Monday, March 29, 2010

Mr. Freeze DC Superheroes Series Action Figure by Mattel


Chris: Es mejor que pensemos esto con cabeza fría... 

•• Mr. Freeze: Nop, está decidido !!!... Compraremos el refrigerador antiguo... Detesto los refrigeradores No Frost !!! PSHHHHH MUAHAHAHA... 

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En 1959, la mente inquieta del genial Bob Kane inventó un contrincante para su pupilo más famoso: Batman, y aunque originalmente se llamó Mr. Zero, años después recibió el nombre por el cual es conocido en la actualidad: Mr Freeze. 


El Dr. Victor Fries, luego de ser expuesto a una combinación desconocida de sustancias químicas, quedó condenado a usar de por vida un traje criogénico, para mantener bajo cero su temperatura corporal, pues de otra forma moriría. 

Su tragedia no termina allí, pues a su amada esposa le fue diagnosticada una extraña enfermedad terminal, por lo cual él decide congelarla hasta que halle la cura. 

Aunque es un científico, debe convertirse en criminal para financiar el mantenimiento de su traje y poder cuidar de su esposa criogenizada; es decir, detrás de sus actos delictivos hay razones de supervivencia y de amor... Su corazón no es tan frío como parece.

Otra atractiva figura de colección facilitada por un amigo mío y colega coleccionista, para el disfrute de cada vez más visitantes. Está basada en el diseño de personaje para Batman: The Animated Series (1992) de DC, a cargo de Mike Mignola, famoso por haber creado a Hellboy. 


Como todas las piezas de Mattel para DC, tiene muy buena articulación, su trabajo de pintura y nivel de detalle son estupendos, tiene 7 1/2" de alto y los accesorios que ofrece son: el backpack y su enorme arma congelante, que la convierten en una figura muy, muy deseable... Brrrrrrrrrr !!!

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Chris: Better if we think this with cool head...

•• Mr. Freeze: Nope, it’s determined !!!... We’ll buy the old refrigerator... I hate to death No Frost refrigerators !!!" PSHHHHH MUAHAHAHA... 
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In 1959, the restless mind of the brilliant Bob Kane invented a match for his most famous pupil: Batman, and although he was originally called Mr. Zero, years later he received the name by which he’s known currently: Mr Freeze. 


Dr. Victor Fries, after he was exposed to an unknown combination of chemicals, remained sentenced to use a cryogenic suit lifetime, to maintain his body temperature below zero, otherwise he would die. 

His tragedy doesn’t end there, because his beloved wife was diagnosed with a rare terminal illness, for which he decided to freeze her until is found a cure. 

Though he’s a scientist, must become a criminal to finance the maintenance of his cryogenic suit and to take care of his wife cryogenically preserved ; that is to say, behind his criminal acts are grounds of survival and love... His heart is not as cold as it seems.

Another attractive figure provided by a friend of mine and fellow collector, for the enjoyment of more and more visitors. It’s based on the character design for Batman: The Animated Series (1992) of DC, by Mike Mignola, famous for the creation of Hellboy. 


Like all the pieces from Mattel for DC, it has very good articulation, the paint job and details are great, it’s 7 1/2" high and the accessories it offers are: the backpack and its huge cold gun, that make it a very, very desirable figure... Brrrrrrrrrr !!!

10 comments:

LEon said...

Oh mine. This mr Freeze is one handsome figure.

chrismandesign said...

hehehe... yep, Mike Mignola has a really nice style for character design... i must say i’m envious with my friend/fellow for this figure & his cold gun blows my mind... (0)╦═╦(0)

Freak Studio said...

Yep, that's the one I have in my Batman display.

chrismandesign said...

good for u Freak... it’s a fabulous figure, a prodigality of good taste, but as a close friend/colleague is the owner of this one, i must pass to own my own... LOL

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

This Mr Freeze toy looks really cool! I like the ice on it and the cables connecting the tank to the rifle. Make me a nice cool ice blend! Ha! Ha!

chrismandesign said...

uhmmmm... Dennis, u mean cool or cool ??? kjakajkajakjkajkajkajkajkaja... that’s what i call a cold blood stupid joke LOL... all the details in this figure makes it desirable as heck (i mean cold heck =PPPP) one of the best DC character figures i ever seen...

GunStray said...

My first favorite Baddie, and He looks unmeasurably, well cool^^

Love the details especially the head and the Big F***ken(Freeze)Gun

chrismandesign said...

LOL F**ken(Freeze) Gun... since i saw the Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin movie (KK that was a piece of crap but...) i was amazed by the design of Mr. Freeze suit, so this good villian appeared on my radar... this figure is a sweet cake definitely !!!

RICARDO said...

... se me congelaron las tibias y el perone cuando vi esta espectacular figura de dc hecha por mattel...

... uffffffff...

...creo que mattel esta a un muy buen nivel como para no comprer sus productos...

...mmm... una cuestion don chris... acaso ud le tiene bronca a robin???

... no lo veo en este vecindario...

chrismandesign said...

el único Robin que quizás vea por aquí jefe, sería el Nightwing... de resto, apague y vamonos...