Hot Toys Shadow Predator Figure

by HD Writers
(Karachi, Pakistan)

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The 12 Shadow Predator figure from Sideshow weighing 4 pounds

The Original Predator arrived on planet earth in 1987 and took on a tough bunch of elite Green Berets, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and the likes of Carl Weathers and Jesse Ventura, and beat the crap out of them all.

Even Arnold had a tough time defeating the stealthy alien Predator.

The original showdown was in the thick jungle of Central America while years later the Shadow Predator arrived in the crowded city of Los Angeles to start a new reign of terror upon the city.

The Predator starts its hunting rampage by slaughtering vicious gangsters and policemen. Greatly skilled in the art of stealth, combat and hunting the Predator, with its high-tech armor, spears and slashing weapons rips the skin off his prey striking sheer terror into the hearts of not only the authorities but also the terrorist gangsters themselves.

The Predator even thrashes the pursuit attempts of a Federal Task Force bent upon capturing him for their own gains, but completely underestimating the monstrous hunter and getting decimated in their attempts.

The Shadow Predator 12 inch Figure features:

Over 22 points of articulation

Newly developed head, body and armor

A exchangeable expanded mouth

Six interchangeable palms including:

A pair of fists

A pair of opened palms

A right palm for holding spear

A right palm for holding shuriken

A retractable spear

A shuriken

A knife

A set of forearm armor with ropes

A chest armor

A waist band with feather

A pair thigh armor

A pair knee armor

A pair lower leg armor

A set of bone trophies

A piece chain with bones

Figure stand with Shadow Predator nameplate and the movie logo

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