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IN THIS SPECIAL DOUBLE-SIZED FOURTH ISSUE OF LOOKBOOK 3A, we take an extensive look at the fourth figure in our 1/6th scale Real Steel series. NOISY BOY is the culmination of everything we’ve achieved with the previous Real Steel figure releases and embodies our most intricate and innovative features to date. NOISY BOY is a Japanese robot who fought Rubicon for the WRB belt in 2016. He had a WRB record of 15-1 (plus one loss to MIDAS as an illegal circuit fighter). His only WRB loss was to Rubicon in 2016 which was a close match up until the third round where Rubicon got lucky with an uppercut that knocked out NOISY BOY. His last fight was lost to MIDAS, at Crash Palace where Noisy lost his right arm and head. Noisy’s head was welded on the exit of Crash Palace.


NOISY BOY - 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure - Fully Articulated, Noisy Boy Stands Over 17 Inches (43.5cm) Tall - Incredibly Detailed and Articulated Endo Skeleton and Armor - Over 500 LED Lights Throughout The Figure (Eyes, Chest, Abdomen, Back, Arms, Thighs and Lower Legs) - Randomized Animated LED Sequence on Forearms Displaying Five Different Symbols - Realistic Rubberized Tread on Bottom of Feet - Metallic Style Paint Application on Outer Armor - Bambaland Exclusive Edition Includes Headset and Bot Controller *Design and color may change on final shipping version

3A is a toy, publishing and entertainment company founded in 2008 by Kim Fung Wong and Ashley Wood. Best known for creating the toy series from Ashley Wood’s Popbot, World War Robot and Adventure Kartel 3A has extended its award-winning design and production techniques towards licensed properties such as Valve’s Portal 2 and Team Fortress 2, Konami’s Metal Gear Solid and 343 Industries’ Halo franchise in addition to an upcoming toy series with Marvel designed by Ashley Wood.

threeA Toys 3/F A Jone Mult Industrial Building 169 Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. © 2014 threeA Toy Holdings, All rights reserved. No part of this catalog may be copied or reproduced in any manner without written permission of the owners. Real Steel is a trademark and copyright of DreamWorks II Distribution Co., LLC. All rights reserved. © 2014 DreamWorks II

LOOKBOOK 3A Issue 004 - Real Steel: Noisy Boy