Hot Toys Golden Armor Wonder Woman (WW84) Figure Unboxing — First Look

“Nothing good is born from lies. And greatness is not what you think.”

Just ahead of the worldwide release, Sideshow’s newest FIRST LOOK video gives fans an up-close look at two versions of the new Golden Armor Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure by Hot Toys, based on the stunning Golden Eagle Armor worn by Diana of Themyscira in the movie Wonder Woman 1984.

These stunning movie-accurate figures are skillfully crafted and individually hand-painted based on the likeness of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in the movie. Both versions feature a newly developed head sculpt with real fabric hair, a specialized sixth scale body custom-tailored for Wonder Woman, the golden armor of Asteria, a helmet, Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth, and more!

First Look at the Figures

First, check out the unboxing video for this detailed collectible and find out even more about the Golden Armor Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure as host Guy Klender walks you through every aspect of the unboxing experience from packaging to posing. See the figure’s articulation, the shimmering gold paint applications, the unique wings, and more.




Wonder Woman, WW84

Wonder Woman — who fights for those who cannot fight for themselves, whose strength defies challenge, and whose courage always shines — is now back to save the day once more. As the ultimate embodiment of power, grace, wisdom, and wonder, fans’ beloved Amazon warrior princess Diana of Themyscira comes into conflict with her formidable foes of the 1980s wearing some iconic outfits in Wonder Woman 1984, her sophomore cinematic outing.

The Golden Eagle Armor is a suit of ceremonial Amazon armor first seen in the groundbreaking comic series Kingdom Come, making its live action debut in WW84. In the film, it is also known as the armor of Asteria, named for the greatest of Amazons, and features predominantly in the fight against a transformed Barbara Minerva, now the Cheetah.

What’s in the Box?

The Golden Armor Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure features:

  • An authentic and detailed hand-painted likeness of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Wonder Woman 1984
  • A newly developed head sculpt with movie-accurate facial expression and makeup
  • Real fabric hair
  • Newly developed sixth scale body with over 28 points of articulation
  • Golden armor and wings with specially applied metallic paint
  • One set of armored wings in “neutral mode”
  • 6 interchangeable hands for a variety of posing and display options
  • One newly created Wonder Woman golden armor with specially applied metallic paint
  • One pair of silver-colored bracelets
  • One pair of metallic gold boots
  • One Lasso of Truth
  • One metallic gold helmet (wearable on head sculpt)
  • A specially designed figure display stand with movie logo and character nameplate

The DELUXE Golden Armor Wonder Woman Sixth Scale Figure features:

  • An authentic and detailed hand-painted likeness of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Wonder Woman 1984
  • A newly developed head sculpt with movie-accurate facial expression and makeup
  • Real fabric hair
  • Newly developed sixth scale body with over 28 points of articulation
  • Golden armor and wings with specially applied metallic paint
  • One set of interchangeable spread wings with articulation for flying mode and “standby mode”
  • One set of armor wings in “neutral mode”
  • 6 interchangeable hands for a variety of posing and display options
  • One newly created Wonder Woman golden armor with specially applied metallic paint
  • One pair of silver-colored bracelets
  • One pair of metallic gold boots
  • One Lasso of Truth
  • One metallic gold helmet (wearable on head sculpt)
  • A specially designed dynamic figure display stand with movie logo and character nameplate

Once you’ve checked out everything this FIRST LOOK video has to offer, then be sure to bring home this fabulous DC Comics collectible to protect your shelf of super hero statues and figures.

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