Hot Toys Unveils Their WONDER WOMAN (Training Armor Version) Action Figure


With Wonder Woman being released in theaters this weekend, Hot Toys has unveiled their new Wonder Woman 1/6th scale action figure. This is the "Training Armor" version of the character and as you'd expect from Hot Toys, it looks fantastic. 

The Wonder Woman film has been met with some incredible reviews, a lot of people are saying its the best DC film since Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy. If that's true, I imagine collectors will be more inclined to add a figure like this to their collection. 

I'd love to get a close up look of this figure, but it looks like they did a great job on her outfit! You can check out the details of the figure and more photos below.

“It is our sacred duty to defend the world. And it is what I am going to do.”
She’s the princess, she’s a warrior. Born and raised in the Amazons, Diana lives in a place without knowing about the conflicts in the outside world. Not until she met the American pilot that changes her destiny to maintain peace in the universe. Here she is – the Wonder Woman! With the release of the highly anticipated blockbuster Wonder Woman, Hot Toys is proud to present our latest creation – Wonder Woman (Training Armor Version) 1/6th scale collectible figure!
Featuring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian Princess Diana in the movie, the figure is finely crafted based on her appearance in Wonder Woman wearing the Themyscira training armor. The newly developed head sculpt is perfectly craved with movie-accurate quality. The outfit is specifically tailored to showcase the fine detailing. What’s more, the figure comes with an assortment of weapons such as the Amazons' mythical “God Killer” sword with base, a shield, bow and arrows and her signature "Bracelets of Submission”.
On top of the accessories, a themed figure stands and a specially designed Themyscira island backdrop is included as well. The Wonder Woman figure is a timeless centerpiece with high screen authenticity. Open for pre-order now. Don’t let the “Wonder” slip by! 
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