NECA Celebrates 10th Anniversary of the Friday the 13th Reboot with New Figure
Can you believe it's already almost been ten years since this movie arrived?
NECA seems determined to release every version of Jason Voorhees that has ever graced the screen and we are totally fine with that! To celebrate the release of the 2009 reboot of Friday the 13th, our favorite horror collectible company is releasing an Ultimate version of Jason, as portrayed by the imposing Derek Mears. While this particular iteration of the hockey-masked slasher was a bit different than what fans were used to, he was nevertheless terrifying and intimidating.
In usual NECA fashion, his action figure features a number of awesome accessories, all of which you can check out in the description and pictures below.
For the 10th anniversary of the 2009 Friday the 13th reboot, NECA presents the Ultimate 2009 Jason action figure!
The 2009 film reimagined Jason in a different (but still terrifying) light, and this figure is extra-detailed to match. It features two interchangeable heads (one has a removable mask) and the all-new, extra-articulated Ultimate body, plus loads of accessories: machete, axe, fire poker, hammer and screwdriver.
Comes in display-friendly window box packaging with opening flap.
While the 2009 reboot is far from being the most favored film in the series, this Ultimate 2009 Jason is a must-have for collectors of the franchise's action figure line. We can't wait to see what NECA has in store next for Camp Crystal Lake.
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