Wonder Woman 1984 was supposed to come out this month, but because of the global pandemic, it’s pushed its theater debut to August. Promotion is still ongoing for the film though, and Hot Toys has decided to reveal their Golden Armor Wonder Woman.
Here’s the official description:
“Nothing good is born from lies. And greatness is not what you think.”
Wonder Woman returns to the silver screen with more appealing looks in the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984. As the ultimate embodiment of power, grace, wisdom and wonder, fans’ beloved Amazon warrior princess will come into conflict with her formidable foes in the 1980s wearing her iconic outfits.
Gained tremendous popularity after its first appearance in DC All Stars Event, today Hot Toys is proud to present the most detailed look of Diana Prince’s sparkling armor with the 1/6th scale Golden Armor Wonder Woman collectible figure (Deluxe Version) prior to the official release of Wonder Woman 1984. Crafted with special attention to reproduce the authentic details found on the Golden Armor and armor wings, the outfit is painted with fine metallic gold color that flaunts a subtle metallic shimmer, giving the incredible design greater texture and visual interest.
Skillfully crafted based on the image of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in the movie, the movie-accurate figure features a newly developed head sculpt with long curly dark brown real fabric hair, a specialized body tailored for Wonder Woman, a set of armor wings in neutral mode, a shiny helmet, Wonder Woman’s signature weapon “Lasso of Truth”, and a specially designed dynamic figure stand for display.
Along with the astonishing figure and accessories, this deluxe version will also include an additional set of massive spread wings, measures approximately 67cm wide, designed with extended articulation for wider posing range that accentuates flying and stand-by mode, allowing fans to fully recreate the breathtaking aerial scenes.
Wonder Woman is armed and ready for battle! Don’t miss out on this exceptional figure collection.
The official description doesn’t really give us any details on how Diana gets the suit, but my personal guess is that it will have something to do with Egypt and their connection to the Thanagarians (i.e., Hawkman and Hawkgirl). If you’re wondering about comic origins, Alex Ross has given us our first look at this armor with Kingdom Come.
Going back to the figure though, it looks like it will be taking a lot of shelf space with the size of those wings. I guess you can display it flying by itself, but if you want the figure next to other characters, it’s likely you’re going to keep those things folded up.
For now, we wait for Wonder Woman 1984 to come out in theaters on Aug. 14.