When did collecting toys become a rich man’s endeavor? I went broke buying a Michael Jordan doll and NBA hoop set from Enterbay, now Hot Toys wants to completely drain my bank account with one of the greatest collectibles ever created.
Figures reports that one of Hot Toys’ ACHK (Ani-Com Hong Kong) pre-order exclusives comes as a big surprise that will please many fans: The Crow. Based on the book of the same name by James O’Barr, The Crow’s story follows Eric Draven, portrayed by Brandon Lee – son of the legendary Bruce Lee, who is revived from the dead to avenge his own murder as well as that of his fiancée by a gang of thugs. Hot Toys is presents the 1:6th scale Eric Draven Collectible Figure from this visually stunning and critically successful film.
The movie-accurate collectible is specially crafted based on the image of Brandon Lee as Eric Draven in the movie. It features newly developed head sculpt, highly detailed outfit, accessories and figure stand.
Hot Toys will be at the show offering fans exclusive 1:6th scale pre-order figures. Those that pre-order these special edition figures at the event will receive an exclusive accessory not to be found on the standard release.
The 1:6th scale Eric Draven Collectible Figure special features:
Release Date: Q1-2, 2014
– Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Brandon Lee as Eric Draven in The Crow
– Approximately 30 cm tall
– Slim body with over 30 points of articulations
– Three (3) pairs of interchangeable gloved palms including:
. One (1) pair of fists
. One (1) pair of holding palms
. One (1) pair of relaxed palms
– One (1) damaged black long sleeve t-shirt
– One (1) damaged black long coat
– One (1) leather-like black trousers
– One (1) pair of black boots
– One (1) crow with stand
– One (1) guitar
– One (1) necklace
– Figure stand with Eric Draven nameplate and the movie logo
– Head Sculpted by Yulli
– Head Painted by JC. Hong
– Head Art Directed by JC. Hong
– Costume Designed by Hai Lim
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