The model is very well detailed just like his brothers, and of course locks together with Fulgrim’s base to form a diorama of their famous duel at Istvaan V.
Ferrus Manus is available for 55 pounds (~$95) from Forge World.
he Primarch of the Iron Hands Legion was a figure of legend amongst the peoples of his home world of Medusa, named by them ‘the Gorgon’ after the most ancient of mythic creatures. Ferrus was amongst the strongest of the Primarchs, reflected in this giant figure, dwarfing many of his brother Primarchs.
Ferrus Manus was blessed of a physiology remarkable even amongst the Primarchs. His arms were sheathed in liquid metal, the result, so the legends of Medusa claim, of a battle fought against the mightiest of beasts before he was re-united with the Emperor. His armour is as heavy and impenetrable as that of a super-heavy tank, yet he keeps both arms uncovered so that he might bring their full might to bear. The base of Ferrus Manus can also be combined with Fulgrim’s to create a diorama of the two Primarchs duelling, as shown is some of the photographs of the model.
Ferrus Manus, designed by Simon Egan, is an amazingly detailed multi-part resin model armed with Forgebreaker and equipped with the Medusan Carapace. This latest edition to our Horus Heresy Character Series stands atop a scenic base depicting the carnage on Isstvan V .–Courtesy of Forge World
So many Primarchs, so little time! For now though, enjoy the video!
Oh and don’t forget to checkout my unboxings of the other Primarch models HERE -MBG
Virginia Restless, Miniature Painter & Cat Juggler. I blame LEGOs. There was something about those little colored blocks that started it all. Twitter @CatdaddyMBG