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wookster

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Hot Toys - MMS 90 - Predator - 14" high fully poseable Predator colletible figure

This Predator collectible figure features:
- Realistic based 1/6 scale (14 inches/ 35 cm tall) Predator from the first Predator movie
- over 24 points of articulations
- Highly detailed armory and figure body with newly developed body chest , arms
- Removable mask with light-up laser nets( battery operated)
- Real fabric net body suit
- Interchangeable open and closed mandibles
- Articulated Shoulder Cannon
- Extendable Wrist Blades
- Wrist Computer
- Bone Trophies
- Highly retailed Medical kit
- Interchangeable hands
- Jungle featured display base

Simple assembly required
Release date: Q2, 2009


Predator TM & © 2009 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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For being one ugly motherfurcker, that thing is gorgeous. Between this and Dutch and the apes, that should pretty much take care of my collecting budget for the new year.
 

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Man, HT did not disappoint... this is the Predator and they really pulled out all the stops :rock

The lights in the helmet are a very cool touch, and totally unexpected.
 

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Agreed... A long 3 months but alteast i can save up more cash for this line. Buying extras of this line will cost me dearly...
 

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Better than having to wait close to a year for LOTR figures... 3 months seems like next week by comparison :lol

Hell yeah. It seems like in general around here, patience wears thinner and thinner on folks. 3 months for a figure you know will turn out good is a great deal, there's been 8 months waits for tragedies before.
 
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