TOA Heavy Industries Synthetic Human 2nd Run 1:6-scale action figure by 1000toys Available Now

TOA Heavy Industries Synthetic Human 2nd Run 1:6-scale action figure by 1000toys Available Now

The prototype build of the male type Synthetic Human was developed by TOA Heavy Industries for special operations. The Synthetic Human will be stationed to the TOA Heavy Industries headquarters as a multi-role agent.

Being able to adapt to various environments, the Synthetic Human has a very high level of combat ability. But due to being a prototype, his outer aspects are incomplete, with the facial mask being a mere shell which mimics the human face. The early stage prototype of the Synthetic Human has a self-learning A.I. installed.

1:6-scale / 12 inches / 300 mm tall
highly articulated
designed and produced by 1000toys
includes Main Body / 1 pair Open Hands
2nd production run version
window boxed
ages 15+ years
official SEN-TI-NEL CO. LTD. product
About TOA Heavy Industries:

TOA Heavy Industries is a brand line developed in collaboration with Japanese manga artist Tsutomu Nihei. 1/6 Synthetic Human was the first figure in the line and immediately gained worldwide popularity. Its next-level articulation and attention to production detail helped 1000toys explode onto the scene and has defined our entire body of work from the start. The line has seen the release of many exciting 1/6 scale figures and has now expanded to include unique versions of characters from the G.I. Joe universe released in collaboration with the American lifestyle retailer BAIT. A newly re-engineered 1/12 scale Synthetic Human has inspired the launch of the nu:synth initiative - a new line of artist collaboration figures. Series one includes collaborations with renowned YouTubers Toy Pizza, veteran Japanese toymaker Mori Katsura of RealxHead, and indie action figure pioneer Matt Doughty of Onell Design.


Design: Tsutomu Nihei
Direction: Yuta Tobari
Modeling: Yuki Nakamura
Finishing: Yoji Hayakawa

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