I’m pretty sure this action figure has been around for a while, but with the upcoming release of John Carter from Disney, it’s perfectly reasonable that Triad Toys is letting people know about its 12-inch John Carter of Mars action figure.

This figure has a lot of detail and over 30 points of articulation, meaning you can pose Captain Carter pretty much any way you want.

With his opening trilogy – considered one of the landmarks of science fiction – Burroughs created a vast and sweeping epic. Captain John Carter of the Confederate Army is whisked to Mars and discovers a dying world of dry ocean beds where giant four-armed barbarians rule, of crumbling cities home to an advanced but decaying civilization, a world of strange beasts and savage combat, a world where love, honor and loyalty become the stuff of adventure. The world of Barsoom.

John Carter of Mars 12 Inch figure features:

– New EVO 2.0 body with over 35 points of articulation
– Helmet
– Cape
– Hand-made leather chest harness
– Hand-made leather waist, arms, and leg harness
– Real Leather boots
– Pistol with side holster
– Full metal sword and scabbard
– Four (4) pairs of hands

This is not a cheap $12.00 figure, as John Carter will set you back over $100.00. In case you are wondering, there is indeed a Tars Tarkas figure available, too ($299.99), but sadly, the Dejah Thoris figure is currently out of stock.

via Triad Toys

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