The Hazmat Guy is exclusive to set 8804, LEGO Series 4 Collectible Minifigures.
Parts and Accessories
The Hazmat Guy is composed of four main parts - helmet, head, torso, and legs.
The helmet is a new part in light orange. It is a radioactive containment suit with a black hazardous waste sign printed on the front. The back is similar to some older suits, like part x40, for the sprayer to be attached to.
The head is yellow with a new facial print featuring a scared look. There are wrinkles under the eyes and on its forehead.
The torso and arms are orange with black hands. There torso also has a hazardous waste sign printed on it along with a belt. Most of this is covered by his suit but the belt is still slightly visible.
The legs are light orange and the hips are black.
This figure comes with a very unique accessory. It's a sprayer with a flexible hose attached to the bottom. The hose can be attached to the back of the suit, as seen in White Fang's review on Eurobricks.
“This is a job for the Hazmat Guy! Er, do you smell something funny?”
When you’ve got a bad case of mysterious glowing goo in your city, the hard-working Hazmat Guy is just the fellow to call. Whether the job involves searching the sewers for mutant sludge or cleaning up after giant radioactive chickens from outer space, he’s always ready to put on his airtight protective suit, grab his hi-tech equipment, and make the streets safe and tidy once more.
Of course, when you get sent into dangerous situations to handle hazardous materials every day, you’re bound to get a little jittery. Although he never backs away from an emergency, the Hazmat Guy is always nervous that this is the one time his gear won’t work. After all, with all of the crazy substances he’s been exposed to, it’s a wonder he hasn’t grown an extra face on the other side of his head!
Army Building Potential
The ABP for this figure is high. The suit/gun I can see as being highly sought after items. This is the first time we've seen a hazmat figure of any kind.
Feeling It Out
I would try feeling for the suit and a flexible piece.
Series 4 will be using the same 'dot code' approach to identifying which figures are inside each pack. The following dot codes were provided by minifigcollector.com who will have a corresponding app for Android smart phones. You can see the entire dot code sheet here.
The Big Draw
I think the entire figure is the draw here. The suit/gun offers a lot of custom potential.