Tony Stark's hall of armors continues to grow with the latest incredible Iron Man suit ARTFX Statue from the Marvel Studios films. Following hot on the heels of the Mark 43 armor and blasting out of the blockbuster "Avengers: Age of Ultron" is the Iron Man Mark 45! Robert Downey Jr.'s iconic Stark has been very busy in the last few Marvel Studios films, cranking out dozens of different armor designs for any eventuality. And after fierce battles and the removal of J.A.R.V.I.S. (now reconfigured into the Vision) from his systems, Iron Man debuted the Mark 45 for the final fight against the evil robot Ultron in Sokovia.
Throughout the Iron Man and Avengers films, we've seen Tony Stark continue to modify and improve his armors, with "Iron Man 3" really showing off the range of possibilities in purpose-built systems. In "Avengers: Age of Ultron," Iron Man returned to more classically-inspired looks with his armors, first the Mark 43 and now the Mark 45. While they may appear similar at first glance, the two successive armors have lots of differences. The 45 has a familiar shape with segmented armor panels, outer plating revealing technological details underneath, reinforced sections on the torso, shoulders, and thighs, and repulsor units for flight stabilization and energy blasts. This new Iron Man suit stands out from previous versions with an even sleeker form, new designs on the chest and forearm armor, an updated helmet with more expressive eyes, and a first-ever hexagonal Chest Repulsor Transmitter! Iron Man shows off all of these great details in a powerful presentation, standing at the ready with a wide stance and both hands angled to reveal the palm-mounted repulsors. Of course, no matter the upgrades. the armor still shines in bright red and gold with additional accents in silver, black, and white.
Sculpted by M.I.C., Iron Man Mark 45 stands 30cm tall (1/6th scale) on a special Avengers logo display base and features LED lights in the Arc reactor, eyes, and palms. No Iron Man collection would be complete without this ultimate expression of the armor from "Avengers: Age of Ultron," and the Mark 45 looks fantastic alongside previous suits like the Mark 43!