Bringing variety and uniqueness to the masterfully crafted figures, Hot Toys steps up efforts to team up with wonderfully talented artists in creating more exceptional collectibles! Introducing a brand new figure from the amazing Artist Collection, Sideshow and Hot Toys present the Venomized Iron Man Sixth Scale Collectible Figure inspired by Marvel’s Spider-Man: Maximum Venom animated series showed exquisite craftsmanship in a different way.
In this monumental collaboration, Hot Toys has invited Mr. Khoo Fuk-Lung, a popular and iconic Hong Kong comic artist to create his own distinctive style of Venomized Iron Man. His design offered an extensive insight into the re-imagined character through unique and incredible visual elements, greatly emphasizing the fine details on the Iron Man armor with powerful drawing attention to the parasitic Venom symbiote; while Hong Kong sculptor Mr. Joseph Tsang has carefully translated the conceptualized design into a realistic collectible with exceptionally fine details.
Measuring at approximately 35cm in height, the highly-detailed figure is crafted based on the re-imagined appearance of Venomized Iron Man in Spider-Man: Maximum Venom. It features two newly developed head sculpts with excellent craftsmanship including a half Venom and half Iron Man appearance with LED light-up function, and a Venom head sculpt; two interchangeable long protruding tongues for different expressions; high-structural diecast components and Iron Man armor parts painted in metallic red and gold colors; arms and legs partially crafted with vinyl material, skillfully painted in black with a beautiful metallic bluish-purple sheen; multiple articulated pincers outstretched from the chest; LED light-up function on Arc Reactor and left palm; as well as matching interchangeable hands specially designed for Venom and Iron Man half.
Time to get Venomized and show off your love of the symbiote in Marvel with the one-of-a-kind Venomized Iron Man figure!
About the Artist:
Mr. James Khoo Fuk-lung, Hong Kong comic artist and illustrator, has joined the comic profession in 1978. Khoo’s drawing style was heavily influenced and inspired by American comics and Japanese manga artists. His work was representational in style and color, also meticulously detailed, and thus could more easily be seen as artistic production.
Khoo started his career in local publishers as a coloring assistant and later became art director in creative fields of comics and illustration until he founded Dark Comics & Toys Ltd. His early works include comic book covers of Oriental Heroes 龍虎門, Buddha's Palm 如來神掌, and Drunken Master 醉拳, which has created a significant influence to a generation of artists. His other notable publications include The lawless鐵將縱橫, Dragon Lord龍神, Amazing Weapons 4神兵4, The 8th Copper Man in Shaolin少林寺第八銅人, Kung Fu功夫, Kill The King刺•皇 and many more.
It was Khoo’s passion for comics that brought him into the industry, and it is also this passion that motivates him to improve techniques and enhance himself continuously. In 2003, DC Comics has invited him to create a series of themed comics on the confluence of the fan-favorite Batman and the oriental heroes, with comic style in Hong Kong.