Marvel animation “What if…?” has been officially aired, and Hot Toys has also launched a series of action figures based on this TV series. Captain Carter, who appeared in the first episode, would undoubtedly become an action figure first, then how its performance? Let’s take a look together!
Based on the Marvel comics of the same name, it is adapted into an animated series. Each episode changes the key moments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It explores if Steve Rogers did not accept the experiment, but SSR agent Peggy Carter became a super soldier, or if Doctor Strange lost his heart instead of his hands and other stories, to lead the audiences to enter uncharted territory.
So Peggy Carter instead of Steve Rogers to receive super-soldier serum and become the combat role of “Captain Carter”.
And this action figure reproduces the appearance of Carter wearing the British captain’s suit in the animation.
This Captain Carter action figure adopts a 1/6 scale, its total height is 290 mm, which is approx. 11.42 inches.
The batter suit uses real fabric materials and finely tailoring, which is very fit.
And the British flag pattern on the chest is also reproduced.
We can see that in the above animation screenshots, Captain Carter’s physique is relatively sturdy.
So Hot Toys this time uses a micro-muscular female figure’s body.
It also has nearly 28 points of articulation, which can act out a variety of different scenes.
As shown in the picture above, with the shield, it is easy to do a POSE that touching the ground.
Regarding the head sculpt, I believe it is the place that everyone pays the most attention to.
Compared with the original image in the animation, it still looks very similar.
After all, it’s easier to portray an animated head sculpt compared to live-action movies.
The outline of the facial features is very three-dimensional, and the makeup is simple and natural.
At the same time, it also depicts a human-like skin texture this time, so the face sculpt will have a slight effect of a real human face.
At the same time, the hair sculpt uses a coffee-colored, large-curly, medium-length haircut from the 1940s.
It can be noticed that this figure also comes with an interchangeable hair sculpture, which can recreate the look of the hair fluttering.
In addition to the hair sculptures and the shield printed with the British flag, it also provides one sword, one pistol, interchangeable hands, and one specially designed figure stand.
In addition, it can be noted that Hot Toys will also launch the Hydra Stomper figure and Steve Rogers figure.
The size of this Hydra Stomp action figure is really huge. It’s almost twice as tall as Captain Carter in terms of height.
When these three action figures are matched with each other, the playability is greatly improved.
Ps: Preview of The Hydra Stomper and Steve Rogers 1/6th Scale Figures
Expand your collection of What If…? So go to add the new Captain Carter action figure today!
ADDITIONAL DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Where to buy: Toy Origin Captain Carter 1/6th Scale Figure action figure
Made of plastic and fabric
Height: 11.42 inches (29cm)
Marvel | What If…? Disney+ series
1st Quarter 2023