The Figma blog has unveiled the first official images of the upcoming Figma City Hunter Predator – Takeya Takeyuki Arranged Version. A redesigned version of the main antagonist from 1990's Predator 2, the figure includes two interchangeable heads, a removable biomask, wrist blades, extended and retracted spears, a plasmacaster, open and closed smart discs, a blade with sheath, and an articulated figure stand.
Additionally, the figure features articulated dreadlocks and one of the includes heads features an articulated lower jaw for some added posing options.
Check out all the official details posted below...
The proud interstellar hunter as an action figure designed by Takayuki Takeya!
From the classic sci-fi action movie “Predator 2” comes a figma action figure of a Predator, specially designed by sculptor Takayuki Takeya! The figure has been sculpted and painted with careful supervision by Takayuki Takeya himself!
– The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of different scenes.
– A flexible plastic is used in specific areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
– The figure comes with two face plates including an intimidating expression with an articulated jaw, as well as an expression with closed eyes.
– Optional parts include the Predator’s Bio-Mask, two Wristblades of different length as well as both an open and closed Smart Disc.
– An extendable spear with interchangeable parts and a ceremonial dagger are also included.
– A postcard featuring Takayuki Takeya’s original Predator design illustration is included with the figure.
– An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
– Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included.
– Approximately 160mm in height.
The Figma City Hunter Predator is available for pre-order now.
Slated for release in Japan this December, it will be priced at 12,800 Yen (about $118 USD).
What do you think of this impressive looking figure, Infinite Earths fans?
Source: Figma Blog
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