NECA's Huge Armored Assassin Predator Action Figure Strikes
Love it or hate it, you have to admit this figure from The Predator is impressive.
NECA strikes again with its latest release announcement, this time from Shane Black's The Predator sequel. The Armored Assassin Predator, first revealed as a very early prototype at last year's San Diego Comic-Con, has decloaked in all of its finalized glory.
This figure is huge, standing at almost a foot tall, and comes with a ton of accessories, including two interchangeable heads. NECA seemed especially excited to unveil this figure to their fans on Twitter, as you can see below, previewing it a day earlier than originally teased.
From the new Predator movie directed by Shane Black! The Assassin Predator is in pursuit of the Fugitive Predator… And due to its massive size and genetic modifications (in its armored form it has nearly bulletproof exoskin) it has the clear advantage.
The Deluxe Armored Assassin action figure stands nearly a foot tall and has two interchangeable heads, two pairs of hands, and a detachable wrist blade and wrist cannon.
Comes in collector-friendly deluxe window box packaging with opening flap.
- Nearly 12 inches tall (30.48cm)
- Fits with 7 inch scale figures
- Made of plastic
- Based on the 2018 film "The Predator"
- Collector-friendly deluxe window box packaging
- Smaller Predator not included
- Armored Assassin Predator figure
- Alternate head
- 2 Pairs of hands
- Wrist blade
- Wrist cannon
The Deluxe Armored Assassin Predator is available for pre-order now for $55.99 with an estimated release window scheduled for the second quarter of 2019. Is this figure a must-have for your collection? Now, get to the choppa!
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