Quantum Mechanix (QMx) have revealed their latest Marvel Q-Fig and this new Iron Man lights up!
The Marvel Iron Man diorama by Quantum Mechanix features shell head in his signature, high-tech armor and boasts an illuminated base of fiery jet exhaust (batteries included). Special metallic paint gives his armor a brilliant, eye-catching sheen as he blasts off on his next mission. The diorama is inspired by Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War.
The Iron Man Q-Fig diorama measures over 5.5 inches tall and will be priced at $19.95. It begins shipping in mid-June and joins the many other Marvel-branded products QMx will be releasing in 2017.
You can see pictures of this Q-Fig FX Diorama below and find it on their site here.
Today at noon PDT, Quantum Mechanix Inc. (QMx) will release for pre-ordering the much-anticipated Captain Jean-Luc Picard Master Series 1:6-scale articulated figure.
The figure is expected to ship in May. Our Captain Picard figure has more than 30 points of articulation, allowing him to be displayed in a number of dynamic poses. He features an authentically styled Star Trek: The Next Generation uniform with simulated leather boots and detailed 24th century accessories, including a phaser, communicator badge, tricorder, Personal Access Display Device (PADD) and the Captain’s Earl Grey tea cup. He also comes with multiple hands for a variety of poses and gestures.
Picard will be priced at $179.95. An exclusive version of the figure will only be available directly from qmxonline.com and select international distributors. This version will feature an additional phaser rifle and an extra set of hands for holding it. The exclusive edition Picard figure will be priced at $199.95.
The Captain Jean-Luc Picard Master Series 1:6-scale articulated figure is one of many Star Trek products QMx will be releasing in 2017 that celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek®: The Next Generation.
Our friends at QMx sent over details of the first release in their Master Series fine art program. This first release, which commemorates the day the caped crusader first appeared on comic book stands (March 30, 1939), is the Batman: Born of Blood art print, created by pop culture illustrator Doaly.
Capturing the turmoil of the Dark Knight’s tragic origins, the limited-edition lithograph is printed on heavy, museum-grade metallic paper stock and embellished with an embossed QMx logo for authenticity and added exclusivity.
The Batman: Born of Blood art print measures 24” x 36” and is limited to a hand-numbered edition of 500. Priced at $49.95, it will be available directly from qmxonline.com and select retailers. This print will be on sale Tuesday, April 11th at 12pm PT, with rolled copies shipping during the first half of May in sturdy, acid-free tubes.
Quantum Mechanix is always a favorite stop at toy fair and their 2017 offerings did not disappoint.
Their line of adorable Q-Figs continues to expand with a new Harry Potter, Iron Man and Pinky & the Brain being among the new reveals.
Their excellent 12″ figure line is also continuing and with 2017 being the 30th anniversary of both Star Trek: the Next Generation and The Princess Bride figures from both properties were on display. In fact, Captain Picard is the next 12″ figure on the way from QMx.
Also new in the booth were a line of premium notebooks from Supernatural, Batman and more – look for those in time for back to school.
Check out the entire QMx booth below.
Quantum Mechanix had some of my favorite new products at Toy Fair this past February and they didn’t disappoint with what they brought to SDCC.
Quantum Mechanix has fully stepped inton the 1:6 scale world displaying some amazing figures from Star Trek, Supernatural, Firefly, and the Princess Bride. The Star Trek line is their most expansive as it spans The Original Series, The Next Generation and an amazing movie Kirk and Spock.
Of course it wasn’t limited to just 1:6 scale figures as QMx has their hot Q-Figs on display, new plush items, a replica Guardians of the Galaxy Milano, the USS Franklin from Star Trek: Beyond and an amazing Millennium Falcon complete with interior details.
Be sure to check out the gallery below.
Via a blog post on their site, QMx has spilled the tea on their 2016 SDCC exclusives. This year they’ll be offering three exclusive products which will be available at booth #4145 and online during the show. The exclusives are:
DC Aquaman Q-Fig Max
Aquaman & Cthulhu is the first in their line of Q-Fig Max Figures, which feature extra-large dioramas that make these figures about twice the size of standard Q-Fig when viewed in their entirety.
Firefly Challenge Coin
The Keep Flying Challenge Coin features an intricately detailed view of Serenity in relief. The flip side displays the colorful Independents Army symbol bordered by the remembrance, “Never forget Serenity Valley.”
Suicide Squad Joker Pin
The Suicide Squad Joker Lapel Pin features the master criminal with bright green hair, a red gash of a mouth, and his name in royal purple.
Each year at ToyFair I always enjoy stopping at the Quantum Mechanix booth, but this year they really pulled out the stops and debuted some amazing product.
Star Trek is set to have a great year at QMx with new 12″ figures on display of Kirk and Spock. Targeting a high-end 1:6th scale collector, these figures wil include a ton of detail including real metal mesh on the communicators and a removeable type I phaser from the pistol. These look great! Also new from Star Trek were scaled ships that looked amazing – the original Enterprise and the refit NCC-1701-A. With an amazing price of $25, if you’re a fan of the ship of Star Trek you are not going to want to miss these.
Star Trek isn’t the only property getting some scale vehicles, look for the Bus from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Milano from Guardians of the Galaxy to be released in this format.
Supernatural fans also have something to look forward to as a pair of highly detailed smaller scale statues were on display that had incredilble likenesses. Fans of Dean and Sam will want to pick these up.
Q-Figs are also continuing strong and are getting some extra features (and cuteness). Look for offerings to expand to include Marvel characters and more effects and added features (like Mr. Freeze’s removeable dome).
The gallery below has a ton of pictures of the above products and more!
Quantum Mechanix always has an impressive booth space – this year it’s anchored by a huge, super detailed, model of the NCC-1701, USS Enterprise. Other new product on display include their new Mini Masters line of statues with both Firefly and Supernatural properties represented, new Q-Pop figures and 1:6 scale Captain Malcolm Reynolds and Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Check these, and more, out below.
One of my surprises at New York Toy Fair happened at the Quantum Mechanix booth. I was not expecting to see a 12″ Captain Picard, and yet here he was. Two new lines were introduced, Qbits (a smaller version of their QPops) and Mini Masters. Both of these new lines are launching with characters from Firefly. See these, and the other cool products on display in the gallery below.
Quantum Mechanix have announced the next two DC Comics Bombshell art prints set for release, Zatanna and Katana. These pin-up inspired prints by artist Ant Lucia measure 18″ x 24″ and are printed on 100-pound, satin finish paper. Both are priced at $14.95 and are available on the QMx website (Zatanna here, Katana here). Ten other DC Comics Bombshell prints are also available on QMx’s site including Wonder Woman, Catwoman and Batgirl.
Quantum Mechanix have released details on their SDCC exclusive merchandise for the year and, as expected, it’s gorgeous. The first two pieces, both special edition gold keychains were created just for SDCC and will be available for purchase at the QMx booth – #3249. The third exclusive item, a collection of three prints of Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy will be available both at the show and online at QMxOnline.com. Keep reading for details and pics of each of these three special items.
Star Wars Gold Millennium Falcon Metal Replica Key Chain ($14.95): The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy is docking at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014. This gold-plated, steel-alloy key chain was created using the official digital files from the Lucasfilm archives. This highly-detailed, 1:700 scale replica of the infamous Corellian freighter is being offered in a limited edition. The Falcon is just 2 inches long and comes equipped with a key ring, ready to accompany you on your adventures throughout the galaxy.
Firefly Gold Leaf on the Wind Key Chain/Pendant ($14.95): Like Wash, you too can be a leaf on the wind with this limited-run Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014 exclusive key chain, which can also be worn as a pendant. The world’s smallest gold Firefly sits atop a bronze-colored leaf attached to a heavy-duty key chain. Replace the chain with the included cord and the leaf can be worn as a necklace, making you one shiny, stylish Browncoat.
DC Comics Bombshells High-Flyers Poster Bundle ($24.95): The Amazing Amazon, Maiden of Mischief and the Vined Vixen are teaming up exclusively for Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014. This bombshell of a poster bundle features three lovely ladies of the DC Universe (Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy) for one low price. At just $24.95 for all three prints, this is sure to be a deal no vintage pin-up or comic book fan can pass up.
QMx is entering the world of high-end 1:6th scale action figures with the introduction of their Firefly Captain Malcolm Reynolds figure. Standing 12 inches tall, this figure packs in all the detail you’ve come to expect from QMx. Featuring a head sculpt by Trevor Grove, this figure includes 38 points of articulation, the character’s trademark browncoat, tight pants, suspenders and more. Priced at $179.95, this figure is on par with offerings from Hot Toys, Sideshow and Big Chief Studios. You can sign up for the waitlist, which gives your first dibs at preorders here. If you preorder through QMXOnline, you’ll get a bonus screen-accurate Lassiter and an extra hand to hold it with.
This figure is expected to ship in late Q3 of this year. Check out QMx’s awesome (as expected) work below…and if you’re headed to Dallas Comic-con this weekend see it for yourself!
Quantum Mechanix announced during EVE Fanfest 2014 that they’ve partnered with CCP Games to produce a line of highly detailed models from EVE Online. The collection is kicking off with the Gallente Megathron, featuring the hull design introduced in EVE Online: Retribution. This model measures roughly 10″ long and will be produced with the exteme attention to detail that QMx models are known for. No pricing or release dates have been announced yet, but stay tuned to the QMx Insider, QMx Twitter and QMx Facebook to stay updated on the Megathron and any future announcements of other ships from the EVE Online collection.
When I saw that Quantum Mechanix was at Toy Fair, I couldn’t help but stop and check out what they brought with them. They had some fantastic products on display but there were a few items which really caught my eye
- Star Trek: Voyager Comm Badge…I’ve already posted a few pics on my site, but the Star Trek: the Next Generation badge is fantastic, and the Voyager one looks just as good. I’ll be picking up one for sure – and for $20? It’s a no brainer.
- The DC Universe Q-Pop figures look great as well – they fun and can be personalized. Doesn’t your cube need Wonder Woman protecting it?
- The new Star Wars vehicle key chains look perfect – I half expected a tiny Boba Fett to walk out of the Slave I.
Check these and other products in the gallery below.
Quantum Mechanix has posted their newest addition to their Star Trek prop replicas, the Star Trek: Voyager (and Insurrection, Deep Space 9, First Contact, etc) comm badge. QMx started with one of the original molds, restored it and have made these awesome badges for the masses. The badges attach to your clothing by means of a very strong magnet – no holes in your uniform! Priced at just $20, you can’t go wrong. You won’t even mind that it’s got a glossy finish instead of a matte finish (my only gripe about the TNG badge). See the listing here.