One:12 Collective Christopher Reeve Superman Figure Official Images And Details From Mezco

by Jay Cochran
June 12, 2020
Based on Richard Donner’s Academy Award nominated film “Superman”, the Man of Steel joins the One:12 Collective.

The One:12 Collective Superman – 1978 Edition is outfitted in his iconic suit from the film, which proudly displays the ‘House of El’ family crest and features a cape with an integrated posing wire. Two head portraits are included depicting Christopher Reeves portrayal of Superman. The Last Son of Krypton comes complete with a Fortress of Solitude base that features a light-up function which can be activated by specific placement of the included Kryptonian crystals, or via an on/off switch.

Superman comes with a range of Kryptonite accessories including a fragment which can be held in his left hand, and a Kryponite pendant with a real chain, as used by Lex Luthor in the film.

Sent to Earth from his dying planet of Krypton, Kal-El is raised by farmers Johnathan and Martha Kent who name him Clark and raise him as their own. Discovering he has extraordinary powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men, Clark soon becomes his adoptive home’s first and greatest hero – Superman.


THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE SUPERMAN FIGURE FEATURES:
All-new One:12 Collective body with over 28 points of articulation
Two (2) head portraits
Hand painted authentic detailing
Approximately 16cm tall
Nine (9) interchangeable hands
One (1) pair of fists (L&R)
One (1) pair of flying hands (L&R)
Two (2) pairs of posing hands (L&R)
One (1) of Kryptonite shard holding hand (L)


COSTUME:
Fitted suit with authentic detailing as seen in the Superman movie
Cape with integrated posing wire
Waist belt
Knee-high boots


ACCESSORIES:
One (1) Fortress of Solitude base with light-up function
Three (3) Kryptonite crystals (activates light-up function)
One (1) Kryptonite fragment
One (1) Kryptonite pendant necklace with real chain
One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post

Each One:12 Collective Superman – 1978 Edition figure is packaged in a collector friendly tin, designed with collectors in mind. The cost is $125 and should ship this Fall. You can pre-order this figure now on the Mezco website.
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Nickg253 - 2020-06-17 @ 7:12 am

41055_1529445590 - 2020-06-14 @ 9:20 am

The face is not so bad as it is wrong. I don't recall him ever smiling quite like that, but apparently he did as they must be pulling it from somewhere in the movie material. There were certainly much better options for facial expressions than this one, for sure.

Satam - 2020-06-14 @ 4:34 am
20 minutes ago, Smiths_Customs98 said:

I am glad that they updated their website to feature the yellow S on the back of the cape.

Now if they would just update it to fix that ugly $#@%ing grin, I might even try to buy the thing.

Smiths_Customs98 - 2020-06-14 @ 4:18 am

I am glad that they updated their website to feature the yellow S on the back of the cape.

JayC - 2020-06-13 @ 10:38 am
13 hours ago, Atlantis said:

Where's the yellow S that's supposed to be on the back of the cape??

Its missing, hopefully the figure will get some tweeking before the final release. I noticed it is still available which is nice to see even though when the site was first getting hammered with traffic it was very difficult to place an order.

Jeddostotle7 - 2020-06-13 @ 8:57 am
7 hours ago, FASVB said:

This figure is good. But pricey, but that creepy smile OMG. Horrible choice. I'm gonna get a custom OldBoy head as soon as possible. Will take the figure to a whole new level.

They could have thrown in a angry look or one with red eyes. Anything would be better than that creepy ass smile.

Great companion piece for Keaton Bats.

I think they were at least partially trying to respond to lower-key complaints about the lack of a smiling head with a number of their releases that would have made sense to have one (comics Superman, both comics Wonder Women, comics Aquaman, etc.), but they're just... not great at sculpting genuine smiles. There's something about the expression they're not capturing.

No1WonderFan - 2020-06-13 @ 4:51 am

Ehhhh...something's not right. And the "smiling" face is terrifying.

FASVB - 2020-06-13 @ 1:24 am

This figure is good. But pricey, but that creepy smile OMG. Horrible choice. I'm gonna get a custom OldBoy head as soon as possible. Will take the figure to a whole new level.

They could have thrown in a angry look or one with red eyes. Anything would be better than that creepy ass smile.

Great companion piece for Keaton Bats.

InspectorZartan - 2020-06-12 @ 10:28 pm
4 hours ago, superjoe7 said:

it took me like 8 tries to get them to accept my payment... very bad website

Mine went through on 2nd attempt but yeah not ideal

InspectorZartan - 2020-06-12 @ 10:26 pm

Ordered mine. Well no debate on which head Ill be displaying (not the Smiling one).

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