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Sixth Scale Scar Predator Figure Coming in May from Hot Toys and Sideshow

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If you wind up with any cash at the end of this holiday season, you may want to put some aside and pre-order the Sixth Scale Scar Predator figure from Hot Toys and Sideshow that’s hitting toy store shelves in May, 2013.

Product Description:
Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are proud to present the Scar Predator Sixth Scale Collectible Figure from the film Alien vs. Predator. The movie-accurate Scar Predator collectible is specially crafted based on his image in the film, highlighting the newly developed head sculpt, highly detailed body armor, weapons and accessories, and detachable light-up mask.

The figures sell for $234.99 or $78.33/mo via a payment plan. Click here for more details and pre-ordering info. And if you’re curious about the other Predator figures Sideshow currently has available (beware: there’s a lot of them!), click here.

The Scar Predator Sixth Scale Figure features:

  • Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Scar Predator in the Alien vs. Predator movie
  • Realistic and accurate 1:6 scale, approximately 14 inches (35 cm) tall
  • Over 22 points of articulation
  • Newly developed head sculpt and thighs
  • Net on body and left & right arms
  • One (1) interchangeable expanded mouth
  • Six (6) pieces of interchangeable palms including:
  • One (1) pair of fists
  • One (1) pair of open palms
  • One (1) right palm for holding spear or shuriken
  • One (1) left palm for holding dagger
  • One (1) articulated shoulder cannon
  • One (1) extendable spear
  • One (1) metal dagger with sheath
  • One (1) shuriken
  • One (1) shuriken with blades
  • One (1) detachable face mask with LED light-up function
  • One (1) pair of forearm armor with six (6) interchangeable wrist metal blades of different lengths on right and self-destruct device on the left
  • One (1) chest armor and back armor
  • One (1) shoulder armor with straps
  • One (1) pair of thigh armor
  • One (1) pair of leg armor
  • Leather-like skirt with waist band
  • One (1) figure stand

    Sixth Scale Scar Predator Figure Coming in May from Hot Toys and Sideshow

    Sixth Scale Scar Predator Figure Coming in May from Hot Toys and Sideshow

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    • DavidFullam

      I thought Predators stunk real bad (and I agree with you, Predator 2 rules them all). The Predator/Super Predator rivalry struck me as a pretty tired old idea. And I really hated the look of the Super Preds, don’t mess with great, basic design. Don’t get me started on Adrien Brody’s nose.

    • DavidFullam

      Hope they improve on the Jay Leno face.

      • Rob

        Honestly, I never understood the ‘Jay Leno Face’ comments I’ve seen pertaining to this Predator. Because the movie states that these predators were ‘teenagers’, I always assumed that his features weren’t fully developed because he was young, and that’s why he looked different.

        And I’m sure I’m in the minority but I still think Predators is the worst, going more on expectations than anything else. I was so pumped for that movie and then when I saw it I felt underwhelmed, and then I started thinking about it and the more I thought about it the more it pissed me off. I think one of the biggest problems was the Super-Predators and the actors portraying them. Say what you want about AVP and AVP:R, but Ian Whyte, who played the main Preds in both of those, at least had body language. I mean, seriously, look at how Kevin Peter Hall and Ian Whyte act in their Predator movies (especially Kevin in Predator 2, which is my favorite of the Predator movies to be honest), and then look at Brian Steele and Cary Jones in Predators. They play the Predators like they’re generic monsters and it drives me up the fucking wall. Derek Mears played his Predator good, but he was criminally underused. And it wasn’t just the actors playing them, I felt that the concept of the Super Predators and the whole ‘dogs vs wolves’ line that Laurence Fishbourne made, to be honest it just felt like Nimrod and Robert were showing off Predator penis cars. And I like Robert Rodriguez’s films for the most part, but this was one of his weakest. So was Machete, so 2010 was really a bad year for him.

        But anyway, this figure looks good, I might have to pick it up, I know my wife would love it.

        • LifeMi

          I’ll third that; Predators was awful and killed any chance of a revival.

          • DavidFullam

            It’s a damn shame that the films simply can’t get the Predators right anymore.