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‘Man Of Steel’ Superman And Zod Figures Coming From Play Arts Kai

While Square Enix wasn’t quite ready to unveil its Man of Steel Play Arts Kai figures during Toy Fair 2013, the toymaker has finally posted official product images of Superman and his Kryptonian foe General Zod. Modeled in the likenesses of stars Henry Cavill and Michael Shannon, respectively, each of the roughly 9.5″ tall action figures will come equipped with flowing capes, specialized display bases and swappable alternate pieces. Supes is set to be a minimalist with just a pair of interchangeable fists/open hands, while Zod will come packed with an extra head, an alternate set of hands, and a bunch of space helmet-looking attachments to pop into his back, neck and head. Preorder sites are currently listing the figures at roughly $80 a piece, with estimated August shipping dates. This means fans will have to be a little patient for these massive figures following the MoS film’s June 14 release. You can browse all of the Square Enix Play Arts Kai Man of Steel action figure promo images, after the… leap.

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Superman

General Zod


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