FanHome – Iron Man Partwork Build Up Model Subscription Box #4 Review


Fanhome is offering a new subscription box consisting of an Iron Man Partwork Build Up Model that is made of both metal and high-quality ABS. Iron Man comes in pieces in each box, and you need to put each piece together to create this 24″ collectible figure. Iron Man Mark III armor features LED lights on the reactor, hand repulsors, boot thrusters and mask visor, and the figure is loaded with articulation and detail.

The subscription starts at the introductory price of $1.00 USD, and each part of Iron Man you build comes with its own magazine that features instructions for assembly, and explores both Marvel films and comic books through the character’s history.

Thank you to FanHome for providing their Iron Man Partwork Build Up Model Subscription Box #4 for review. 

Availability: Subscription going on now.

The subscription box is a standard shipping box, with purple and brown, with the FanHome logo in the front. Inside, is everything included, including four magazines, and four bags that includes all the parts needed to complete the build. The video above showcases an in-depth look of the magazines along with the step by step instructions of the building process.

This box includes issues 11, 12, 13, and 14 and focuses on completing the right arm to build Iron Man, including the bicep and shoulder joints. Each magazine has different articles related to Iron Man throughout the pages of Marvel Comics, along with different poses of Iron Man on the cover, and a look at different comic books on the back and inside.

Watch the video above for a closer look at the assembly instructions and articles in each magazine.

Issue 11 focuses on the shoulder joint, including the frame springs, frame and shoulder covers. This is mostly the interior parts of the shoulder, and in issue 14 you will complete the exterior parts of the shoulder.

Issue 12 focuses on the bicep, and connecting the shoulder joint to it. The bicep parts are made of die-cast and painted in metallic red deco. Also included are stickers to put on the ends of the bicep joint as shown in the instructions, and a new screwdriver.

Issue 13 completes the bicep, by placing on the arm plate that is made of plastic and painted in gold. You will also be placing the spring on the shoulder joint, where the shoulder support piece will be spring loaded.

Issue 14 completes the shoulder joint with the outer parts, which are made of die-cast with metallic red deco. The final step is to connect the right hand along with the cover for it on top.

Overall, the quality and detail on this is amazing, and once put completely together this figure is going to look amazing! Fans are surely in for a treat with the subscription, and the free posters adds value to this offering. The assembly is a lot of fun to do and you get satisfaction when plating a step. My recommendation would be to subscribe, and sets like this have been extremely popular to do during quarantine.




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