Warmachine and the Mark I Iron Man (aka First Appearance Iron Man). Both comic versions.
So here’s my quick rant. Iron Man figures are pretty cool. They look fantastic. And have a very complete set of articulation.
Sure they have the usual shoddy paint applications and the way their hips are plugged in at the pelvis vertically (rather than horizontally) makes for some weird finagling when you want to pose them. But they’ll still superb toys.
Except they really aren’t much fun to pose & play with. You can pose them and display them. Or you can play with them by smashing them against each other like how most kids seem to play with their toys.
I did a lot of that posing on the fly. That is to say, I put the two toys against one another and readjusted their balance on the spot. Each pose only took me seconds to achieve. Sure, I pre-posed them for some poses, then adjusted things once I put them together, but still, I could do it all on the spot.
Not so with the Iron Man 2 toys. Due to their weird hips configuration and generally overly tight joints (particularly with the ankles), it’s hard to adjust things in an on the spot. Some parts are easier to move than others, but generally, I found the way to deal with the Iron Man 2 toys is to pre-pose them, then have another, more playable toy do most of the actual work.
Anyway, this isn’t to say that they aren’t great toys with great display values. They are. It’s just that they aren’t too much fun when you want to do pose & play. That’s all I’m sayin’.