Sack Head Jason from Friday the 13th Part 2 is Now a Living Dead Doll
This figure is adorable... and deadly.
Mezco is releasing a brand-new licensed figurine of Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th as a part of its popular Living Dead Dolls series. While there have been a few different Jason looks getting a similar treatment over the years, collectors are this time getting the infamous "Sack Head Jason" look, as portrayed by Steve Dash in Friday the 13th Part 2.
The figure looks great and features Jason's flannel outfit and mask made out of real cloth, as well as rooted hair and some seriously cool accessories. The highlight of this doll, however, definitely has to be the severed head of his mother, Pamela Voorhees.
The deluxe edition of the infamous masked maniac comes outfitted just as he did in the film in denim overalls with a plaid shirt underneath. Jason wears a sack over his head with one eye peeking out, searching for his next victim. Remove the sack to reveal the abomination underneath.
The deluxe Jason Voorhees has a real cloth outfit, sack mask, rooted hair, and comes complete with a pickaxe that fits neatly in his right hand. Also included is the severed, mummified head of his mother, straight from his own personal shrine.
The Deluxe Edition Living Dead Dolls Friday The 13th Part II: Jason Voorhees stands 10” tall and features 5 points of articulation. He is packaged in a die-cut window box, perfect for display
The Deluxe Edition Friday the 13th Part II: Jason Voorhees is available for pre-order on Mezco's website for $50 with a release window of April to June 2019.
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