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Hot Toys Nick Fury Figure Looks Real Enough To Call You a Mofo

Hot Toys has revealed their 1/6 scale Nick Fury figure based on Samuel L. Jackson’s likeness in the upcoming Avengers movie. As always, the attention to detail is extraordinary.

Hit the jump for the complete set of details and an image gallery.

The movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury in the movie, highlighting the newly developed head sculpt, highly detailed costume, weapons and accessories.

The 1/6th scale Nick Fury Limited Edition Collectible Figurine specially features:
– Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury in The Avengers movie
– Approximately 30 cm tall
– TrueType body with over 30 points of articulations
– Movie-accurate facial features with left eye mask, detailed wrinkles, skin texture and moustache
– Eight (8) pieces of interchangeable gloved palms including:
– One (1) pair of relaxed palms
– One (1) pair of fists
– One (1) pair for holding rocket gun
– One (1) right palm for holding pistol
– One (1) right palm for holding luggage
– Two (2) pairs of interchangeable palms including:
– One (1) pair of relaxed palms
– One (1) pair for holding pistol
– Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted

– One (1) black long coat
– One (1) long-sleeve black shirt
– One (1) patterned under tee
– One (1) pair of navy blue pants with belts on waist and thighs, as well as pistol holster
– One (1) pair of black boots

– One (1) pistol
– One (1) rocket gun

– One (1) headset
– One (1) silver suitcase with light-up Tesseract (Cosmic Cube) and patterns inside (battery operated)
– Figure stand with Nick Fury nameplate and the movie logo

– Head Sculpted by Kojun
– Head Painted by JC. Hong
– Head Art Directed by JC. Hong

Pricing and release date information has not been revealed.

(via HotToys)


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