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ThreeZero’s New Leatherface Sixth Scale Figure Gets Images and Pre-Order Release

To this day, nothing is scarier than the very first Leatherface.

Previewed last month, Sideshow Collectibles and ThreeZero today introduce the sixth scale Leatherface collectible figure from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Standing 12.6″, this figure features a lifelike accuracy to the character in the horror film (played by the late Gunnar Hansen) and features fabric hair implantation, an authentic gruesomely sculpted mask, and tailored clothing with finely detailed weathering.

The figure also comes with weapons including a chainsaw, hammer, and hook.

Interchangeable hands include:

  • One (1) pair of relaxed hands
  • One (1) pair for holding weapons
  • One (1) right hand for gripping Chainsaw

The sixth scale Leatherface figure just went up for pre-order, with an expected arrival date of April-June 2018. You can grab yours for $168 through Sideshow Collectibles.



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6 Comments
  • Necro

    Wow! I’ve seen (and HAVE) plenty of ‘Leatherface’ figures, in particular ‘Leatherface’ from the original film, but this one is exceptional in detail, especially in the face! My biggest gripe (especially considering that they payed close attention to detail) is where is the yellow apron? Seems like a pretty big thing to change up or not care about when going for detail. Other than that I’d still add it to my collection!

    • Dire Wolf

      The apron is kind of a head scratcher but the figure isn’t coming out until the 2nd quarter of 2018 so hopefully ThreeZero with fix it before release. Even if they don’t I am sure there will be a third party made. The ThreeZero exclusive version comes with Pam’s bracelet and that is the version that I preordered.

      https://www.threezerohk.com/product/leatherface-exclusive/

      • Necro

        Yeah good point. I’m going to get it either way

  • Flu-Like Symptoms

    Mask is pretty well done. Wonder why they didn’t opt for accuracy on the apron?

  • fannypack aficionado

    I still think this looks worse than my old Sideshow LF ’74.

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