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I've been waiting a year for this. (cue the Black Sabbath music) Since the announcement of Hong Kong collectible toy company's ambitious new Movie Masterpiece Diecast line of figures — figures that use actual metal parts — I've spent countless hours oogling over the images of the Iron Man 3 Mark XLII suit. I almost immediately preordered the figure, and now, a year later and after several delays here it finally is. Was it worth the wait?


For ages, Kotaku's Luke Plunkett has taunted me with pictures of Hot Toys figures, the most spectacular sixth-scale, highly-articulated, true-to-life (where applicable) toys available. Now I've gotten my hands on one — the Iron Man Mark XXI Midas Armour sold by Sideshow Collectibles and I may have been better off without.


Iron Man? More like Medicine Man. Or, in this Chinese TV spot, Kang Zhi Ba Man. In China, Kang Zhi Ba is a brand of pharmaceuticals, and this commercial is for Norfloxacin capsules, which are used to treat urinary tract infections as well as typhoid fever, intestinal infections and gonorrhoea.


This morning we're looking at the art of Justin Fields, who over the last few years has worked at some of Hollywood's best concept and effects studios, such as The Aaron Sims Company, Amalgamated Dynamics and Halon Entertainment.


Despite the luke-warm responses to Iron Man 3's special China cut, the movie's co-production company is looking to make the Chinese portions (most of which cut from international release) into a short prologue film.