, labeled bases as well as a posing post for each figure.

Iron Man Mark XL - Shotgun Armor


Iron Man Mark XXXVIII - Igor

Iron Man Mark XXIII - Shades

Iron Man Mark XLIV - Hulkbuster

Iron Man Mark XLIII

Iron Man Mark XXXIII - Silver Centurion

Iron Man Mark XLII

Iron Man Mark XXX - Blue Steel

Iron Man Mark XXV - Striker

Iron Man Mark XXVI - Gamma

Iron Man Mark 21 - Midas

Iron Man Mark 7 - Avengers
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