This figure is about 4 inches tall (6-7 inches top to base). The figures in this titanium series were not meant to be posed or removed from their “chambers”. So as you see him is how he is meant to be. His pose is static. His feet are secured to the floor with screws. A clear glass cylinder covers the green giant. The base is grey plastic.
Now the figures are advertised as die cast figures and this is partially true. The figure is fairly heavy. However, without touching it I can’t be sure. The upper torso and arms appear genuinely to be metal. However, his legs seem to be shiny plastic. This does not necessarily detract from the look of the figure. but if it was fully metal I might be more impressed. The sculpting is very nice and the paint job pretty simple. This figure was made to show off it’s metal sheen, not a realistic depiction of the character.
The plastic dome has kept the figure in near perfect condition. But since mine was purchased used I have noticed slight scuffing on the arms where the dome has rubbed against him. Overall this is a neat piece and a nice option for anyone who wants a statue of the hulk without shelling out for a huge maquette. But he is quite small in comparison. If you want a colored metal hulk…this is your guy.
The figure was released back in 2006 or thereabouts and retailed for around $25. I was able to purchase mine on eBay for around $20.
Avg. eBay Price ranges:
- $20 loose / $30-60 in-package (7/19/17)
- $15-50 (4/27/16)
- $15-20 (4/16/15)
- $15-50 (2/4/14)