It's a real testament to the talented sculptors and artists working at Hot Toys that a sixth-scale action figure that looks like it's been a child's only play toy for 10 years is one of their most desirable creations. But the company's new Avengers: Age of Ultron Ultron Mark I is easily one of the most detailed figures the company has ever created.
Standing just shy of 33cm tall, the Ultron Mark I figure features 24 points of articulation, but the real star of the show is its exposed endoskeleton. Normally hidden away behind armour plating, the robot's inner working are laid bare, exposing complex wiring, gears, pistons, servos and hundreds of other detailed parts.
It's the kind of figure you can spend hours studying and staring at, and thanks to light-up features including a glowing arc reactor in Ultron's chest, you can keep gawking well into the night. The figure will no doubt come with an equally remarkable price tag, but die-hard Avengers collectors will easily be able to justify the cost as a worthwhile addition to their display cases. [Hot Toys via Toy People]