The Loyal Subjects, a Los Angeles based company, are looking to shake up the Action Figure Collectors scene with a new line of 5 inch scaled pop culture figures from various licences including Big Trouble in Little China, Lord of the Rings and from bands like Guns n Roses, Kiss and AC-DC.
This first look has been provided by Games and Comics in Italy who have listed the full line.
The figures will be titled BST AXN and will have circa 22 points of articulation. Appropriate accessories will be included and they will be packed in a window box with hanging tab. The first lot, as detailed below, is scheduled for release in late December 2020. The prices are not fully confirmed for retail, but they look on or under the £20 mark. It is worth noting some of the images remain digital mockups.
New series of action figures created by The Loyal Subjects dedicated to the most iconic characters of the POP culture scene.
Each figure has 22 points of articulation, with accessories and interchangeable parts, about 13cm high.
Mint in its original sealed package.
The movie figures are made up of Gandalf (Lord of the Rings), Lightning (Big Trouble in Little China) and Napoleon Dynamite from the 2004 movie of the same name. I have also found some other listings for a Sauron from Lord of the Rings and Edward Scissorhands - but with no images.
The music figures are made up of Slash from GNR, Angus from AC-DC and The Demon from KISS.
There are also Anime Characters from Cowboy Bebop, Naruto and Fullmetal Alchemist.
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